Fujieda Sports Park Soccer Stadium is located in Fujieda City, Shizuoka Prefecture, and is the home stadium of Fujieda MYFC of the J-League.
Getting to the Stadium
From JR Fujieda Station on the JR Tokaido Line, take the Fujieda City Bus ”Fujieda Station Yuraku Line,” get off at Sogo Undo Koen Iriguchi, and walk 10 minutes. Or take a 15-minute cab ride from JR Fujieda Station.
As there are nearly 1400 parking spaces in the entire park, the venue is basically designed to be reached by car.
About the Stadium
Location: 100 Hara, Fujieda, Shizuoka,
Home Team: Fujieda MYFC
Surface: Natural grass
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Shizuoka as a reference for planning your trip.
Shizuoka Prefecture is a long, horizontal prefecture. The Hamamatsu area is on the Aichi side, while Shizuoka City is right in the middle.
If you are coming from Tokyo, you should take the Shinkansen.
Although the Nozomi does not stop here, the Hikari train connects Tokyo and Shizuoka in about one hour. To get to Shimizu, take the Tokaido Line from Shizuoka Station.
Although there are some hotels around Shizuoka Station, there are not that many accommodations in the area.
Since the Shinkansen runs until late, you will probably have to travel to Tokyo, Nagoya, or Osaka after the game.
Here are some suggestions for hotels in the Shizuoka and Shimizu areas, including those for sightseeing in Shizuoka the next day.
Fuji, and Miho-no-Matsubara in Shimizu City is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Shizuoka. The pine trees on the shore, the sea and Mt. Fuji are just like the world of Utagawa Hiroshige's Ukiyo. There is also a museum in Shimizu called Chibimaruko-chan Land.
Shizuoka City has a bronze statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu, so I think Shimizu City has more to offer in terms of sightseeing.
In Shizuoka Prefecture, Hamamatsu is famous for its dumplings and eels.
Hamamatsu is famous for its dumplings and eel.
Here is a selection of stores in the Shizuoka and Shimizu areas.