Facility introduction


A spacious rink measuring 60m x 30m, with a height of 13m,
meeting the standards of international competitions.

Regular ice maintenance is conducted to ensure optimal conditions for comfortable skating at any time.

Floor map


Kosugi skating

Business hoursWeekdays: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Weekends and holidays: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
(Closed on Thursdays)
Shop Tel. no.03-6721-1814
*This is the number for the skate shop
Shop Fax no.03-6721-1804

History of the ice skating rink

  • 1963

    Early days of the ice skating rink

    As part of the renovation of Jingu Pool in 1962, an indoor pool suitable for conversion into an ice skating rink was constructed. The rink operated as a skating venue from October to April until 1993. The rink had dimensions of approximately 64m x 28m and featured a red brick exterior.

  • 1990

    Repainting of the exterior

    In 1990, the exterior walls were unified with a light, natural green color, creating a new image of tranquility and elegance that suits the atmosphere of the Jingu Forest.

  • 1994

    Year-round operation begins

    Since 1994, the skating rink has been operating year-round. The slide-type roof was removed, and a Canadian-made ceiling curtain, which cuts down on radiant heat, was introduced. This transformed the skating rink into a facility with a ceiling height of 13m. Around this time, the rink also started operating 24 hours a day.

  • 2000

    Towards a rink that meets international standards

    In 2000, the size of the rink was expanded to support athlete development, and it was transformed into an international standard rink measuring 30m x 60m.

  • 2009

    Renovation work

    In 2009, renovation work was conducted, including the installation of heating facilities and interior wall painting, resulting in the current appearance of the rink. The exterior now resembles the red brick color from 1963.

  • 2018

    Exterior renovation

    As part of the renovation and expansion project, the exterior was renewed with a design inspired by ice. Operational improvements, such as the adoption of automatic entry gates, were also implemented.