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Koshien History Museum, Nishinomiya
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  • History of baseball in 1924 from a secondary baseball began its history after the war followed and the national high school baseball championship, can see. (Asahi Shimbun, Mainichi newspaper cooperation) will be operated by Hanshin electric railway Hanshin Tigers of history are covered completely. You can see photos and video, as well as of the athletes, their uniforms, baseball equipment. Compared to 2010, these have been able to take a wonder that a recent. Easy-to-understand and because the place is on the second floor of the outfield stands. @ 600 yen, child @ 300 yen
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  • From 2:00 I was booking Stadium tours 1500 yen (100 yen discount fan club). From 12:00 I have seen nearly two hours. Found this review in Hanshin fan. 10:00-18:00 sales in general admission is 600 yen. Purpose chose R1 course Tigers OB flights on a stadium tour. 3塁 bench locker room bullpen and we visited the ride takes about an hour. Normally stand on Hanshin practice commentary on to me seems the Typhoon for this special towel, bullpen at King's talk show? In a lot of fun. Staff I'm also much more comfortable with a smile
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  • Glory of the Tigers, led by high school baseball a lot of material history, baseball cartoons, and pictures are displayed. Is put on the screen. Admission is ¥ 600. About 1 hour if at Knightsbridge. If you want to experience the strong Tigers!
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