Tokorozawa Municipal Gymnasium

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Tokorozawa Municipal Gymnasium
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Tokorozawa Municipal Gymnasium
Full nameTokorozawa Municipal Gymnasium
Location Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan
OwnerTokorozawa city
OperatorTokorozawa city
Capacity 4,308
OpenedMay, 2004
Construction cost 
Architect Itakura Associates Architects and Engineers
Saitama Broncos

Tokorozawa Municipal Gymnasium is an arena in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan. It is the home arena of the Saitama Broncos of the B.League, Japan's professional basketball league. [1]

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Coordinates: 35°48′36.4″N139°27′46.4″E / 35.810111°N 139.462889°E / 35.810111; 139.462889

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  1. Tokorozawa city (March 2018). "所沢市民体育館" . Retrieved 27 March 2018.