Inazawa Grand Bowl: The Biggest Bowling Alley in the World

Determining what makes a bowling alley a big one may depend on the person making the call, but there is no discrepancy when it comes to Inazawa Grand Bowl in Japan. In fact, Guinness World Records has confirmed the bowling alley with 116 Brunswick Pro Lane™ synthetic bowling lanes as the largest bowling center in the world. In 2010, the synthetic bowling alley lanes were installed to replace the wooden ones.

Quantity and Quality with Brunswick Pro Lane™ Bowling Alley Lanes

Synthetic bowling lanes are the preferred choice for modern bowling alleys and are being used to replace those made from sanded wood in bowling alleys around the world. Brunswick Pro Lane™ is the number one choice due to its exceptionally hard surface which reduces friction that can interfere with your bowling game.

Features of Inazawa Grand Bowl

The bowling alley was opened in Inazawa City in 1972, offering more than 90,000 square feet of across the lanes. It can accommodate up to 696 bowlers and offers a grand view of the 116 lanes from the entry escalator. The bowling center is host to Japanese bowling championships and the largest amateur bowling tournament in the country. People travel from around the country to enjoy a unique bowling experience in the world’s largest bowling center.

Planning Your Bowling Business

No matter what size bowling alley you are planning, choosing the right quality of bowling lanes and other equipment is just as important as the number of lanes you open. Although your business probably won’t be on the same scale as the bowling alley in Inazawa City, you do want it to accommodate all levels of bowlers and make it as inviting to them as possible. To learn more about purchasing new or used Brunswick synthetic lanes for your business, call Murrey Bowling at 310-532-6091.

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