Japanese Baseball isn't at all what it is like in America. The air is almost electrifying and different traditions are practiced. The Mazda Stadium is home to the Hiroshima Carps, when the team is in town get tickets. Tickets can go as high as 4700 yen, but that isn't so much compared to an American game. The stadium is not for people who like personal space, expect to be bumping arms with locals constantly.
Baseball is one of Japan's favorite sports. Is it also one of the national footballs?
Get off at the station in front of the station and walk for a while. It is a professional baseball stadium. Usually, not many people are locals to run. There are a lot of people on match day. The stadium is big and clean.
The baseball stadium in Hiroshima City is a local symbolic building. This year the Hiroshima baseball team won the scoring zone, and its popularity has soared