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Dojo and more indoor sport facilities buildings

In my country, there are many indoor sport facilities buildings used by many people to do sport activities, most commonly futsal, badminton, tennis, martial arts, etc. Most of these buildings aren't managed by a community but a business instead; for example if your group would like to practicing futsal in that building then you have to rent a field inside it. From what I've observed, these building will most likely approved to be a Wayspot.

Then, here comes this one:

"Dojo Sepolwan"

"Judo practicing place for resident of Sepolwan, Sespimma (both of these are residential complex), also PJKB (Padepokan Judo Ksatria Bhayangkara) Judo Club"

"In addition to a training ground for locals, this dojo often used as a place to held regional or national level Judo championship events. This dojo has bring forth many athletes that has made the nation proud in regional, national, or international level championships."

While the nomination photo is the inauguration plaque when this dojo established, I found that the dojo has some cool story about it and has cultural significance for not only local-wide, but national-wide.

So, the general question: would that swimming pool clause (rejected unless have local historical or cultural significance) also applied to indoor sport facilities buildings? If not, would these buildings still acceptable despite managed by a business?

Thank you.

P.S. "Dojo" category is still not in the "What is it?" category list.


  • BaltiCalling-INGBaltiCalling-ING Posts: 335 ✭✭✭✭

    If that description is accurate, I would rate this submission highly. A building hosting championship tournaments is a far-cry from a generic business martial-arts academy.

    It ticks the cultural and historical significance boxes with that description. It's also a gathering place to watch the tournaments, similar to a sports stadium, and promotes exercise.

    I think this is a fine candidate.

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