Fukuchiyama City

  • Fukuchiyama Castle (spring)

  • Fukuchiyama Station

  • Sandan-Ike Park

  • Dokkoise Festival (Bon)

  • Yura River and Otonase Bridge

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13-1 Aza naiki, Fukuchiyama-shi, Kyoto
Division in charge of Camps
Culture and Sports Promotion Section
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Fukuchiyama City is the second oldest city in Kyoto Prefecture. It is located in the centre of the Fukuchiyama basin, in the northwestern part of Kyoto Prefecture, about 70 kilometers from Kyoto City, Osaka City and Kobe City. On 1st January 2006, Fukuchiyama City merged with the surrounding towns: Miwa-cho, Yakuno-cho,and Oe-cho. As the result of it, Fukuchiyama City grew to 84,000 people and the geographical area also enlarged to 553 square kilometres.

The current population of Fukuchiyama is 78,579 as of 31st August 2018.

Fukuchiyama Castle was constructed by Akechi Mitsuhide, a general in the Sengoku or Warring-States period. In the 1900s, after being connected to Osaka and Kyoto by railway, it became the centre of transportation in the Kinki area, and developed as a commercial city.

The industry was influenced by the completion of the Osadano Industrial Estate. Today, Fukuchiyama is an important city, not only for economics and industry, but also for culture and education in the northern Kinki area. The opening of an expressway to Osaka, and the building of the high speed railroad, which saw elevated railway sections extending from Fukuchiyama station, and the construction of Fukuchiyama City Hospital, together with the development of a sewerage system and parks, led to many institutions of higher education being located here, including the only four-year university in the northern Kinki region.

Fukuchiyama City is the gateway to the Northern Kinki area and plays an important role in the transportation network of the region. Many national highways are linked to Route 9, and the wide highway(Maizuru-Wakasa) passes through Fukuchiyama and provides access to the three important railway lines: the JR Sanin Main Line, the Fukuchiyama Line, and the Kyoto Tango Railway.

Fukuchiyama is aiming to become "A leading town of the Northern Kinki District full of creativity".

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Sandan-Ike Park Sports Gymnasium

Sandan-Ike Park Sports Gymnasium

Kinki Region / Kyoto / Fukuchiyama City

Sports such as volleyball, table tennis and badminton can be played in the main arena, and the sub arena.
The gymnasium have a training room, a shower room, a medical room, meeting rooms, Japanese-...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Table Tennis
Outside view of Budo-kan Hall#1

Fukuchiyama City Martial Arts Hall (judo hall)

Kinki Region / Kyoto / Fukuchiyama City

It has a judo hall on the first basement level as well as a kendo (Japanese fencing) hall, meeting rooms and a shower room on the ground level. Since universal design is introduced in the martial arts...

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports

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