All Sports and Recreation in Tokyo

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    Ryogoku Kokugikan

    Ryogoku Kokugikan is the largest sumo arena in Japan with a capacity for 13,000 spectators and where the three Grand Sumo Tournaments or basho are held in January, May and September. The current Ryogoku Kokugikan building was completed in 1985, however there have been two previous Kokugikan buildings in Tokyo. Read more [...]

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    dining & bar KITSUNE

    A place where the gourmand, the drinker, and the club aficionado can all find what they seek and more, dining & bar KITSUNE has been a centre for the diners & partygoers of Shibuya, creating unrivalled experiences since December 2000. French, Italian & traditional Japanese cuisine blend together in a Read more [...]

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    Yoyogi National Gymnasium

    Yoyogi National Gymnasium is an arena in Yoyogi Park, Harajuku, Tokyo, which is famous for its suspension roof design. Yoyogi National Gymnasium was designed by Kenzo Tange and built between 1961 and 1964 to house swimming and diving events in the 1964 Tokyo Summer Olympics. The design inspired Frei Otto’s Read more [...]

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium

    Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium is distinctive looking sporting complex which was completed in 1954 for the World Wrestling Championships and then later used for the gymnasitcs events in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, which is in Sendagaya District of Shibuya Ward of central Tokyo, under went a major renovation Read more [...]

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    Tokyo Dome

    Tokyo Dome is a 55,000-seat stadium in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo. Tokyo Dome is used for a range of sporting events including basketball, football and martial arts.

  • National Olympic Stadium

    The National Olympic Stadium (also referred to as simply the National Stadium) was completed in 1958 and built for the 1964 Summer Olympics. The National Olympic Stadium has a seated capacity of 48,000 and today is mainly used for football matches. The National Olympic Stadium is in Shinjuku.

  • Korakuen Hall

    Korakuen Hall is a mixed use sporting arena used for boxing, professional wrestling and martial arts. It has a capacity of 1,800. Korakuen Hall is next to Tokyo Dome in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo

  • Ariake Colosseum

    Ariake Colosseum sometimes known as the ‘Wimbeldon of Tokyo’ as it is the site of the Japan Open (tennis). The Ariake Colosseum is a multi purpose venue with an opening roof, which is also used for concerts and boxing matches. Ariake Colosseum is in Odaiba Tokyo.

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    Ariake Sports Center

    Ariake Sports Center, in Odaiba is a sports complex containing an indoor pool, gym, volleyball and basketball courts. The Ariake Sports Center features very distinctive Tokyo Architecture and is often likened to a mushroom.