Kaigin Stadium Kunigami is a baseball stadium located in Kuina Eco & Spo Park. The park also includes Kaigin Field Kunigami (soccer field) and a gymnasium.
The second team of the Nippon Ham Fighters holds their spring training camp in this area.
Getting to the Stadium
The location of Kaigin Stadium Kunigami is about 100 kilometers from the Naha Airport area, which is about a two-hour drive.
This area is mainly accessible by car.
About the Stadium
In addition to the baseball field, bullpens and other facilities are located near the stadium.
Location 273 Hanchi, Kunigami-mura, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa 905-1414, Japan
Seating Capacity: 3,000
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Learn about transportation, sightseeing, and food in Okinawa
Before your trip, we have compiled some basic information about Okinawa Prefecture for your reference.
To get to Okinawa by air, it takes about 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours from Haneda Airport to Naha Airport, and 2 hours 20 minutes to 2 hours 30 minutes from Kansai Airport to Naha Airport.
From Naha Airport, Nago City and the northern area is about 100 to 120 kilometers away, depending on the location of the airport.
From the airport, you can take a bus directly to the Churaumi Aquarium, but for other areas, you will need to rent a car.
If you are planning to watch the games or sightsee around Nago City and the northern area, you can either stay near the various tourist spots, including the beach, or if you rent a car, you can use Naha as a base since there are relatively more options.
We have picked up hotels mainly in Nago City and the northern area.
The Churaumi Aquarium is going to be the most popular tourist attraction in Nago City and the northern area.
Near the aquarium are the ruins of Nakijin Castle, a World Heritage Site.
The following is a selection of tourist spots in Nago City and Northern Area.
Okinawa soba, taco rice, bitter melon stir-fry, and steak are just a few of the specialties you can enjoy. If you are a drinker, Awamori will be one of the major attractions. Here is a list of Okinawa's gourmet foods and stores in the city.