Tokyo Street Hockey Association

"Learn From It"

The TSHA has 232 members as of February, 2016!

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Thank you for visiting the Tokyo Street Hockey Association web site! Here you'll find out everything you need to know about our group, and how you can get in on the action! Click the appropriate tab at the top to find out what you need to know. Be sure to check out scenes from our games and the people who play in our pictures section !

We play on the first, second, and third Friday of every month, so go to our join section to sign up for the newsletter and get the most recent updates, or just check out the calendar . Also check out the info section to find out everything you need to know about what we do and how we do it, like where to buy sticks and where we play . And if after you search our site exhaustively and still have questions about what to do, then write in and ask !

Latest TSHA Street Hockey Report

The TSHA Street Hockey Report goes out by email every Monday (or thereabouts) to keep members informed about upcoming games and their location, how the last night of hockey went, and also any news or other information relevant to TSHA members. So, you can read the report here, but it is much better if you sign up for the weekly mail on our Join page .

If you want to read previous reports, you can check out the TSHA Street Hockey Report Archive .

Street Hockey Report for Tuesday 19th January 2016

Happy New Year everybody. After a one month break, it is time to play some hockey. It's also time to get ready for the Yamato Cup. Details follow below

1. GAME ON for Friday, January 22, 8-10pm at Musashi-Urawa.

- Address: Saitama-ken, Toda-shi, Bijyogi 1-chome-8


- Map:

- Getting there: Meet at Musashi-Urawa station, West Exit at 7:30-7:45

and split taxis. If you find yourself alone, follow the signs to the

West exit taxi queue and tell the taxi driver "Bijyogi i-chome no 7-11"

or show him the address above. Beware there is also a 7-11 in Bijyogi


Or you can walk to the rink from Musashi-Urawa or Kita-Toda station in

about 15 minutes.

- Games: We aim for 4-5 games, usually first to 5 goals wins

- Jerseys: Please bring both a white and a dark shirt to play in.

- Cost: 2500 yen per player. Goalies, ladies and first timers are 500yen.

If you have not RSVP'd please do. In any case Game On!

Or go to and sign up to join me at Friday Night Ball Hockey on 1月22日金曜日 at 20:00:


2. Yamato Cup 2015 (Makeup) Sunday March 20 9:00am to 6:00pm

The first of this year's two Yamato Cups will be held Sunday March 20 in Musashi Urawa. Format will be similar to past years- a round robin tournament followed by playoffs and the crowning of a champion. I am hoping for 5 teams this year including 2 teams from Nagoya. Fees are expected to be JPY 50,000 per team or roughly JPY 6,000 a player


I need help pulling this off. Please let me know if you are willing to help out in the planning and execution of the event. Most importantly I need 3 captains and 3 goaltenders. Anybody willing to captain a team please reply to this message or contact me at or sign up for the event on by clicking this link:

Join me at Yamato Cup Tokyo Ball Hockey Tournament 2015 Reschedule on 3月20日日曜日 at 9:00:

3. TSHA Dates to Remember

Here are our hockey dates for the next several months. All are confirmed

and all will be "Game On." Appreciate an email if you are coming but we

have prepayed and we will be playing each and every one of these nights.

Prepayment means it will never cost more than JPY 2,500 ever again. it

also means we can't change the dates so please turn up!!

January 22; February 19; March 4; April 1; April 15

Sunday Hockey in Nagoya: Sunday February 28

Yamato Cup 2015 Makeup: Sunday March 20

Yamato Cup 2016: Sunday October 9



We are up to almost 40 users on meetup already. It is turning out to be an

excellent way to plan and track hockey. All of our events through April

including the Yamato Cup are loaded in there. Please go to

and sign up. There is a web version and a phone app and both are super

easy to use. Great features make it easy to find me or other players,

get a map and address for the rink, check who is coming, etc. Our meetup


Or send me an email and I will send you an invite


That's it for now. Hope to see you Friday and regale you with feats of my hockey prowess from this past weekend when I played with the good folks from Nagoya Street Hockey on their home court. Until then, remember it's not about the hockey!




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