Koishikawa Undojo (Koishikawa Sports Ground) in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo is a sports facility operated by Bunkyo-ku. It consists of a ground that can accommodate an official soccer court, a conference room, and a sports square where 3-on-3 and other games can be held.

The ground is a JFA-approved long-pile artificial turf, and is large enough to accommodate one official-sized soccer court (105m x 68m) and two baseball fields.

The facility is also well-lit, so it can be used for 20 games. The facility is also equipped with lighting, so it can be used for night games until 20:30.

Reservations can be made two months in advance from the 8th day of the month through the “Bunkyo-ku Facility Reservation Net,” which makes reservations for sports and cultural facilities in Bunkyo Ward.

Both the ground and conference room can be rented in two-hour units for 3,300 yen (3,000 yen per hour for lighting) or 1,600 yen per hour, respectively.

In the sports square, the two areas of AB can be used free of charge in half-day units for the purpose of 3-on-3 in A, mini soccer in B on weekdays, and roller skating, unicycling, and skateboarding on Saturdays and Sundays.

Since both the grounds and the sports plaza are used as valuable places for people to play grass baseball and soccer in Bunkyo Ward, they get booked up quickly, so those who want to use them are advised to plan and make reservations as soon as possible.

The nearest station is Iidabashi Station on the JR Sobu Line or subway, about a 15-minute walk in the direction of Korakuen. Parking is not provided, so please use public transportation or pay parking nearby.

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Name of Park Koishikawa Sports Ground
Park Address 6-16-3, Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Facilities and equipment Soccer field, mini soccer field, basketball goal, skateboard
Soccer Field Sports Square (basketball goal & futsal field) Entrance to the sports field

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive

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