The Hanazono Rugby Stadium (東大阪市花園ラグビー場, literally "Higashiosaka City Hanazono Rugby Stadium") in Higashiosaka is the oldest rugby union stadium in Japan specifically dedicated to rugby. Its location is next to Hanazono Central Park (花園中央公園, hanazono chūō kōen). Owned by the City of Higashiosaka, it opened in 1929 with a capacity of 26,544. It is the stage for the annual National High School Rugby Tournament held every year at the end of December and has hosted important international, Top League games.
Hanazono is the home of the Kintetsu Liners rugby union team.
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