Ajinomoto Stadium was Tokyo's official stadium for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. It is easily accessible from Tokyo Station in just 40 minutes. The Ajinomoto Stadium is also a 20-minute drive from Shinjuku Station.
This open-dome stadium can seat almost 50,000 people. It opened in March 2001. The grandstand is divided into two levels, an upper and a lower one. If you get hungry during the game, the stadium has a variety of restaurants serving both Japanese and Western food.
Besides being home to two J-League teams (professional football league in Japan), the stadium is also known as the venue for many other events such as concerts, flea markets, etc.
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From Tokyo Station take the JR Yamanote for Shinjuku Station and transfer to the Keio Line. From Tobitakyu Station it’s a 5-minute walk to Ajinomoto Stadium.
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