I want to go to “Hamasuta” again.


Yesterday and today I worked remotely all day and nothing special happened.

So I’m going to talk about the professional baseball game I went to the other day.

It all started with a flyer that my children received at their elementary school.

There was an event called Kanagawa Children’s Day.

One adult and one child were given free admission by lottery, and the third and subsequent children were charged 2,000 yen, I think.

For a family of four, 4,400 yen was a great deal.

It had been a long time since I had been to Yokohama Stadium, and it was beautiful.

One of the most amazing features was the “Ribbon Vision”.

A kind of LCD monitor installed at the top of the outfield fence, from lights lefts.

The video is played in conjunction with player in troductions, etc.

It would be nice to make the production more spectacular, but from the perspective of an engineer and experienced baseball player, I worry that the batted ball will hit and break.

There were also plenty of other effects to keep the audience entertained during the offensive and defensive changes, such as fireworks, dimmed lights and shining penlights, and customer-participation corners.

There was an event where the guests and cheerleaders relayed, and I was amazed at how fast the cheerleaders ware.

Perhaps due to the WBC, there were quite a few customers and it was a great turnout.

The kids seemed to enjoy themselves and my wife was in a good mood after having a few beers.

I would like to visit “Hamasuta” again if I have a chance.

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