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Toyama City Gymnasium is an indoor sporting arena located in Toyama, Japan. The capacity of the arena is 5,000 people. It hosted some of the group games for the 2003 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup.
The Chūbu region, Central region, or Central Japan is a region in the middle of Honshū, Japan's main island. Chūbu has a population of 23,010,276 as of 1 June 2019. It encompasses nine prefectures (ken): Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, Nagano, Niigata, Shizuoka, Toyama, and Yamanashi.
The Jinzū River is a river that flows from Gifu Prefecture to Toyama Prefecture in Japan. It is called Miya River in Gifu. It is 120 km (75 mi) in length and has a watershed of 2,720 km2 (1,050 sq mi).
Sendagaya (千駄ヶ谷) is an area within Shibuya ward, one of the 23 special wards of Tokyo.
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium is a sporting complex in Sendagaya, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Built in 1954 for the World Wrestling Championship, it was also used as the venue for gymnastics at the 1964 Summer Olympics, and will host the table tennis competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics. The gymnasium was rebuilt to a futuristic design created by Pritzker Prize winner Fumihiko Maki from 1986 to 1990.
Takaoka Station is a major interchange railway station on the Ainokaze Toyama Railway Line in Takaoka, Toyama, Japan, operated by Ainokaze Toyama Railway.
Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium is an indoor sporting arena located in Minato-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The arena opened on 1996.
Toyama Station is a railway station in Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company. It is the biggest terminal station in Toyama.
The Takayama Main Line is a Japanese railway line between Gifu Station in Gifu and Toyama Station in Toyama, operated by Central Japan Railway Company and West Japan Railway Company. The line directly links the Chūkyō Metropolitan Area and Hokuriku region in a shorter distance, but with a longer travel time, than by using the combination of the Tōkaidō Shinkansen and Hokuriku Main Line. Now the line primarily functions as a way to access the scenic areas of Hida, in the rugged mountains of northern Gifu Prefecture, such as Gero onsen, Takayama, Shirakawa-gō, and the Kiso River. The first section of the line, between Gifu and Kagamigahara, opened in 1920. The whole line was completed in 1934.
The University of Toyama is a Japanese national university in Toyama Prefecture established in 1949. The University of Toyama has three campuses, namely the Gofuku, Sugitani, and Takaoka campuses.
The Shō River has its source in Mount Eboshi in the Shōkawa-chō area of Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. After flowing for 115 km (71 mi) through the northern part of Gifu Prefecture and the western part of Toyama Prefecture, it empties into Toyama Bay.
The 2003 FIVB Women's World Cup was held from November 1 to November 15, 2003, in Japan. Twelve women's national teams played in cities all over Japan for the right to a fast lane ticket into the Olympic Tournament in Athens, Greece, 2004.
The Ainokaze Toyama Railway is a Japanese third-sector railway operating company established in 2012 to operate passenger railway services on the section of the JR West Hokuriku Main Line within Toyama Prefecture when it was separated from the JR West network in March 2015, coinciding with the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen extension from Nagano to Kanazawa. The company was founded on 24 July 2012, and has its headquarters in Toyama (city) in Toyama Prefecture.
The year 2008 is the 8th year in the history of Deep, a mixed martial arts promotion based in Japan. In 2008 Deep held 27 events beginning with, Deep: 28 Impact.
CNA Arena Akita is an arena in Rinkai-area, Akita, Japan. It is owned and run by the city. Cable Networks Akita acquired its naming rights in 2015. The silver-colored building opened in 1994 and holds 5,000 people. The gym has a dome-shaped 154 feet height ceiling, and added 2,088 extra seatings in 2016. It is the home arena of the Akita Northern Happinets of the B.League, Japan's professional basketball league. The biggest basketball court in Akita is Akita Prefectural Gymnasium.
Ota City General Gymnasium is an arena in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan. It is the home arena of the Earth Friends Tokyo Z of the B.League, Japan's professional basketball league.
Inagi City General Gymnasium is an arena in Inagi, Tokyo, Japan. It is the home arena of the Tokyo Cinq Reves of the B.League, Japan's professional basketball league.
Toyama Prefectural General Sports Center is an arena in Toyama, Toyama, Japan. It is adjacent to Toyama Airport.
Okazaki Central Park General Gymnasium is a multi-purpose arena in Okazaki, Aichi, Japan.
Toyama Seibu Sports Center is an arena in Tonami, Toyama, Japan.
The Volleyball 2018–19 V.League Division 1 Women's was the 25th tournament year and the 1st top level women's tournament of the newly branded and reorganized V.League (Japan). It was held from November 3, 2018 – April 13, 2019.
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