Kitakyushu City

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Address
1-1 Jonai, Kokurakita-Ku, Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka
Division in charge of Camps
International Sports Competition Promotion Office, Citizen Services, Culture and Sports Bureau
Phone number
+81-93-582-2411
Site
http://www.city.kitakyushu.lg.jp/english/index.htmlOpen in new window

Kitakyshu City is located in the west of Japan, and is the northernmost city of the Kyushu region. It is situated conveniently close to many rapidly developing East Asian countries. With views over the Sea of Japan and the Seto Inland Sea, and with forty percent of the city's area comprised of rich forest, it is a city blessed with an abundance of nature. One of twenty ordinance-designated cities within Japan, it was established in 1963, when five separate towns merged to form one single city. One of the four main industrial areas of Japan, Kitakyushu City has made great contributions towards the modernization of Japanese industry.

Making the most of its advantageous geographical location, Kitakyshu City has become a bustling city of over one million citizens and a hub for industry, logistics, and commerce. It was the first city in the Asia region to be recognized as a Green Growth Model City by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Furthermore, in recent years, the city has become a hotspot for eco-businesses such as the Kitakyushu Eco Town project.

Kitakyushu City's many notable attractions include Kokura Castle, the port town of Mojiko Retro, the Hiraodai Limestone Plateau (one of the three major karst plateaus of Japan), and the leisure facilities. In response to its wide variety of tourism-related amenities, more than ten million tourists visit the city every year and further efforts are being made towards improving and promoting these attractions.

Kitakyushu City also has a vast menu of appetizing dishes, such as Kokura beef, and Yaki-udon, as well as many other delicacies harvested from the mountains and sea.

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Kitakyushu Stadium

Kyushu and Okinawa Regions / Fukuoka / Kitakyushu City

A stadium with 15,000-person capacity, being built in front of the Shinkansen side of Kokura Station. Japan's first J-League stadium built facing the sea. Located close to the Shinkansen station, it o...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Rugby
External features

West Japan General Exhibition Center (Main)

Kyushu and Okinawa Regions / Fukuoka / Kitakyushu City

Kitakyushu's largest general exhibition center, a multi-purpose facility used for various events. The center is easily accessible. It is only a five-minute walk from Kokura station, directly connected...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Handball
Table Tennis
Tennis
Trampoline
Paralympic Sports
Wheelchair basketball
Table tennis
Exterior

West Japan General Exhibition Center (Annexe)

Kyushu and Okinawa Regions / Fukuoka / Kitakyushu City

Kitakyushu's largest general exhibition centre, a multi-purpose facility used for various events. The centre is easily accessible. It is only a five-minute walk from Kokura station, directly connected...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Handball
Table Tennis
Tennis
Trampoline
Paralympic Sports
Wheelchair basketball
Table tennis
Exterior

Kita Kyushu General Gymnasium

Kyushu and Okinawa Regions / Fukuoka / Kitakyushu City

Kitakyushu's largest multi-purpose gymnasium, located on the border between Kokurakita and Tobata wards. Used as a venue for large-scale tournaments, including volleyball (v premier league), table ten...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Fencing
Gymnastics Artistic
Handball
Judo
Gymnastics Rhythmic
Table Tennis
Taekwondo
Tennis
Trampoline
Volleyball
Weightlifting
Wrestling
Paralympic Sports
Wheelchair basketball
Goalball
Judo
Powerlifting
Table tennis
Sitting Volleyball
Administrative Building

Sayagatani Stadium

Kyushu and Okinawa Regions / Fukuoka / Kitakyushu City

Equipped with a type-3, 8-lane track certified by the Japan Association of Athletics Federations.This track is known for record-setting because of low wind-resistance. It is the venue of more than 30 ...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Athletics
Paralympic Sports
Athletics

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