Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium is the home of Kawasaki Frontale. It is located in Todoroki Ryokuchi Park, which is also home to the Kawasaki City Todoroki Arena, the home of the Kawasaki Brave Sanders, and the newly renovated Todoroki Stadium.
Address: 1-1, Todoroki, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Home Team: Kawasaki Frontale
Surface: Natural grass
●Musashi Kosugi Station (JR & Tokyu Line)
The nearest station to the stadium is Musashi Kosugi Station. There are several ways to get to Musashi-Kosugi Station from major stations in Tokyo.
JR Yokosuka Line from Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station.
JR Nambu line from Kawasaki station.
Tokyu Toyoko Line from Shibuya Station
JR Shonan Shinjuku Line from Shinjuku Station.
The stadium is about 2 kilometers away from the station, and it is a bit far to walk.
On game days, an extra bus runs directly between the north exit of Musashi-Kosugi Station and the stadium (main square). The bus runs between the north exit of Musashi Kosugi Station and the stadium (main square). The extra buses will start running two hours before kickoff on weekdays and three hours before kickoff on weekends.
●Shin-Maruko Station (Tokyu Toyoko Line)
From Shin-Maruko Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line, it takes about 20 minutes to walk to the stadium. However, only local trains stop at Shin-Maruko Station, so if you are coming from Shibuya or Yokohama, you will need to change trains on the way to the stadium if you are taking an express or limited express train.
About the Stadium
Shaded & Covered Seating
On the main stand side, both the first and second-floor seats are shaded from the sun, so you won't be affected much by the sun. On the back stand side, you will be looking directly at the sun during the daytime matches.
Best seats to watch the game
This is a track and field type stadium, so the 100 level, which is the first level, does not have a view of the entire field. If you want to get a good view of the game, you may want to go to the upper 100 level or the 200 level.
The seating area behind the goal line has no chairs and is unreserved.
What to bring
Compared to countries such as the U.S., events in Japan are relatively free in terms of what you can bring in, and there are very few venues where you cannot bring in a backpack.
As for drinks, please note that there are some events where you cannot bring in cans or bottles.
Most Japanese events will allow re-entry, but some events will not allow re-entry. Please make sure to check the event you will be attending.
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Kanagawa as a reference for planning your trip.
Basic information on sports teams in Kanagawa Prefecture
1. "Getting there & Around" Yokohama, Kawasaki
Kawasaki and Yokohama are quite extensive in terms of area.
Kawasaki Station is located in Kawasaki, where Fujitsu Stadium Kawasaki and other facilities are located, and Musashi Kosugi Station is located in Kawasaki, where Todoroki Athletic Stadium and other facilities are located.
The distance from Kawasaki Station to Musashi-Kosugi Station is about 15 minutes on the Namboku Line, but since Musashi-Kosugi Station is a large station, it may take a long time to get to a particular exit.
2. "Where to Stay" in Yokohama, Kawasaki
In the case of the Kawasaki area, there is a concentration of hotels around Kawasaki Station.
It takes about 10 minutes between Kawasaki and Yokohama on the Keihin-Tohoku Line, and 10 to 15 minutes between Musashikosugi and Yokohama, so it is convenient to watch the game in Kawasaki even if you use Yokohama Station as a base.
3. "What to Do & See" in Yokohama, Kawasaki
If you want to focus on sightseeing around Minato Mirai 21, you can go to the Yokohama area and walk or rent a bicycle from Sakuragi-cho, Kannai, or Ishikawacho stations. This area has many attractions such as Chinatown, Red Brick Warehouse, Cup Noodle Museum, and Yokohama Cosmo World.
4. "What / Where to Eat" in Yokohama, Kawasaki
Kawasaki has a shopping mall called Lazona attached to the station, and you can also eat in this mall.
Why don't you try Tantanmen, which is called Kawasaki's soul food?