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Vantelin Dome Nagoya
Vantelin Dome Nagoya
Fukuoka Dome
LocationNagoya, Japan
Public transitNagoya Municipal Subway:
Subway NagoyaMeijo.pngMeij? Line at Nagoya Dome-mae Yada
OwnerNagoya Dome Co.
(The Chunichi Shimbun Co.)
Capacity40,500[1]
Field sizeLeft Field - 100 m (328.1 ft)
Center Field - 122 m (400.3 ft)
Right Field - 100 m (328.1 ft)
Height of Outfield Fence - 4.8 m (15.7 ft)
SurfaceArtificial turf
OpenedMarch 15, 1997
Tenants
Chunichi Dragons (Central League) (1997-Present)

The Nagoya Dome (), known as Vantelin Dome Nagoya ( )[2] for sponsoring reasons, is a baseball field, constructed in 1997, located in the city of Nagoya, Japan. The dome has the capacity to seat up to 40,500 for sports and 49,000 for concerts. It is an example of a geodesic dome.

Baseball game

It has served as HQ for the Chunichi Dragons baseball team, since its opening. It has also served baseball teams Orix BlueWave and Kintetsu Buffaloes, sometimes during the year.

Official theme song for The Nagoya Dome, "Here For You", was written by local FM radio disk jockey, James Havens, and also released on CD by Victor Entertainment.

Shopping center

  • ÆON MALL NAGOYADOMEMAE DragonsShop

Access

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.sportmapworld.com/venue/nagoya-dome/
  2. ^ "Vantelin Dome Nagoya". Visit Nagoya - Nagoya City Tourism. Retrieved 2021.

Sources

External links

Media related to Nagoya Dome at Wikimedia Commons Coordinates: 35°11?10?N 136°56?50?E / 35.18611°N 136.94722°E / 35.18611; 136.94722


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