Greater Tokyo

Nishinasuno Country Club

The course has hosted the Japan Players Championship by Sato Foods, a Japanese men's professional golf tour tournament, in May 2021.

This is a woodland course surrounded by red pine forests at the foot of the Nasu Mountain Range. You can enjoy the liberating feeling of being embraced by nature. The course opened in 1993.

The course is about 160 km (about 100 miles) from central Tokyo, but it takes about 100 minutes from Tokyo Station to the golf course using the Shinkansen bullet train and the club bus that is connected to the Shinkansen schedule. Therefore, a day trip to the course is possible.

There are also lodges (30 twin rooms) and cottages (up to 8 people) that are shared with the sister course, Horai Country Club. So, you can stay overnight and enjoy playing at both of these two golf courses.

The club is a membership golf club, but the restaurant, lockers, showers, and store in the clubhouse are also available for use by visitors.


18 holes, par 72

1, using Penncross Creeping Bentgrass

7,036 yards (back tees) 6,647 yards (mid tees)

JGA Course Rates
73.4 (back tees) 71.4 (mid tees)



A woodland course with pine trees separating each hole.There is not much difference in elevation, but ponds and bunkers are well placed, so you need to be strategic.The fairways are bent grass, which is rare in Honshu, Japan, and you can play on the green grass all year round.There are 52 bunkers and 10 holes with water hazards.

  • Driving Range: 300 yards, 20 hitting stations.
  • Approach Practice Area: Available (with bunkers)
  • Putting Practice Green: Available
  • Carts/Caddies: 5-seater passenger carts with GPS navigation are available for use. Optional caddies are available.


    Dress Code
    Proper golf attire (no t-shirts or jeans). Except in summer, players are expected to wear a tailored jacket or blazer in the clubhouse.
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