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Miyagi Stadium is a football stadium in the Japanese city of Miyagi. The stadium's capacity is 49,000. Football is the name given to a number of different team sports. ... The Olympia Stadium: start and finish lines visible, defining the length of one stadium (in this case 192. ... Miyagi is a place name in Japan. ...

Miyagi Stadium hosted some matches in the 2002 World Cup. The 2002 Football World Cup (Official name:2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japanâ„¢) was held in South Korea and Japan from May 31 to June 30. ...

Venues of the 2002 Football World Cup in Japan and South Korea
Kashima | Kobe | Miyagi | Niigata | Oita | Osaka | Saitama | Sapporo | Shizuoka | Yokohama
South Korea
Busan | Daegu | Daejeon | Gwanju | Icheon | Jeju | Jeonju | Seoul | Suwon | Ulsan

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CNN - Sailing (1060 words)
The striking stadium, venue for two first-round matches and one in the round of 16, is shaped in an asymmetrical arc modeled on the helmet of a samurai warrior's helmet.
The modern stadium was designed with the environment in mind -- using channeled rainwater to water the grass and incorporating solar panels allowing it to conserve energy during daytime.
The circular stadium is in the coastal city of Shizuoka, which is dominated by the massive Mount Fuji, Japan's highest mountain.
FIFA.com The Official web site of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (568 words)
Miyagi is an area blessed with scenic mountain vistas and picturesque coastline, a rich blend of traditional and modern arts, and thriving electronic, agricultural, and fishing industries.
Miyagi is one of Japan's top agricultural producers, and is particularly known for the quality of its rice, beef and strawberries.
The stadium features a sweeping crescent-shaped grandstand reminiscent of the headpiece worn on the battle dress helmet of the ruling Date clan during Japan's feudal period.
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