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Post Tour

by Brandon Yano

Witness the Japanese Game on Hallowed Grounds

September 16-21: Three Games, Two Cities, Five Days

Koshien Stadium. Meiji Jingu Stadium. For followers of the Japanese game, these grounds are sacred. Both ballparks are relics of the days before professional baseball in Japan, when amateur baseball and its purity ruled the athletic scene. Hanshin Koshien Stadium opened in 1924 to host the famed National High School Baseball Championship and Meiji Jingu Stadium opened in 1926 to host intercollegiate competition. They are two of the oldest active professional ballparks in the world and among the few remaining where both Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig played.  

Catch games in both of these stadiums and then head south to Japan’s second-biggest city, Yokohama, to catch a ballgame at beautiful Yokohama Stadium, recently renovated to accommodate the Tokyo Olympics.  You can also opt to add a Giants game at the Tokyo Dome before the formal Post Tour starts!

This tour can be paired with our Main Tour or in part with the Tokyo Main Tour (contact us via the form below for more info). 

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Price

As an add-on to the Main Tour:

$1,712 double occupancy

$192 single supplement

As a stand-alone tour:

$1,862 double occupancy

$192 single supplement

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