Mirokunosato sports and lodging facilities to be renamed Tsuneishi Shimanami Village, soccer field to be known as Tsuneishi Field

July 14, 2013


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Tsuneishi Human Service Inc. (headquarters at 1083, Tsuneishi, Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama, Hiroshima; Yuji Awane, president and CEO) announces the renaming of facilities at Mirokunosato, including lodging facilities currently under construction and a Japan Football Association regulation pitch scheduled to open in July, as Tsuneishi Shimanami Village. In addition, a facility approved last year by the Hiroshima Prefecture Football Center that includes three soccer fields with artificial turf, including two equipped with night lighting, will be named Tsuneishi Field.

Accommodations at Tsuneishi Shimanami Village include the Center House, Higashi-kan, and Lodge (currently under construction), which together can host up to 962 visitors at a time. In addition to offering traditional leisure activities such as cycling and rowing, the close proximity of these lodgings to a comprehensive sports facility makes them well suited to the hosting of soccer tournaments and other major sporting events. The facilities also include a variety of meeting rooms suitable for use by all types of organizations, including 17 rooms for individual meetings and two assembly halls.