Komazawa Olympic Park General Sports Ground


Museums & Attractions


This park in Setagaya-ku served as the second stadium during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, and is home to a distinctive, Kenzo Tange-designed tower that looks more like a Jenga set. The facilities are still used for sporting meets today, as well as less athletically challenging events such as flea markets.


1-1 Komazawa-Koen, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

Transport Komazawa-Daigaku Station (Denentoshi line)

Telephone 03 3421 6199


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

Restaurants & Cafés near Komazawa Olympic Park General Sports Ground

Brooklyn Ribbon Fries Komazawa

One of the most popular shops at Aoyama's late 246 Common (now reborn as Commune 246), these ...

Koen-dori no Yoshoku-ya Roman

This restaurant is not far from Komazawa University and serves yoshoku, the Japanese take on ...


The interior may look like a branch of Pronto – tackier, in fact – but Primoordine takes its ...

Harmony Coffee

Sparsely decorated with a collection of antique coffee percolators, Harmony Coffee is as quaint ...

AS Classics Diner

AS Classics Diner is an American-style diner liberally decorated with old American memorabilia ...


Originally a summer-only dessert at the soba shop upstairs, the kakigori at this ...


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