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Nippon Gaishi Arena, Nagoya

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Nagoya Civic General Gymnasium, formerly Nagoya Rainbow Hall, is an indoor sports arena located in Nagoya, Japan. From April 1, 2007, its name was changed to Nippon Gaishi Hall, to reflect the sponsorship of the NGK Insulators. The capacity of the arena is 10,000 people.The hall hosted some of the group games for the 2006 Volleyball World Championship.It hosted Dream 16, the mixed martial arts promotion in Japan on September 25, 2010. The card was headlined by a triple main event, as Shinya Aoki takes on Marcus Aurelio in a Lightweight non-title match, MMA legend Kazushi Sakuraba met Jason "Mayhem" Miller and Tatsuya Mizuno vs. Gegard Mousasi vied in the Dream Light-Heavyweight Grand Prix Final. The card was broadcast live by HDNet at 2AM US Eastern time.
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  • Did you watch the Aichi Japan Figure Skating Championships. Indeed thriving Aichi Prefectural skating competitions and prize in the Japan or all-Japan junior-level players are seen and felt. Stand has only 20 columns weak place is compact, so great was realistic.
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  • Because it is more directly associated with kasadera station parking always goes in the car! I think as soon as I parked, exit thinking better.
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  • Kasadera station from the Jr is not going to last-minute time was hard. By information and staff feel good. Was kinda small or toy stores.
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