Ariake Tennis Park

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

Tennis enthusiasts love Ariake Tennis Park, where one can hear the sounds of tennis balls being hit by the rackets from towards the trees. On the expansive grounds is the 10,000-seat center court, called Ariake Coliseum, which hold international tennis competitions, BJ League basketball games, martial arts competitions, concerts and other events. There are also 48 outdoor tennis courts and grassy plazas. Tennis courts can be rented by the hour so that even beginners can freely make use of them. The park is scattered about with bronze statues and other monuments, the fragrance of fine arts drifts about the woods and tree-lined paths and squares have cherry blossoms in spring and azaleas in early summer. Ariake Tennis Park bustles with visitors who come to enjoy walking, jogging and picnicking.

Park Info

Date Opened May 14, 1983
Area When Opened 163,069 ㎡
Facilities - 32 Hard courts
- 16 Omni courts
- Ariake Coliseum (1 structure, capacity 10,000)
- Clubhouse (restaurant, meeting rooms)
Off Days January 1 and December 31
Location 2-2-22 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0063
Parking Regular Cars: 159 spaces available (including 2 spaces for handicapped parking) / JPY 200 per hour (plus JPY 100 for every hour thereafter) Motorcycles, Scooters, etc.: Limited spaces are available, but there is also room near the parking area entrance.
Main Plants Clover, Japanese photinia, Japanese zelkova, Japanese stone oak, Japanese privet, camphor tree, Thunberg’s meadowsweet, azalea/satsuki azalea, Japanese cheesewood, shaggy hair, bamboo leaved oak, bamboo grass, dodan azalea, Chinese red bud, cherry blossom, tabunoki, Japanese aralia, sawtooth oak, konara oak, dawn redwood, maple, Japanese rose, hyugamizuki, kodemari, ring-cupped oak, sasanqua, bushkiller, bamboo, Chinese elm, pine, pomegranate, wild cherry, Burmese rosewood, Asian bog myrtle, Japanese bush cranberry, kousa dogwood, mulberry, chameleon plant, Japanese silver leaf
 

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Tennis Courts

Court Info

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

● Hardcourts, Section A: 16 courts (All 16 courts are lit at night and two have bleachers.)

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

● Hardcourts, Section B: 16 courts

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

● “Omni courts”with Artificial Turf, Section C: 16 courts

Ariake Coliseum

STRUCTURE
Retractable dome
(3 stories of steel-reinforced concrete, 4 stories in some areas)
)
HISTORY
May 14, 1983 Ariake Tennis Park opened.
April 4, 1987 Ariake Coliseum opened.
December 1988 Decision made to construct retractable roof.
April 1991 Retractable roof completed.

TOTAL CONSTRUTION COST
JPY 10.7 billion (Retractable roof: JPY 5.2 billion)

ARENA
1 semi-hardcourt, 1,153.1 ㎡
(42.13 meters x 27.37 meters)

SEATING
10,000 seats
1st Floor: 3,892 seats
2nd Floor: 3,824 seats
3rd Floor: 1,936 seats
VIPs: 220 seats
Press: 128 seats

TENNIS TOURNAMENTS
Japan Open Tennis Championships
All Japan Tennis Championships
Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Tournament
Several other tournaments

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

Other events

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

Ariake Tennis Forest Park

Directions

Yurikamome Line

Directions:Yurikamome Line

Directions from Major Stations

New Transit Yurikamome

8 min. on foot from Ariake Station.
10 min. on foot from Ariake Tennis no Mori Station.

Rinkai Line

Directions:Rinkai Line

Directions from Major Stations

5 min. on foot from Kokusai Tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line.

Airport Limousine (Shuttle Bus)

30 – 40 min. from Haneda Airport and 65 – 75 min. from Narita Airport. Get off at Hotel Sunroute Ariake Airport Limousine:http://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en/

 

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10th Floor, Aomi Frontier Building, 2-4-24 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo-to, 135-0064
TEL: 03-3599-7303 (Main Line)

E-mail: somu1@tptc.co.jp