Genki Field Sendai is a stadium that opened in 2007.
It is a stadium where the Rakuten Eagles held their grand opening ceremony and where international softball tournaments have been held.
Getting to the Stadium
From Sendai Station, it is about a 15-minute walk from Kozuru-Shinden Station using the JR Senseki Line.
There are parking lots around the stadium, but they may be restricted depending on the event, so please be sure to check with the organizers beforehand.
About the Stadium
Location 4-1-1, Shindahigashi, Miyagino-ku, Sendai City, Miyagi 983-0039, Japan
Opened: May 21, 2007
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Miyagi as a reference for planning your trip.
If you are coming to Sendai from the Tokyo metropolitan area, the Shinkansen is a convenient way to get there.
If you take the Tohoku Shinkansen, the distance between Tokyo and Sendai is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours.
If you are flying, after arriving at Sendai Airport, take the Sendai Airport Access Line from the airport to Sendai Station, which takes about 25 minutes (slightly faster if you take the rapid train).
Here is a guide on how to get to Sendai and Matsushima area and how to get around the city.
Matsushima, one of the biggest tourist attractions in Miyagi Prefecture, can be reached on a day trip by car or train, using Sendai as a base.
Sendai is the largest city in the Tohoku region, so there are many hotel options centered around the train station.
Here is a selection of hotels in the Sendai and Matsushima area.
The biggest sightseeing spot in Sendai and Matsushima is Matsushima, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan.
Matsushima is easy to get to from Sendai, about 40 minutes away by car, and about the same by train.
Here is a selection of sightseeing spots in the Sendai-Matsushima area.
When you think of Sendai, Gyutan is probably the first specialty that comes to mind. There are also famous souvenirs such as Haginozuki and Kamome no Tamago.