Looking down on Tokyo from the top of the 634 metre Tokyo Sky tree was one of the highlights of their time in Japan for a group of young Kiwi golfers in the country for a competition in August.
Our sports programme funds cultural activities for sports people and teams visiting Japan.
Rowing NZ high performance coordinator Michele Munro writes about taking the New Zealand Junior Rowing Team to Japan.
Rowan Brickell writes about visiting dojo, training with locals and visiting cultural sites in Japan with a cohort from Goju Ryu Karate Do New Zealand.
With only one person out of a group of 32 having travelled there before before, Saint Peter's College First XV's trip to Japan was always going to be an incredible learning experience.
Nine Auckland teenagers experienced the dream of all young judoka (judo practitioners) when they got to live and train at the spiritual home of judo, the Kodokan Institute, in central Tokyo in April.
Find out about grants to help sports teams and individuals experience cultural activities while in Japan
The Foundation invites community groups to apply for community sports funding grants for sports groups travelling to Japan.
The Foundation's School Sports Fund provides opportunities for secondary students to engage in cultural activities while already in Japan on sports-related activities.