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Chiba Kashiwanoha Park, Kashiwa

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Kashiwanoha Park Stadium is a multi-use stadium in north-west area of Kashiwa, Japan. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 20,000 people and was built from 1995, and served from 1999.It's defined as one of home ground of Kashiwa Reysol (J.League club), but most of Reysol supporters reject using this stadium, because of worse condition than Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium, in points of accessibility (see the table below) and watching games from back-end and side stands. And, J.League match (except cup tournaments) hasn't been held in this stadium since 2009 season.On November 18, 2007 it was used for a Top League rugby game between NEC Green Rockets and Mitsubishi Dynaboars.Access from Kashiwa Station by public transports
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  • Kashiwanoha-campus station is about 20 minutes. Light walking carries a foot well partly. Enjoy spring blossoms and a barbeque or boat. Stadium had been held in the past official J League athletics and Rugby official race venues are now held frequently.
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  • Man's barbecue jurisdictions-do sushi family is perfect. Like rich natural! Because there is grass, badminton and is-is.
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  • It was between fixed scaffolding or handrail, 4, play the 5-year-old children is play with confidence. Have a little bench out of favor?
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