Japan is a great country to explore. Its food, its culture, its people, and its natural wonders—everything’s great here. You’d be hard-pressed to find something you don’t like. Except if you’re trying to find a gym for a short-term visit.
Japan has a host of gyms, the most popular being Gold’s Gym, Konami Sports Club, Anytime Fitness, and Tipness. Generally, gyms in Japan encourage visitors to pay for a monthly membership, however, if you are without a long-term visa, you’ll struggle to find a gym that will allow you to purchase a membership.
To help you continue your exercise routine while on vacation, I’ve compiled a list of gyms that allow short-term use or one-day trials for tourists. I’ll also discuss the types of gyms in Japan and what to watch out for when you’re in one.
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