Haebaru Cho Koganemori Park Athletic Stadium is located in the Koganemori Park in Haebaru-cho.
Getting to the Stadium
The location of Haebaru Cho Koganemori Park Athletic Stadium is about 10 to 15 kilometers (depending on your route) from the Naha Airport area.
If there is no traffic jam, it will take about 25 minutes by car, but the traffic around Naha is generally very congested, so you might want to think about 30 to 45 minutes.
There is also a way to get there by city bus.
If you use the bus, take the Yui Rail from the airport to Asahibashi Station. After getting off at Asahibashi Station, there is a bus stop a little further down the street, where you can take the "339" bus.
One thing to note is the number of buses.
On weekdays, there are only two buses at 9:00 a.m. and one at 10:00 a.m. On weekends, there is only one bus at 10:00 a.m.
Okinawa Bus  Nanjo Yuuno Machi Line
The bus stop where you get off the bus is likely to be around Tomabaru, so please ask the driver for the best bus stop when you get on the bus.
About the Stadium
Koganemori Park has an athletic field and a baseball field.
Location: 718-1 Miyahira, Haebaru Cho, Shimajiri-gun, Okinawa 901-1104, Japan
Seating Capacity: 5,300
Explore Naha City and Southern Okinawa
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, you will need to fly from Haneda to Naha Airport, which takes approximately 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours, and from Kansai Airport to Naha Airport, which takes 2 hours 20 minutes to 2 hours 30 minutes.
Once you arrive at Naha Airport, you can take the monorail, a cab, or rent a car. Here is a guide on how to get to Naha and how to get around Naha City.
If you are thinking of watching the games or sightseeing around the Naha/Southern Okinawa area, there are many hotels concentrated in the Naha area near the airport, and they range from cheap backpackers to luxury hotels. The following is a list of hotels in the Naha and Southern Okinawa areas.
Shuri Castle and Saiba Utaki, both World Heritage sites, are located in the southern area of Naha.
Gyokusendo and Peace Memorial Park are also in the southern area.
The following is a list of tourist spots in the Naha and southern areas.
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.