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Meiji Jingu Stadium, Shinjuku

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  • I went to see the Yakult game ago, but went to high school baseball this time! So it's still an outdoor stadium atmosphere! Also coming next year too (^ o ^)
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  • Wheelchair-accessible toilet where what? Fully renovated without also barrier-free spaces at the outfield walkway should be good.  Also want to renovate the entrance alone. The seats are narrow. CARP fans have gathered since Saturday and Sunday immediately full.
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  • Many trees around Meiji Jingu gaien, walking is best. Of course skiing and watching baseball. By the way is the top picture, red. You want to change.
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  • 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!
  • The Meiji Jingu Stadium (明治神宮野球場 Meiji Jingū Yakyūjō?) is a baseball stadium in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. It opened in 1926 and holds 37,933 spectators. Property of the Meiji Shrine, it is the home field of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows professional baseball team. It also hosts college baseball, including the Tokyo Big6 Baseball League and the Tohto University Baseball League.
  • 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!
  • 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*
  • somewhat big stadium, with food and drinks shop bellow to satisfy you ! Girls walk around seeking beer and normal drinks so you don't need to get up to satisfy your thirst! enjoy