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Print Date:2016.10.15

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Competition and Ceremony Venues

Sapporo has a range of winter sports facilities that are ideal for international competitions and world championships. The venues outlined below will be used for the 2017 Sapporo Asian Winter Games.

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 (1)Sapporo Teine sports icon Alpine Skiingsports icon Snowboard

Sapporo TeineThis site hosted men’s and women’s slalom/giant slalom, luge and bobsleigh events at the 1972 Winter Olympics. Today the Olympic cauldron still stands on a small hill overlooking the ski area. The women’s giant slalom course is an alpine skiing trail certified by the International Ski Federation (FIS), and hosts numerous competitions every year.

 

Address

172 Teine-kanayama, Teine-ku, Sapporo

Access

Teine Highland stop of the JR Bus (Express 70 route; operated only in winter) from JR Sapporo Station, or the JR Bus (Te 70 route; operated only in winter) from JR Teine Station, or the JR Bus (Express 70 route; operated only in winter) from Miyanosawa Station on the Subway Tozai Line

URL

http://www.sapporo-teine.com/snow/

 (2)Shirahatayama Open Stadium sports icon Cross Country Skiing

Shirahatayama Open Stadium

This 25 km-long undulating open stadium was completed in 1990 as the first FIS-certified course in Asia. It has served as the venue for numerous international competitions, including the 2nd Winter Asian Games in March 1990, the Winter Universiade in 1991 and the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in 2007.

Address

Shinei 502-1, Kiyota-ku, Sapporo

Access

30 minutes on foot from the Shirahatayama Kyogijo Iriguchi stop or 20 minutes on foot from the Anderusen Fukushimura Itchome stop of the Chuo Bus from Fukuzumi Station on the Subway Toho Line 

URL

http://www.shsf.jp/shirahata/

(3)Miyanomori Ski Jump Stadium sports icon Ski Jumping

Miyanomori Ski Jump StadiumThe stadium was established in November 1970 as a venue for the 1972 Winter Olympics and used for 70-meter ski jumping events (today called normal-hill events, which have a K-spot at 90 meters and a hill height of 100 meters). It is remembered domestically as the place where three Japanese ski jumpers achieved a clean sweep of Olympic medals.
It was also a venue at Asia’s first FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in 2007, and has been used in the FIS Ladies Ski Jumping World Cup since 2013.

Address

Miyanomori 1-jo 18-chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo

Access

10 minutes on foot from the Miyanomori-Schanze Mae stop of the JR Bus (Maru 14 route) from Maruyama Koen Station on Subway Tozai Line.

URL

http://www.city.sapporo.jp/sports/sisetsu/institution/jump/miyanomori.html 

(4)Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium sports icon Ski Jumping

Okurayama Ski Jump StadiumThe stadium was used at the 1972 Winter Olympics for 90-meter ski jumping events (today called large-hill events, which have a K-spot at 120 meters and a hill height of 134 meters).
It is a venue for the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup and a variety of other international competitions annually. In 2007 it hosted the first FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Asia.

Address

Miyanomori 1274, Chuo-ku, Sapporo

Access

10 minutes on foot from the Okurayama Kyogijo Iriguchi stop of the JR Bus (Maru 14 route) from Maruyama Koen Station on the Subway Tozai Line.

URL

http://www.city.sapporo.jp/sports/sisetsu/institution/jump/okura.html

(5)Sapporo Bankei Ski Area sports icon Freestyle Skiingsports icon Snowboard

Sapporo Bankei Ski AreaThis ski area has 14 pistes suitable for everyone from families to advanced skiers. They include an FIS-certified mogul course and the nation’s largest half-pipe.

Address

Bankei 410, Chuo-ku, Sapporo

Access

Bankei Sukijo stop of the Bankei Bus from Maruyama Koen Station or Hassamu Minami Station on the Subway Tozai Line or from Makomanai Station on the Subway Namboku Line

URL

http://www.bankei.co.jp/ski/

(6)Obihiro Forest Speed Skating Oval sports icon Speed Skating

Obihiro Forest Speed Skating OvalThis stadium hosts numerous national and international competitions, including the ISU Speed Skating World Cup.

Address

Minami 7 sen 56-7, Minami-machi, Obihiro (inside Obihiro Forest Athletic Park)

Access

Obihiro-no-mori Okunai Suketojo Mae stop of the Takushoku Bus or the Obihiro-no-mori Speed Suketojo stop of the Tokachi Bus from JR Obihiro Station

URL

http://obihiro-foundation.jp/shisetsu/sportslist/oval

(7)Makomanai Indoor Skating Rink sports icon Short TrackSpeed Skatingsports icon Figure Skating

Makomanai Indoor Skating RinkThis indoor stadium was used for the closing ceremony and figure skating/ice hockey events at the 1972 Winter Olympics. It has also been the venue for the 1st and 2nd Sapporo Asian Winter Games (in 1986 and 1990), the Winter Universiade in 1991 and other international events. Today it serves as the stage for the NHK Trophy international figure skating competition, the Japan Figure Skating Championships and ice hockey games.

Address

Makomanai Koen 1-1, Minami-ku, Sapporo

Access

5 minutes on foot from the Kamimachi 1-chome stop of the Jotetsu Bus (Minami 90, 95, 96, 97 or 98 or Kan 96 routes) from Makomanai Station on the Subway Namboku Line, or 10 minutes on foot from the Makomanai Honcho stop of the Jotetsu Bus (Minami 65 or Kan 56 routes) from Nakanoshima Station on the Subway Namboku Line, or 2 minutes on foot from the Akebono-cho stop of the Jotetsu Bus bound for Minami 4 Minami-machi 4-chome from Nishi Juitchome Station on the Subway Tozai Line

URL

http://www.makomanai.com/icearena/

(8)Nishioka Biathlon Stadium sports icon Biathlon

Nishioka Biathlon StadiumThis facility was established in January 1972 for the Winter Olympics of that year and used for biathlon events. Today it is used as a venue for numerous events, including the Asian Biathlon Championships and the Biathlon Japan Championships.

Address

Nishioka, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo

Access

15 minutes by car from Jieitai Mae Station or Makomanai Station on the Subway Namboku Line

URL

http://www.mod.go.jp/gsdf/nae/cwct/08-akuses/08-akuses.htm

(9)Tsukisamu Gymnasium sports icon Ice Hockey

Tsukisamu GymnasiumThis facility was used for ice hockey at the 1972 Winter Olympics, the 1st and 2nd Asian Winter Games (in 1986 and 1990) and the Winter Universiade in 1991. Today it is used as a venue for a variety of games, including those of the Asia League Ice Hockey, and in February 2016 will host an Olympic Qualification Preliminary Round for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.

Address

Tsukisamu Higashi 1-jo 8-chome, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo

Access

1 minute on foot from Exit No. 3 of Tsukisamu Chuo Station on the Subway Toho Line

URL

http://www.shsf.jp/tsukisamu-gym/

(10)Mikaho Gymnasium sports icon Ice Hockey

Mikaho GymnasiumThis facility was used for figure skating events at the 1972 Winter Olympics and for official skating events at the 1st and 2nd Asian Winter Games (in 1986 and 1990) and the Winter Universiade in 1991.
The venue’s original name was changed to Mikaho Gymnasium after the Olympics. Today it is open to the public as a gymnasium in summer and as a skating rink in winter.

Address

Kita 22-jo Higashi 5-chome, Higashi-ku, Sapporo

Access

10 minutes on foot from Exit No. 3 of Kita Nijuyo Jo Station on the Subway Namboku Line

URL

http://www.shsf.jp/mikaho-gym/

(11)Hoshioki Ice Skating Rink sports icon Ice Hockey

Hoshioki Ice Skating RinkThis skating rink is used year-round exclusively for ice hockey and figure skating.

Address

Hoshioki 2-jo 1-chome 12-1, Teine-ku, Sapporo

Access

1 minute on foot from the JR Bus Hoshioki Suketojo stop, or 15 minutes on foot from JR Hoshioki Station

URL

http://www.shsf.jp/hoshioki/

(12)Sapporo Curling Stadium sports icon Curling

Sapporo Curling StadiumThis stadium has hosted various competitions, including the 2013 Japan Curling Championship. It also regularly offers curling lessons.

Address

Tsukisamu Higashi 1-jo 9-chome 1-1, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo

Access

5 minutes on foot from Tsukisamu Chuo Station on the Subway Toho Line

URL

http://www.shsf.jp/curling/

(13)Opening Ceremony: Sapporo Dome

Sapporo Dome

Address

Hitsujigaoka 1, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo

Access

10 minutes on foot from Exit No. 3 of Fukuzumi Station on the Subway Toho Line

URL

http://www.city.sapporo.jp/sports/sisetsu/institution/stadium/sapporo-dome.html

(7)Closing Ceremony: Makomanai Indoor Skating Rink

Makomanai Indoor Skating RinkThis indoor stadium was used for the closing ceremony and figure skating/ice hockey events at the 1972 Winter Olympics. It has also been the venue for the 1st and 2nd Sapporo Asian Winter Games (in 1986 and 1990), the Winter Universiade in 1991 and other international events. Today it serves as the stage for the NHK Trophy international figure skating competition, the Japan Figure Skating Championships and ice hockey games.

Address

Makomanai Koen 1-1, Minami-ku, Sapporo

Access

5 minutes on foot from the Kamimachi 1-chome stop of the Jotetsu Bus (Minami 90, 95, 96, 97 or 98 or Kan 96 routes) from Makomanai Station on the Subway Namboku Line, or 10 minutes on foot from the Makomanai Honcho stop of the Jotetsu Bus (Minami 65 or Kan 56 routes) from Nakanoshima Station on the Subway Namboku Line, or 2 minutes on foot from the Akebono-cho stop of the Jotetsu Bus bound for Minami 4 Minami-machi 4-chome from Nishi Juitchome Station on the Subway Tozai Line

URL

http://www.makomanai.com/icearena/


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