Tokyo Tennis Courts

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Playing Tennis in Tokyo

Playing tennis in Tokyo can be a challenge, to say the least. This will most likely also not be a cheap adventure. The fees to rent a court to play tennis range from possibly reasonable to out of this world (Literally). The options for most people to play tennis in Tokyo include being a member of a tennis club, a guest at a Hotel that has tennis courts, register with the ward office to enter a lottery with the hope to get lucky to rent a city tennis court for a specific time, or pay a hefty fee to use a private tennis court.

The tennis courts around Tokyo are mostly outside, but there are some that are indoor. In most tennis facilities you must also bring your own equipment to play with. Some of the private tennis courts will offer rental equipment to play and even have specific dress codes that must be followed to be able to use their tennis courts. Most tennis courts need to be reserved in advance to use. Please check their websites for additional information. In this post, we have provided a comprehensive list of Tokyo Tennis Courts.

Hot Tennis match in Tokyo
A hot day of Tennis during summer in Tokyo

Ariake Tennis Park

Ariake Tennis Park is the largest place to play tennis in Tokyo. This is the home of Ariake Coliseum (The site of Japan’s most famous tournaments). There are 32 hard courts and 16 onmi courts. It is affordable and popular with tennis players of all skill levels. Location: 2-2-22 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo Train Access: Kokusai-tenjijo Station, 6 min walk Google Maps

Meiji Jingu Tennis Club

Meiji Jingu Tennis Club has outdoor and indoor tennis courts. These are popular tennis courts that are located in central Tokyo. The indoor courts have strict regulations on clothing, and all players will have to wear all-white. Location: 2 Chome-1-15 Kitaaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo Train Access: Gaiemmae Station, 7 min walk Google Maps

Takanawa Tennis Center

The Takanawa Tennis Center is part of the Prince Hotels in Shinagawa. They have many indoor tennis courts that are open to their guests and to the public. You can get tennis lessons here and rent tennis equipment on site. Location: Takanawa Minato-ku 4-10-30 Tokyo Train Access: Shinagawa Station, 9 min walk Google Maps

Inokashira Park

The Inokashira Park west area tennis courts are outside tennis courts. There are eight tennis courts that are made of artificial grass. Location: 1 Chome-1-1 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka, Tokyo Train Access: Kichijoji Station, 6 min walk Google Maps

Kiba Park Tennis Center

The Kiba Park Tennis Center is located in the massive Kiba park. The tennis center has six outside artificial tennis courts, and it has lighting for night play. Location: 4 Chome-6 Hirano, Koto City, Tokyo Train Access: Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station, 19 min walk Google Maps

Tennis Player in Tokyo
Tennis Player in Tokyo

Hibiya Park

Hibiya Park tennis courts are popular and they are very busy. The facilities include five outside artificial turf tennis courts and there is also lighting here. Additionally, they have an on-site reservation service. Location: 1-6 Hibiyakoen, Chiyoda City, Tokyo Train Access: Kasumigaseki Station, 1 min walk Google Maps

Showa no Mori Tennis Center

The Showa no Mori Tennis Center is an all-purpose tennis destination. There is a tennis school, tennis club, rental tennis courts, and various tennis-related events. There are several tennis courts that are inside and outside. Location: 600 Tanakacho, Akishima, Tokyo Train Access: Akishima Station, 8 min walk Google Maps

Toneri Park

Toneri Park is a massive park in north Tokyo. This park has a good selection of sports facilities and other entertainment options. There are fourteen artificial turf tennis courts with lights for night play. Location: 1-1 Tonerikoen, Adachi City, Tokyo Train Access: Google Maps

Higashi Ayase Park

The Higashi Ayase Park is a large sporting complex in east Tokyo. There is a good size tennis park with several all-weather outside tennis courts. Location: 3 Chome-4 Higashiayase, Adachi City, Tokyo Train Access: Ayase Station, 8 min walk Google Maps

Akatsuka Park

Akatsuka Park is a popular large park with many sports facilities. This park has a tennis area with seven all-weather outside tennis courts at this park. Location: 3 Chome-1 Takashimadaira, Itabashi City, Tokyo Train Access: Takashimadaira Station, 8 min walk Google Maps

Tobuki Sports Park

The Tobuki Sports Park is very large has a good collection of sports facilities. The tennis area of this park has six tennis courts. The courts are sand-filled artificial turf tennis courts and they have lights for night play. Location: 1746-1 Tobukimachi, Hachioji, Tokyo Train Access: Keio-hachioji Station, Bus Google Maps

Clay Tennis Court in Tokyo

Setagaya Park

Setagaya Park is a popular park near Shibuya. This park has a tennis area that comprises of four tennis courts. The outdoor courts have an all-weather surface and are well maintained. Location: 1-5-2 Ikejiri, Setagaya Ward, Tokyo Train Access: Ikejiri Ohashi Station, Yutenji Station, 15 min walk Google Maps

Shinkawa Tennis Courts

The Shinkawa Tennis Courts courts are popular for its very reasonable rates. There are four tennis courts here and they are also made of clay, which is a rarity in Tokyo. Location: 6 Chome-23-13 Shinkawa, Mitaka, Tokyo Train Access: Kichijoji Station, Bus 5, 2 min walk Google Maps

Shiba Park

Shiba Park is a large park that has some sports facilities. There is a small outside tennis area that includes three tennis courts. Location: 4 Chome-10-10 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo Train Access: Akabanebashi Station, 6 min walk Google Maps

Yoyogi-Nishihara Park Tennis Courts

The Yoyogi-Nishihara Park Tennis Courts are near Yoyogi park. This is a small tennis playing area with just two outside tennis courts that are open to the public. Location: 1-47-8, Nishihara, Shibuya City, Tokyo Train Access: Yoyogi-koen Station, 11 min walk Google Maps

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