Sanga Stadium by KYOCERA (Kyoto Stadium)

Completed in 2020, Sanga Stadium by KYOCERA is the home of Kyoto Sanga F.C. of the J-League. The Sanga Stadium by KYOCERA is located just off JR Kameoka Station and is easily accessible from the station. The seating area of Sanga Stadium is made up of two levels. Since it is a soccer-specific stadium, it's easy to watch the game no matter where you sit.

Getting to the Stadium

From JR Kyoto Station

Take the Sagano Line from JR Kyoto Station and get off at Kameoka Station. It takes about 30 minutes from Kyoto Station to Kameoka Station. (about 20 minutes if you take the rapid/Kaisoku train.) The stadium is located right outside Kameoka Station.

Take the Sagano Romantic(Torokko) Train to the Sanga Stadium

The Sagano Romantic Train, a famous sightseeing train in Kyoto, connects Torokko Saga Station and Torokko Kameoka Station, but Torokko Kameoka Station is not JR Kameoka Station, where Sanga Stadium is located.

If you want to go to the game after sightseeing in Arashiyama by the Sagano Romantic Train, you can get to the stadium by the following directions.

-Take the Sagano Romantic Train to Torokko Kameoka Station.
-Get off at Trolley Kameoka and walk about 10 minutes to JR Umahori Station.
-From JR Umahori Station, take the JR Sagano Line one stop to JR Kameoka   Station.

Official Website: Sagano Romantic/Torokko Train

How to get to JR Kameoka Station from Torokko Kameoka Station

About the Stadium

Completed in 2020, Sanga Stadium by KYOCERA is the home of Kyoto Sanga F.C. of the J-League. The Sanga Stadium by KYOCERA is located just off JR Kameoka Station and is easily accessible from the station. The seating area of Sanga Stadium is made up of two levels. Since it is a soccer-specific stadium, it's easy to watch the game no matter where you sit.

Address: Oiwakecho, Kameoka, Kyoto
Capacity: 21,600
Home Team: Kyoto Sanga F.C.
Surface: Natural grass
Opened: 2020

First-floor Seating

Side

Corner

Behind the goal line

Second-floor Seating

Side

Corner

Behind the goal line.

About the Roof

As you can see in the picture below, although the roof covers the first-floor seats, it will blow in if it rains, and the front row of the first-floor seats will get wet.

If you don't want to get wet, the back row of the first-floor seats or the second-floor seats is better.

Explore Kyoto

Travel Tips & Information

Here is the basic information about Kyoto as a reference for planning your trip.

Basic information on professional sports teams in Kyoto

1. "Getting there & Around" Kameoka, Kyoto

If you are coming from Tokyo, it takes about 2 hours and 15 minutes to get to Kyoto by the bullet train Nozomi.
Kyoto does not have an airport, so if you are coming from Kansai International Airport, you will need to allow about 2 hours, and if you are coming from Itami Airport, you will need to allow a little over an hour.

2. "Where to Stay" in Kameoka, Kyoto

There are many hotels in the vicinity of Kyoto Station, ranging from high class to economy hotels. The city bus is basically the most convenient way to go sightseeing in the city, so it is better to stay near Kyoto Station if you want to watch the games and go sightseeing.

3. "What to Do & See" in Kameoka, Kyoto

It is one of the most popular tourist areas in Japan.
There are so many places to visit in Kyoto, including Kinkakuji Temple, Ginkakuji Temple, and Kiyomizu Temple, that you will have to narrow down your choices.
Here is a guide to some of the most popular tourist spots.

4. "What / Where to Eat" in Kameoka, Kyoto

You can enjoy Japanese cuisine such as Yudofu, Hamo, Yuba, and Kyoto vegetables.
Let's find your favorite dishes and restaurants and go out to eat.

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News

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