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JPNJPN-01Nakayama

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Nakayama Touge:

K-Point: 68 m
Operating until: 1979
Coordinates: 42.844121, 141.079645 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K-Point: 35 m
Coordinates: 42.851448, 141.095030 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1968
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 42.851448, 141.095030 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1968 two ski jumping hills were constructed at Nakayama Pass (“Touge”) near Sapporo on Hokkaido on more than 800 m above sea level. The K35 which was mainly used for junior’s practising is located directly at Nakayama Touge Ski Resort, while the K68 is situated about 1 km below. There the Japanese winter ski jumping season had been opened in the years 1968 to ’70 and the national team held several training camps there. The last official competition on K68 was organized on 1979-12-24, whereby Yataro Watase jumped the longest distance of 66 m. In 1980’s the ski jumping hills were abandoned since the K68 was too steep and dangerous, the preparation of the jumps was very difficult due to high snow levels and the location of the jumps was altogether too far from nowhere.

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