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Korakuen Hall, Bunkyo

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Kōrakuen Hall is an arena in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan, which has hosted many boxing, professional wrestling and mixed martial arts matches. Part of Tokyo Dome City, it is one of Tokyo's biggest attractions. It opened on April 16, 1962, and has a capacity of approximately 1,800 people. The venue hosted the boxing events for the 1964 Summer Olympics. In the rounds of pro wrestling, it is considered as being the Madison Square Garden of puroresu, as all of Japan's largest promotions have run some of their larger shows there, much akin to the WWF/E's monthly show at MSG in the 80s. It often is merely called "hall", in Japan.In March 2011, as the hall suffered structural damage under the influence of the Tōhoku earthquake, the events scheduled for the time being, including WBC triple female world title fight, were postponed or canceled. The repair work was completed on March 18. The Hall was closed until the next day, then gradually resumed a variety of events.Tokyo JCB Hall ("Korakuen Hall 2")It was announced that a new version of Korakuen Hall would be built in Tokyo Dome City, with a construction finish time of around 2008, and it would hold 2,500–3,000 people. After construction completes, Tokyo Dome Corporation, which owns the original Korakuen Hall as well as the Tokyo Dome, would continue to rent out the original Korakuen Hall, lowering rental prices (currently it costs 1,500,000 Yen to rent) to allowing smaller promotions to use the building on a regular basis.
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  • A long time bantamweight amagasa, the went to the game. While Buri was installed in large-screen monitor was only just used the announcement of featured players rather than seats were surprised at the corners of the ring becomes a blind sighted travellers were designed, Chi-sorry. Exactly what in the good size, ZDC! Bashitsu. Punch and we could hear the sounds, they are moving. This is the Holy Land of Japan boxing a swirling hot boxers and spectators. Boxing buffs some translation and style of the old man, Hashi even old Coco move if frequenting it, etc. It must be nice to for some reason, the boxing match lucky over here have come to watch. They also react to physiological Yarrow mortal blows, this? I think one of the Tokyo tourist attractions. So is the beer spectators and people of European descent.
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  • To watch the boxing impresario in recent years has visited 40 or 50 times a year. From anywhere is easy to watch, and the atmosphere is like. That is called the "holy place" in Japan boxing.
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  • Did you watch the better customer relations people. At Ringside where your eyes our wrestlers locally than is observed, but ringside stage seating in the back row was difficult. I think if interested see will move away from the ring in the front seat as you feel the next time Let's watch in the front seat.
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