Golf Courses Near Tokyo
Daiatsugi Country Club
The Daiatsugi Country Club is a world-class 45-hole golf course located only 50 kilometers (30 miles) west of Tokyo's center (1-hour by car or train).
Hakonekohan Golf Course
Located along Lake Ashinoko in the scenic Hakone area, this beautiful and classy resort golf course can be reached in 90-minutes from Tokyo.
Izu Ohito Country Club
A scenic pro-level golf course located in the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park that can be reached in 90-minutes from central Tokyo.
Kannami Springs Country Club
Designed by Pete Dye, this world-class scenic resort course is just 70 minutes from central Tokyo, offers spectacular views of Mt. Fuji, and more.
Olympic Country Club
Experience a world-class, classic Scottish style 27-hole golf course located just 70 kilometers (70 minutes by car) from central Tokyo.
Olympic Staff Ashikaga Golf Course
World-class scenic course by Nicklaus Design. 75 minutes from central Tokyo. Spectacular views. Located near popular sightseeing destinations.
Horai Country Club
Designed by Robert Von Hagge, known as the magician of light and shadow, this is one of Japan's leading championship courses. Surrounded by a magnificent natural forest, this highly strategic course will uplift the challenging spirit of players.
Nishinasuno Country Club
R. V. Hagge designed this championship course to be the most beautiful & exciting golf course in Japan. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Nishinasuno and the natural forest, playing this course will be a special memory that you'll never forget.
Welcome to Tokyo! The megapolis is the capital of Japan and serves as the country’s political and economic center. Like London, Paris, and New York, there are plenty of places to do business, sightsee, shop, eat, and be entertained. There are numerous world-class golf courses offering terrific experiences at reasonable prices within easy reach from Tokyo.
Tokyo is easy to reach from anywhere in the world. Two main airports serve Tokyo; Narita is primarily used for international flights, and Haneda, mostly for domestic travel. Haneda is closer to central Tokyo than Narita, so it’s more convenient. Haneda has seen an increase in international flights in recent years, so if you can take a flight to/from Haneda, we would recommend it.
Upon entering Japan, visitors from countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, only need a passport. There is no visa required. However, you must ensure you have enough time on your passport to cover your stay. If you hold a passport from another country, we advise you to check with the Japanese embassy in your country for entry requirements.
While Tokyo is known around the world as a city, it is technically a prefecture. The grouping of Tokyo and its neighboring prefectures is referred to as the Kanto region. Tokyo’s climate is temperate, with mostly mild and sunny winters, with the summer hotter and wetter.
When planning on playing golf in Tokyo, you will need to consider where you would like to stay. We can help you navigate the many options ranging from luxury hotels and resorts to boutique bed and breakfasts.
We’re here to help you have a fun and memorable day on a beautiful golf course.
Don’t speak Japanese? No problem! We’ll arrange for a guide-interpreter to be with you for the day.
No golf gear? That’s ok. Golf club sets and golf shoes are available for rent.
New to golf? That’s ok. We can match you with a coach registered with JLPGA (Japan Ladies Professional Golfers’ Association).
So, come on down to Tokyo and enjoy a day of fun golfing!