Oita Stadium (Oita Bank Dome)

Capacity: 40,000 Address: 1351 Yokoo, Oita-shi, Oita Pref. Notes: Capable of holding 40,000 spectators, Oita Stadium hosted two games of the Pool Round of the 2002 FIFA World Cup, as well as Sweden versus Senegal in the Round of 16, and is home to the Oita Trinita soccer club. The stadium has a retractable roof.…

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Higashihirao Park Hakatanomori Stadium (Level Five Stadium)

Capacity: 22,563 Address: 2-1-1 Higashi Hiraokoen, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka Pref. Notes: The stadium has a capacity of 22,563 and is home to the Avispa Fukuoka soccer club. The stadium is located in a large sports park that houses several tennis courts, running tracks, archery facilities and baseball diamonds. It has hosted rugby matches in the…

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Misaki Park Stadium (Noevir Stadium Kobe)

Capacity: 30,132 Address: 1-2-2 Misaki-cho, Hyogo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo Pref. Notes: This 30,132 seat venue hosted three matches of the 2002 FIFA World Cup, including the round of 16 match between Brazil and Belgium. The stadium has a retractable rood and is home to the J. League Vissel Kobe soccer team and rugby union Top League’s…

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Hanazono Rugby Stadium

Capacity: 30,000 Address: 1-1-1 Matsubara Minami, Higashi Osaka-shi, Osaka Pref. Notes: About 500 kilometers from Tokyo, Higashiosaka Hanazono Rugby Stadium can be found on the outskirts of Western Japan’s second-largest city, Osaka. The stadium, which opened in 1929 and has a capacity of 30,000, is Japan’s oldest rugby-dedicated stadium and hosts the annual National High…

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Toyota Stadium

Capacity: 45,000 Address: 7-2 Sengoku-cho, Toyota-shi, Aichi Pref. Notes: The City of Toyota Stadium is a 45,000-seat stadium with a retractable accordion-like roof. The stadium hosted the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup Japan semifinals and is home J. League club Nagoya Grampus and rugby union team Toyota Verblitz. The stadium is about 1.5 kilometers from…

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Ogasayama Sports Park Ecopa (Ecopa Stadium)

Capacity: 50,889 Address: 2300-1 Aino, Fukuroi-shi, Shizuoka Pref. Notes: About 275 kilometers from Tokyo, Fukuroi, Shizuoka Prefecture, is home to the 50,889-seat stadium. The venue hosts some games for Jubilo Iwata and Shimizu S-Pulse of the J. League and the site held some of the 2002 FIFA World Cup group stage matches, as well as…

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International Stadium Yokohama (Nissan Stadium)

Capacity: 72,327 Address: 3300 Kozukue-cho, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Pref. Notes: Less than an hour south of Tokyo, International Stadium Yokohama is the country’s largest stadium with 72,327 seats. It is home to J. League’s Yokohama F. Marinos and, in addition to hosting early stage matches, the stadium will host the final match of the tournament.…

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Tokyo Stadium

Cpacity: 49,970 Address: 376-3 Nishimachi, Chofu-shi, Tokyo Notes: Located in the western suburbs of the Tokyo metropolis, the 49,970-seat Tokyo Stadium is home to J. League’s F.C. Tokyo soccer club. During the 2002 FIFA World Cup, the stadium was used by Saudi Arabia as the team’s main training ground. The stadium is about 500 meters…

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