Toyama City Gymnasium

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Toyama City Gymnasium
Toyama City Gymnasium
Full nameToyama City General Gymnasium
Location Toyama, Toyama, Japan
Parking274 spaces
OwnerToyama city
Capacity 4,650
Scoreboard Daktronics Logo.svg Daktronics centerhung scoreboard
Broke groundDecember 1996
OpenedJune 1999
Construction cost JPY16.81 billion
Architect Yamashita Sekkei
Main contractors Maeda Corporation
Toyama Grouses
Prestige International Aranmare Toyama
Official website

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. [1]




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  1. TOKYO 2020 PRE-GAMES TRAINING CAMPS ONLINE GUIDE (13 August 2018). "Toyama City Gymnasium" . Retrieved 13 August 2018.

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