Kusatsu Green Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Danjo Park in Kusatsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
Occasionally the BC League's Ocean Shiga Blacks plays games there.
Getting to the Stadium
The distance from Kusatsu Station to this venue is about 3 kilometers, and although there is no city bus service, it is not frequent, so this venue is basically accessible by car.
For parking, please check the website of the event organizer.
During normal times, there is a parking lot at the park.
JR Kyoto Station to JR Kusatsu Station
About 20 minutes
If you are coming from a distant place such as the Kanto region, you will probably use the Shinkansen. Therefore, you may want to use Kyoto Station as a base to watch the game, or head for Kusatsu from Kyoto Station.
The JR Biwako Line connects Kyoto Station to Kusatsu Station.
From Kusatsu Station to the venue
It is about 3 km from the station to the venue, and although there are city buses, they are not very frequent.
Be sure to check the timetable and also check the return time with the driver at the site.
The closest bus stop to the park is "Hutoba".
About the Stadium
Location：161 Shimogasa-cho, Kusatsu City, Shiga, 525-0029
(Infield seats 355 / Lawn seats approx. 1,500)
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Shiga as a reference for planning your trip.
Otsu is only a 10-minute train ride away from Kyoto, making it an easy city to reach using Kyoto as a base. Therefore, Otsu and Kyoto are a combination of cities where you can enjoy sightseeing and watching games as a set without difficulty.
The following is a guide to transportation in Otsu, Kusatsu, and Moriyama.
Otsu Station is near Lake Biwa, and there are several high-class hotels near Lake Biwa.
However, the number of hotels as a whole is not that large, so you may want to compare it to Kyoto.
The most popular sightseeing spots around Otsu Station are Miidera Temple and Lake Biwa.
The following is a list of sightseeing spots in the Otsu, Kusatsu, and Moriyama areas.
When it comes to Shiga Prefecture, "Omi beef" becomes famous.
It is said to be one of the three most famous Japanese cattle along with Matsuzaka beef and Kobe beef.
You should definitely try it in your hometown.
Funa-zushi (funa-zushi) is also well known as a local dish of Shiga.
There is a tourist information center at Otsu Station, so I recommend that you check there to see where you can eat it.