Yokohama International Pool | 横浜国際プール

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Yokohama International Pool | 横浜国際プール
7 Chome-3 Kitayamata, Tsuzuki-ku
Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 224-0021
(045) 592-0453

Adult Admission Price & Policy

¥700. [November, 2013]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 10 lanes, 0m - 3.5m adjustable depth, usually set to 1.2m depth, when open to the public, indoors, water temperature not reported
Pool 2
50m x 20m, 8 lanes, 1m - 2.5m depth (usually configured as two 25m, 8 lane tanks, one 1m deep, the other 2.5m deep), indoors, "warm water"
Pool 3
25m x 25m, unstriped, 5m depth diving tank, indoors, water temperature not reported
1m and 3m boards; 3m, 5m, 7.5m, and 10m platforms.


Kanagawa Prefecture
35.56411, 139.59448

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

The Main Pool (Pool 1) has an adjustable floor that is raised to create a sports arena from November through March. Pool 2 is operated year-round. Pool 3 is on the same operating schedule as Pool 1. There is also a gym with weights, cardio etc. available for a separate charge.

Facility Reviews

Absolutely fantastic! A world class facility. The main pool is 100m or more and is usually divided into two 50m pools. The main pool is in a stadium with bleachers on either side. There is a secondary pool (25m) focused on families, that is divided for lap usage and good when there is an event at the main pool. There is a large wading pool for children, and a whirlpool/hydro therapy area. The lane traffic and usage in all pools is well disciplined.
At Pool 2, the deeper side of the 25m "sub pool", has lanes designated for slower and faster swimmers. All circle swim and passing is OK. There are also dedicated lanes for dive/sprint, fins only, and paddles only. This may be the only public pool that allows hard paddles as opposed to gloves only. They rent hard paddles (Strokemasters™ type) for ¥100. All the kids' teams seem to swim here and somehow all day. Best time to go seems to be around 3 - 5 PM. I did not find the water so warm compared to the usual 30ºC+ (86ºF) temps normally kept in public pools. [May, 2013]