Sports Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Tokyo Dome
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kouraku 1-3-61
    The Tokyo Dome opened as Japan’s first covered stadium in 1988. With its dome shaped room and artificial turf field it’s the home stadium of the Yomiuri Giants. The Tokyo Dome is the core of the Tokyo Dome City urban entertainment area and doesn’t only host baseball games but also a variety of other events including concerts and exhibitions. Near entry gate 21 you’ll find the Baseball hall of fame museum where you can see uniforms of popular players and learn about the history of baseball.
  • Ajinomoto Stadium (Tokyo Stadium)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Choufushi Nishimachi 376-3
    This multipurpose sports facility located in Tokyo’s Chofu City was originally a ballpark but is now used as a venue for track and field competitions as well as large concerts. It is the home stadium of J League FC Tokyo and the Tokyo Verdy 1969 teams. The grounds are divided into a natural grass field and an artificial turf field, and can support a variety of matches. There are also restaurants and a shop that sells official FC Tokyo/Tokyo Verdy merchandise on the premises.
  • Tetsugakudo Park
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    4.0
    74 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Matsugaoka 1-34-28
    "A municipal park established in the Matsugaoka area to the north of Nakano Ward in 1904. Called the ""Philosophy Theme Park,"" the roughly 56,000 square meter grounds have pathways, stone structures, and unique buildings that are all related to philosophy. Enjoy a leisurely walk while getting a peak into the world of founder Enryu Inoue. Also known as Professor Yokai Japanese ghost, he founded today's Toyo University. There are 100 cherry, plum, and other flowering trees on site, making it the ward's leading spot for blossom viewing."

    Its nice year round. Nice waking trails along the river. Japanese garden features. Statues of world religious leaders.

  • Yoyogi National Gymnasium
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 2-1-1
    This sports complex in the Jinnan district of Tokyo’s Shibuya City is comprised of two gymnasiums, an indoor pool, and an outdoor futsal court. It was constructed for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Both the First and Second Gymnasiums were designed by the representative Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, and have a suspension style roof design that is unusual even by global standards. In addition to hosting matches for volleyball, futsal, handball, and basketball, it is often used for events such as concerts and martial arts tournaments.
  • Meiji Jingu Gaien Ice Skating Rink
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kasumigaokamachi 11-1
    An ice skating rink located on the grounds of Meiji Jingu Gaien. 60 meters by 30 meters by 13 meters, this international competition standard ice skating rink is used for skating classes and private lessons. During extended holiday periods, special classes for beginners are also held here. The rink can also be rented for extracurricular lessons and practice sessions by athletes.
  • Akatsuka Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Takashimadaira 3-1
    This metropolitan park, opened in 1974, is located a 10-minute walk from Takashimadaira Station on the Toei Mita Line. The park sprawls east to west from the Takashimadaira housing complex to Metropolitan Expressway Route No. 5. The park's biggest highlight the huge fountain in the center. Situated in the center of a water play area for children, showers of water pour from the dramatic fountain structure like waterfalls. This is a popular leisure destination, and in summer when open, one can see large numbers of children running around with bathing suits and squirt guns and other water toys. The park also has an abundance of untouched natural forest that will make you forget an expressway runs right next door.
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sendagaya 1-17-1
    A gymnasium located close to Kokuritsu-Kyogijo Station in Sendagaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo. The gymnasium was first opened in 1956 and was used to host gymnastics and water polo events during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Among other facilities, the gymnasium's main area can accommodate 10,000 spectators, and the complex is frequently used as a venue for world championships and other large-scale sporting events. The gymnasium also makes facilities such as its pool, training room, and athletic field available to the general public.
  • Meiji Jingu Gaien
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku
    This Western-style garden was created with the aim of commemorating for future generations the achievements of Emperor Meiji. Serving as an oasis in the heart of Tokyo, here visitors can take in seasonal natural beauty. The park is outfitted with a variety of sports and culture facilities, such as the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery, as well as Jingu Stadium and other sports facilities, and a children's park and playground area. In addition, the park holds seasonal, large-scale events such as the Jingu Gaien Fireworks Festival in the summer and the Jingu Gaien Ginkgo Festival in the fall, attracting large numbers of visitors throughout the year.
  • Murasaki Sports Skate Park Map's Tokyo
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Adachi-ku Senju Sekiya 19-1 Amazing Square
    A skate park located in Senjusekiya-cho, Adachi City operated by the Murasaki Sports sporting goods chain. The park is outfitted with a variety of sections and there is an indoor park for skateboarding as well as an outdoor park which can be used for BMX biking and similar sports. Competitions and other events are held here as well as classes. BMX bikes, skateboards, skate shoes, and other equipment are sold in the adjoining shop.
  • adidas Brand Core Store Shibuya
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 23-5
    "A three-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station, this shop run by the adidas sports brand has a concept of ""Home Court."" During a visit you'll feel the thrill of the sporting experience, as though you're at a stadium. The roughly 990-square-meter shop is the largest in Japan, and features decor like athletic hurdles, tennis and volleyball nets, and scoreboards. Try out their RUN GENIE service, an experience like no other that lets you choose the perfect adidas sneakers simply by running a predetermined distance."
  • Waseda Auto Tennis Plaza
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishi-waseda 1-13-4
    This sports facility is located three minutes on foot from Waseda Station on the Toden Arakawa Line and nine minutes on foot from Waseda Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. The second floor has a billiards room and a tennis-hitting lane, and the third floor has a batting cage and ping pong tables. The tennis hitting lanes have ball machines that let you choose the speed, direction, and type of ball for realistic practice. Along with the batting cage, prices are set according to the number of balls you use. It is a good old-fashioned sports center that local children and students of neighboring colleges love.
  • Tetsugakudo Park Baseball Ground
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Matsugaoka 1-34-28 Tetsugakudo Park Uchi
  • Jingu Baseball Stadium
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku
  • Ariake Tennis no Mori Park
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    4.0
    69 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Koto-ku Ariake 2-2-22

    リニューアルして最初の楽天オープンに行ってきました。以前の有明とあまり大きな変化はない感じでしたが、セカンドコートの楽天カードアリーナができていました。センターコートは、座席が以前に比べて座りやすい素材の椅子になっていたのが良かったです。9月下旬に行きましたが、ずっと試合を見たいのに、ずっと座っていられないほど暑かったです。熱中症対策はし過ぎるくらいに準備をして夏や秋は行かれることをお勧めします...

  • Chichibunomiya Rugby Field
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    4.0
    88 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Minato-ku Kitaaoyama 2-chome 8-35

    Easy access, nice atmophere. Very well organized queues. Very quick service of food and drinks. Very clean.

  • Ariake Sports Center
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    3.5
    22 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Koto-ku Ariake 2-3-5

    Big swimming pool in a nice facility, a bit far from everything and difficult to access. This place most like will be used during the 2020 olympic games in Tokyo

  • Galaxcity
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    4.0
    41 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Adachi-ku Kurihara 1-3-1

    Went with two 8 year old boys. They had a fun hour on the climbing wall and in the climbing net. The staff were very helpful. The net was cool, the kids can climb through 3 levels though net...

  • AJINOMOTO Field Nishigaoka
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    4.0
    25 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Kita-ku Nishigaoka 3-15-1

    日テレベレーザの試合を観に行きました。当日はあいにくの雨で、屋根がないので濡れました。仕方ないけどJ1では比較的屋根があるので、少し気になりました。きれいなスタジアムでした。

  • NIKEHARAJUKU
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    4.5
    8 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingu-mae 1-13-12

    This is one of those big branded shops located at Harajuku/Omotesande. They went all out with the design with a design reminiscent of an amphiteater and a running track when you step into the store...

  • Sarue Onshi Park No Std. Ken Arena
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    3.5
    82 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Met. Koutou-ku Mouri 2-13-7

    One of the best parks in Koto-ku. Has a public tennis court and several interesting swings for kids. An apple installation, an amphitheatre, a pond, sand pit, ample sun shine and a river flowing...

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