Asaka Shooting Range

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The Asaka Shooting Range was a firing range constructed for the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Constructed in early 1964 in Asaka, Saitama, it hosted the pistol and rifle shooting and the shooting part of the modern pentathlon.


Coordinates: 35°46′47″N 139°34′49″E / 35.779855°N 139.580344°E / 35.779855; 139.580344