Street Hockey Report for Wednesday 31st August 2016

Street Hockey Report for Tuesday 12th July 2016

1. Summer is OVER

GAME ON for Friday, SEPTEMBER 2, 8-10pm at Musashi-Urawa.

- Address: Saitama-ken, Toda-shi, Bijyogi 1-chome-8-2


- Map:

- Getting there: Meet at Musashi-Urawa station, West Exit at 7:30pm and split taxis. We start at 8:00pm sharp so 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 ni-chome!!!!

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. CHECK WITH ME ABOUT THE FREQUENT PLAYER DISCOUNT...

If you have not RSVP'd please do. In any case GAME ON


2.. Upcoming Hockey

Next hockey nights in Saitama are Friday September 2, September 16 and September 30. Yamato Cup is Saturday October 8. Additional dates for rest of year will be announced shortly


3. Mark your Calendars and Save the Date: 10th Annual Yamato Cup Tournament Saturday October 8th with the TSHA 20th Anniversary Party to follow the same night. It's going to be a great day of hockey and merrymaking. I'm looking for 3 volunteers to captain Tokyo teams as well as referees,scorekeeper etc. Please email me at to signup to play or volunteer.


4. You will notice less frequent updates here on the home page. That's because we are using as our main means of communication. Join us there. Just send your email address to and I will invite you to join. Or search for TSHA at meet We will be updating both our home page and Facebook group in the coming months but meetup is the place to go to find out about opportunities to play hockey with the TSHA

That's it for now. Remember it's not about the hockey!




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