The Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium in Takamatsu City faces possible demolition after the sports facility was closed to public at the end of September. The brutalist building was designed by famed architect Kenzo Tange (1913 ~ 2005) and completed in 1964 - the same year that the Yoyogi National Gymnasium, another design by Tange, was built.

The 3-storey building has an arena with 1,300 fixed seats, a gym and conference rooms.

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