Japanese baseball is as much a reflection of that country’s culture as American baseball is for the United States.
There are many unique aspects of Japanese baseball that give it a distinct charm and character:
Commentators citing the blood type of a player (with the belief that it impacts performance), colorful balloon releases during the seventh-inning stretch, umpires practicing calls during pre-game warm-ups. These and countless other nuances make Japanese baseball a one-of-a-kind experience.
Japanese baseball is more than a game; it is a reflection of the culture of an entire nation. And, with baseball, it is a place where Japanese and American cultures come together.
A guide to lead you through a detailed itinerary with an engaging combination of stadiums, teams, targeted sightseeing and outings, the result of which will give you a cost-effective and in-depth personal tour of the country like no other.
Business class hotels with modern facilities.
All in-country land travel, including taxi, subway, bus, rail and the famous high-speed bullet train.
Best available game seats.
Additional sightseeing at little or no cost to you.
Visits with Japanese friends and baseball personalities.
Detailed airport arrival and departure instructions.
Scheduling flexibility. Want to come early or stay late? We can help you plan that.
Translation and travel desk services.
Thorough pre-departure information.
A truly remarkable time.
Not included: Airfare, airport transfer and most meals.
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