City Light Stadium

City Light Stadium is located in Okayama City and is also known as Momotaro Stadium. It is an athletic stadium-type stadium and is the home of Fagiano Okayama FC of the J-League.

Getting to the Stadium

From JR Okayama Station to City Light Stadium takes less than 10 minutes by city bus, and about 25 minutes by walk.

By Bus

From Bus Terminal No. 7 at the Korakuen Exit (East Exit) of JR Okayama Station. Take a bus bound for
- Tsudakadai Danchi/Handayama Heights
- Okayama Iryo Center/Kokurittsu Byoin
- Yoshimune Keiyu Karako
and get off at "Sports Center Mae."

From the West Exit Bus Stop of JR Okayama Station
Take a bus bound for "Okayama University/Okayama University of Science (#47)." and Get off at "Sports Center Mae".

By Car

There are a total of 1,000 parking spaces around the stadium. Parking fee is 1,000 yen.

About the Stadium

City Light Stadium is an athletic field type stadium with natural grass. The capacity is about 20,000 people, with about 8,200 people in the main stands, 7,400 people in the back stands, and the rest in the grass area of the corner stands. The main stand is basically covered by a roof, so it is less affected by the weather, but the back stand does not have a roof.

Address: 2-1-11 Izumicho, Kita-ku, Okayama, Okayama,
Capacity: 20,000
Home Team: Fagiano Okayama FC
Surface: Natural grass
Opened: 1957, 2003 (expansion)

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Travel Tips & Information

Here is the basic information about Okayama as a reference for planning your trip.
Professional Sports Teams in Okayama prefecture 

1. "Getting there & Around" Okayama

If you are going to Okayama from cities such as Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, or Fukuoka, you generally take the Shinkansen. The following is a guide on how to get to Okayama and how to get around in Okayama City.

2. "Where to Stay" in Okayama

Places to stay in the Okayama area are around Okayama Station and Korakuen Garden.

3. "What to Do & See" in Okayama

There are many sightseeing attractions in Okayama City, such as Korakuen Garden and Okayama Castle.

4. "What / Where to Eat" in Okayama

Okayama has a variety of gourmet specialties such as Okonomiyaki with Oysters (Japanese savoury pancake), Demi cutlets, and Hormone udon and more.


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