Meiji Jingu Gaien Park is a large outdoor area in central Tokyo, and is considered the outer precinct of Meiji Jingu Shrine. This park was constructed in memory of the Meiji Emperor, who died in 1926, and is still under the direction and control of Meiji Jingu Shrine. The Seitoku Memorial Museum is the most striking building in Jingu Gaien, and houses a collection of artwork depicting life in the Meiji Period. Jingu Gaien has many athletic facilities. There are plenty of baseball diamonds, a "Batting Practice Range" (batting cages), the Sendagaya Futsal Court, tennis courts, a golf driving range, and an indoor ice skating rink. Jingu Gaien is home to Jingu Stadium, the home of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows professional baseball team. In summer, people enjoy the baseball games with beer and fireworks. 146 of Ginkgo trees standing in line are well known of its yellow leaves in autamn and it's called as "Golden Road".