Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Koto

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Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center is a swimming venue in Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan. The swimming center has hosted several Japanese swimming championships.HistoryThe swimming complex was designed by the Environment Design Institute, a Tokyo architecture firm. It was substantially completed in March 1993.World records broken in the TTISCLong course200 m breaststroke 2:07.51 Kosuke Kitajima; June 8, 2008Short course200 m butterfly 2:03.12 Yūko Nakanishi; February 23, 2008
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  • It is a Guinness world record, Ippei Watanabe Kosuke Kitajima and swimming pool. By the year 2020 in the Tokyo Olympic Games water polo venue. Tokyo Metro yuraku-Cho line Tatsumi station in about 10 minutes on foot around the many parks, stroll around are good so far. Is there a unique appearance.
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  • Excellent pool, 50 metres, VERY clean, friendly staff. Warning......they will stop you from swimming every 50 min for "REST TIME". I found this out as I was tumbling when i got a tap on the head, afte...  more »
  • Located about 15 minutes ' walk from Shin-Kiba station. 11-stopped at the three-day weekend. Tokyo swimming competition was held, did not in the ○
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  • Good place for lap swim. Nice lobby area to wait in. Lots of use by local teams. You can get off at Tatsumi station and walk there, about 10 minutes. But far from everything else. So, better to go to tokyo metro gym for a swim...more accessible.
  • Good facilities for swim training. Showers and lockers have seen their best days. No sauna or onsen.
  • Not always open to public, so you gotta remember to check the online schedule. Usually not too crowded (3-4) people per lane. Also it’s Olympic sized- much more fun than the tiny municipal or club pools within the city
  • great place for swimmers
  • International standards

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