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Old January 21st, 2006, 11:23 PM   #1
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Stadiums, Domes, Sports arenas in Japan / 日本のスタジアム

Domed Stadiums in Japan
Baseball Domes
Tokyo Dome (air-supported roof), 55,000

Fukuoka Dome (retractable roof), 48,000

Osaka Dome, 37,000(baseball)

Nagoya Dome, 40,500

Sapporo Dome (also football. natural turf pitch slides into the dome from the outside) max 54,000 (baseball max 42,000)

Seibu Dome, 36,000



Football Domes
Oita Dome (retractable roof) 43,000


Kobe Wing Stadium (retractable roof) 42,000


Toyota Stadium (retractable roof) 45,000




Multi-purpose Domes (cycle race, auto race, ice-hocky, etc.)
Sapporo Community Dome


Akita Skydome

Shellcom Sendai

Komatsu Dome


Amagi Dome

Yokkaichi Dome

Nagahama Dome

Dome Fukui

Ariso Dome

Dome pool Kawachi

Kitakyushu Dome

Kitakyushu Media Dome


Kumagaya Dome

Kumamoto Park Dome

Sasara Dome

Hakuryu Dome

Katano Dome

Namihaya Dome

Wave Noto

Osaka Pool

Odate Dome


Maebashi Dome


Izumo Dome


Ocean Dome

Ariake Tennis Stadium

Aqua Wing (domed ice-hocky stadium for Nagano Olympics)


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this one looks cool. what was the cost of construction?
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Old March 20th, 2006, 07:17 AM   #4
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new ball parks for Japan Professional Baseball

Miyagi Stadium (as the home of Sendai Eagles) (open in 2006)








Hiroshima New Ballpark (as the home of Hiroshima Carp) (open in 2008)



Koshien Stadium (as the home of Hanshin Tigers) (refurbished in 2010)
Japan's biggest ballpark is to get reincarnated as a MLB-style stadium at the expense of 0.2 billion US$.


Skymark Stadium since 2006 season, Buffaloes has shifted its home to Skymark Stadium in Kobe from Osaka Dome.

one of the most beautiful ballparks in Japan.
Because of opposition of Ichiro, the stadium got quit of common domed stadium.
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amazing collections, I like them all, really unique and beautiful.
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Old March 25th, 2006, 01:14 PM   #6
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J LEAGUE (J1 and J2) Stadiums


Sapporo Dome (43,000)



(England vs Argetine at FIFA 2002 World Cup)





Sendai Stadium (20,000)



Miyagi Stadium (49,000): this stadium is infamous as the place Japan team was defeated by Turkey at the World Cup in 2002







Benihana Sports Park (20,000)






Kashima Football Stadium/Zico Stadium (42,000)










Kasamatsu Stadium (23,000).

* new stadium is under contemplation










Saitama Stadium (64,000)




Komaba Stadium (22,000)







Ichihara Seaside Stadium (19,000)

Fukda Sports Arena (19,000)







Hitachi Stadium (16,000)

Kashiwanoha Stadium (16,000)







Tokyo Football Stadium/ Ajinomoto Stadium (50,000)





National Stadium/ Kasumigaoka Stadium (61,000)










Todoroki Stadium (25,000)







Yokohama International Stadium/ Nissan Stadium (73,000)


(AC Milan vs Boca Juniors, FIFA Inter-Continental Cup / Toyota Cup Final)

(Sao Paulo vs Liverpool, FIFA Club World Championship Final)

(Brazil vs Germany, FIFA World Cup 2002 Final)





Mitsuzawa Stadium (16,000)






Hiratsuka Stadium (19,000)





Kose Sports Park Stadium (18,000)

Alwin Stadium (20,000)





Niigata Stadium/ Big Swan Stadium (43,000)









Shizuoka Stadium (51,000)




Nihondaira Stadium (21,000)






Yamaha Stadium (17,000)






Toyota Stadium (45,000)







Mizuho Stadium (28,000)





NishiKyogoku Stadium (21,000)

* constrction of new football stadium is under suspension



Expo Stadium (21,000)


* new football stadium project is in progress (completion is 2008-9)



Nagai Stadium (50,000)








Kobe Wing Stadium (42,000)





Kobe Univer Stadium (60,000)







Hiroshima Big Arch Stadium (50,000)



Momotaro Stadium (20,000)

* new football stadium is under consideration



Naruto Stadium (21,000)

* new stadium is in the works



Ehime Stadium (20,000)





Hakatanomori Stadium (23,000)







Tosu Stadium (25,000)







Oita Dome (43,000)


KK Wing Stadium (35,000)





and J Village (J-League's traning centre, 11 football turf pitches, athletic and gym facilities, swimming pools and accomodations)

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Old March 30th, 2006, 01:05 PM   #7
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colossal indoor sports arena in Tokyo area
Saitama Super Arena, Saitama City
(max 37,000)
(venue of Basketball World Championship 2006)

stadium mode (max 37,000)...basketball, volleyball, K1, ice-hocky tec.
event mode (max 27,000)...American football, futsal, flea market, etc.
concert mode (max 37,000).. concert, gym competition, etc.




Rolling Stones performs live this Sunday there as a part of Japan Tour.


Yokohama Arena, Yokohama City
(max 17,000)


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major rugby stadiums in Japan

Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Stadium (Tokyo)

Since 1947 it has been the spiritual home of Japanese rugby union.
(only 26,000)



Hanazono Rugby Stadium (Osaka)

It is the stage for the annual National High School Rugby Tournament.
(30,000)
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refurbished Fuji International Speedway (FSW) designed by Hermann Tilke
speedway stadium: capacity max 150,000!!







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The Japanese Grand Prix will move from the Honda-owned Suzuka track to Toyota’s Fuji International Speedway in 2007.
The Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper was informed by Bernie Ecclestone last Friday that Fuji has secured a multi-year contract to host the country’s grand prix.
The race has been held at Suzuka since 1987, but Fuji staged Japan’s first two world championship grands prix in 1976 and 1977.
Since being bought by Toyota in 2000 the facility has undergone a $168 million investment programme.
The news will be met with caution by many Formula 1 drivers and fans, since Suzuka is widely regarded as one of the world’s most challenging circuits.
But Ecclestone has apparently thrown Suzuka a lifeline by holding out the possibility of a second Japanese race, which would likely be badged the Pacific or Asian GP.
Suzuka president Ikuo Shimizu attended the Bahrain GP for contract talks with Ecclestone and confirmed that he will continue negotiations.
“I’m not surprised at all because I had heard the rumour [that Fuji would win the Japanese GP contract],” he said.

“I’m going to keep on negotiating.”
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moderately-sized ball parks


Azuma Stadium

Iwaki Green Stadium

Komachi Stadium

Jiungu Ball Park

Yokohama Stadium

Chiba Marine Stadium

Chiba Ball Park

Nagano Olympic Ball Park

Nagaragawa Ball Park

Toyama Alpine Stadium

Kurashiki Muscat Stadium

Bocyan Stadium

Nagasaki Ball Park

Maishima Baseball stadium

Sunmarine Stadium

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pic of newly built stand of Suzuka International Racing Course

new V-stand


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other major speedways in Japan

Tokachi international Speedway (Hokkaido)
course design by Sakurai (F1 Honda team former general manager).
WRC (Rally Japan) is held in Hokkaido under combined effort of this speedway





SUGO (Miyagi prefecture) founded by YAMAHA

Moto Cross FIM World Championship at SUGO Speedway


Motegi, Tochigi prefecture founded by HONDA
Indy Japan (Indy Car Series) at Motegi Circuit

MotoGP Pacific Grandprix at Motegi Circuit


Tsukuba Circuit (Ibaraki Prefecture)
MFJ Superbike All Japan Road Race Championship at Tsukuba Circuit


Ebisu Circuit (Fukushima Prefecture)
professional Drift Grandprix at Ebisu Circuit


Okayama Internationa Circuit (former TI Aida Circuit)
F1 Pacific Grand Prix at Okayama Inti' Circuit




Autopolis Speedway (Oita Prefecture) founded by KAWASAKI
Super GT at Autopolis
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UK memories in FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan

vs Sweden at Saitama Stadium


vs Argentina at Sapporo Dome






vs Denmark at Niigata Stadium


vs Brazil at Shizuoka Stadium






vs Nigeria at Osaka Nagai Stadium






plus, FINAL
Germany vs Brazil at Yokohama International Stadium

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The Japanese Formula One Grand Prix will switch to the Toyota-owned Fuji Speedway from Suzuka in 2007.

(BBC Sports)

Suzuka, owned by rival Japanese car manufacturer Honda, has hosted the race since 1987. Fuji was upgraded in 2005 and holds a F1 licence.

"Fuji Speedway will be the new home of Japanese F1 Grand Prix," confirmed F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

Built in 1966, Fuji hosted the first Japanese GP in 1976, when James Hunt took third to seal the drivers' title.

Hunt won the second race in 1977 but the day was marred by a crash which killed two people at trackside and there was no Japanese GP for the next 10 years.

Japan hosted two races in the 1994 and 1995 seasons, with the remote Aida circuit the venue of a second race run under the title Pacific Grand Prix.

Suzuka, renowned as one of the greatest tracks in the world, may yet host a Grand Prix next year under a similar arrangement.
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Suzuka hosts the 2007 F1 Grand Prix in spring under the title Pacific Grand Prix
(Nikkan Sports, breaking news)
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Image of Hiroshima's new professional baseball stadium is unveiled!



and pics of Sapporo Dome: the best sports dome in Japan !
Sapporo's Fighters won the Japan Champ this season!

(from the nearest subway station)

(open arena)

(one of the largest dome in the world!)
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Sapporo Dome to be the venue of world's first indoor cross country skiing for Asia's first FIS Nordic World Ski Championships


FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Sapporo.2007 (Feb.22 - Mar.4)
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Tokyo race track

It is world's largest turf vision and the main stand




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Japanese soccer stadiums

Japanese soccer stadiums, anyone got pics? http://www.footballstadiums.vze.com has got some, but those are small pics.
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