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Kasumigaseki Country Club

Kasumigaseki Country Club was the first golf course constructed in Saitama Prefecture which was constructed in Kasumigaseki-mura (now in Kawagoe-city) in 1929.
In 1957, the first international golf tournament in Japan, the Canada Cup (currently the World Cup) was held at this golf course. Since 1971, Kasumigaseki Country Club has been used as a venue for the Japan Junior Golf Championship tournament.

【Access】
15 minute taxi ride from “Tsurugashima Station” of the Tobu Tojo line.
15 minute taxi ride from “Sayamashi Station” of the Seibu Shinjuku line.
10 minute walk from “Kasahata Station” of the JR Kawagoe line.

Facilities information

Feature First golf course in Saitama Prefecture
Address 3398 Kasahata, Kawagoe-shi, Saitama Prefecture 350-1175
Website http://www.kasumigasekicc.or.jp/
Summary of course 2 × 18 holes, RT 12,999 yards, par 144
Areas About 1,320,000 ㎡