Kenta Maeda got the first look at his bobblehead on Tuesday, which will be given to fans on July 26th at 7:10 p.m. against the Tampa Bay Rays. The game on July 26th will also be coinciding with Japanese Heritage night at Dodger Stadium.

From japanese-city.com:

This year marks the 162nd anniversary of the start of U.S.-Japan relations.

Join the Japanese Community of the Greater Los Angeles Area at Dodger Stadium to enjoy a day of baseball and fun. Come early to watch the pre-game festivities on the field, and enjoy free entertainment and additional festivities at Viva Los Dodgers. Bring out your, family and friends and don’t miss out on celebrating the Japanese Community at Dodger Stadium!

The Maeda bobblehead is one of 10 bobblehead nights throughout the season. Have you been to any bobblehead nights so far this year? Let us know down in the comments what your favorite bobblehead is and who you would like to see get the bobblehead treatment.

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