Joining the Asian League from the 2020-2021 season is the Yokohama GRITS, based at the KOSE Shin-Yokohama Skating Center.
Although they started the season under the influence of Corona, it will be more fun to watch the regular season of ice hockey consistently in the metropolitan area.
This time, I'll be reporting on the game held at the KOSE Shin-Yokohama Skating Center on November 7.
KOSE Shin-Yokohama Skate Center is usually open to the public for skating. The entrance for the event is on the second floor.
Once inside, there was a corner selling the team's goods.
At the KOSE Shin-Yokohama Skating Center, the last row of seats in the stands is an aisle where you can walk to and from.
As an anti-corona measure, there was a piece of paper on each seat.
The cheerleaders (ice girls?) were cheering from the top of the end zone during the game.
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