Dog Friendly Activities in Matsudo, JP

There are 4 dog friendly activities within 20 miles of Matsudo. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Matsudo.

Pet Friendly Yoyogi Park dog run
Yoyogi Park dog run Off-leash dog run in the back of Yoyogi Park divided into two secitions for large and small dogs. See Details
Pet Friendly Ueno Park
Ueno Park Ueno Station is an urban oasis in Tokyo. The park is a mecca of culture, art, wildlife, natural beauty, incredible architecture, and of course, cherry trees! Thousands of people (and dogs) gather in the park during cherry tree season to celebrate the beautiful pinkish-red blossoms that brighten the sky. Throughout the park, you’ll also see beautiful shrines and temples. See Details
Mejirodai Sports Ground Dog Park Small Dog park at edge of sports ground. Dogs do need to be pre-registered (proof of vaccine) before you can use it. Registration at the park building. See Details
Hachiko Statue In 1920’s Japan, Hachiko the Akita accompanied his best friend, Hidesaburo Ueno, to the Shibuya Train Station in central Tokyo every day. Hidesaburo would get on the train and go to work as a professor at Tokyo University and Hachiko would wander home, only to return at the same time every evening to walk home together. One such evening, the loyal Akita went to the train station as usual and waited patiently at his spot outside. Minutes turned into hours, but there was still no sign of his owner. Hidesaburo never arrived. Sadly, the professor had passed away earlier in the day and never caught the train home. Every morning and evening for the rest of his life, Hachiko returned to the station just in case his best friend ever came back. A decade later, he passed away peacefully outside Shibuya Train Station of old age, waiting until his final breath for his friend Hidesaburo to return. Hachiko’s story will live on forever as a statue outside the station, proving the bond between humans and their dogs can never be broken. See Details