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Uwajima City Bullfighting Arena宇和島市営闘牛場

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Uwajima City Bullfighting Arena is a domed stadium in which bullfighting contests are held, with bulls weighing over a ton being pitted against one another. The Arena opened in 1975. Bullfighting contests are held on January 2, the first Sunday in April, July 24 (the date of the Uwajima Ushi-oni Festival), August 14, and the fourth Sunday in October (Bullfights may also be held on other dates by special arrangement). On days when bullfighting does not take place, visitors to the Arena can watch video footage of previous contests.


Ehime Pref. Uwajimashi Wareichou 496-2 (Nanyo / UwajimaArea)

phone 0895253511

Regular tournament is open at 10:00, closed around 14:00 (changed)

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Ehime Pref. Uwajimashi Wareichou 496-2 [ map ]
Nanyo / UwajimaArea
Regular tournament is open at 10:00, closed around 14:00 (changed)
SaturdaySunday Public holiday (except for regular tournament Sunday)
[Academic Bullfighting Competition Admission fee] General 3,000 yen, Junior High School Students or less Free, Over 652,000 yen, Disabled person 2,000 yen
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