Tokorozawa Shooting Range

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The Tokorozawa Shooting Range is a firing range located in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan. It hosted the trap shooting part of the shooting events for the 1964 Summer Olympics in neighboring Tokyo.

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Coordinates: 35°48′52″N139°31′29″E / 35.814351°N 139.524597°E / 35.814351; 139.524597