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SunnyRock Numazu
Japan

〒417-0001 静岡県沼津市宮前町7-17

Tel&Fax : 0559-43-7051

営業時間

火~金 15:00~22:30

土日祝 11:00~20:00

定休日 月曜日

小学生 中・高校生 専門・大学生 一般
通日利用料金 ¥525 ¥1050 ¥1260 ¥1575
夜間割 21:00~ ¥1260
月会員 ¥3150 ¥6300 ¥8400 ¥10500
月会員(更新) ¥9450
半年会員 ¥31500 ¥42000 ¥52500

登録料 ¥525 レンタルシューズ ¥105 レンタルチョーク ¥105

Copyright: Kiyoharu takamura
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11372x5686
送信日: 01/12/2012
更新日: 24/04/2014
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Tags: sunny rock; bouldering; climbing; climbing gym
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