Spartan Race Arrives in the Land of the Rising Sun


A brief look at the first Spartan Race Agoge held in Japan.

It began in the iconic heart of Tokyo at the electric Shibuya Crossing, as the racers assembled around the famed statue of Hachiko to begin a journey down dark alleys, up the neon-lit “Love Hotel” hill and singing full-throttle to non-stop karaoke until the wee hours. Followed by a 10 km night walk, Spartans found their way through the metropolitan maze to the Tsukiji fish district, where they feasted on unrecognizable sushi before climbing aboard the bullet train to Kyoto.

This article originally appeared at Mud Run Guide. Click here to go to original article

Original AuthorMargaret Schlachter
Original SourceMud Run Guide
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