Miyazaki Sports Facilities
New rugby and soccer grounds amino VITAL Miyazaki Seagaia
Located on the former grounds of the Miyazaki Ocean Dome next to the Sheraton Seagaia Hotel.
This outdoor training center was built to provide high-quality facilities for professionals and amateurs alike at “Sportsland Miyazaki” in Miyazaki Prefecture.
The natural grass soccer and rugby fields and the multipurpose field with hybrid turf are both equipped with lighting facilities.
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amino VITAL Miyazaki
Hinata Miyazaki Prefectural Comprehensive Sports Park
Located next to the ocean close to Miyazaki Airport.
Some of these facilities can be rented by visitors by booking and then paying a fee when arriving at the sports park.
The sun shines brighly upon the Hinata Sun Marine Stadium Miyazaki. It is currently the only baseball stadium in the nine prefectures of Kyushu and Yamaguchi regions with a natural grass field for both infield and outfield.
|Facility||Start of Use||Facility Size||Capacity||Features / Sports Used|
|Hinata Athletic Stadium||March, 1974 (Showa 49)||32,114 m²||20,000 people (7,000 in the main stand)||Full-weather pavement 400m×8 track (1st class certification), Ground area: 19,000 m², Tifton surface turf, Soccer field, Athletics, Soccer, Rugby|
|Hardball Baseball Stadium (Hinata Sun Marine Stadium Miyazaki)||February, 2001 (Heisei 13)||Building area: 15,900 m², Ground area: 14,332 m²||30,000 people (18,000 infield, 12,000 outfield)||Wings 100m, center 122m, Natural grass in infield and outfield|
|Indoor Gymnasium (Hinata Konohana Dome)||April, 2004 (Heisei 16)||11,463 m² (Arena: 8,886 m²)||Approximately 5,000 people (Arena), 800 seats (2F)||Ellipse / Longest diameter: 122m, Shortest diameter: 102.5m, Height: 38m, All artificial turf (Arena)|
|Second Hardball Baseball Stadium (Hinata Himuka Stadium)||April, 1974 (Showa 49)||Ground area: 13,000 m²||15,000 people (10,000 infield, 5,000 outfield)||Wings 92m, center 122m|
|Softball Baseball Stadium (A・B)||August, 1971 (Showa 46)||A Stadium: Wings 99m, Center 122m, 13,620 m², B Stadium: Wings 92m, Center 100m, 10,394 m²||Each stadium 2,000 people||Softball (A stadium can be used for hardball), Softball|
|Hinata Martial Arts Gymnasium||November, 1998 (Heisei 10)||Site area: 25,169 m², Building area: 12,780 m², Total floor area: 13,960 m²||-||Various martial arts|
|Second Athletics Stadium||March, 1974 (Showa 49)||16,000 m², Cinder pavement track: 300m×6 course (3rd class certification)||-||Athletics, Sports festivals, Archery|
|Bicycle Racing Stadium (Hockey Stadium)||March, 1978 (Showa 53)||1 round: 400m×6 vehicle link, Field: 9,084 m²||3,800 people||Cycling, Hockey|
|Facility Name||Start of Use||Facility Size||Seating Capacity||Applicable Competitions|
|Water park||Showa 48 (1973) December||50m pool: 8 lanes (official), 25m pool: 6 lanes (official), Indoor heated pool: 25m×6 lanes, Diving pool (official): height 10m, Diving platform: 10m, 7.5m, 5m (each one), Jumping platform: 3m, 1m (2 each), Multipurpose pool: 30m×20m||Swimming pool: 4,200 people (1F: 1,500 people, 2F: 2,700 people), Indoor heated pool: 800 people, Diving pool: 400 people||Swimming, water ball|
|Gymnastics Gym||Showa 49 (1974) August||42m×24m, Ceiling height: 12m||1,500 people||Gymnastics, wrestling, judo, kendo, aikido, karate, dance, wrestling|
|Multi-purpose Square||Showa 48 (1973) November||82m×36m (Artificial grass)||East and West: 1,500 people each||Softball, gateball, ground golf, dance, recreation, soccer (elementary school students and below), Hockey * Only rubber shoes|
|Synthetic turf ground||Heisei 10 (1998) December||100m×65m (Artificial grass)||West: 500 people||Soccer, rugby, frisbee, etc.|
|Tennis court (night game compatible)||Showa 50 (1975) August||Hard court: 14 surfaces||-||Tennis|
|Sub athletic field||Showa 51 (1976) March||400m×6 lanes (official)||500 people||Athletics, physical education, archery|
|Archery field||Showa 51 (1976) March||125m×45m||-||Archery|
|Gateball field||Showa 57 (1982) February||25m×20m 4 surfaces||-||Gateball, excursion (kindergarten), sports day (kindergarten)|
|Artificial turf ground||Heisei 10 (1998) December||100m×65m (Artificial grass)||West: 500 people||Soccer, rugby, frisbee, etc.|
|Horseback Riding Ground||Showa 47 (1972) September||Ground area: 29,700 m², Horse riding area: 5,940 m², Building area: 1,517 m²||1,500 people||Horse riding|
|Golf course (public course)||Showa 50 (1975) April||18 holes, Total distance: 6,371 yards, Par: 72||-||Golf|
|Lodge||Showa 51 (1976) April||Accommodation room (4-person room): 22 rooms, Large lecture room (100 people): 1, Small lecture room (40 people): 2, Bathrooms: 2, Conversation room (10 tatami mats): 1, Dining room (60 people): 1, Toilets: 6, Washrooms: 4||-||-|
|Miyazaki Prefecture Aoshima Youth Nature House||-||-||-||Management and operation of sports facilities, annual use adjustment, training and utilization of school physical education, sports & recreation instructors, etc. Contact: 0985-58-1711|