5 Best Sports Bars in Tokyo

By Christina Chen
Updated: August 10, 2022

Looking for good places to catch the game and have a pint or two with fellow sports fans? We've compiled an overview of 5 trendy sports bars in Tokyo, each with a different vibe. Feel free to hop between them and enjoy the various crowds. Or, between games, why not cool off at one of these 6 Tokyo Beer Gardens? Enjoy your summer in Japan with games, drinks, food, and friends! 

Best Sports Bars in Tokyo

Here are some recommended sports bars in Tokyo to visit to catch the game with a beer in hand.

  1. Legends Sports Bar 
  2. SPORTS & DARTS BAR Sector 7G 
  3. The Public Red  
  4. KITEN!
  5. RUGBY Dinner No Side Club

1. Legends Sports Bar 

sports bar patio

Legends Sports Bar opened in Roppongi in 2004. It has 8 large screens that display sports games. They offer plenty of classic American foods from burgers to pizzas, and also other delicious snacks. As for drinks, they offer various craft beers along with cocktails and wine. Although the prices are slightly high, they hold weekly events such as burger night and pizza night which are always a very good deal. An all-you-can-drink menu is also available. You can sit both inside or outside to enjoy two different atmospheres. 

Address: 1F, Aoba Roppongi Building, 3-16-33 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032

Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 17: 00 ~ late | Saturday, Sunday & Holidays, 17: 00 ~ late

Kitchen hours: Monday - Sunday, open until 23:00 | Friday & Saturday, open until 25:00

TEL: 03 -3589-3304

2. SPORTS & DARTS BAR Sector 7G 

SPORTS & DARTS Bar is another bar where you can catch the latest game, just a 4-minute walk away from JR Shinjuku Station. This bar features a large monitor where you can watch the game. They also have a dartboard which you can pay 100 yen per round to play. The atmosphere is friendly and open, so you could either go with friends or enjoy drinks by yourself. Italian and American food and varied drinks are served in the bar. 

Address: 1 Chome-8-1, Kabukicho, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0021

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday, 18:00-06:00

TEL: 03-3205-8722

3. The Public Red  

Public Red entrance

The Public Red is a sports bar in Tokyo that offers a relaxing space with a stylish design where customers can enjoy their nights. Six types of Japanese craft beer, Japanese wine, sake, and cocktails are offered. They also serve premium foods made from local ingredients, like Zao Meat Pie and Simmered Daisen Chicken with Setouchi Lemon Cream. To try a variety of Japanese foods, order the “Taste of Japan," which includes assorted Japanese delicacies. For a more upscale Tokyo sports bar experience, The Public Red is definitely the place to go, offering more than 10 different kinds of cigars.

Address: 3 Chome-11-8, Akasaka, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0052

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 17:00-05:00 | Sunday, 17:00-03:00

TEL: 03-5545-3953


Nothing is better than enjoying game night with traditional Japanese izakaya food, such as Japanese grilled meat, karaage (fried chicken), and ramen. Sports lovers can gather in KITEN!, a small and cozy Tokyo sports bar. Celebrate your team's wins and commiserate over their defeats with strangers and friends alike. It's a great sports bar to enjoy the rowdy spirit of the game! In addition, a lot of options for payment are available, so no worries about breaking out the Japanese cash. 

Address: 4 Chome-7-4 3F, Koenjiminami, Suginami City, Tokyo 166-0003

Opening Hours: Tuesday- Friday,18:00-23:00 | Saturday-Sunday, 13:00-23:00

TEL: 03-5913-8688 

5. RUGBY Dinner No Side Club

Sports bar rugby

You can tell from the name that this bar is designed for rugby, but you probably don’t know that this is the only rugby club in Tokyo! Rugby games are always playing at RUGBY Dinner No Side Club, so it's the perfect place to meet people who love the game. They offer delicious finger foods and plenty of drinks, from beers to sake.

Address: 3 Chome-10-22 Takada, Toshima City, Tokyo 171-0033

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 17:00-00:00

TEL: 03-3209-0723 

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Christina Chen
Chrissy grew up in Chengdu, China and she studies in the United States. Currently, she is travelling and writing blogs in Tokyo. She loves cooking, food hunting, and eating by herself. She believes that food could bring people together. May the delicacy be with your life.
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