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Getting Hiroshima Toyo Carp tickets for a baseball game at MAZDA Zoom-Zoom Stadium is a thrilling intro to modern Japanese culture in Hiroshima. Baseball is incredibly popular here, with millions of devoted fans. Check the schedule below and join us!

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  • Watch professional baseball games at MAZDA stadium, Hiroshima
  • See how the Japanese baseball fans support their favourite teams on the game day
  • Grab yourself some limited-edition food items and souvenirs

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Baseball tickets will be delivered to the guest's hotel or picked up from Voyagin's Tokyo office.


Important Information

In the event the game is cancelled, please keep the tickets and return them to our office within 3 business days of the baseball game date. If we receive the tickets back within 1 week of the cancelled game we will be able to refund you the cost of the tickets. With your ticket delivery, we will include a self-addressed envelope to return the tickets to our Tokyo office.


What you need to bring

Your physical or e-ticket, as instructed by the Voyagin Team on your message dashboard: www.govoyagin.com/guest/messages


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Reviews (9)

  • Joël Joël

    Recommend, great experience even for non-fan!

    Hiroshima Carp are really good this year and tickets are almost always sold out. Since I was only in Hiroshima for 1 day I wanted to confirm that I will get ticket for the game, with Voyagin I was able to get a ticket in advance and it was delivered to my hotel.

    I got a ticket in the visitors section, the fans of the Hanshin Tiger were so enthusiastic, with a band and giant flags. I have never been to a baseball game before, but I really like the atmosphere there. I really recommend, even for people that are not big fan of baseball.

  • Neil Neil

    Fantastic night out - great entertainment and facility

    Booking was smooth as silk - preferred seats were not available but next best were just as good and refund for difference was promptly paid back. Tickets delivered to the hotel as promised and we had a great night. The game was tied 2-2 after 9 innings and the home team smashed a home run in overtime to seal the game !!!! Thoroughly recommend the experience and Voyagin Team once again were great to deal with. If you go to Japanese baseball make sure you buy your balloons to release at the end of the first half of the seventh innings - it is a sight to behold and you want to be part of it....!!!

  • Stefania Stefania

    Go Carp Hiroshima

    I enjoyed the game. It was a wonderful match!

  • Mohammad Mohammad

    Incredible experience!

    This was an incredible experience for us! We didn't know what to expect since we never watched baseball live before. Since we came from a country where baseball is not really a thing, this was a pleasant surprise. The Voyagin organisers were very efficient in organising for the tickets to be sent to to our hotel, along with instructions on how to get to our seats. The game itself was a really fun experience. As we said before, we don't know much about baseball but as long as you are willing to jump in and get in the atmosphere of the game, you're all set! The game we watched was Hiroshima Carp and Yokohama Baystars. We got placed in the Visitors Performance seating area, which means we were in the middle of all Yokohama supporters. When they scored their first homerun, the crowd went crazy. When the Carps caught up in the next inning, the stadium exploded in frenzy. The atmosphere was electrifying - it's an incredible experience for sure! Highly recommended!

  • Tom Tom

    A must for your Hiroshima Trip

    I'm not a baseball fan at all, but knew I wanted to experience J-league baseball because of Anthony Bourdain's old episode in Osaka showing the experience there. Going to a Carp game is a lot of fun, and the crowd loves their team. The stadium is easy to get to by tram and is a great game-day experience. The price is definitely fair for how much fun it is. I recommend sitting among Carp fans, they'll make you a believer! I ended up leaving with a bunch of merchandise and was converted into a Carp fan. I definitely recommend this as part of any Hiroshima trip.

  • Edgar Edgar

    Baseball

    As an American baseball fan I was surprised by the atmosphere here. It was great! Reminded me of a college football game. Visitors section had a band with coordinating chants. Had a great view I believe there is not a bad seat in the whole stadium. Must try

  • Donna Donna

    Fantastic - it is a must do

    If you don't have time, make time! Even if you don't know anything about baseball you need to go to a game at MAZDA Stadium. There is a reason this is one of the top things to do in Hiroshima.

    The Carp fans are very dedicated to their team and extremely loud at cheering. There is a marching band leading the way in the stadium. Watching the Carp play was a highlight of my trip.

  • Lisa Lisa

    Super fun!

    We had general seats but the view was great. Seeing a Hiroshima Carps game is a must!

  • Thomas Thomas

    One of my best days in Japan

    Loved it.

    The stadium is fantastic - evening games with sunset over the mountains in the background as the shinkansen glides into nearby Hiroshima Stadium makes a great setting.

    The seating is comfortable and there are an incredibly wide range of food options at the stadium.

    I got a seat in the section with the most enthusiastic Carp fans and I can't say I've ever had so much fun at a sports match, the fans were brilliant!

    Tickets were delivered to my hotel promptly and the staff at Voyagin were incredibly helpful in helping me to find the seat that would suit all my criteria. Thanks!

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