- Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
is an indoor sporting arena located in Naka-ku,
Yokohama, Japan. It is a five minute walk from the closest subway station, Kannai Stationon the JR/ Yokohama Municipal Subway. The capacity of the arena is 5,000 and was opened in 1962.
The arena hosted the
volleyballevents of the 1964 Summer Olympics.
* [http://www.yspc.or.jp/buntai/ Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium]
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