For health-conscious foreign families, finding a home near a desirable sports club or fitness gym can be the deciding factor in choosing one location over another. Experiencing Japanese Martial Arts (Karate, Judo, and Kendo) and watching traditional sports (Sumo Wrestling) can make for an unforgettable experience.
From daily routines to weekend fun, we have gathered a variety of sports-related information including a list of Fitness Facilities, recommended Golf Courses, Water Parks, and more in or around Tokyo.
Having settled into your new living arrangements in Tokyo, are you wondering if there are any options for gyms or fitness clubs nearby? Don’t worry! Whether you want to just keep up with your exercise routine back home, or to build up those muscles for your next summer vacation, Tokyo gyms are plen…Read more
Tokyo summers have always been infamous for their heat and humidity, but each year the mercury continues to rise. A great way to momentarily escape the sun is to find a cool place in Tokyo to chill out. Keep reading to find out where the best public pools in central Tokyo are for outdoor fun and se…Read more
Do you long to play golf in Japan? Are you wondering what it’s like? How is it different from playing in your home country? Japanese golf courses are sophisticated and well organized. A day at the golf course in Japan is very structured but enjoyable. Though there are no strange customs, to make yo…Read more
Many Yoga classes are available in Tokyo and its popularity has gained within the past few years. In a fast paced city like Tokyo, stress management becomes very important and Yoga is one of the great ways to reduce stress and anxiety. There are other benefits as well such as maintaining weight, st…Read more
Joining an English-speaking gym or training for one of Tokyo’s many marathons is commendable, but sometimes going solo just doesn’t cut it. The camaraderie of teams can be a powerful tool to keep you motivated, as well as provide a fun bonding activity for expat and bilingual families and couples.…Read more
Many countries around the world have their own forms of martial arts. Japan in this respect is no different. The most well-known forms of martial arts originating in Japan are Karate, Kendo, Judo, and Aikido. Each of these different forms of martial arts have different philosophies and goals that th…Read more
Japan is big on baseball. Some Japanese even claim the sport as theirs. But even if you’re not into baseball, Japan has a very varied and active sporting scene with major events that are enough to satisfy any sports fan. Here’s a quick rundown of the main sporting leagues as well as where and when y…Read more
At least since after World War II, running has been a popular sport in Japan. Some might say that it is the second most popular sport in the country, after baseball, of course. And why not? Running is relatively cheap and convenient, with various types of events to suit all levels. While weekend jog…Read more
It’s snow season in Japan, and whether you’re an avid skier or snowboarder, or just looking to bring the kids to have some fun in the snow, there are many topnotch ski resorts just a day trip away from Japan’s bustling capital city. Ski resorts in Japan usually cater to all levels, from beginners to…Read more
Not only is Japan surrounded by water, but its interior regions also possess vast amounts of rivers, lakes and marshes. Since the water quality is high and the aquatic life abundant, it is no wonder that Japan consumes largest quantities of fish compared to most other countries. With fishing being s…Read more
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