Tokyo Sports & Outdoors

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Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in Tokyo

  • 1. Baseball

    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...

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  • 2. Sumo Wrestling

    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...

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  • 3. Football (Soccer)

    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...

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  • 4. Rugby Football

    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...

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  • 5. Work Out

    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...

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  • 6. Swimming

    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...

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  • 7. Volleyball

    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...

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  • 8. Jogging

    Jogging is the most simple exercise to all of us, you need to bring nothing, pay pay nothing, just put on the shoes and start running. Other than running, I got a pair of roller skating from Hawaii, i...

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  • 11. 1964 Summer Olympics Sites

    Prior to World War II, Tokyo was named as the host city for the 1940 Olympics, but the games were later moved to Helsinki. In 1959, as the country rebuilt after...

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  • 12. National Stadium

    The National Stadium in Tokyo was completed in 1958 and is most famous as the main venue for the 1964 Tokyo Summer Olympics. Seating 48,000 spectators, this...

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  • 13. Hiking Mount Fuji

    The most famous thing to do in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu area is climbing Mount Fuji. There are four trails that are open on the mountain only from July to early...

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  • 14. Ball-bearing heaven

    A uniquely Japansese activity, a form of semi-legal gambling and an obsession.These upright pinball-type machines are found all over the place, and unlike...

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  • 15. LINKS: Virtual Golf with a permanent 19th hole

    One night, we had to visit Links, which is a golf bar. You knew the Japanese were golf-crazy, right? All the wait staff are dressed like caddies. There are...

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