Whether you want to be a sumo spectator or expert archer there’s a wide variety of sporting activities in Tokyo to keep you in shape.
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With most Tokyoites opting for public transport rather than cars, the streets of Tokyo are fairly bike-friendly (although cycle lanes are rare) despite being such a large city. But for getting a good bit of exercise, you’ll want to know the best and clearest routes. Take your pick from our three best routes to explore the capital. If you want to head out further afield, then Saitama has a dedicated cycle route and Gunma has a bargain bicycle day trip.
Watching Sporting Events In Tokyo
There’s something to be said for sitting back and admiring athletes, and in Tokyo you can choose from some traditional options as well as the more contemporary. Sumo wrestling is a classic Japanese experience, and whether you’re in town for one of the big tournaments or you fancy watching a stable session, we can help make it happen. For something a little more fast-paced, give a Baseball Game a go and see Japan’s best batters in practice. While Tokyo Drift might be a few years old, you can still see drifting in Tokyo if you know where to look.