Mutsumi Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Tokushima City, Tokushima Prefecture.
It is a stadium where home games of the Tokushima Indigo Sox of the Shikoku Island League are sometimes held.
Getting to the Stadium
Mutsumi Stadium is located a little over a kilometer from the nearest station, Kuramoto Station.
Therefore, it will take about 15 minutes to walk from the station.
For cars, there is room to park 250 cars.
The first two hours are free, and the fee is 100 yen within four hours.
About the Stadium
Location: 1-76-2 Shomachi, Tokushima City, Tokushima Prefecture (in Kuramoto Sports Park)
Capacity : 15,976
Opened : 1952
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Tokushima as a reference for planning your trip.
Professional Sports Teams in Tokushima
1. "Getting There & Around" Tokushima, Naruto, Komatsushima
If you are coming from Tokyo, it is convenient to fly to Tokushima Awaodori Airport, as both JAL and ANA have flights to the airport.
There are also direct flights from Fukuoka.
For those in the Kansai area, there is a ferry service to Wakayama. Also, from Kobe, there is a bus that goes through Awaji Island and takes about two hours to reach the Tokushima Station area.
2. "Where to Stay" in Tokushima, Naruto, Komatsushima
There are business hotels and other hotels in the vicinity of Tokushima Station that are easy to stay at by yourself.
If your main purpose is to watch the games, staying in this area will be convenient.
Here is a selection of hotels in the Tokushima, Naruto, and Komatsushima areas.
3. "What to Do & See" in Tokushima, Naruto, Komatsushima
The whirlpools of Naruto, which can be seen in the Naruto Strait, are said to be one of the three largest tidal currents in the world, making it one of the best sightseeing spots in Tokushima.
The Otsuka Museum of Art in Naruto City is also a must-see for museum lovers, with Van Gogh's sunflowers on display.
4. "What & Where to Eat" in Tokushima, Naruto, Komatsushima
There are unique local foods such as Tokushima Ramen, which is eaten with a raw egg dropped on top.
Speaking of Shikoku, you should also try udon.
Kagawa is better known for its udon, but there are some good udon restaurants in Tokushima as well, so be sure to visit them.