Home Plate Ballpark Trips Gallery Clubs & Parks "Yakyujo" Links What's new  

(Fighters Stadium)

- Home of The Fighters -

Stadium Name Fighters Stadium
Location 459 Nakazawa, Kamagaya-shi, Chiba
Opened March 8, 1997
Capacity 2,400
Dimensions LF328, CF400, RF328
Surface Infield:Dirt, Outfield:Grass

Club Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters
League Eastern League

Ticket prices
(Japanese Yen)
1,000 adults, 500 children
Getting there Take a Shuttle Bus from Tobu Railways Kamagaya Station

Hit That Into The Pear Orchard

City of Kamagaya is a residential area of Tokyo and also known for pears.

From Kamagaya Station of Tobu Noda Line, you can take a shuttle bus for 100 yen to "Kamagaya Fighters Town" every 30 minutes before Fighters game. On the way to Fighters Town, a shuttle bus goes through some pear orchards during 10 minutes ride.

Fighters Town was completed in 1990. The area includes the dormitory for young prospects of the Fighters, an indoor training place and Fighters Stadium.

You can get a free paper for the Fighters fan titled "Nashi ni mukatte ute!", which means "Hit that into the pear orchard!" in English.

Although the stadium is one of the best for minor league level, they don't have a lighting tower nor eaves at the stand. So on a hot summer day, you could see some naked people at the stadium like famous bleachers bum at Wrigley.

Ballpark Rating

   2 riceballs



Last Updated : December 12, 2004

e-mail to --->>>  webmaster@ballparktrips.com  <<<--- thank you !

Yakyujo > Fighters Stadium Japanese >>
All Photos Copyright (C) 1998-2007 Takeshi Kubota. All rights reserved.