Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium

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MAZDA Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima, also known as Hiroshima Municipal Stadium, is a ballpark in Minami-ku. It is primarily used for baseball and is home to the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of the Japanese Professional Baseball League. The naming rights of the The stadiums are owned by the automobile manufacturer Mazda, which, in addition to the Matsuda family, is also a major shareholder in Hiroshima Toyo Carp.



2 Chome-3-1 Minamikaniya, Minami Ward, Hiroshima, 732-0803 (Directions)

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  • Wheelchair rental
  • Pushchair rental
  • Multi-purpose toilet

General Amenities

  • Combini
  • Restroom
  • Free parking
  • Paid parking
  • Information Counter

Payment Method

  • Pay by cash
  • Credit cards accepted


Ten minute walk east of Hiroshima Station.

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