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Examples and Achievements[ Moving System for Domes and Stadiums ] [ Culture & Sports ]

Major achievements

Tokyo Dome

Photograph of Tokyo Dome (moving system for domes and stadiums)
Completion date Mar, 1988

Constructed as Japan's first all-weather multipurpose dome. We delivered sliding-type storable seats to enlarge the field to suit the purpose of use, along with a lifting pitcher's mound and bicycle race bank.

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Retractable seat 12,669 seats
Lifting pitcher's mound 1 units
Bicycle race bank One unit (dividing storage system)

Nagoya Dome

Photograph of Nagoya Dome (moving system for domes and stadiums)
Completion date Mar, 1997

Large, multipurpose dome stadium with shielding screens that darken the venue for various types of concerts and events.
We delivered retractable seats and a lifting pitcher's mound.

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Sliding-type retractable seat 7,470 seats
Lifting pitcher's mound 1 units

Ogasayama Nature and Sports Park Stadium Ecopa Stadium

Photograph of Ogasayama Nature and Sports Park Stadium Ecopa Stadium (moving system for domes and stadiums)
Completion date Mar, 2001

The drawer-type retractable stands are installed with 5,236 spectator front-row seats. The stand can be pushed out close to the track field for an intense real-life view of a soccer or rugby game.

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Drawer-type retractable stands 5,236 seats

Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka Dome)

Photograph of Kyocera Dome Osaka (Osaka Dome) (moving system for domes and stadiums)
Completion date Mar, 1997

The dome is unique for its “Super Ring” lifting movable ceiling system, sliding retractable seats, and lifting pitcher's mound.

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Super Ring (lifting movable ceiling system) One set (6 rings)
Sliding-type retractable seat 3,268 seats
Lifting pitcher's mound 1 units

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