Inazawa Grand Bowl (2/2)

Boasting a mighty impressive 116 lanes that are all fully operational on an average day, this centre located in Nagoya, Japan is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as being the largest bowling alley in the world. The home of the largest amateur bowling competition in the world, was built in March 1972 and initially made up several levels that at one time brought Inazawa’s total up to 232 operational lanes. 

With a floor space totalling 17,000 metres, it only costs 680 yen for a game between Monday to Friday, and with the centre open from 8am until 5am, you can guarantee there’s going to be a lane available. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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