The venue for Tokyo Big6 Baseball League games and other renowned events, Jingu Stadium is hallowed ground for student ball players. This stadium is also the home field of Tokyo Yakult Swallows, and attracts large numbers of spectators on a daily basis.
Golf Driving Range
One of the largest venues of its kind in Tokyo, the Golf Driving Range has 163 ranges.
Private lessons and golf schools held by in-house professionals are also available.
Rubber-ball Baseball Ground
The largest baseball ground in central Tokyo, it is widely known for its popularity with amateur baseballers.
The venue includes tennis courts that can be rented on a per-court basis, a futsal court, and an indoor practice facility, all popular with users.
Ice Skating Rink
This Ice Skating Rink is available to users from beginners to professionals, and is open all seasons.
It can be used for ice hockey and curling games, as well as for figure skating.
Shinanomachi Futsal and Tennis Court
Each court is partitioned by fences, and has artificial grass and sand, allowing uninterrupted play.
Sendagaya Futsal Court
This artificial grass court is equipped with night illuminations, warm-water showers, and restrooms.
There is also a shop stocked with a broad array of items.
Lawn Tennis Club
The Lawn Tennis Club is a members-only club that boasts a beautiful natural environment and a long history and tradition.
Tennis schools and rental courts are available for non-members.
Batting Practice Range
The Batting Practice Range lets you play against popular baseball players (virtually).
The ranges can be used for batting practice at levels ranging from beginners to serious practice.
Jingu Secondary Stadium
This baseball ground is used for the Tokyo regional qualifiers for the National High School Baseball Championship and for Division-2 games of Tohto University Baseball League, among other events.
Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery
This is the symbol of Jingu Gaien, built to record the virtue of the Meiji emperor and Shoken empress dowager for posterity.
Murals representing the achievements of the emperor and the empress dowager are exhibited in the museum.
Established to promote and preserve traditional Japanese culture, the Picture Gallery School provides lessons in the tea ceremony, ikebana (flower arrangement), calligraphy, pen & wash drawing of landscapes, and senchado (boiled tea) tea ceremony,Japanese style Picture Painting and Traditional Japanese dance.
Ceramic Art School
This school is open to people from beginners to masters, allowing them to learn a wide variety of traditional ceramic arts in Japan in a workshop located in a wood.
Park for Children
This is a land of adventures for children, with TRIM (fitness) facilities, mountains, a waterfall, and a wood.
The Park also allows children to come in contact with birds and insects rarely seen in urban areas.
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