Are there any physical stores to rent climbing gear in Tokyo?
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Are there any physical stores to rent climbing gear in Tokyo?

by Crystal
(San Francisco, CA, USA)

Hello! I'd like to know if there are any physical stores to rent gear like climbing shoes, rain jacket and trousers, and headlamps in Tokyo. I've only been able to find online ordering sites, but I'd prefer renting it at a physical location. Thanks!

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Mar 12, 2016
Here's a somewhat outdated list of shops that may offer rentals
by: Gary Wolff

Outdoor rental shops in Tokyo frequently come & go, but this list was updated in Aug. 2015, so should still be fairly current:

https://www.garyjwolff.com/climbing-mt-fuji-page2.html#43

Best wishes...

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