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Yu Darvish Spots in Japan

A renowned pitcher representing Japan.
In high school, he achieved a no-hitter at Koshien.
In professional baseball, he joined the Nippon Ham Fighters. He won many titles, including the Eiji Sawamura Award, which honors pitchers.
After challenging MLB, he played for the Texas Rangers and the Dodgers, and is currently with the Padres.
In 2024, he achieved 200 wins in total between Japan and the United States.Texas Rangers Pitcher Yu Darvish


The home ground of the Nippon Ham Fighters, where Yu Darvish played in Japan.
The new stadium unveiled in 2023 features a powerful illustration of Yu Darvish, who was previously a member of the team.



〒061-1116 北海道北広島市Fビレッジ1番地

Nippon Ham Kamagaya Stadium

Kamagaya Stadium is the home field of the Nippon Ham Fighters' second team.
Former star player Yu Darvish is also depicted in a mural.



〒273-0118 千葉県鎌ケ谷市中沢459

Ramen Minoya Nakano Flagship Store

This is the ramen shop that Yu Darvish visited with his fellow players while in Japan for joint training before the World Baseball Classic.
It is said that he rarely eats ramen due to his usually strict diet.

〒164-0001 東京都中野区中野5丁目53−2 1F

Darvish Museum

A display facility for Yu Darvish, located on the 3rd floor of Darvish Court, which is managed by his father.
It features numerous valuable items, including WBC call-up notices and signed baseballs.

スペース11 ダルビッシュ ミュージアム(@darvish_museum)がシェアした投稿


〒650-0003 兵庫県神戸市中央区山本通1丁目7−16 ダルビッシュコート 3F

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