|Full name||Tochigi Prefectural North Gymnasium|
|Location||Ōtawara, Tochigi, Japan|
Tochigi Prefectural North Gymnasium is an arena in Ōtawara, Tochigi, Japan.
Tochigi Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kantō region of Honshu. Tochigi Prefecture has a population of 1,943,886 and has a geographic area of 6,408 km2. Tochigi Prefecture borders Fukushima Prefecture to the north, Gunma Prefecture to the west, Saitama Prefecture to the south, and Ibaraki Prefecture to the southeast.
Ibaraki Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kantō region of Honshu. Ibaraki Prefecture has a population of 2,871,199 and has a geographic area of 6,097.19 square kilometres. Ibaraki Prefecture borders Fukushima Prefecture to the north, Tochigi Prefecture to the northwest, Saitama Prefecture to the southwest, Chiba Prefecture to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the east.
Kiyotake was a town located in Miyazaki District, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan.
Shioya is a district in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.
The Naka River is a river in eastern Honshu, Japan. It flows through the prefectures of Tochigi and Ibaraki and empties to the Pacific Ocean. More than 50 species of fish live in the river, including dace, chum salmon, ayu, and herring. The Japanese government categorizes it as a Class 1 river. With a length of 150 kilometres (93 mi), the Naka drains an area of 3,270 square kilometres (1,260 sq mi), including parts of neighboring Fukushima Prefecture. Its source is at Nasu-dake in Nikkō National Park.
Nakadōri is a region comprising the middle third of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. It is sandwiched between the regions of Aizu to the west and Hamadōri to the east. The principal cities of the area are Kōriyama and the prefecture's capital, Fukushima.
Prefectural roads in Japan are roads usually planned, numbered and maintained by the government of the respective prefecture, independent of other prefectures – as opposed to national roads (kokudō), which in legal terms include national expressways, and municipal roads ([ku]shichōsondō). Where a national or prefectural road runs through the territory of a designated major city, the city government assumes part of the responsibility for these roads. By length, 10.7 % of public roads in Japan were prefectural roads as of 2011; by usage, they carried more than 30% of all traffic volume on public roads as of 2007.
Tomikazu Fukuda is the governor of Tochigi Prefecture in Japan, first elected in 2004. A native of Imaichi, Tochigi and graduate of Nihon University, he had served in the city assembly of Utsunomiya, Tochigi since 1983 and then in the Tochigi Prefectural Assembly since 1991. He also served as mayor of Utsunomiya for two terms from 1999 until his election as governor in 2004. He was reelected on November 16, 2008, in a two-person election.
Tochigi Green Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan.
National Route 122 is a national highway of Japan connecting Nikkō, Tochigi and Toshima, Tokyo in Japan, with a total length of 158.3 km (98.36 mi).
Nissan Motors operates a proving ground in Motegi, Haga District, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. The track includes an off-road facility for testing trucks and SUVs. The Motegi test center (茂木試験場) is located at 555 Aida-Ōaza, Haga-gun, Motegi. The track was built by Tobishima Corporation(in Japanese) and completed in 1997.
Nasu Motor Sports Land is a 0.72mile (1.146 km) motor racing circuit 667-1 Aza Sakanoue, Terako, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture 325-0011, East Japan.
Yōrō Keikoku Okukiyosumi Prefectural Natural Park is a Prefectural Natural Park in southern Chiba Prefecture, Japan. First designated for protection in 1935, the park's central features are the Yōrō Valley and Kiyosumi Mountains (清澄山地). The park spans the municipalities of Ichihara, Kamogawa, Kimitsu, and Ōtaki.
Tochigi Prefectural Museum is a prefectural museum in the city of Utsunomiya, Japan. The collection relates to the history and natural history of Tochigi Prefecture. The museum opened in 1982.
Tochigi Prefectural South Gymnasium is an arena in Oyama, Tochigi, Japan.
Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts opened in Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, in 1972. The collection includes works by Hamada Shōji, Takahashi Yuichi, Constable, Corot, Gainsborough, Monet, and Turner, and special exhibitions are also mounted.
Kanseki Stadium Tochigi (カンセキスタジアムとちぎ) is a multi-purpose stadium at the Tochigi Prefectural General Sports Park in Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan. The stadium was originally opened in 2020 and has a capacity of 25,244 spectators.