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06-25-2006, 04:54 PM #86
I am tommy and if I am not mistaken I've meet and play with you when you were here in LA at SGVBC. Anyways my younger brother will be visiting Japan and will be staying in OSAKA, and he is wondering if you can help him find a place to play.
06-25-2006, 09:12 PM #87
My younger sister is livening in LA. So we will have a chance to meet and play in LA near future
I will find some place to play for your brother. There are a lot of places in Osaka. when I know about him, I will look for better places for him.So tell me about him more.
*When he can play?
*his address or area code
*his age and player's level
*He has a bicycle, a bike or a car?
Send his ditails to my PM.
Talk to you soon
Originally Posted by cvanbui
07-26-2006, 06:15 AM #88
Playing badminton near Roppongi or Maronuchi?
I just arrived in Tokyo and will stay for 6 months, and I really want to get back to playing on a regular basis I live in Roppongi and work in Marunouchi, does anyone know where to play not too far? Please tell me, I don't speak japanese and it's difficult to find information on the web
07-27-2006, 01:18 AM #89
Welcome to Tokyo
Tell me your badminton level. Do you have a racket and a pair of shoes for badminton?
You know, it is humid in Tokyo now. Almost club use a gym in a school. There are not some air conditioner in the gyms. So it is very hot and humid in a gym. Is it OK?
Originally Posted by sebfori
07-27-2006, 10:31 AM #90
Hello Miyuki, thanks for your prompt reply
regarding my level, I've been playing for 3 years in my club in France, but never played in any tournaments. I play doubles and singles, and I love both. I'm definitely not a beginner anymore, and I'm getting back to a decent fitness level thanks to my gym. I love competitive games, with people who really mean playing. I did bring one of my rackets with me from Paris, and I also have my shoes, so that makes me ready to play I guess
Regarding the weather, well, that's expected isn't it? I'll give it a shot, and I'll see how it goes... No air conditionning in my local gym either, and it does get pretty hot too these days...
07-28-2006, 02:14 AM #91
I found some clubs in Shibuya and Mita.
How about tomorrow afternoon?
I sent you a mail to your PM. Check it
08-23-2007, 10:25 AM #92
Coming to Tokyo
I hope you still view this forum as I can see you have been very helpful to other people in my position.
I will come to Japan for 2 or 3 years from 1st September. I will live near Seijo and will work near Musashi Kosugi.
I noted that you play(ed?) at a club near Musashi Kosugi? It is still going?
Any advice about where to play would be great.
Last edited by garethpr; 08-23-2007 at 10:33 AM.
08-24-2007, 07:55 AM #93
Welcome to Japan!
I still play in Musashikosugi. Our club open 2-5pm on the 8th of September. If you want to join, PM me. Let's fix the meeting place and time.
When you know the nearest station, let me know it. I may tell you other club near your place.
Bring your racket and shoes at least.
I am looking forward to playing with you !
take care of your trip
08-27-2007, 07:58 PM #94
Good morning. I am from Singapore and now having my vocation in Tokyo till this friday. I am trying to locate a shop that sell all kind of badminton stuff. However, I am not able to locate one. I seen your message that there is a badminton shop in shibuya. Will you be able to tell me the exact location and how can i go there. I will be happy to buy a stuff back to singapore. Waiting for your reply
08-28-2007, 12:21 AM #95
There are 2 shops in Shibuya. Thier websites are as following.
They have some branches. So check "渋谷” in the website.
5 minutes from Shibuya station for a walk
1 minutes from Shibuya station for a walk
There is a police station next to Hachiko exit on Shibuya station. Ask them with their map or address when you are lost. You can find them easily.
08-28-2007, 02:42 AM #96
Thanks for your information. I will check it out tomorrow over at shibuya.
09-23-2007, 05:13 AM #97
I would like to join your Sunday playing session.
Normally how many people play there and what levels normally.
Also what age group does it comprise of that play there?
10-09-2007, 05:51 AM #98
Hi to all members of this forum..first i want to introduce myself, i'm Chris from Makuhari-cho, Chiba. I'm a Filipino working here in Japan. My colleagues have suggested we find a place to play badminton, and so i browse the internet and i ended up in this forum which i think will become very informative...what caught my attention was Miyuki-san's tireless efforts in helping forum members fit in with their respective locations and i wish Miyuki-san can help me too in finding a place where we can play badminton...and hoping we can play with her too. You have a nice forum here..keep up the good work guys and gals.
10-16-2007, 02:10 AM #99
Hi Miyuki, I'm wondering whether there are any clubs that I can play at in Nara, around the Ikoma (生駒) region. It would be great if you could help me find one, so that I'll have something to do when I go back to Japan in December.
10-16-2007, 07:01 AM #100
10-16-2007, 12:50 PM #101
10-17-2007, 02:37 AM #102
I'm Chris from Makuhari, Chiba I wanna ask you if there's a place here wherein my colleagues and I can play badminton?
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