Edogawa Sportsland
Edogawa Sportsland

Edogawaku Sportsland in Higashi-Shinozaki, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo is the only municipal ice skating rink in the 23 wards of Tokyo. 60m x 30m indoor rink, where ice skating, figure skating, short track, curling and various other sports can be held. It is a 60m x 30m rink where various competitions can be held.

In addition, skating classes are held for a wide range of people, from beginners to parents and children, as well as intermediate skaters. Every Sunday, a free 30-minute lesson is held by a dedicated instructor at Edogawa Sports Land, so those who are interested but worried can actually participate and feel the atmosphere.

During the summer, the skating rink is replaced by a large 50-meter pool, where you can swim to your heart’s content, and various swimming classes are also held for beginners and families.

In addition, there is a health room equipped with a variety of weight machines where you can do gym exercises and popular stretching exercises to maintain your health.

There is also a conference room that can be used for meetings, dance, yoga, and other multi-purpose activities.

From the nearest stations, take the Keisei Bus from JR Koiwa, Shin-Koiwa, or Shin-Urayasu Stations, or from Toei Shinozaki or Mizue Stations, and get off at Bus Stop Sports Land Iriguchi or Edogawa Sports Land Station.

Parking is available for approximately 110 vehicles; paid parking is available 24 hours a day. (200 yen for the first hour, 100 yen for each hour thereafter)

Park Name Edogawak Suportland
Park Address 1-8-1 Higashi-Shinozaki, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
Facilities and equipment Futsal field, Tennis court
Tennis court Futsal court Parking lot

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