Miyanomori Ski Jump Stadium

A big moment at the Sapporo Olympics.
Miyanomori’s Ski Jump Stadium

Miyanomori Ski Jump Stadium is a ski jumping stadium classified as a normal hill, which was newly built, together with Okurayama Jump Stadium, in preparation for the 1972 Sapporo Winter Olympics. It is a memorable ski jumping stage, where the trio led by Yukio Kasaya, known as the “Hinomaru Squadron”, took gold, silver and bronze in the “70m-class” at the Sapporo Olympics. With the 1983 renovations, the K point was extended to 90m, and at the same time, artificial turf was installed, making summer jumping also possible. Asia’s first ever “FIS Nordic Ski Championships” were held in 2007, and in recent years, the female jumping event “FIS Jump World Cup Ladies” is also held.

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Miyanomori Ski Jump Stadium

Address
18-chome, 1-jo, Miyanomori, Chuo-ku, Sapporo
Parking
YES
Telephone
011-641-1972
Website
http://www.sapporo-dc.co.jp/eng/okurayama/index.html
Additional details
It is not usually open to the public; you can only come to watch during tournaments
Access
From Maruyama Koen Station on the Subway Tozai Line, take the JR Hokkaido Bus (Nishi 14) and get off at "Miyanomori Schanze mae" bus stop
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