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Jingu Stadium, Shinjuku

(4.1/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
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  • As an American baseball fan I was very excited to watch a Japanese baseball game, and it did not disappoint even in preseason! The supporters section in the outfield was so much fun, horns and drums d...  more »
  • It is a baseball tradition in the heart of Tokyo. From early summer until late summer night is the best. Sunset in the direction of third base side stands and beer. I'm waiting for tsubakurou also.
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  • We are big baseball fans, and this was a fantastic experience. If you are out of Japan, you can reserve tickets from their website (it was a bit complicated, and involved a few emails back and forth, ...  more »
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  • Can't have more fun in Tokyo than catching a Yakult Swallows game. The crowd is always into it, and the beer is cold. I didn't understand the chants, but I didn't have to!
  • A great stadium for the sport! Nice location, great seating arrangement & other facilities. The scoreboard is huge! Just remember to carry your hat if you are going to watch a game on a sunny day!
  • If you're a baseball fan in Tokyo, this is a must visit. It's a great outdoor stadium with very good food options and reasonable beer. Even better you can bring your own food and beer! Every batter has their own cheer which lasts the entire at bat. There's a cheer for runs scored and home runs, and a cheer for the seventh inning stretch. Some of them involve a horn section, and most involve fans banging plastic bats together. Some involve tiny umbrellas. It's super fun and exciting, a great positive atmosphere. Go go swallows!
  • I was there because it was a Charmander nest for Pokemon go, but they have a lot of events here and nearby is a museum which is pretty interesting. There is also a golf range *thumbs up*
  • The food court and the place in general feels like from a new stadium, so tidy