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Matches in Japan

2002 FIFA World Cup Matches in Japan Osaka Nagai Stadium

Osaka hosts two first round matches and one quarter final game. The Nagai Stadium has a capacity of 50,000 and will be the stage for Japan's last group match.

Wednesday, June 12 at 15:30
Group F:
Nigeria vs England (0-0)

Friday, June 14 at 15:30
Group H:
Tunisia vs Japan (0-2)

Saturday, June 22 at 20:30
1/4 Finals Game D
Senegal vs Turkey (0-1 aet)

Getting to Nagai Stadium:
Take the subway to Nagai Station (on the Midosuji Line -- direction Nakamozu), or by JR to Nagai Station or Tsurugaoka Station (on the Hanwa Line).

Osaka Tourism

Osaka is Japan's third largest city with a population of around 2.5 million. Combined with the neighbouring cities of Kyoto and Kobe, the region is Japan's alternative economic and cultural powerhouse; known as Kansai.

Kyoto and Kobe are only about 30 minutes away from Osaka, by train.

Osaka Loop Line:
Take time to discover Osaka by taking the Osaka Loop Line. Along this route, you'll find many historic sites, parks, and busy shopping streets.

The Osaka Castle area is one of the must visits.

Osaka Cuisine:
Many special foods not available in Tokyo can be found in Osaka. Among them are boxed sushi, battera, steamed sushi, and other types of Osaka-style sushi.

Temples and Shrines:
As with most of Japan, Osaka has its own fair share of temples and shrines -- to help keep you out of the bars.

Osaka Transportation

Kansai International Airport:
Many of the world's major airlines fly into Kansai. Connections into Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe are very swift.

Getting Around Osaka:
Useful guide to visiting the sights by public transport.

Osaka Accommmodation

Osaka City Hotels:
Hotels in the center of Osaka ina variety ofprice ranges with links to location maps.

Osaka Resevations:
Selection of hotels in Osaka with online reservations. Sometimes it's best to be sure of having a room and then look for something else when you're in the city.

Osaka Ryokans:
The Inns tend to be cheaper than the city hotels but there aren't always that many room available.

Matches in Japan

Osaka's Nagai Stadium -- Japan 2002
Nagai Stadium

Groups in Japan

Group E -- Korea/Japan 2002 FIFA World Cup Finals Group E


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