1310561001_200 Tokyo Dome (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

Tokyo Dome (東京ドーム), located in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, is Japan’s first all-weather multipurpose stadium. It is the home stadium of the Yomiuri Giants of the Central League professional baseball team and is used mainly for baseball games. It is also used for various events, concerts and exhibitions.

1310401001_51 Meiji Jingu Baseball Stadium (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

Meiji Jingu Baseball Stadium, located in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, is a full-fledged stadium known as the home of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows professional baseball team, and is also the site of Tokyo Rokugaku University baseball league games, East Tokyo High School Baseball Tournament, West Tokyo Baseball Tournament, and baseball tournaments for working adults. It is generally known as Jingu Stadium.

1310401001_70 Meiji Jingu No.2 Stadium (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

Meiji Jingu Daini Kyujo is a baseball stadium located in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, and is used as a golf practice field when not in use for baseball games of the Tokyo Metropolitan University Baseball League Second Division and the Tokyo Regional Qualifying Round of the National High School Baseball Tournament.

1310401003_51 Nishitoyama Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Nishitoyama Park in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, has an all-artificial turf field with 90-meter wings and 90-meter center field, and is equipped with nighttime lighting facilities. The fee is 5,100 yen for two hours per section and 6,300 yen per hour for the use of lighting facilities.

1312301003_71-2 Edogawa Ward General Recreation Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

The Edogawa-ku Baseball Stadium at the Sogo Recreation Park in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, is a full-fledged stadium with a capacity of 4,000 with a 118-meter center field, 90-meter wings, night lighting facilities and an electric scoreboard.

1312301010_62-5 Rinkai Ball Stadium (Edogawa-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Rinkai Ball Field in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, is a facility built on top of the Kasai Water Reclamation Center of the Bureau of Sewerage. The baseball field has four grounds (for use by elementary school students), and two grounds are available for use by junior high school students and older. The baseball field is fully equipped with nighttime lighting and can be used for night games.

1311201002_81-2 Komazawa Olympic Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Komazawa Olympic Park in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, has facilities for hardball and softball (120 m for center field, 91 m for both wings, and seats 1307 spectators) with nighttime lighting and a softball field.

1312101001_101-3 Toshi Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Toneri Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo is located in the D (southwest) block of the park. The baseball field is equipped with night lighting and is surrounded by a fence. There are two baseball fields available in the facility.

1312101002_61-2 Higashi Ayase Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

Higashi-Ayase Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo has three baseball fields available for use, with an hourly rate of 1,200 yen on weekdays and 1,500 yen on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. Access is a 10-minute walk from Kita Ayase Station.

1312101008_61-2 Nishiarai Midori Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Nishiarai Midori Koen (Nishi-Arai Midori Park) in Adachi-ku, Tokyo is surrounded by a fence and is used for youth baseball games. The field is dirt and is equipped with a simple covered bench, scoreboard and back net.

1311201005_14-2-2 Okura Sports Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Okura Undo Koen in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo is a 93-meter center field, 77.5-meter wingspan, and is equipped with nighttime lighting. It can be used for softball, softball and Little League (hardball).

1310901001_51-2 Oi Futo Central Seaside Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Oi Futo Central Seaside Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, has six softball fields in addition to Ota Stadium. 4 of the 6 fields are equipped with nighttime lighting so that baseball can be enjoyed during night games.

1312001002_71-2 Oizumi Central Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Oizumi Chuo Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward is a full-scale stadium with dirt infield and natural grass outfield. The fee is 1,200 yen per hour on weekdays and 1,500 yen per hour on weekends and holidays. Night games are also available for an additional 1,500 yen per hour for night time lighting.

1312001001_81-2 Johoku Central Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

Johoku Chuo Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward has two baseball fields and two small baseball fields that can be used for youth baseball and softball. The baseball fields are available for use for 1,200 yen per hour on weekdays and 1,500 yen per hour on weekends and holidays. An additional 1,500 yen per hour is charged for nighttime lighting.

1310701002_62-2 Sumida Park (Taito Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at the Riverside Sports Center in Sumida Park in Sumida and Taito wards of Tokyo has a youth baseball field surrounded by a fence and a baseball field with nighttime lighting facilities. The Tokyo Sky Tree can be seen from the stadium.

1310701003_51 Kinshi Park (Sumida-ku, Tokyo)

Kinshi Park Baseball Ground in Sumida-ku, Tokyo has two fields and is used for softball and softball. There is a night lighting system and it can be used until 20:30. The fee is 1,900 yen for 2 hours on weekdays and 2,100 yen for 2 hours on weekends and holidays.

1311701004_51-2 Jujo Central Park (Kita Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Jujo Chuo Park in Kita-ku, Tokyo has two fields, A-side and B-side, and is fully equipped with nighttime lighting. 2,400 yen per field for two hours, and a nighttime lighting fee of 6,000 yen is available. The nighttime lighting fee is 6,000 yen.

1310010001_51 Mejirodai Sports Park (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

The Mejirodai Undo Koen (Mejirodai Sports Park) in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, has a tank-like plaza that can be used as two baseball fields (east and west sides) or one soccer field. The park is open to the public every Wednesday, 2nd Sunday, 4th Saturday and on days when the facilities are not in use (irregular).

1311901003_71-3 Johoku Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Johoku Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, has two grounds, Ground A and Ground B, and is fully equipped with nighttime lighting. The fields are maintained with artificial turf and the area around the bases is dirt. The fee for use is 2,200 yen for 2 hours and 4,000 yen per hour for nighttime lighting.

1311901006_71-2 Higashi Itabashi Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Higashi Itabashi Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, is a dirt field used for youth baseball and softball and is surrounded by a fence. It is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

1321001001_501-2 Koganei Park (Koganei City, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Koganei Park in Koganei City, Tokyo, has an infield of dirt and an outfield of natural grass. Benches and scoreboards are available for use for 1,200 yen per hour or less on weekdays, and 1,500 yen per hour or less on weekends and holidays.

1311401002_51-2 Kamitakada Park (Nakano Ward, Tokyo)

Nakanokamitakada Park in Nakano Ward, Tokyo is located near Kuzubashi and Kitahara Bridge along the Myoshoji River, about a 10-minute walk from the north exit of Araiyakushi Station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line, and has a baseball field and tennis court facilities. Nearby are Ochiai Park and Nishi-Ochiai Park in Shinjuku Ward, which are within walking distance.

1311101012_71-2 Higashi Chofu Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Higashi Chofu Park in Ota Ward, Tokyo, has 87-meter wings and a 100-meter center field, and is equipped with nighttime lighting. The outfield is made of natural grass and the infield is made of dirt.

1310201002_61 Hamacho Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Hamacho Park in Chuo-ku, Tokyo, has two sand-filled artificial grass fields in the Hamacho Sports Ground. It is a multi-purpose sports ground that can be used for softball and softball as well as soccer. The facilities include night lighting, benches, and spectator seating.

1320701001_51 Showa Park (Akishima City, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Showa Park in Akishima City, Tokyo is officially called Akishima Municipal Baseball Stadium and has 97 meters for both wings and 121 meters for the center field, night lighting facilities, main stands, infield stands and outfield stands. The infield is dirt and the outfield is natural grass.

1321801003_51 Fussa Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

Located in Fussa Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, the Fussa Municipal Baseball Stadium is a 90m long both wings, 115m long in the middle, with an infield of dirt and an outfield of artificial turf. It is equipped with nighttime lighting and is used for softball and hardball for junior high school students and younger.

1322401007_51-3 Ipposugi Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The baseball stadium at Ipponsugi Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has a capacity of approximately 2,000 with 91-meter wingspan and 120-meter center field, and is fully equipped with nighttime lighting. The stadium is also known as the site of Yutaka Enatsu’s retirement ceremony in 1985, and is currently the site of the Nishi-Tokyo National High School Baseball Championships.

1320301003_71-3 Midorimachi Fureai Hiroba (Musashino-shi, Tokyo)

The Musashino Municipal Musashino Soft Baseball Field at Midorimachi Fureai Hiroba is 103 meters wide in the middle and 87 meters wide on both sides, and can be used for youth baseball, softball and softball. The outfield field is natural grass and the infield field is dirt. The adjacent clubhouse has shower facilities and changing rooms.

1320101008_61-2 Kamiyuzuki Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Kamiyugi Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo is located in the Kamiyugi area of the park and is a full-scale stadium with a capacity of 3,000 people, 98 meters for both wings and 122 meters for the center field. The field level is dirt on the infield and natural grass on the outfield. In the past, official games of the Eastern League have been held here.

1320601004_81-2 Musashino Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)

Musashino Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo, is a facility for softball games with a dirt infield and natural grass outfield. The field is equipped with nighttime lighting and can be used for night games. The perimeter is fenced, and benches and back nets are provided.

1322501004_61-2 Wakabadai Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Wakabadai Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, is located in the multi-purpose plaza of the park and is 88 meters wide for both wings and 97 meters wide for the center field. It is equipped with nighttime lighting so that you can enjoy baseball games at night. It is also used as a youth soccer field.

1320601005_81-2 Fuchu City Folk Forest Park (Fuchu City, Tokyo)

Fuchu City Homeland Park in Fuchu City, Tokyo, has eight baseball fields: four at the Homeland Park No. 1 Baseball Ground and four at the Homeland Park No. 2 Baseball Ground. Each of these fields is suitable for softball, and the first field is equipped with nighttime lighting.

1322301002_51-2 Dainan Park (Musashimurayama City, Tokyo)

The baseball field at Ohminami Park in Musashimurayama City, Tokyo, is a facility for softball and softball play and is equipped with nighttime lighting. The infield is dirt and the outfield is natural grass.

1310901001_91-2 Ota Stadium (Ota-ku, Tokyo)

Ota Stadium (ward-owned) at Oi Futo Central Seaside Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, was built in 1995 and is entirely made of water-permeable artificial turf. The stadium is 97.6 meters wide for both wings and 122 meters wide for the center field, and has a seating capacity of 3,338 including seats in the infield and grass seats in the outfield. The stadium is equipped with six night lights and can be used for night games.

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