Tokyo-to Sports & Outdoors

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Tokyo-to Sports & Outdoors

  • Baseball

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    Meiji Jingu Stadium, located in Shinjuku, but roughly equidistant between Shinjuku, Tokyo and Shibuya Stations, opened in 1926, and is the second oldest baseball stadium in Japan. Able to host 38,000 spectators, the stadium is the home field of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows of the Nippon Professional Baseball League. The Meiji Jingu Stadium is known...

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  • Sumo Wrestling

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    Watch rikishi try to toss each other out of the dohyō while wearing nothing but a tiny mawashi, all in an effort to be awarded the prestigious title of yokozuna! Japan has just six Grand Sumo tournaments per year, three of which are held in the Sumo Hall in Ryōgoku, Tokyo (January, May, and September). We attended the May 2013 Grand Sumo...

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  • Football (Soccer)

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    We reached the Nissan Stadium 2 hours before kick off and there was nobody about. We eventaully learnt that many Japanese teams play at their smaller ground in April (no idea why). So we rushed over to their stadium Only expensive seats were left but that was good as it allowed us to watch the 2 standing ends sing to each other for 90...

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  • Volleyball

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    Tokyo is the only country to organize the Volleyball World Cup Championship for Men and Women every year. The volleyball competition divided into 2 groups, 1 in Yoyogi Hall and the other 1 at Tokyo National Olympic Hall in Sendagaya. It basically happens at the end of the year - December, if you are a great Volleyball Fan, come visit Tokyo in...

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  • Rugby Football

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    Smart traveller know how to find the best way to move their body, you could be very tired of walking during the whole day in Tokyo, ..if you think you need more excercises, go to any night club dancing the whole night through. With my Rugby Team member at Velfare in Roppongi

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  • Work Out

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    Treveler and sport, always a question asked. Traveler can spend 1 hour at night before you go out for dinner or before you sleep. You can do it at your hotel, or any other gymnasium belong to the Tokyo Metropolotan council.

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  • Swimming

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    Finally, some guide relate to the water, swimming pool in door and out door. Open door pool at Jingu has been closed in 2003, now all young people focus on Yoyogi Plypic pool on Summer. You can swimming, you can dive and you can even have sun tan here. It is a great place i recomment here as you can make friend easily.

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  • RUNNING THE METRO

    I DON'T KNOW IF YOU CAN CALL IT A SPORT..BUT IT KEEPS ONE BUSY !!!!! AND THAT IS RUNNING THE SUBWAY AND METRO IN ORDER TO CATCH THE TRAIN ON TIME... I AM ALWAYS SO HAPPY TO GET TO THE TRAIN BEFORE OR JUST BEFORE IT LEAVES TO THE DESTINATION I AM IN PURSUIT OF !! : ) SO ..GET READY. .AND GO..GO ..GO !!! !Train stops are announced in both...

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  • The Nippon Budokan, is an arena for...

    The Nippon Budokan is an arena located in Kitanomaru Park in the central of Tokyo.It was originally built for the Judo competition in the 1964 Summer Tokyo Olympics, hence its name, rendered into English is "The Martial Arts Hall".In addition, for many Westerners, the Nippon Budokan is synonymous with large-scale rock concerts.It was here that the...

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  • Sumo, is a Japan's National Sports

    Sumo, Japan's National Sport, not only Japanese but an increasing number of non-Japanese among its funs.In Sumo, two wrestlers face off in the middle of the Dohyo (ringed platform) measuring 4.55 meters in diameter. Clad only in Mawashi, they first engage in pre-bout ritual such as striking fearsome poses and scattering purifying salt on the ring,...

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  • Soccer in central Tokyo

    You can find many soccer fans in this city, just go to Yoyogi Park on sundays and you will find a group of young crazy japanese guys willing to get more people to have a soccer match. If you see a tiny goal in the park is because they are around, you will be always welcome to join.

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  • F.R.I.E.N.D.S

    Akiko is a quality ballet Dancer Instructor from age of 16. She is running a Ballet School in Prince Edward Island Canada since 3 years ago.Shin is a drama player in New York.

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Tokyo-to Hotels

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  • Tama Hills Recreation Area

    Unit 5119

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Park Hyatt Tokyo

    The Park Hyatt Tokyo is everything I expected from the highest quality of hotels. All of the staff...

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  • ibis Tokyo Shinjuku

    This chain hotel is in an excellent location if you want to explore the bright lights of Tokyo. Step...

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  • Tachikawa Grand Hotel

    2-14-16 Akebonocho, Tachikawa, Tokyo Prefecture, 190-0012, Japan

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Hachioji Plaza Hotel

    Less than two minutes on foot from the train station. Rooms are very small (not by Japanese...

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  • Shiba Daimon Hotel

    This is a fairly standard Japanese business hotel, and as such is quite reasonably priced by Tokyo...

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  • Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo

    1-3-22 Yaesu, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 103-0028, Japan

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Claska

    1-3-18 Chuocho, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 152-0001, Japan

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Tokyu Stay Ikebukuro

    2-12-2 Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo Prefecture, 171-0014, Japan

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

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