Tokkei Security Hiratsuka General Gymnasium

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Tokkei Security Hiratsuka General Gymnasium
Location within Kanagawa Prefecture
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Tokkei Security Hiratsuka General Gymnasium
Tokkei Security Hiratsuka General Gymnasium (Japan)
Full nameHiratsuka General Gymnasium
Location Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Japan
OwnerHiratsuka city
OperatorHiratsuka city
OpenedOctober 5, 1982
Construction cost 
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Tokkei Security Hiratsuka General Gymnasium is an arena in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Japan. [1] This is an anime spot based on Slam Dunk (manga).

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  1. Tokyo Day Trip (March 2018). "Tokkei Security Hiratsuka Gymnasium" . Retrieved 27 March 2018.

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