NewsThe new schedule for the World Masters Games 2021 (Friday, May 13 – Sunday May 29th, 2022) cycling events has been finalized as follows. ◇ Cycling Disciplines Track: Wednesday, May 18 – Saturday, May 21 Venue: Kurayoshi Cycling Track Click here for competition details. Road Race: Sunday, May 22 Venue: Kurayoshi-Hokuei Road Race Course Click […]
NewsOn the other day, the new schedule for the World Masters Games 2021 Kansai has been decided as from Friday, 13 May until Sunday, 29 May, 2022. Today, we are announcing the future schedule as follows. For those who have already registered to participate and for those who are planning to participate in the Games […]
NewsAs previously announced, a decision was made to postpone the World Masters Games 2021 in Kansai for one year due to the coronavirus crisis and to be able to hold the Games in its complete form in line with the philosophy and purpose of the Games. We are delighted to announce that the Games dates […]
NewsOn October 28, 2020, World Masters Games 2021 Kansai Organizing Committee reached the conclusion of a postponement policy; to postpone the Games for about a year. The proposal was approved at the General Assembly of International Masters Games Association (IMGA) held on November 4th. With this, an official decision has been made to postpone the […]
NewsCheck out our new videos of Kurayoshi Cycling Track and Kurayoshi-Hokuei Road Race Course on Kurayoshi City’s official YouTube channel! These videos can help you familiarize with the venues and prepare you for your competition. TRACKKurayoshi Cycling Track (filmed on 27 May 2020) ROAD RACEKurayoshi-Hokuei Road Race Course (filmed on 24 May 2020) The video […]
Hosting two cycling disciplines: Track and Road Race.
Come and be soothed in the heart of Tottori Prefecture!
In the central region of Tottori Prefecture, discover a variety of attractions such as the historical townscape of Kurayoshi (white-walled storehouses), Nashikkokan (Japan’s only pear museum) and Gosho Aoyama Manga Factory’s collection and works of the author of “Detective Conan”. The region also features a large onsen (hot spring) resort comprising of four Onsen (Misasa, Sekigane, Hawai and Togo) . Enjoy fine food and savor some of the most delicious seafood from the Sea of Japan and fresh wild vegetables picked from the mountains. Local gourmet dishes such as beef bone ramen and Ago flying fish cutlets are a must try! This is the place to soothe your tired legs between and after the races and enjoy quality time of relaxation!