Kumagaya Sports & Culture Park was selected as the main location of the 59th National Sports Festival, "Hospitable Sports Festival at Land of Colors," which was held in fall of 2004. (The 16th of Year of the Heisei Period.)
We have a track and field stadium and indoor sports facility (aka Land of Colors Kumagaya Dome) as well as a rugby field, walking trails, a therapeutic botanical garden (aka Hill of Four Seasons) and Nigiwai Plaza.
The track and field grounds and the Dome are eco-friendly facilities. Solar power and rain water are used in the facilities. Plus, with slopes and braille blocks, the facilities are designed to be friendly to the physically challenged and the elderly.
All the facilities were installed for the National Sports Festival games as the main event locations.
The area near the social welfare facility complex is made as an area where anyone can enjoy each other’s company, along with the elderly and/or physically and mentally challenged.
Under the audience seating area of the track and field stadium, the helicopter port and disaster prevention warehouse are installed as a disaster prevention facility.
Eco-friendly facility: solar power generation units, utilization equipment for rain water and a recycle yard for weeds and branches.
Parking areas are located on the north side of the park, with easy access from the major roads.
In respect of safety and enjoyment of others, all users must follow those rulers that are decided by Manager of the Office of Kumagaya Sports & Culture Park
Behaviors and actions below are prohibited:
Please cycle slowly within the park
Keep your speed low when using competition bicycles and/or electric unicycles.
Cycling on jogging trails (tartan tracks) is prohibited.
All users and visitors are asked for cooperation for the safety and enjoyment of others.