Foreigner-Friendly Yoga Studios in Tokyo

Poste date: Thursday, February 1, 2018

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, stronger bones, improving sense of balance, improving lung capacity, lower blood pressure, increasing flexibility and many more.

Some schools listed below offer classes in English and some are foreigner-friendly with English Homepage.


  • Tom has practice background in Ashtanga, Bikram and Hatha Yoga and received his RYT200 certificate in Dharamshala India. Japanese and English classes available.
  • IYC Omotesando Studio, 5-47-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 

be yoga

  • English and Japanese classes available. Established in 2001 by Kumiko Mack. The concept is to encourage students to discover their own path at their own pace. Clean, bright and spacious studio. Mats and props available at free of charge.
  • 4F ORE Hiroo Building, 5-10-26 Minami Azabu Minato-ku Tokyo


  • Cozy yoga studio with friendly experienced instructors supporting every step towards yoga practice. This is a place where yoga and life come together.
  • 2nd Floor 1-25-11 Ebisu Nishi Shibuya-ku Tokyo


  • Yoga school offering integrated study of Yoga. For beginners, please participate “Introduction to The Light”. Reservation is not necessary for daily classes.
  • Shogakukaikan-bekkan 4F 1-53-4 Yoyogi Shibuya-ku Tokyo

Yoga Tree

  • Welcome to attend any of the daily classes on a drop-in basis. No membership fees. Enjoy an easy going, open-environment where every “body” can learn and practice Yoga. One minute from Hiroo Station.
  • 4F Tanaka Building, 5-5-1 Hiroo Shibuya-ku Tokyo

Sun & Moon YOGA

  • Anyone can attend a drop-in class. Weekend and evening classes can be popular, so please arrive 20 minutes early to insure a spot. Mats available free of charge.
  • Gotanda Yamakatsu Building 201 3-16-44 Higashigotanda Shinagawa-ku Tokyo
Yoga Studio Description

Sports clubs such as Konami Sports Club, esforta, and TIPNESS also offers Yoga lessons. If you want to do a combination of training and Yoga lessons, you should check out the programs they offer. 

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