Why not experience some sports for yourself? In Tokyo.
Sports Experience In Tokyo
For sports lovers traveling in Japan, Tokyo has plenty to offer. If you want to see some popular sports first hand, the city is filled with a huge variety of sports facilities. At some venues, you can feel the spirit of Japanese martial arts. At other spots, you can find locals playing many different sports after work or during the weekend. And at other locations, you can go face to face with the latest in VR technology and experience e-sports, and then relax with friends and family over drinks afterwards. Have you thought about how you are going to spend the rest of your free time in Japan when you’re not enjoying sports? There’s sightseeing, gourmet cuisine, art and shopping, just to name a few ideas. You’re definitely never going to be bored!
SAMURAI TRIP Kendo Experience Tour
Feel the samurai spirit
Samurai were Japanese warriors who developed incredible swordsmanship. This tradition still lives on in the martial art of kendo. A sport that is infused with the spirit of samurai, kendo focuses on the importance of respect, not just winning.
Seishinkan Aikido Dojo
Discipline your body and mind
Aikido is a sport that trains both body and mind. It is also an art of self-defense in which strength doesn’t just come from being big or powerful.
True Japan Tour Karate Experience
A Japanese martial art that uses the human body as a weapon
Originally based on Chinese combat, karate was developed in Japan as a martial art that doesn't rely on weapons (karate means “empty hand” in Japanese). The program teaches both karate skills and the creed of the dojo.
Yanesen Iaido : Japanese Swordsman ship
Sheathing the sword marks the true end of the battle
In iaido, your performance is judged not only on how you wield your sword, but how you sheath it in the scabbard. It’s a martial art that requires consistent concentration.
Raien Sumo Experience Lesson
Push with all of your might, and meet force with force!
Sumo is a sport in which wrestlers try to push each other out of a ring to win. It is recognized as Japan's national sport, and the grand sumo tournament is one of the most popular sporting events in Japan. At Raien, anyone older than the age of 10 can experience sumo.
Musashi Ninja Clan
Enter the world of the ninja
The ninja is a historical Japanese icon that is known worldwide. They would be hired by lords and execute their missions in secrecy. Try throwing some shuriken, or ninja stars, and feel like a ninja yourself!
A vigorous sound you can feel in your entire body
Wadaiko, or Japanese drums, make a huge sound that you can feel throughout your body. When you play with your friends, the sound can be even more impressive. Playing wadaiko uses your whole body and is a great form of exercise.
Enjoy the latest VR/AR games
With augmented reality technology, you can charge up an energy ball in your hand and fire it into the real world! You can battle your friends in three-on-three matches!
VR Park Tokyo Shibuya
Welcome to the latest in gaming tech!
Try out a variety of VR games, in genres ranging from action to horror. Step into a brand new world of digital entertainment!
Shibuya Takkyu Club
Experience ping pong in Tokyo!
Table tennis (ping pong) is popular in Japan, especially at onsens or game centers. Why don't you enjoy it with your friends and family?
Tokyo Dome Bowling Center
Enjoy drinks and bowling!
Did you know that bowling is very popular in Japan, and there are many bowling alleys all across the country? You can enjoy both bowling and beverages at Tokyo Dome Bowling Center.
Asakusa Batting Stadium
Hit a home run in Tokyo Japan!
Going to the batting cages is a beloved pastime in Japan. Feel the excitement of hitting a ball thrown by a pitcher on a video screen!
ROUND1 STADIUM DiverCity Tokyo Plaza (Spo-Cha)
Try your hand at a wide variety of sports!
Interested in trying out all kinds of sports with your friends and family? Spo-Cha is waiting for you! Just bring yourself—they have all of the equipment you need to try a wide variety of activitie
Forest ＆ Water Okutama
Great rafting experinece in Tokyo, just 50 mins from Shinjuku.
Only 50 minutes from Shinjuku! Enjoy genuine rafting in Tokyo.
If you want to enjoy genuine rafting in Tokyo, look no further than here! Experienced rafting guides will take you through Tamagawa River's rafting course with thrilling torrents with guaranteed satisfaction.
You can rent wetsuits and marine shoes, so will only need a swimsuit to participate!
Refreshing the world through adventure experiences!
Supplying the "WOW!" to our customers that exceeds all expectations.All over the world people are beset by the stresses of day to day life as they go through the same motions on a daily basis.
Refresh yourself in great nature of Tokyo Okutama!
Canyons aims to be an oasis among all of that.