Ibaraki Prefecture

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Address
978-6 Kasahara-cho, Mito-shi, Ibaraki
Division in charge of Camps
Olympic and Paralympic Games Division
Phone number
+81-29-301-2790
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Ibaraki Prefecture lies approximately 35-160 km northeast of Tokyo.

With a well-developed transportation network, it provides smooth accesses to other parts of Japan. Ibaraki is connected to Tokyo via three motorways. By train, it takes approximately one hour from Tokyo to Ibaraki's capital city, Mito, and 45 minutes from Akihabara to Tsukuba.

Furthermore, Narita International Airport is directly connected to Ibaraki via a motorway. Ibaraki Airport also offers a direct access to Ibaraki from overseas.

In 2019, the National Athletic Meet and the National Para-Athletic Meet of Japan will be held in Ibaraki. The groundwork for the Meet will help prepare for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Ibaraki Prefectural Kasamatsu Sports Park, which includes an indoor pool and an athletic field that conform to international standards, is located 10 km northeast of Mito.

The Ibaraki Kashima Stadium, the football venue for the Tokyo 2020, has a seating capacity of about 40,000, and it is one of the leading football stadiums in Japan. The stadium was also the host for the 2002 FIFA World Cup.

Ibaraki is blessed with a long coastline, a mountain range in the north, and a fertile plain stretching from the central region to the south. With treasures such as Mt. Tsukuba and Lake Kasumigaura, it is rich in both land and aquatic environments.

Ibaraki has a rich natural environment that can be enjoyed throughout the year. People seeking somewhere to cool off during the summer can visit Fukuroda Falls or enjoy camping by one of the rivers.

Ibaraki also boasts prominent agricultural, fishery, and livestock industries. In the livestock industry, Ibaraki's Hitachi beef has a reputation for being very tender.

With many amenities, excellent sporting facilities and close proximity to Tokyo, Ibaraki is an ideal location for training.

From the bottom of our hearts, we encourage you to hold your training camp here.

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Ibaraki Rifle Shooting Range

Ibaraki Rifle Shooting Range

Kanto Region / Ibaraki / Ibaraki Prefecture


10 m X 26 m
50 m X 25 m

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Shooting
Paralympic Sports
Shooting
Athletics stadium

Kasamatsu Sports Park

Kanto Region / Ibaraki / Ibaraki Prefecture


Certified athletic stadium
Internationally certified 50 m pool
Internationally certified diving pool

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Athletics
Football
Swimming
Artistic Swimming
Water Polo
Paralympic Sports
Athletics
Diving pool

Kasamatsu Sports Park 2

Kanto Region / Ibaraki / Ibaraki Prefecture


Certified athletic stadium
Internationally certified 50 m pool
Internationally certified diving pool

This facility provides training areas for the following sports:

Olympic Sports
Diving

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