Tokyo Bay NK Hall

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Tokyo Bay NK Hall
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Tokyo Bay NK Hall
Location Urayasu, Chiba, Japan
Owner The Dai-ichi Mutual Life Insurance Company
Capacity 7,000
Broke ground1986

Tokyo Bay NK Hall was an indoor sporting arena located at the Tokyo Disney Resort in Urayasu, Chiba, in Japan. It opened in 1988, closed in 2005 and was demolished in 2015 to make way for Toy Story Hotel. The capacity of the arena was 7,000 people. It hosted local sporting events and concerts that required a smaller facility than Ariake Coliseum.

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UFC 23
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Coordinates: 35°37′36.30″N139°52′30.88″E / 35.6267500°N 139.8752444°E / 35.6267500; 139.8752444

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