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Fuji Hokuroku Park Ball Stadium

Fuji Hokuroku Park  

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Olympic Sports

  • Baseball

A baseball field facing Mt. Fuji, this facility also keeps players cool during tough practices

  • POINT1

    ●It is located at the elevation of 1,035m and the northern area of Mt. Fuji, World Cultural Heritage Site.
    ●Quiet environment surrounded by beautiful nature, it provides ideal environment for training. with relatively cool climate in summer, it is a ideal environment to train in.

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    ●Mt. Fuji is visible when facing the back stand from the home base.
    ●It was aired on TV since it is rare to be able to see the view of Mt. Fuji from the baseball field.
    ●Scoreboard is the electrical scoreboard with international standard (BSO) batting count system.

  • POINT3

    ●Users can spend time in the park relaxing when not training.

  • Major facilities

    ●Ground: 13,088㎡
    ●Right/left fields: 92m, center field: 120m, backstop: 13m
    ●Infield: clay, outfield: natural turf

  • Additional facilities

    ●Conference room, shower facility, electrical scoreboard
    ●Capacity: 19,449 people (infield, fixed: 3,957 seats, outfield, grass: 9,492 people)

  • Nearby available facilities

    ●Other facilities in Fuji Hokuroku Park are available for use (athletic field, gymnasium, gym, etc.)
    ●Indoor practice field (straight, 130m, Sandpit)
    ●Gym with free-weights (partial mirror wall, small conference room with multi-media devices)


・By car: 10 minutes from the Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko Interchange.
・By train: 15 minutes by car from either Fujisan Station or Kawaguchiko Station on the Fujikyuko Line.


5000 Kamiyoshida Tateishi, Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi

Fujisan (Mt. Fuji) and Fujigoko (Fuji Five Lakes) Area

The Fujikawaguchiko area is located on the north side of the sacred Mt. Fuji and is blessed with stunning natural greenery and mountains, and is swathed in woodland, the most well-known being Aokigahara Forest, also called the ‘sea of trees’, and wilderness.