The sports facility listings include facilities for traditional sports such as Sumo (Japan's national sport) and budo (martial arts) and also for popular international sports such as track/field, baseball, soccer and tennis. Public sports facilities for citizens' use are also listed.
Major sports facilities for professional/national-level tournaments and games.
|Name of Facility||Note|
|Kokugikan (Japanese only)||An exclusive facility for Sumo, Japan's national sport. Recently, the number of non-Japanese sumo wrestlers is increasing.|
|Nippon Budokan||Various tournaments for Judo (an Olympic sport) and Kendo (a traditional samurai-style sport) are held here.|
|Tokyo Dome||This indoor stadium is the home field of a professional baseball team. The dome is used for baseball games, martial arts, concerts, and various other purposes.|
|Jingu Stadium||Both professional and university league baseball games are played here.|
|Ajinomoto Stadium||Soccer games and other sports as well as concerts are held here.|
|Ariake Coliseum||In addition to concerts, etc., this venue hosts numerous sporting events including tennis tournaments.|
Major sports facilities open to the public, including gyms, baseball grounds and tennis courts, are listed here along with the links to facility search websites. For facilities operated by local communities, check their websites or contact their municipal offices.
|Showa Kinen Park||Sports/outdoor facilities|
|Ariake Tennis Park||A venue with 48 tennis courts that can be rented|
|Tokyo Sports and Culture Center (BumB)
|Facilities for sports, educational activities, hotel accommodation|
|Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association: List of sport facilities in Tokyo (Japanese only)||Reservations for sports facilities, such as baseball grounds and tennis courts, in metropolitan parks|
|Tokyo Sport Benefits Corporation: Smile Sports
|Reservation for facilities at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, Tokyo Budokan, and other locations|