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Zozo Marine Stadium ZOZOマリンスタジアム

Zozo Marine Stadium Zozo Marine Stadium
Zozo Marine Stadium Zozo Marine Stadium

Take yourself out to the ball game Japanese style

Japanese baseball fans are often called the world's most fervent baseball fans. With highly organized cheering squads and deafening stadiums, seeing a game in Japan is a truly unique experience. Zozo Marine Stadium in Chiba is home to the Chiba Lotte Marines and a great place to catch a game.

Quick Facts

The stadium is one of the stages in the video game Tekken

The stadium made a cameo in Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II, in which Godzilla predictably destroyed it

It has hosted concerts for artists such as Madonna and Lady Gaga

How to Get There

Access Zozo Marine Stadium by rail.

Zozo Marine Stadium is about a 15-minute walk from JR Kaihin-Makuhari Station on the Keiyo Line, which runs from Tokyo Station. It's also not far from Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea at JR Maihama Station.

Big-name events

Zozo Marine Stadium opened in 1990 and was originally called Chiba Marine Stadium. It holds 30,000 people and hosts mostly baseball, although it's also a venue for the Summer Sonic music festival.

Just like back home

While the enthusiastic cheering might seem a bit odd to you, many of Zozo Marine Stadium's sights are familiar. Food and drink vendors move about the crowd hawking stadium food and beer just like any other stadium around the world.

Fireworks in the summer

In addition to baseball games and concerts, Zozo Marine Stadium also has a fantastic fireworks display that lights up the summer night. It's also located right on the beach of Tokyo Bay.

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* The information on this page may be subject to change due to COVID-19.


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