Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Centre | 東京辰巳国際水泳場

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Centre | 東京辰巳国際水泳場
2 Chome 8 − 10 Tatsumi, Koto-ku
Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture 135-0053
(03) 5569-5061

Adult Admission Price & Policy

¥600.00 [August, 2021]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 10 lanes x 25m, 16 lanes, 1.4m - 3m adjustable depth (set to 1.4m depth when Pool 2 is closed), indoors, 26ºC (79ºF).
Pool 2
50m x 15m, 7 lanes, 1.2m - 1.4m depth, indoors, water temperature not reported.
Pool 3
25m x 25m, 5m depth, diving tank, indoors, water temperature not reported.
Five 1m divng boards, three 3m diving boards, and 3m, 5m, 7.5m, and 10m diving platforms.


Take the Yurakucho Line to the Tatsumi station. Use Exit 2 and go left over a pedestrian bridge towards a park. Walk about 500m through a pleasant park with many trees (not recommended for women after dark). Also close to the Shin-Kiba station.
Tokyo Prefecture
35.647641, 139.818926

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's floor is in three sections that are adjusted on a regular schedule.
The facility is often closed for college and high level competitions.
This facility was the venue for the water polo competition in the 2020/1Tokyo Olympic Games.

Facility Reviews

Superior facility, truly an international class venue. Circle swimming enforced, but no speed separation.
An architecturally magnificent facility, almost like a cathedral to swimming. Often almost deserted ... wonderful.
The lack of speed separation can make swimming a frustrating experience; the second 50m pool is shallow enough for water-walking, which can make for some tired legs. The diving facilities are good.
When I was there in Jan. 2009, there were two fast and two slow lanes.