Horse Riding Club Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Crane Riding Club Tokyo
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    Tokyo Machida-shi Shinkojimachi 1227
    This riding club boasts good access, being approximately 30 minutes from Shinjuku. It has 122 horses and about 2000 members, and is one of the largest in Tokyo. The variety of courses is particularly attractive and includes courses that support beginning riders, ones where visitors can participate without bringing anything, horse riding for health for those over 50, and children's horse riding for elementary and middle schoolers. Whether for health, stress relief, fitness or simply just a love of horses, people of all ages visit for a variety of reasons.
  • Tokyo Riding Club
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku
    A membership-based horseback riding club located a two-minute walk from Sangubashi Station on the Odakyu Line. The longstanding club was established in 1921 and is the only horseback riding club in the 23 wards of Tokyo. Lessons and horseback riding experiences are available for non-members, as well, including tethered horseback rides led by a staff member and lessons for beginners, and here you can enjoy horseback riding supported by the attentive guidance of experienced instructors. Private lessons are the norm for experienced riders, and lesson takers can receive instruction from former Olympians and dressage judges.
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    Tokyo Machida-shi Aiharamachi 1575
    A horseback riding club with lots of greenery and good access, located one hour by train from Shinjuku and Yokohama and ten minutes from Hachioji. In a quiet forest that's hard to imagine is still Tokyo, they have three practice grounds and a small trekking course. The club places a special emphasis on interacting with the horses; they hold programs where guests learn through contact with them about the importance of nature and living creatures, as well as the bonds and compassion among friends. Under the guidance of highly experienced staff that includes A-class riders and national dressage judges, even beginners can try riding with confidence.
  • Kaba Ro Tokyo
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    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kamiyoga 2-chome 4-18
  • Hachioji Horse Riding Club
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    Tokyo Hachioji-shi Tangimachi 1-501
  • Hinode Horse Riding Club
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    Tokyo Akiruno-shi Ajiro 394
  • Horse Riding Club Ginza
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    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 2-chome 5-19

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