International Stadium Yokohama

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The Yokohama International Stadium, also known as Nissan Stadium, is one of the largest stadiums in Japan with a capacity of around 70,000 seats. The sports facility, which opened in 1998, is used for soccer, athletics, rugby, American football, and cultural and entertainment events The roof structure covers three quarters of the seats.



3300 Kozukuecho, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 222-0036 (Directions)

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General Amenities

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

Payment Method

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Pay by cash


International Stadium Yokohama is located a short walk from both Kozokue Station on the JR Yokohama Line and Shin-Yokohama Station, on the JR Yokohama Line, the Yokohama subway (blue line) and the Tokaido Shinkansen line.

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