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  • Tokyo Dome
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kouraku 1-3-61
    The Tokyo Dome opened as Japan’s first covered stadium in 1988. With its dome shaped room and artificial turf field it’s the home stadium of the Yomiuri Giants. The Tokyo Dome is the core of the Tokyo Dome City urban entertainment area and doesn’t only host baseball games but also a variety of other events including concerts and exhibitions. Near entry gate 21 you’ll find the Baseball hall of fame museum where you can see uniforms of popular players and learn about the history of baseball.
  • Kyocera Dome Osaka
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    Osaka Osakashi Nishi-ku Chiyozaki 3 - Medium 2 - 1
    This domed baseball stadium in Nishi Ward in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture is commonly known by the name of its predecessor, the Osaka Dome, and is the home ground of the Orix Buffaloes. Comprised of nine floors above ground and one basement level, this massive baseball field is frequently used for concerts and events in addition to actual baseball games. The stadium’s shopping mall (entry free) includes an official shop selling Buffaloes merchandise. The stadium’s tours (fee required) are also popular and enable participants to see the insides of the dome and players practicing up close.
  • Nagoya Dome
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    4.0
    369 Reviews
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    Aichi Pref. Nagoyashi Higashi-ku Daikouminami 1-1-1
    This domed stadium, which opened in 1997, is widely known as the home of the Chunichi Dragons. In addition to holding baseball games, it can also host a wide variety of other events such as concerts and exhibitions. It is equipped with a 106 meter-wide video screen, LED lighting, and other facilities that allow a diverse range of productions that leverage its massive scale. Other facilities include concession stands and restaurants on each level, shops that sell original merchandise, and a nursery.

    Been to a few Japanese baseball stadiums. This one is well designed in most things except parking. We were on the 3rd base side, about 15 rows up in the first section. We had great sight lines...

  • Sapporo Dome
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    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Toyohira-ku Hitsujigaoka 1
    Sapporo Dome is located in the southeast of the city and is Sapporo’s largest all-weather indoor dome. It is one of a few stadiums in the world that are home to two professional teams in soccer and baseball, which are Consadole Sapporo and the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters. It is widely used as a transmission point for sports and entertainment, holding global sporting competitions and large-scale concerts with more than 50,000 people. There are also dome tours that allow you to see behind the scenes.
  • FUKUOKA YAHUOKU! DOME (Fukuoka Dome)
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    4.0
    930 Reviews
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    Fukuoka Pref. Fukuokashichuouku Jigyouhama 2-2-2
    This domed baseball stadium facing Hakata Bay boasts is the largest of its kind in Japan. The home of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks, the stadium is often used for concerts when no games are scheduled. The Oh Sadaharu Baseball Museum, which houses numerous articles related to renown Japanese baseball player Sadaharu Oh, adjoins the stadium. Tours of the dome are held irregularly and can be reserved from the stadium’s official website. An approximately 15-minute walk from Tojinmachi Station.

    The Dome holds about 38,500 people and it was a sellout for this game. That's about what Fenway seats and the crowd was just as raucous. When the hometown Hawks got a 2 run homer the place went nuts.

  • Ajinomoto Stadium (Tokyo Stadium)
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    3.5
    136 Reviews
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    Tokyo Choufushi Nishimachi 376-3
    This multipurpose sports facility located in Tokyo’s Chofu City was originally a ballpark but is now used as a venue for track and field competitions as well as large concerts. It is the home stadium of J League FC Tokyo and the Tokyo Verdy 1969 teams. The grounds are divided into a natural grass field and an artificial turf field, and can support a variety of matches. There are also restaurants and a shop that sells official FC Tokyo/Tokyo Verdy merchandise on the premises.

    A 15 mins train ride away from Shinjuku station. Beautiful and clean stadium, but not much other attraction around the stadium. Watched a concert here, but will prefer to watch it at the Nissan...

  • ZOZOMARINE Stadium
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    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Mihama-ku Mihama 1
    Located in Mihama Ward, Chiba City, ZOZOMARINE Stadium is the home base of the Chiba Lotte Marines baseball team. There are lots of facilities and activities for kids, so even parents with young children can enjoy watching a baseball game here. ZOZOMARINE Stadium is famous for its fireworks, which are let off from the nearby beach, and are a really impressive sight.
  • Hanshin Koshien Stadium
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    4.5
    599 Reviews
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    Hyougo Pref. Nishinomiyashi Koushienchou 1-82
    This baseball stadium is in Koshien Town, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture and is the headquarters of the professional baseball team the “Hanshin Tigers.” It is also used as the site for the two major national high school baseball competitions, the “Japanese High School Baseball Championship” held in summer and the “Japanese High School Baseball Invitational Tournament” held in spring. While it features single-layer type stands, it has the largest capacity of any baseball stadium in Japan. The “Koshien Museum,” which introduces the history of the stadium and the Tigers as well as high school baseball, is a popular attraction, as are the stadium tours. There's plenty of original food as well, and the jumbo grilled chicken skewers, Koshien curry, and Koshien fried soba are famous.

    This is a must do experience if you like sports at all. Japanese baseball is huge fun, and totally family friendly. There’s no aggressive people here like in other countries. The great thing, other...

  • Nissan Stadium
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    4.0
    211 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Kouhoku-ku Kodukuechou 3300
    This stadium is famous in part as the home stadium of the Yokohama F. Marinos soccer team. The 2002 FIFA World Cup final game was also held here. One of the stadium’s distinctive features is its dedication to maintaining the natural lawn field in perfect condition throughout the year. The stadium is also one of the largest in Japan, seating up to 72,327. The stadium was designed with a variety of features to make it easier for spectators and athletes to feel a sense of unity. In addition to sporting events, the stadium also holds tours of its lawn. A food court and shops are also located in the facility.

    Caught the train from Tokyo to Yokohama and then walked to the stadium to watch All Blacks v's Wallabies. The moment we alighted from the train it was a great experience. Guides on most corners...

  • Yokohama Stadium
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    4.0
    503 Reviews
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    Kanagawa Pref. Yokohamashi Naka-ku Yokohamakouen
    Located a three minute walk from Yokohama Municipal Subway Kannai Station or Nihon-Odori Station on the Minatomirai Line. Situated in Yokohama Park a short walk from Kannai Station on the JR Negishi Line, the stadium is also an outdoor baseball field for the Yokohama DeNA BayStars. In addition to professional and amateur baseball and American football games, the stadium is also used as a venue for concerts. The stadium hosts a variety of food stands as well. The mikan ice, shave ice topped with mikan mandarin oranges and covered with a sweet and sour sauce, is particularly popular in summer.

    Yokohama Baseball stadium, also known as the Baystar arena. It is the home ground of the Yokohama based baseball team. Located just besides the JR Kannai station. The stadium can be reached from...

  • MetLife Dome
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    Saitama Pref. Tokorozawashi Kamiyamaguchi 2135
    A stadium located near the Seibukyujo-mae Station in Kamiyamaguchi, Tokorozawa City. The stadium is home to the Seibu Lions professional baseball team, boasting a history of nearly 40 years since 1979. On site is the Seibu second stadium, a soccer park, tennis courts, and an indoor kid’s park. Visitors to the stadium can enjoy more than 1,000 kinds of food at shops both inside and outside the stadium and in the Owner’s Restaurant (restricted to season ticket holders, etc.).
  • Kashima Soccer Stadium
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    4.0
    19 Reviews
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    Ibaraki Pref. Kashimashi Jinkouji Goyama 26-2
    This soccer stadium is located a two-minute walk from Kashima Soccer Stadium Station on the Oarai Kashima Line. Built in 1993 as Japan's first fully-fledged dedicated soccer stadium, the facility is used as the home stadium of the J1 League Kashima Antlers. Sprinklers, underground heating, and other methods are used to maintain the condition of the stadium's natural grass field, and, during the 2002 FIFA World Cup, the stadium's characteristics were utilized for world-class play.

    サッカーに興味のない妻だけど、私がカシマに行くと知ると必ずハム焼き買ってこいという。ハム焼きの店の前は、大きな試合の時はとても長い行列ができる。売り切れないか心配になるだろうけど、レッズ戦でもACL決勝でも試合後にまだジャンジャン焼いていたので売り切れることはないだろう。並ぶときは、アウェイのユニフォームを着てても大丈夫。ここは非武装地帯なのだ。ハム焼きの前に敵も味方もないのだ。相手サポを見ると...

  • Fukuda Denshi Arena
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    Chiba Pref. Chibashi Chuou-ku Kawasakichou 1-20
    This soccer arena, part of Soga Sports Park in Kawasaki-cho, Chuo Ward, Chiba City, is the J League's Ichihara Chiba JEF United's home stadium. Stores open inside the facility and a food stall area is set up outside that attracts a crowd while games are in progress.
  • Yoyogi National Gymnasium
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    4.0
    136 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 2-1-1
    This sports complex in the Jinnan district of Tokyo’s Shibuya City is comprised of two gymnasiums, an indoor pool, and an outdoor futsal court. It was constructed for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Both the First and Second Gymnasiums were designed by the representative Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, and have a suspension style roof design that is unusual even by global standards. In addition to hosting matches for volleyball, futsal, handball, and basketball, it is often used for events such as concerts and martial arts tournaments.

    This venue is still being used and has passed the test of time. The building still appears very modern and up to date which is a great tribute to the architect. We only visited from the outside a...

  • Saitama Stadium 2002 Park
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    Saitama Prefecture Saitama-shi Green Area Ward 2-1
    Saitama Stadium 2002 Park located in Misono, Midori Ward, Saitama City is Japan’s largest dedicated soccer stadium. The whole area of the park including the main stadium, three sub-grounds, two futsal courts and an open space spreads over about 30 hectares. Events related to soccer including J-League and Japan representative matches as well as a soccer academy are held here as well as other events such as a flea market in the open space.
  • Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi
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    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Miyagino-ku Miyagino 2-11-6
    This stadium that opened in 1950 is now home to the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles. Having adopted a system of naming rights, it has changed names several times over the years. Free stadium visit events are held for one to two days in a month during which visitors can tour the stadium free of charge. Behind the left side of Kobo Park Miyagi is a park called Smile Glico Park with a Ferris Wheel and merry-go-round. The stadium is a five-minute walk from JR Miyagi Nohara Station, and there is also a convenient shuttle bus from Sendai Station that only takes eight minutes.
  • SANKYO FRONTIER Kashiwa Stadium (Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium)
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    4.0
    85 Reviews
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    Chiba Pref. Kashiwashi Hitachidai 1-2-50
    This soccer stadium is located about 20 minutes on foot from the east exit of Kashiwa Station. It's the home field of the Kashiwa Reysol J-League team, and is still sometimes called by its former name, Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium. The stands are close to field, getting you much closer to the action than at most stadiums.

    Recently renamed the Sankyo Frontier Kashiwa Stadium, a 20 minute walk from Kashiwa Station will lead you to the home of Kashiwa Reysol. We attended a match against Kawasaki and although the home...

  • Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima
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    3.5
    3 Reviews
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    Hiroshima Pref. Hiroshimashiminamiku Minamikaniya 2-3-1
    This is the baseball field of Hiroshima City known as the base of Toyo Carp. It is an asymmetrical shape, which is unusual as a ballpark, and so the players can be seen more closely the foul ground has been reduced in size. It also features spacious seating so you can enjoy watching the game in comfort. In addition to the performance seat for enthusiastic fans there are a variety of seats such as a party floor and terrace seats. Reservation-based stadium tours are also popular.

    選手のキャラクターのラテアートを楽しむことができます。球場がしまっている日に訪問しましたが、こちらのカフェとグッツショップはOPENしていました。球場が開いている日とは異なり、ゆっくりとカフェを楽しめます。味も美味しいので是非訪問の際は、試していただきたいです。鈴木選手が新しく追加されていました。

  • Hotto Motto Field Kobe
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
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    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Suma-ku Midoridai
    A stadium located a short walk from Sogo Undo Koen Station. The stadium is one of those used to host the home games of the Orix Buffaloes, a Nippon Professional Baseball team. Tickets for the super executive seats located just beyond the net behind home plate and the stadiums suite seating rooms are only available over the Internet and stadium club members are given first priority. The stadium has food stands selling light meals like hot dogs and Chinese to enjoy during a game as well as a shop selling Buffaloes and other baseball team merchandise. The stadium is also used to host amateur baseball tournaments.

    神戸市営地下鉄山手線総合運動公園駅を下車し、駅を出るとすぐ目につきます。球場に近づくと中から「*番サード***さん」のアナウンスが聞こえてきますので民間チームに貸し出しているようです。私自身野球はしませんが、プロと同じ球場で出来るのは選手にとって良いものなのでしょうね。いつかここでセリーグの覇者を迎えて日本シリーズが開かれて欲しいものです。

  • Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium
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    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Suma-ku Midoridai
    A multipurpose sports stadium located inside Kobe Sports Park a three-minute drive from the Fusehata-nishi interchange and a five-minute drive from the Shirakawa-minami interchange. The stadium served as the main venue for Nojigiku Hyogo in 2006, held for the first time in the prefecture in 50 years, and also serves as a stadium for the Vissel Kobe professional soccer club as well as Japan Top League rugby games. The stadium can accommodate 45,000 spectators. The stadium has a full array of broadcasting and night game facilities. The auxiliary ground is available for private use.

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