Wavegarden Continues Global Expansion with Agreement to Develop Seven Surf Parks in Japan


Artificial surf wave technology group Wavegarden has announced an agreement to develop seven surf parks in Japan.

The agreement with Japanese promoter JPF – who has extensive experience in the development of macro sports projects, in particular in the successful development and management of six velodromes – adds to five other Wavegarden projects under construction around the world and 47 others in development around the world. five continents.

Founded in 1957, JPF Co., Ltd. built and operated six cycling stadiums and one motorcycle stadium across Japan. The company has also been involved in large-scale projects to set up international sports destinations in various regions of Japan, such as the renovation of Chiba Racecourse from an existing national standard facility to an international standard stadium.

Working with Wavegarden, the company created a division specializing in wave pools and surf parks.

Offering the widest variety of waves and usage capacities, with the lowest power and water consumption, Wavegarden Cove technology was introduced to Asia in the world’s largest surf park, Wave Park, near Seoul in 2020 – a project resulting from an alliance with the Daewon Plus Construction group, one of the leading real estate and theme park developers in South Korea.

In July, Wavegarden also announced a new alliance in Latin America that will allow it to work with Brazilian developer KSM Realty over the next 10 years.

This follows the success of Praia da Grama, the world’s first tropical beach with man-made waves in a private condominium.

In Australia, the Aventuur group plans to build one of the largest Wavegarden Cove in the world in Perth while in the UK, a proposal for a new Wavegarden project in Manchester has just been given the green light.

Other Wavegarden projects are underway in Sydney; Garopaba, Brazil and Coachella, USA.

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Images: Wavegarden Cove technology in Praia da Grama, Brazil (top) and the world’s largest surf park, Wave Park, near Seoul, South Korea (bottom). Credit: Wavegarden.

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