Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame
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Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame

The Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (?, Yaky? Taiiku Hakubutsukan) is a museum which includes a library, reference rooms and Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame (?, Yaky? Dend?).

It first opened in 1959 next door to Korakuen Stadium in Tokyo, Japan. In 1988, the museum moved to a new site within the Tokyo Dome.

The Hall of Fame and Museum was created as a means to contribute to the development of baseball in Japan through dedication of baseball greats--players, executives, and umpires--as Hall of Famers. In addition, the facility houses many memorable baseball materials including various kinds of baseball literature.

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Coordinates: 35°42?20.37?N 139°45?6.89?E / 35.7056583°N 139.7519139°E / 35.7056583; 139.7519139


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