Michinoku Coca-Cola Bottling Rink is a skating rink located in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture. Morioka Takaya Arena is next door.
Getting to the Stadium
The distance from Morioka Station to the Michinoku Coca-Cola Bottling Link is about two kilometers.
If it's a nice summer day, it's not too far to walk, but if the weather is bad, it's better to take a cab from the station.
About the Stadium
Location: 5-3-3 Motomiya, Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture
Opened: September, 2015
Hours(general skating): 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed: 3rd Tuesday of every month, year-end and New Year holidays
Before your trip, we have compiled some basic information about Iwate for your reference.
If you are coming to Iwate from the Tokyo metropolitan area or elsewhere, you can take the Shinkansen.
You can take the Tohoku/Hokkaido Shinkansen from Tokyo to Iwate Prefecture, and the journey from Tokyo to Morioka will take approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
However, the nearest station to Chuson-ji in Hiraizumi, the largest tourist attraction in Iwate Prefecture, is Ichinoseki Station, and it takes about 2 hours and 10 minutes from Tokyo Station to Ichinoseki Station.
Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka are connected to Iwate Hanamaki Airport by air.
If you want to go to Morioka City from the airport, you can take a bus after arriving at the airport (charged 1,430 yen one way), which takes about 45 minutes.
If you want to go to Hanamaki City, take the bus for 300 yen and it will take about 10 minutes.
The following is a guide on how to get to Morioka, Hanamaki, Ichinoseki, and Chusonji areas and how to get around the city.
Iwate is the largest prefecture in Honshu.
The location where you stay is very important.
You want to plan your itinerary well so that you can travel with no loss in transportation.
We have selected hotels in the Morioka, Hanamaki, Ichinoseki, and Chusonji areas.
Chusonji, Jodogahama, and Ryusendo are famous when it comes to sightseeing in Iwate.
We have picked out the best sightseeing spots in the Morioka, Hanamaki, Ichinoseki, and Chuson-ji areas.
Iwate specialties include Morioka cold noodles, Morioka jajamen, and wanko soba.
The following is an introduction to the food of Iwate.