Aomori Prefecture Sports Park

Aomori, Japan

The Aomori Prefecture Sports Park (also known as the Maeda Arena) is located in the city of Aomori, the capital of the prefecture of the same name. It aims to be a multi-sport center of the highest standard, offering an indoor space for the performance of various disciplines. Aomori Prefecture Sports Park serves as a vital hub for the entire region, situated against a striking backdrop of a harmonious blend of modernity and tradition.

In this prominent context, Myrtha Pools has enhanced the facility’s offerings with the design and construction of an Olympic-size swimming pool, carried out with the support of the Obayashi Corporation, a leading builder in Asia with a portfolio of significant projects, including Tokyo Central Station.

 

In detail, the pool built for the Maeda Arena includes two Myrtha Pools-branded features that are among the company’s most innovative.

 

The first is undoubtedly the Movable Floor, an innovative accessory that allows the depth of the pool to be adjusted by the vertical movement of the floor (or a part of it). This unique feature enables the structure to adapt to the specific requirements of each aquatic discipline, making it a versatile and multipurpose product suitable for a wide range of contexts.

The second Myrtha Pools accessory installed is the Movable Bulkhead, which slides longitudinally, allowing the pool to be divided into two sections.

Together, these two grafts ensure extreme adaptability to any need. In other words, with one swimming pool, it is possible to meet a plurality of needs that may arise, especially in a multifunctional sports center such as Aomori.

So, the project just described is the perfect exemplification of how Myrtha Pools manages to combine tradition and innovation, a combination perfectly in line with the historical and cultural identity of the Japanese city.

The Aomori Prefecture Sports Park (also known as the Maeda Arena) is located in the city of Aomori, the capital of the prefecture of the same name. It aims to be a multi-sport center of the highest standard, offering an indoor space for the performance of various disciplines. Aomori Prefecture Sports Park serves as a vital hub for the entire region, situated against a striking backdrop of a harmonious blend of modernity and tradition.

In this prominent context, Myrtha Pools has enhanced the facility’s offerings with the design and construction of an Olympic-size swimming pool, carried out with the support of the Obayashi Corporation, a leading builder in Asia with a portfolio of significant projects, including Tokyo Central Station.

 

In detail, the pool built for the Maeda Arena includes two Myrtha Pools-branded features that are among the company’s most innovative.

 

The first is undoubtedly the Movable Floor, an innovative accessory that allows the depth of the pool to be adjusted by the vertical movement of the floor (or a part of it). This unique feature enables the structure to adapt to the specific requirements of each aquatic discipline, making it a versatile and multipurpose product suitable for a wide range of contexts.

The second Myrtha Pools accessory installed is the Movable Bulkhead, which slides longitudinally, allowing the pool to be divided into two sections.

Together, these two grafts ensure extreme adaptability to any need. In other words, with one swimming pool, it is possible to meet a plurality of needs that may arise, especially in a multifunctional sports center such as Aomori.

So, the project just described is the perfect exemplification of how Myrtha Pools manages to combine tradition and innovation, a combination perfectly in line with the historical and cultural identity of the Japanese city.