This Port Authority polo is 65% polyester, 35% cotton, making it the perfect blend of both durability and comfort. It features the JapanBall logo on the chest, and a classic three button placket.
One thing to note about this polo shirt is that its sizes run a little large. This means if you usually wear a medium, you might want to consider getting a small for a more fitted look. However, if you prefer your polo shirts to have a slightly loose fit, then you can stick with your regular size.
These one of a kind t-shirts are hand-dyed by JapanBall President Shane Barclay!
100% cotton Bella + Canvas t-shirt featuring the JapanBall logo on the front, and a Ballpark Blueprints map of the NPB stadiums on the back!
Please note: The map on the back of these specific shirts includes Sapporo Dome (not Es Con Field Hokkaido), as well as both Kyocera Dome Osaka and Hotto Motto Field for the Orix Buffaloes stadium.
*We offer two different versions of this map:
- Kyocera Dome Osaka as the stadium of the Orix Buffaloes
- Both the Kyocera Dome Osaka and Hotto Motto Field (the Buffaloes second home).
This T-shirt depicts the 12* NPB parks in a way that only the brilliant artists of Ballpark Blueprints can. From the brand new state-of-the-art Es Con Field Hokkaido, to the five in the Tokyo region, and all the way down to Hiroshima and Fukuoka, each ballpark has its own unique architectural charm or flare, and it’s captured on this map!
To learn more about the NPB ballparks, check out our stadium profiles.
Hanshin Koshien Stadium – one of baseball’s most legendary ballparks, right up there with Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. It is one of few ballparks in the world still in use where Babe Ruth played; in fact, a monument to The Babe stands in the plaza outside of the ballpark.
Opened in 1924 to host Japan’s annual high school baseball championship, Koshien Stadium still hosts Japan’s two premier annual high school tournaments and, in doing so, temporarily kicks out its more frequent home team – NPB’s Hanshin Tigers. For an in-depth look at the Koshien high school championship, read this first-hand experience or check out the amazing documentary by Ema Ryan Yamazaki.
With ivy on its outside walls, one of the most raucous baseball fanbases in the world, and a team with a fascinating history, Koshien Stadium is a treasure. For more on this legendary ballpark, read our Koshien Stadium profile.
Es Con Field Hokkaido is NPB’s newest and sleekest ballpark, officially replacing the Sapporo Dome as home of the Fighters in March 2023. The state-of-the-art ballpark’s showcase piece is a massive glass wall beyond the outfield wall that supports a traditional Hokkaido-style gable roof. Inspired by the Texas Rangers’ Globe Life Field, Es Con Field is NPB’s first foray into the suburban ballpark village concept; it is surrounded by 80 acres of green space and retail.
For more on this legendary ballpark, read our Es Con Field Hokkaido profile.
The Tokyo Dome is the center of the Japanese baseball world. The country’s most famous and beloved team, the Tokyo Yomiuri Giants, plays their home games in this stadium located in the heart of Tokyo. Affectionately referred to as “The Big Egg” for its resemblance to an egg from the outside, the Tokyo Dome and its home team are the epitome of Japanese baseball.
Many of NPB’s biggest stars have played their home games at the Tokyo Dome, and all of the legends are enshrined in the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame, which is located in the Dome.
To learn more about the Tokyo Dome, see our stadium profile page.