Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model
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Koshien Stadium - Japan 3D model

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Hanshin Koshien Stadium (阪神甲子園球場 Hanshin Kōshien Kyūjō), commonly referred to as simply Koshien Stadium, is a baseball park located near Kobe in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The stadium was built to host the national high school baseball tournaments, and opened on August 1, 1924. It was the largest stadium in Asia at the time it was completed, with a capacity of 55,000. The design of the stadium was heavily influenced by the Polo Grounds in New York City. In 1936 it became the home stadium for the Osaka Tigers (current Hanshin Tigers), now with the Central League. On February 14, 1964, Hanshin, the Tigers' owners, was appended to the name of Koshien Stadium.

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