あづま運動公園の桜(2)

Azuma Sports Park was opened in 1995 for the 50th National Sports Festival of Japan. The expansive grounds feature a wide range of sporting and cultural facilities, nestled among a bounty of natural scenery. The list of facilities includes:

Fukushima Azuma Gymnasium
Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium
Toho Minna No Stadium (Athletics and Soccer)
Softball Fields
Multi-purpose Fields
Gateball Facilities
Tennis Courts
Cycling Sports Plaza
Torimu no Mori (Athletics)
Fukushima City Minka-en
Various parks and play areas

Toho Minna no Stadium is home to Fukushima United FC in J-League Division 3.

 

Opening Hours
Opening times vary by facility and event
Closed Tuesdays (or Wednesdays following a Tuesday public holiday)
Closed End of Year Holidays (Dec 29 ~ Jan 3)

 

Cost
FREE
(Events may require admission fee)

 

Access
 Bus:

630 yen

29 minutes + 3 minutes walk

 Route(s): Sabara (佐原)
Sabara keiyu Shiki no Sato (佐原経由四季の里)
 From: East Exit Bus Stop No. 7
 To: Azuma Sogo-taiikukan (あづま総合体育館)

 

Links
Homepage: http://www.azumapark.or.jp/ (Japanese)
Fukushima United FC: http://fufc.jp/ (Japanese)

 

Nearby Tourist Spots
Minka-en (1.1 km)
Shiki no Sato (1.3 km)
Jitokuji Temple (1.3 km)
St. Anna’s Garden (3.1 km)
Jorakuen (4.7 km)
Tsuchiyu Onsen (6.8 km)

 

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