Wondering where you can watch the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ in Tokyo? Some of those kick-off times are a killer, but you’ll be surprised to learn that many places will still be showing the games. Below are a number of paid and free options for the Japan VS Costa Rica match on November 27 (but some of these places will show all games).
We will continue to update this list, so keep checking back.
Pubs and bars
Your local Hub or bar will definitely be playing the games, so check out their schedule to find the one you want to catch. Miyashita Park‘s Shibuya Yokocho will be showing a total of 7 games. Also, check out the Mash Bros restaurant and bar. They are keen to show every match — even the ones at 4 a.m. Just reserve by messaging them on Facebook or Instagram.
One-coin (¥500 resturant and bar Mezzo will also be showing the game on November 27 and December 2.
Shibuya Parco will hold a free public viewing on Nov. 27 on the 10th floor at ComMunE.
The Aoyama Grand Hotel
The restaurant on the 4th floor of Aoyama Grand Hotel will show the game. It is free to stand (one drink order is required), but they also have advanced paid seating from ¥5,000, which includes food. More info here.
You will be able to see all 64 games live from Nov. 20 to Dec. 18 in Joysound Karaoke stores across Tokyo. The streaming will be free, all you need to do is pay for the room. Details here.
Join local football lovers on Meetup.com and drop into a watch party.Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.