About The Park

Musaski Park Skatepark is a newly opened indoor and outdoor skatepark operated by Murasakisports, located near the Rara port shopping mall in Tachikawa, Tokyo. It opened in July 2023 and is the successor to the former Musashi Park Tokyo in Adachi Ward, which has been relocated and renewed.

With a total area of approximately 2,000 square meters, including an indoor area of approximately 1,700 square meters and an outdoor area of approximately 300 square meters, it is one of the largest indoor and outdoor skateparks in the Kanto region.

The park features a variety of sections, from competition-spec street and park-style courses designed under the supervision of experts, to a 14-foot large vertical ramp used in world competitions, providing high quality facilities for competitions.

In addition, there is a flat space and mini section outdoors, so not only advanced skaters but also beginners and intermediate skaters can enjoy themselves.

The park is made of a durable concrete base, which makes it less susceptible to deterioration and allows for consistent skating conditions. The main indoor area is also air-conditioned and all-weather, so you can skate comfortably all year round.

The park also features a large skateshop, where you can purchase skateboards, BMXs, and other related items. You can also rent equipment, so even if you are a beginner, you can come and try it out without any worries.

At the pre-opening reception party, top Japanese skaters, including Olympic medalists, were invited to perform a spectacular and powerful demonstration, which greatly excited the audience.

Skateboarding is now a leading sport in the world, and this park, which can be considered a new hub in the Kanto region, is expected to nurture future athletes who will compete on the world stage and further raise the level of Japanese skateboarding, as well as spread the greatness of X-sports to many people.

Basic Info


935 Izumicho, Tachikawa, Tokyo 190-0015, Japan

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There are parking lots.


【1day ticket 】
Weekday 1,100yen
Sat, Sun, Holidays 1,650yen

【Night time(18:00~)】
Weekday 880yen
Sat, Sun, Holidays 1,100yen

Opening Hours


Section List

About The Sections

The indoor area is designed in a street style, consisting of sections such as banks, ledges, rails, and stairs.

The parkside features stage banks and curves that allow skaters to accelerate, and the layout is designed for competitions and contests, allowing skaters to use all the sections in the park in a single flow.

The section sizes are not too large, so even beginners and intermediate skaters can try them out.

The outdoor area consists of an easy-to-skate area with a flat base and small sections and ramps, as well as a massive 14-foot vertical ramp.

The entire surface is made of smooth concrete, which allows for comfortable skating without getting tired even after a long time.

Here is a more detailed breakdown of the sections:

Indoor Area

  • Banks: A bank is a curved section that allows skaters to transition from one level to another.
  • Ledges: A ledge is a raised platform that skaters can grind on.
  • Rails: A rail is a long, narrow metal bar that skaters can slide on.
  • Stairs: Stairs can be used for a variety of tricks, such as ollies, kickflips, and grinds.
  • Stage banks: Stage banks are larger banks that are used for gaining speed.
  • Curves: Curves are sections that are curved in a horizontal plane.

Outdoor Area

  • Flat base: A flat base is a level area that is used for practicing tricks and skating lines.
  • Small sections: Small sections are smaller versions of the sections found in the indoor area.
  • Ramps: Ramps are curved sections that allow skaters to air out.
  • 14-foot vertical ramp: A vertical ramp is a wall that is perpendicular to the ground. The 14-foot vertical ramp at Musashi Park Skatepark is one of the largest in the Kanto region.


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