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Komazawa Gymnasium

Komazawa Gymnasium
Komazawa Gymnasium
Full name Komazawa Gymnasium
Location Tokyo, Japan
Owner Tokyo
Operator Tokyo Sport Benefits Corporation
Capacity 3,875
Broke ground August 1962
Opened March 1964
Architect Ashiwara Yoshinobu Architects
General contractor Kajima Construction

Komazawa Gymnasium is an indoor sporting arena located in Tokyo, Japan. The capacity of the arena is 3,875 spectators. It hosted the wrestling events at the 1964 Summer Olympics.


  • 1964 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. pp. 125-6.
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