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Yokohama Stadium

by Trevor Raichura

Home of the Yokohama DeNa BayStars (Team Page)

Photo: Russel Tiffin (IG: @npb.stadiums.tour)

Photo: Russel Tiffin (IG: @npb.stadiums.tour)

Opened in: 1978

Stadium Capacity: 34,046

Dimensions: LF & RF: 94.2 m (309 ft) / CF: 117.7 m (386 ft)

Description: Nicknamed “Hamasta” (YokoHAMA STAdium) by the locals, Yokohama Stadium seats over 34,000 and boasts great views of the field all around. The field dimensions are quite short, but the 5-meter-high wall along the outfield prevents this from being the most hitter-friendly park in NPB. Still, it leans more towards helping batters than pitchers.

Located in the middle of Yokohama Park near Kannai Station, it is a short walk away from Yokohama’s delightful Chinatown and beautiful waterfront promenade. Due to its convenient access, nice surroundings, and ability to absorb large crowds, Yokohama Stadium is the primary baseball venue for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.


Access: Two-minute walk from JR Kannai station (Keihin Tohoku/Negishi line, Yokohama subway line) or three-minute walk from Nihon Odori station (Minatomirai subway line).

Stadium Photos

Stadium Tickets

Team and Stadium Contact:
Yokohama DeNA BayStars
Kannai Arai Bldg. 7F
1-8 Ogami-machi
Naka-ku, Yokahama 231-0015
Phone: Unlisted