This page introduces parks in Tokyo where basketball goals are installed. The page focuses on the surrounding environment and related facilities such as full basketball courts, street basketball and 3-on-3 courts. We have also prepared pages by city, ward, town and village, so please use them as well.

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 National Showa Memorial Park (Tachikawa City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Showa Kinen Park has three basketball goals, each with a court for 3-on-3. Balls can be rented for 100 yen per hour and a deposit of 200 yen (returned afterwards) is required. The courts are available for use from 9:30 until 30 minutes before the park closes.

 Tatsumi no Mori Seaside Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Tatsumi no Mori Kaihin Koen (Tatsumi Forest Seaside Park) in Koto-ku, Tokyo has one basketball goal and is a facility where you can enjoy shooting practice, 3-on-3, etc. Please note that the court is made of dirt, so please be careful not to get hurt or have an accident.


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 Kiba Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Kiba Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set up side by side. There are no lines or courts. It is located in a multi-purpose plaza, so there is plenty of space.

 Sarue Onshi Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Sarue Onshi Koen in Koto-ku, Tokyo, has two basketball goals side by side and is a facility where you can enjoy games such as 3-on-3 and shooting practice.

 Oshima Komatsugawa Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball goal at Oshima Komatsugawa Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, is located in a large open space. The ground is hard soil and surrounded by a grassy plaza.

 Toyosumi Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Toyosumi Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo has one basketball goal and the court surface is asphalt. The space is large enough, but the fences are not high enough, so please be careful when using the facilities.

 Tategawa riverside park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Tatekawa Riverside Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the Tatekawa Daiichi Ball Field. The area around and above the goal is netted for safe basketball play. The court surface is made of hardened soil.

 Akatsuka Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facilities at Akatsuka Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, are located in the park’s barbecue plaza and have two courts. The courts are paved with asphalt. The size of the court is not big enough to enjoy 3-on-3.

 Mitsugi Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Mitsugi Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal and is surrounded by a wire fence. The park is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The court surface is a dirt court.

 Benibai Park (Itabashi Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Koubai Park in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal, which is a little smaller than a typical goal, in the lower plaza of the park. The court surface is dirt and there are no fences around the court.

 Heiwajima Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Heiwajima Park in Ota-ku, Tokyo has one basketball goal. There are trees around the park, so be careful when playing 3-on-3.

 Shimomaruko Park (Ota Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shimomaruko Park is a fenced-in sports plaza with one basketball goal. In addition to the basketball goal, there is a futsal court in the plaza, which is a shared space. Please check the information board on the fence of the plaza for the hours of use, which are set for each season.

 Soshigaya Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Soshigaya Park in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set up in the sports square and is surrounded by a fence. The ground is dirt, so please be careful not to fall over.

 Komazawa Olympic Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Komazawa Olympic Park in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal installed on the wall of the park facility.

 Sakura Minna no Koen (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Sakura Minna no Park in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo has one basketball goal. The court surface is made of cushioned material around the goal, and the court surface is made of soil around the goal. Behind the goal is a protective fence. The park is located in a residential area.

 Okura Sports Park (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Okura Undo Koen in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, has a basketball goal set up inside a roller skating rink, where you can enjoy shooting practice, 3-on-3, and other activities.

 Yoyogi Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Yoyogi Park in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, has two courts with four basketball goals set up for competitive games. There are simple fences around the courts and benches on the court sides.

 Mitake Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Mitake Park in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, has two basketball goals and a court surface, and is surrounded by a fence. The court is named Jordan Court and you can see Michael Jordan’s handprint.

 Hiroo Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Hiroo Park in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the park’s net-enclosed catch basin. Use is limited to the hours of 8:00 to 21:00, and use during other hours is prohibited.

 Shinjuku Central Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shinjuku Chuo Park in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward has a multipurpose sports plaza with a basketball goal, where you can play street basketball and practice shooting.

 Okubo Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

Okubo Park has a basketball court where you can enjoy games and other activities. There are two movable basketball goals inside the court and two other goals for standby use, for a total of four goals. The court is open from 9:30 to 18:30 from April to September and from 9:30 to 17:30 from October to March.

 Nishitoyama Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Nishitoyama Park in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, has three different types of basketball goals set up in the sports plaza. Each court surface is made of soil.

 Shimizugawa Bridge Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shimizugawabashi Park in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the park’s plaza. It is not a dedicated space, so you need to be careful when using it, but there is no playground equipment, so children are not so conspicuous.

 Miyatabashi Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Miyatabashi Park in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. The width is a little narrow, but you can enjoy shooting practice and 3-on-3. The entire perimeter is fenced off, so you can enjoy playing basketball in peace.

 Hyakunincho Fureai Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Hyakunincho Fureai Park in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, is equipped with a single basketball goal, where you can practice shooting and enjoy games such as 3-on-3. The park is surrounded by a fence, so you can enjoy playing basketball in peace.

 Ochiai Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Ochiai Park in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, is a wire-enclosed facility with two basketball goals set up inside the fence. The park is open from 8:00 to 19:00 from April to September and from 8:00 to 17:00 from October to March, with priority given to elementary school students.

 Asahi Children’s Amusement Park (Toshima-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Asahi Childrens Park in Toshima-ku, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in an area surrounded by a net. The court surface is dirt and can be used for 3-on-3 and shooting practice.

 Shinozaki Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility in Shinozaki Park has a basketball goal on the opposite side of the park, so you can enjoy shooting practice and basketball games. However, please note that the ground is asphalt, so if you fall over, it can lead to serious injury. The perimeter is partially fenced off.

 Mizue Central Park (Edogawa Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Mizue Central Park in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in a corner of the playground. The court surface is dirt and surrounded by trees and stretching equipment, so it is only large enough for a little shooting practice.

 Shinkoiwa Park (Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shinkoiwa Park in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, is located in the park’s shooting square and has one basketball goal. The court surface is made of soil and surrounded by a net. The court is used in conjunction with a mini soccer court, so please be careful when using the court.

 Kawabata Daini Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Kawabata Daini Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, has one basketball goal and a sand-filled artificial grass court with lines for 3-on-3 and shooting practice. There are fences along the highway side and behind the goal.

 Kitashikahama traffic park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Kitashikahama Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set side by side on the left side fence of the youth ball field. The court surface is dirt and can be used for 3-on-3 and shooting practice.

 Miyagi Family Park (Adachi-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Miyagi Family Park in Adachi-ku, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set up in parallel in the park’s active sports plaza, and one of the goals has a court surface for 3-on-3 and other games. The area is surrounded by a low fence.

 Adachi Sports Center (Adachi Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at the Adachi Sports Center in Adachi Ward, Tokyo, has two basketball goals for 3-on-3 and shooting practice. The perimeter is fenced and the court surface is lined.

 Yahiro Park (Sumida-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Yahiro Park in Sumida-ku, Tokyo, has one basketball goal and is surrounded by a fence. The park is used in combination with tennis wall courts. The court surface is made of highly cushioned material, allowing for shooting practice.

 Hikarigaoka Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Hikarigaoka Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward is equipped with one basketball goal, so you can enjoy shooting practice and simple games. The goal is located along the promenade, so please be considerate of pedestrians.

 Johoku Central Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Johoku Central Park is located within the futsal field and is equipped with two basketball goals. The facility is fenced and includes a futsal court, basketball facility and tennis wall. Reservations for non-futsal use are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis from the day after the lottery draw.

 Summer Cloud Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Natsunokumo Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward has one basketball goal set up in the Sun Square. The court surface is dirt and there is no netting around the court. The hours of use are from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and use outside of these hours is prohibited.

 Shinagawa Kumin Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shinagawa Kumin Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, is equipped with a basketball goal, and basketball games such as shooting practice and 3-on-3 can be enjoyed.

 Higashi Yatsuyama Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

Higashi-Yatsuyama Park straddles Shinagawa Ward and Minato Ward in Tokyo and has one basketball goal set up in the park. The goal is located in a multi-purpose sports facility surrounded by fences and can be used freely.

 Shinagawa Central Park (Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shinagawa Central Park in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the multipurpose sports ground. The court surface is well maintained and lined, allowing for 3-on-3 and shooting practice.

 Nakameguro Park (Meguro-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Nakameguro Park in Meguro-ku, Tokyo is equipped with one basketball goal. The court surface is paved and the area is color-coded for street basketball. The park is open from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

 Hinokicho Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Minato Hinokicho Park in Akasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in a fenced area with a paved court. The park is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 Takanawa Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Located in Takanawa Park in Minato-ku, Tokyo, the basketball facility is surrounded by a fence and has a single basketball goal where you can enjoy shooting practice and 3-on-3.

 Yunagibashi Bridge Playground (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The Yunagibashi Bridge Playground in Minato-ku, Tokyo, is a playground with a skateboarding area and basketball court, and is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. from May to October and from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. from November to April.

 Aoyama Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Aoyama Park, located in Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, was built on the site of a former army firing range and a former repatriate housing complex, and is in front of Aoyama Reien. The park has a playground, swings, basketball goals, and other facilities.

 Minami Sakura Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Minami Sakura Park in Minato-ku, Tokyo is surrounded by office buildings and is equipped with stools and manholes for temporary toilets, a kamado stool, a well, and emergency sandbags as disaster countermeasures. In addition, children’s playground equipment and a basketball goal have been installed.

 Konan 3-chome Playground (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Konan Sanchome Asobaba (Konan 3-chome Playground) in Minato-ku, Tokyo, is a multipurpose plaza with a basketball goal, where you can enjoy 3-on-3 and shooting practice. The area is large and the perimeter of the plaza is fenced off.

 Shiba Shinboricho Children’s Amusement Park (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shiba-Shinboricho Children’s Amusement Park is equipped with one basketball goal and the court surface is asphalt. There is a protective net at the back of the goal, and there is no line. The park is a popular place for office workers to take a break, and there are also many people coming and going in the park. The hours of use are limited and cannot be used at night or early in the morning.

 Rikugi Park (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Rikugi Park in Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo, has a basketball goal set up in the park’s children’s playground, and there are no special enclosures around it. The park fence is located behind the goal. The court surface is dirt, and there are benches and restrooms by the goal.

 Koishikawa Sports Ground (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Koishikawa Undojo in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, has two goals set up in the A area of the sports plaza, where you can enjoy 3-on-3 (basketball). To use the facility, you must meet the eligibility requirements and complete the registration procedure.

 Hamacho Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Hamacho Park in Chuo-ku, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the area beside the Hamacho Sports Ground. The court surface is not very wide, and the surrounding area is made of rocks, so please be careful.

 Echizen-dori Children’s Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Echizen-dori Children’s Park is a netted catch-all field with two basketball goals set up for mini-games and other games. The facility is free to use, but be careful when using it because children are often playing catch or soccer.

 Tsukishima No.1 Children’s Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

Tsukishima Daiichi Children’s Park is equipped with playground equipment for children, stretching equipment for adults, and a health path for foot massage. In addition, there is a catch-all field surrounded by a fence and two basketball goals, so you can enjoy playing catch and basketball.

 Tsukijigawa Park (Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Tsukijigawa Park in Tokyo’s Chuo Ward has three basketball goals of various sizes, each located independently of the other, and one of them is equipped with a half-court for 3-on-3 and other games.

 Ogawa Plaza (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Ogawa Hiroba in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward has two basketball goals, one regular-sized and one smaller, set up on the futsal court. The area is surrounded by a fence. The court can be rented out on an hourly basis (up to 2 hours).

 Kandabashi Park (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Kandabashi Park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward has one half-court with one basketball goal, and is a facility where you can enjoy shooting practice, street basketball, 3-on-3 and more. There is a net around the court, so you can enjoy playing basketball safely.

 Koganei Park (Koganei City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Koganei Park in Koganei City, Tokyo, has two half-courts in Fureai Hiroba, a corner of the temporary parking lot, and three half-courts between Eucalyptus Hiroba and the tennis courts, for a total of five courts and five basketball goals. Each court is equipped with five basketball goals, allowing players to practice shooting and play competitive games such as 3-on-3.

 Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park (Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Nishi-Tokyo Ikoinomori Park is equipped with three goals, so you can enjoy playing basketball in a game format. The ball field is surrounded by a fence, but it is also attached to a mini soccer field. Please check the hours of use in advance before using the facilities.

 Mukunoki Park (Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo)

Mukunoki Park in Nishi-Tokyo City, Tokyo is located on the south side of Yanagisawa Children’s Hall in the Tokyo Metropolitan Housing complex, and is equipped with a combination playground, combination playground equipment, and a ropeway. In addition, there is a sports square with a basketball goal and a soccer mini-goal in the fenced square.

 Kubotoh Park (Kokubunji City, Tokyo)

KUBO HIGASHI KOUEN is located in Kokubunji city, Tokyo. 2 basketball goals are set up in the lawn of the park and one of them is damaged. There are no fences around them and no lines. The court surface is dirt and can be used for shooting practice.

 Jindai Botanical Park (Chofu City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Jindai Botanical Park in Chofu City, Tokyo, has a total of four basketball goals, one of which is located in the asphalt parking lot and is lined with the parking lot line. There is also one all-court surface.

 Tsurumaki No.2 Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Tsurumaki No. 2 Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has a single basketball goal set up in the corner of a grass field for shooting practice. The court surface is dirt and has some bumps. There are no fences around the court, so please be careful when using the court.

 Oyado Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

Oyato Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has basketball facilities with one basketball goal set up on the south side of the free open space in the park. The court surface is dirt, but there are some bumps. There are no fences around the court, and there are park paths and a jogging track behind the goal.

 Renkoji Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Renkoji Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up on the grassy area inside the park. The court surface is dirt and bumpy. There are no fences or other facilities around the court.

 Atago First Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Atago First Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. There is also a soccer goal next to the basketball goal, each of which can be used for shooting practice. There are no protective nets or fences around the goals, so please be careful when using them.

 Ochiai Minami Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Ochiai Minami Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. There is no protective netting or fencing around it, and the court surface is dirt.

 Nagayama Minami Park (Tama City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Nagayama Minami Park in Tama City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the corner of the grass field. The court surface is dirt and there is no protective netting or fencing around the court. There is also one soccer goal in the plaza.

 Mejirodai Minami Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Mejirodai Minami Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in a square surrounded by various trees. The plaza is spacious enough, and there is no protective netting around the court, and the court surface is dirt. There are benches by the goal for resting.

 Mejirodai East Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Mejirodai East Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal on the west side of the park. It is located in an inconspicuous area surrounded by trees. A protective fence has been installed around the goal and the court surface is dirt.

 Odano Central Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Odano Central Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the park’s Nakayoshi Square. The court surface is made of soil and the surrounding area is a grass square. The back of the goal is covered with a net that is slightly higher than the goal.

 Shiroyamate Maple Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shiroyamate Maple Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set up across from each other, which is unusual for a park, so you can enjoy playing basketball. The court surface is dirt and there are no fences or nets around the court. The area is residential and there are no parking lots or parking spaces in the park.

 Tobu Park (Kodaira City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Tobu Park in Kodaira City, Tokyo, has a single basketball goal with no perimeter fence or court surface lines. The court surface is dirt and there are several benches set up a short distance behind the goal.

 Asahi Park (Hamura City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Asahi Park (Asahi Koen) in Hamura City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal in a place surrounded by a net. In addition to the basketball goal, the facility has a baseball wall. The court surface is a dirt court and there are no lines.

 Hagakami Park (Hamura City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Hagakami Park in Hamura City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal and a low fence behind the goal. The court surface is dirt and there are no obstacles around the court.

 Sanno Minami Park (Kodaira City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Sanno Minami Park in Kodaira City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. The park is surrounded by a high fence and the court surface is dirt.

 Asahigaoka Central Park (Hino City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Asahigaoka Central Park in Hino City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in the direction of the center of the baseball field. The court surface is dirt with some unevenness. There are no fences or court lines around the court.

 Misawa Tachibana Park (Hino City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Misawa Tachibana Park in Hino City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up near the center of the park. There are no fences around the park and the court surface is made of soil. There are benches, arches and water fountains around the court.

 Sayamadani Park (Mizuho Town, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Sayamatani Park in Mizuho-cho, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. The court surface is dirt and there are no protective nets or other facilities around the court.

 Matsubara Central Park (Mizuho Town, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Matsubara Central Park in Mizuho-cho, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. The court surface is dirt and there is no protective netting around the court. There is also playground equipment next to the goal, so please be careful when using this facility.

 Watershed Sewage Treatment Plant Plaza (Kunitachi City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at the Riyu Ikege Sewage Treatment Plant Plaza in Kunitachi City, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set up on a multi-purpose court inside the park. The court surface is paved with highly cushioned rubber chips made from recycled tire waste, and there is one basketball court.

 Kamiyama Park (Kiyose City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Kamiyama Park in Kiyose City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal, a half court for 3-on-3 and lines. There are no fences around the perimeter. Please note that the hours and days of use are limited.

 Miboricho 4-chome Park (Akishima City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Mihoricho 4-chome Park in Akishima City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up near the center of the park. The park has a large enough space with no protective netting around it and the court surface is made of soil.

 Showa Park (Akishima City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Showa Park in Akishima City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up near the free open space. The court surface is dirt and surrounded by trees.

 Akishima Eco Park (Akishima City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Akishima Eco Park in Akishima City, Tokyo, has two basketball goals, one regular size and one mini size, set up in the sports zone of the park. The court surface is dirt with a low fence behind the goals. There are also benches near the goals.

 Wakakusa Park (Ome City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Wakagusa Park in Ome City, Tokyo, is located on the southeast side of the park and has two basketball goals set up side by side in the open space. There are no fences around the park, and the area behind the goals is lined with trees and outdoor lights. The court surface is dirt and there are no lines.

 Akiruno Plaza (Akiruno City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Akiruno Hiroba in Akiruno City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up on the north side of the square. There is no protective netting around the goal, and the court surface is tiled. There are lights and trees planted around the goal.

 Musashinodai Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Musashinodai Park in Fussa City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up in a square with playground equipment for children. The court surface is dirt, with some pebbles and bumpy areas. There are no nets or other facilities around the court.

 Musashinodai Higashi Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Musashinodai Higashi Koen (Musashinodai East Park) in Fussa City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up on top of a wall in the park. The court surface is dirt with a protective net behind it. The goal has been removed and cannot be used at this time.

 Tatsuno West Park (Higashiyamato City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Tatenishi Park in Higashiyamato City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal for shooting practice. The court surface is dirt and there are no protective nets or fences around the court.

 Sawayado Nature Park (Machida City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Sawayato Nature Park in Machida City, Tokyo, has two basketball goals set up in the park’s multipurpose plaza. There are no lines, and the court surface is dirt, allowing for shooting practice.

 Yamazakura Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Yamazakura Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal. The court surface is made of soil and is used for shooting practice. Benches are set up around the court, and cherry blossoms can be enjoyed in the spring.

 Nagamine 3-chome Danchimae Court (Inagi City, Tokyo)

Nagamine 3-chome Danchi-mae Court (Nagamine 3-chome Danchi-mae Court) is located in Inagi City, Tokyo. One basketball goal is set up in the plaza in front of Nagamine 3-chome Danchi, about 100 meters from the Nagamine 2-chome intersection on National Route 19. The court surface is dirt and benches are set up around it. There is no parking space.

 Shiroyama Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Shiroyama Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, has one basketball goal set up on a concrete wall inside the Ichinomaru. The court surface is asphalt-based with no lines or perimeter fencing.

 Inajokita Ryokuchi Park (Inagi City, Tokyo)

The basketball facility at Inagi North Green Park in Inagi City, Tokyo, is located within the park’s Tama Pear Park and is open from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm. There is one basketball court (2 basketball goals) and lines are drawn. The perimeter of the facility is fenced off for the exclusive use of basketball.

 Former Izumi Three-On-Three Court (Komae City, Tokyo)

The Motoizumi Three-on-three Court in Komae City, Tokyo, has two basketball goals facing away from each other inside a fenced-in court. The court is a little small for three-on-three, so it can be used for one-on-one or shooting practice.

 Komae Elevated Exercise Plaza (Komae City, Tokyo)

This facility has already been closed.
The Komae Elevated Sports Plaza is located under the elevated Odakyu Line and is about a 5 minute walk from Izumi-Tamagawa Station. The plaza is surrounded by a fence, and two basketball goals have been installed for shooting practice.

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