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Fullcast Stadium Miyagi
Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi
Kobo Park Miyagi
Full nameMiyagi Baseball Stadium
Former namesFullcast Stadium Miyagi
Kleenex Stadium Miyagi
Rakuten Kobo Stadium Miyagi
Kobo Park Miyagi
LocationSendai, Miyagi, Japan
Coordinates38°15?22.34?N 140°54?9?E / 38.2562056°N 140.90250°E / 38.2562056; 140.90250Coordinates: 38°15?22.34?N 140°54?9?E / 38.2562056°N 140.90250°E / 38.2562056; 140.90250
Public transitJR logo (east).svg JR East:
Senseki Line at Miyaginohara
T?hoku Shinkansen at Sendai
Sendai City Subway Logo.png Sendai Subway:
T?zai Line at Yakushido
Namboku Line at Sendai
OwnerMiyagi Prefecture
OperatorRakuten Baseball, Inc.
Field sizeLeft Field - 100.1 m (328 ft)
Power Alleys - 116 m (381 ft)
Center Field - 122 m (400 ft)
Right Field - 100.1 m (328 ft)
Opened5 May 1950
Lotte Orions (1973-1977)
Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles (2005-present)

The Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi (, Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi) (official name: Miyagi Baseball Stadium) is a stadium in Sendai, Japan. It is primarily used for baseball as the home field of the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles.[1] It opened in 1950. In order to modernize the facility for the Golden Eagles' first season (2005), seating was reduced from approximately 28,600 to about 20,000, as more-spacious seating was installed. For the 2006 season, about 3,000 seats (including private boxes along the first-base side) were added, increasing capacity to about 23,000.

From January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2010, the stadium's official name was the Kleenex Stadium Miyagi (?, Kurinekkusu Sutajiamu Miyagi), and abbreviated as K-Sta Miyagi (K?). The stadium was also formerly known as Fullcast Stadium Miyagi (?, Furukyasuto Sutajiamu Miyagi) between 2005 and 2007.

Unlike most stadiums, the home team uses the dugout along the third base line. Each team's bullpen is located beneath the stands behind the dugout areas, out of view of the spectators in the stadium; however, curtained windows outside allow passerby to watch the pitchers warming up.

Concession stands are located outside the stadium, and on the second and third levels in the area behind home plate.

The stadium has hosted two NPB All-Star games in 2007 and 2011.


Miyaginohara Station, near the stadium

Miyagi Baseball Stadium is located near Miyaginohara Station and Tsutsujigaoka Station on the Senseki Line. Miyaginohara Station is nicknamed Baseball Station due to its proximity to the stadium.


  1. ^ "?" (in Japanese). Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles. Retrieved 2017.
Preceded by
Tokyo Stadium
Home of the
Lotte Orions

Succeeded by
Kawasaki Stadium
Preceded by
first ballpark
Home of the
Rakuten Eagles

2005 -
Succeeded by

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