Matto Comprehensive Sports Park Gymnasium is the arena where the Kanazawa Bushidan of the B-League play their home games in Ishikawa Prefecture (the main arena is the Kanazawa City General Gymnasium, but they sometimes play a few games a year in other cities).
Matto Comprehensive Sports Park is located across the street from Hakusan City Hall.
Getting to the Stadium
The Gymnasium is located in Matto Comprehensive Sports Park.
There are the following ways to get to the venue.
Parking at the park may not be available on event days, so please be sure to check the announcement by the organizer.
There is a parking lot in the park where the arena is located.
Nearest Station: Matto Station on the Hokuriku Line
It is about 1.5 km from Matto Station on the Hokuriku Line to Matto Sports Park, which is about 20 minutes away.
For example, if you are coming from Kanazawa Station, you can take the Hokuriku Line and arrive at Matto Station in a little over 10 minutes.
From there, it is only a 20-minute walk to the park, so it takes about 30 minutes to get there from Kanazawa Station.
About the Stadium
Location：4-22 Kuramitsu, Hakusan City, Ishikawa
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Ishikawa as a reference for planning your trip.
Professional Sports Teams in Ishikawa
（1）"Getting There & Around" Komatsu, Kaga
To get to the Komatsu/Kaga area, you can basically take the Shinkansen to Kanazawa, rent a car, and transfer to a conventional train, or if you are coming from the Kansai area, take the limited express train.
If you take the Hokuriku Shinkansen from Tokyo, it takes about three hours to get to Kanazawa.
From the Kansai area, it takes about 2 hours and 20 to 2 hours and 30 minutes to reach Komatsu and Kaga Onsen in Ishikawa Prefecture by limited express train "Thunderbird". From Nagoya, it takes about 2 hours and 4 minutes by the limited express Shirasagi.
Komatsu has its own airport, with domestic flights from Haneda, Sapporo, Fukuoka, and Naha.
From the airport, you can take a bus to the station, and then take a train to Kaga Onsen, Kanazawa, or Ashihara Onsen, Fukui.
（2）"Where to Stay" in Komatsu, Kaga
Kaga is famous for its "Kaga Onsen" (hot springs), so you can use this as your base.
Kanazawa is not too far away, so if you are thinking of a business hotel or a high-grade hotel, you may want to use Kanazawa as your base.
Kanazawa is a major tourist city in the Hokuriku region.
Famous foreign hotel chains have set up hotels in front of the station, and Kanazawa is a city with many high-ranked hotels in the Hokuriku area.
The following is a selection of hotels in the Komatsu and Kaga areas.
（3）"What to Do & See" in Komatsu, Kaga
Komatsu has the Hideki Matsui Baseball Museum.
Kaga has hot springs. The rest of the city, when it comes to sightseeing, you will have to go to Kanazawa.
Kenrokuen Garden, the biggest tourist spot in Kanazawa, is said to be one of the three most famous gardens in Japan, along with Korakuen Garden in Okayama City and Kairakuen Garden in Mito City. It is about two kilometers from Kanazawa Station.
At Higashi Chaya-machi, you can see the old streets full of emotion and enjoy meals.
The following is a selection of sightseeing spots in the Komatsu and Kaga areas.
（4）"What & Where to Eat" in Komatsu, Kaga
Ishikawa is a famous tourist city where you can enjoy both the sea and the mountains, so you have many choices of places to eat. You can eat ”nodoguro (red mullet)," Kanazawa curry, and gold leaf soft ice cream. The Hokuriku region is famous for its seafood, and especially in winter (December to February), yellowtail is in season and is also delicious.