Park Dome Kumamoto
The Dome opened in March, 1997.
It is an all-weather type sports facility covered by a disc shaped Teflon roof.
There is a pool and a training gym facilities inside the Dome.
The Dome is one of the venues for 2019 World Women’s Handball Championship
about2019 World Women’s Handball Championship
Ground：Artificial turf with sand（115 m × 78 m）
Capacity: about 2000 seats
About 450m of the jogging course is well-maintained around the ground.
Restrooms are located in each part of the stadium so that it can be used smoothly even if the event has being held. Considering about pregnant, young children or those in wheelchairs, we also have a multipurpose restroom.
There are two types of meeting room inside the Dome. One has a capacity of 45 people. Another one is smaller, which can hold about 10 people inside.
There are plenty of space to take a break inside the dome. Vending machines are located near the rest space. You can look over the Dome from the lounge on the second floor.
Hello world folks
I am also playing handball.
I am looking forward to your play at the 2019 Women's Handball World Championships.
Well then, we are all looking forward to seeing you.
2972, Hirayamamachi, Higashi-ku, Kumamoto City, Kumamoto, 861-8012
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GETTING TO KUMAMOTO
Kumamoto Prefecture is located in the middle of Kyushu, Japan’s south-westernmost main island
Aid the gateway from Japan to the rest of Asia.Kumamoto offers extremely convenient transportation
Access via highway and the Kyushu Shinkansen.Kumamoto is also serviced by airroutes to the major cities of Japan such as Tokyo and Osaka,and mosut are reachable in just 1 to 1.5 hours.Kumamoto Prefecture is located extremely close to the rest of Asia and features an extremely well-developed domestic transportion network
The Park Dome Kumamoto is about 10 min by car form the Kyushu Expressway Kumamoto IC.
By public transportation