Here are some parks in Tokyo where you can enjoy climbing walls. From bouldering facilities for small children to full-fledged climbing facilities, we have a wide range of climbing facilities for you to enjoy.

 Miyashita Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

The climbing wall at Miyashita Park has a 7.5 meter high x 11.7 meter wide rope climbing wall and a 4 meter high x 7.6 meter wide bouldering wall. The climbing wall is available from 9am to 10pm and costs 350 yen per 2 hours for adults and 200 yen per 2 hours for elementary and junior high school students, with accompanying parents also charged.

 Tobuki Sports Park (Hachioji City, Tokyo)

The Climbing Garden at Tobuki Sports Park in Hachioji City, Tokyo is equipped with Climb Rocks (bouldering equipment) and Climb Trees (tree climbing equipment). Sometimes bouldering experience is held as an event.

 Asobono (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

The climbing wall at Asobono (Asobono) in Tokyo Dome City in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo is located in the Adventure Ocean in the Ocean Area. It is located in a ball pool, so even small children can enjoy it safely.

 Kodomo no Shiro (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

Children’s Castle is a facility built for the sound upbringing of children, where various events, hands-on programs, lectures and study groups are held. The complex includes a music lobby, music studio, video library, play hall, molding studio, gymnasium, swimming pool, hotel, training rooms, offices, theater and other facilities.

 Ochiai Park (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

Ochiai Park in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward has a climbing wall facility with both a vertical wall and a slope climbing wall, and is suitable for children from young children.

 Nankaibashi No.1 Children’s Amusement Park (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

The climbing wall at Nankai Bridge Children’s Amusement Park (Nankai Bridge Daiichi Jido-Yuen) in Koto-ku, Tokyo, consists of two tiers of 20 panels made by Pyramid Corporation. It is about 2 meters high, and the ground is soil mixed with gravel, and it is installed on the wall of Nankai Bridge.

 Koganei Park (Koganei City, Tokyo)

The Wall Climbing Wall at Koganei Park in Koganei City, Tokyo, is located in the middle of Wanpaku Mountain in Wanpaku Square. There are two walls, one on the top and one on the bottom, with different levels of difficulty depending on where you climb.

 Kitamachi Park (Kokubunji City, Tokyo)

The climbing wall facility at Kitamachi Park in Kokubunji City, Tokyo, has a wall for ages 6-12 with red, green and yellow holds on the wall. The ground on which the wall is set up is a sandbox. There are many ways to have fun, such as limiting the color of the holds you use or trying your hand at traversing the wall.

 Nikkobashi Park (Fussa City, Tokyo)

Tamagawa Josui Ryokuchi Nikkobashi Park in Fussa City, Tokyo is a green space along Tamagawa Josui, and there is a climbing tower in the park. The height of the tower is about 4m to 5m, and there are four walls with different difficulty levels. It is a full-scale climbing wall and it looks tough for children to use. There are benches and arches around the wall.

 Oizumihashido Park (Nerima Ward, Tokyo)

The climbing wall at Oizumi Hashido Park in Tokyo’s Nerima Ward is located in the Wanpaku Square near the park’s entrance gate. The wall has holds on both sides. The height of the wall suggests that it is for children, but it looks reasonably challenging.

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