Kumamoto Castle is the third largest castle in Japan and one of its most popular historic sites. Originally built in the early 1600s by renowned castle..
Founded in 1998, the beautiful wing-shaped roof is just one of EGAO Kenko Stadium’s features. From the outside, the stadium is surrounded by lush forests but inside this 32,000-seat stadium is the home ground for J-League’s Roasso Kumamoto team, a professional soccer league in Japan. Enjoy the show in comfort from seats with backrests and spacious leg room. And no matter where you sit, you’ll enjoy the view of the field and the jumbo screen. The full-color screen is over 7 meters tall and 13 meters wide; with the photo stills and instant replays, you won’t miss a second.
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From Kumamoto Station take the Kyushu Sanko Bus to “Park Dome Kumamoto-mae” bound for Shika No. 8 Menkyo Center. From there it’s a 3-minute walk to the stadium.