Nanyo Citizen Gymnasium is the gymnasium that hosts home games for the Yamagata Wyvans of the B-League.
Getting to the Stadium
The nearest station to the gymnasium is Nanyo Shiyakusho Station, which is a 30-minute walk from the station.
The train that runs through Nanyo Shiyakusho Station is the Yamagata Railway Flower Nagai Line, which runs about once an hour.
You can get to the last station, Akayu, and take the Shinkansen or the Yamagata Line, but for night games, it is unlikely that you will be able to make it in time for the last train, so basically, you should try to access the venue by car.
For parking information, we recommend you check the team's official website.
About the Stadium
Location 1096 Mitsumadori, Nanyo City, Yamagata Prefecture 999-2232, Japan
Home Team Yamagata Wyevans
Opened: September 1996
Before your trip, we have compiled some basic information about Yamagata for your reference.
If you are coming to Yonezawa from the Tokyo metropolitan area, you will have to use the Shinkansen.
If you take the Yamagata Shinkansen, the journey from Tokyo to Yonezawa will take about 2 to 2 hours and 15 minutes.
If you are flying, Yamagata Airport is located in the direction of Yamagata City.
To get to Yonezawa from Yamagata Airport, take a bus from the airport to the nearest station, which takes about 40 minutes, and then take the Yamagata Line to Yonezawa, which takes about 50 minutes.
Here is a guide on how to get to the Yonezawa area and how to get around the city.
Yonezawa Station is where the Shinkansen stops, but there aren't that many hotels up to the station.
There are not that many hotels in the Yonezawa area, but the area around Uesugi Shrine is a bit busier than the area in front of the station, so there are a few more hotels in this area. Here is a selection of hotels in the Yonezawa area.
Sightseeing in Yonezawa is likely to center on the hot springs in the slightly outlying areas, but there is also the Uesugi Shrine in the city.
Here is a selection of sightseeing spots in the Yonezawa area.
Yonezawa beef is one of the most famous products of Yonezawa.
As you would expect from a high-class beef, it is expensive, but it is one of the must-try specialties when you come to Yonezawa.