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HOME'S STADIUM KOBE On a footbridge (Nishide Takamatsumaeike Sen)
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"Holmes stadium Kobe" where 2002FIFA WORLD CUP^ (TM) was held is a stadium only for a ball game. The distance from the seat of a stand to a pitch is only 6 m at the nearest back stand side. A pitch corresponds to international standards, such as soccer and Rugby, and can be used also for a concert or various events. It is the felt type stadium which was full of the presence of a game, and a sense of togetherness of a pitch and a stand. (Holmes stadium Kobe site)

Copyright: Hironobu Honjyo
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Taken: 16/01/2013
Uploaded: 26/01/2013
Updated: 16/07/2014
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