Ballpark Takaoka is the stadium where the BC League's Toyama Thunderbirds play their home games.
Getting to the Stadium
Ballpark Takaoka is located in the Takaoka Seibu General Park.
For access by car, there is a parking lot in the park.
If you are coming from the highway, you can see the stadium from the highway.There is a parking lot for about 500 cars in the park.
The closest station to the stadium is Nishitakaoka Station on the Ainokaze Toyama Railway.
The nearest station to the stadium is Nishitakaoka Station on the Ainokaze Toyama Railway, which connects Toyama and Nishi-Takaoka Stations, which is about 25 minutes away.
It takes about 25 minutes from Toyama Station to Nishitakaoka Station, and a 20-minute walk from Nishitakaoka Station to the ballpark.
About the Stadium
It is a beautiful ballpark with green natural grass.
The back of the back net has a roof and the seats are beautifully made.
Location: 1 Chidorioka-cho, Takaoka City, Toyama 933-0337, Japan
Surface: Natural grass
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Toyama as a reference for planning your trip.
If you take the Hokuriku Shinkansen from Tokyo, you can reach Toyama in about 2 hours and 10 minutes.
From the Kansai area, you can take the limited express Thunderbird to Kanazawa in Ishikawa Prefecture, and then transfer to a private railway to Toyama Station.
From Nagoya, it takes about 4 hours by the limited express Hida.
You can also take an airplane. There are several flights from Haneda and one flight from Sapporo to Toyama Kitokito Airport.
The airport is about 8 kilometers away from the center of Toyama City, and it takes about 15 minutes by car. Buses are also available from the airport to the city.
If you want to go to Takaoka City, it will take about 20 minutes from Toyama Station on the Ainokaze Toyama Railway Line.
In Toyama Prefecture, large cities are clustered on the Toyama Bay side, so it is easy to reach Takaoka, Uozu, and Kurobe City by car from Toyama City, but I think you can get around more smoothly if you consider the location of your destination.
If you stay in the Takaoka area, you will have easy access to Ishikawa Prefecture and Shirakawa-go, and if you stay in Kurobe City, you will have easy access to Kurobe Gorge.
We have picked out hotels in Takaoka and Imizu.
Takaoka City has become the birthplace of Fujiko F. Fujio, and there are many things to see and do in the city, including galleries.
Although it is a bit far from the city, Kaioumaru Park and Ameharu Beach are also good sightseeing spots.
The following is a selection of sightseeing spots in Takaoka and Imizu.
Toyama is famous for its trout sushi.
In the winter (December to February), cold yellowtail is in season and is also excellent.
It is cold in the winter, but one of the charms of the Hokuriku region is that you can enjoy the food.
In Toyama, there is a restaurant called Toyama Bay Sushi that offers a set of local ingredients. This is a great service for travelers.
In addition to seafood, you can also enjoy Toyama Black Ramen.