Enjoy sports and more, as you travel in and around Tokyo!

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For sports lovers looking to travel in Japan, Tokyo is full of things to see and do. At some places, you can try out time-honored Japanese martial arts for yourself. You can also sample various cultural traditions, go hiking, or take a tour of different areas. And at other locations, you can marvel at the latest in VR technology. There’s a wealth of experiences waiting for people who want to travel around Tokyo : use our handy guide to get started on your own adventures!

Come get your climb on, in a thrilling safe environment!

A Stimulating Bouldering Adventure

Area: Shibuya

Address: Bienquad bldg B1 9-9-1, Sakuragaokacho, Sibuya-ku, Tokyo

Experience: Bouldering

Increasingly popular in the past twenty years, bouldering offers immeasurable excitement for groups of all sizes, ages, and tastes. With six locations in Greater Tokyo, NOBOROCK's colorful climbing walls provide hours of exhilerating healthy challenges, in a safety-minded environment.

Experience ping pong in Tokyo!

Shibuya Takkyu Club

Area: Shibuya

Address: 1-14-14,Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Experience: Table tennis

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?

Enjoy drinks and bowling!

Tokyo Dome Bowling Center

Area: Marunouchi

Address: Tokyo Dome Bowling center 5F 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

Experience: 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.

Hit a home run in Tokyo Japan!

Asakusa Batting Stadium

Area: Asakusa

Address: ROX DOME 2F 1-27-5 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Experience: Batting Stadium

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!

Try your hand at a wide variety of sports!

ROUND1 STADIUM DiverCity Tokyo Plaza (Spo-Cha)

Area: Odaiba

Address: DiverCity Tokyo Plaza 6F 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Experience: 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

Beautiful views and a stone Buddha

Mt. Nokogiriyama

Area: Chiba

Address: 4052-1, Kanaya Futtsu, Chiba

Experience: Hiking

Located on Chiba Prefecture’s Boso Peninsula, Mt. Nokogiriyama means “Sawtooth Mountain.” For those who don’t feel up to hiking, there is a ropeway tram to the mountain top, where you will find an observation deck offering views of Tokyo Bay and Mt. Fuji! Located on the mountain’s slopes is the Nihonji Temple, home to a massive stone Buddha. You can also find the impressive Jigoku-Nozoki, a jagged overhang on the side on the mountain.

Experience Japanese surf culture

Surfing at Shonan, near Tokyo

Area: Kanagawa

Address: 3-23-4 Katasekaigan, Fujisawa, Kanagawa

Experience: Surfing

With plenty of beaches surrounding Tokyo, surfing is a great way to spend the warmer months. The Shonan area, near Enoshima, is the home of Japanese surfing. You can find plenty of surf clubs and shops in the area, as well as the umi-no-ie, or beach huts, that stay lively day and night.

Enjoy Japan’s famous powder snow!

Hakuba Valley

Area: Nagano

Address: 6329-1 Hokujo, Hakuba, Kitaazumi, Nagano

Experience: Skiing・Snowboarding

Japan is known around the world for some of the best powder skiing on earth. So while you’re visiting, take some time to enjoy the famous slopes! Hakuba, in the northern Japan Alps, is one of the most popular areas, boasting beautiful scenery and a variety of impressive resorts.

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