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Tokyo Sightseeing Information for Japan Trip

TOKYO SIGHTSEEING AREA

Nippon Budokan

[Sport] [Judo] [Pop Music]

[Event] All Japan Judo Championship
★★★★★★★★★★ (10.0/10.0)

[Overall] Sightseeing
★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ (6.0/10.0)

Features
◎ Enjoyable

◎ Beautiful
△ Relaxing
◎ Unique
◎ Japanese

TRY JAPAN recommends ...

1: to watch a martial arts (limited time)
2: to attend popular music concerts (limited time)

Central place of martial arts in Kitanomaru Park

If you visit Nippon Budokan, you can watch martial arts on tournament days.

It is a central place of martial arts in Japan. It was used as a Judo hall in the 18th Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964. Tournaments of martial arts are held.

It is a beautiful hall that was designed by Mamoru Yamada (1894-1966). The motif of its roof is Mt. Fuji.

It is also well-known as a central place of popular music in Japan. Superstars including The Beatles, Sting and Mr. Eikichi Yazawa (1949-Present) has held their concerts.

Adjacent to Nippon Budokan, there is Chidorigafuchi-Ryokudo. It is famous for cheey blossoms. Chiyoda-no-Sakura Festival is held in spring.

It opened in 1964. It is a large private martial arts hall with up to 14,471 seats at Kitanomaru Park in Kudanshita, Chiyoda City, Tokyo. Its nearest station is Kudanshita station.

Necessary Time
It is different from event to event.

Opening Hour
It is different from event to event.

Closed Day
It is different from event to event.

Admissions Fee
It is different from event to event.

Access
It takes about 5 minutes from Kudanshita Station.

Nearest Railway Station
◎ Kudanshita Station (Tokyo Metro: Tozai Line, Hanzomon Line)
◎ Kudanshita Station (Toei Subway: Shinjuku Line)

Fellow Travelers
◎ Alone
◎ With Friends
◎ With Significant Other
◎ With Family
◎ With Children

Name in English
Nippon Budokan

Name in Roman Letters
Nippon Budokan

Name in Japanese
日本武道館
にっぽんぶどうかん

Address
2-3, Kitanomaru-Koen, Chiyoda City, Tokyo, 102-8321, Japan

Telephone Number
03-3216-5100

URL
http://www.nipponbudokan.or.jp/english

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