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Please be aware that fields in Japan almost never have English speaking staff, so either Japanese ability or an interpreter is required. Those who cannot speak Japanese and do not understand the rules will not be allowed to participate.

Note: Games played in our group will always have someone to translate.

General Rules

  • Minimum age limit is 18 years old (some fields may accept those under 18, if a parental waiver is signed, check first)

  • All weapons must comply with Japanese firearm laws. Generally fields will not allow a gun to be used if it is shooting a 0.20g BB at 98m/s or over

  • Outdoor fields only allow 0.20g - 0.28g Biodegradable BB's

  • Indoor fields only allow 0.20g BB's

  • No Freeze Calls

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Survival Game Field Ikusa

268 Nakadai, Yotsukaido City, Chiba Prefecture 284-0037

Price:

¥3,300

Charter Price:

¥4,500

Lunch:

¥700

Nearest Station:

Monoi Station

Pickup:

Yes

AOJ Pickup:

¥600

Rental Equipment:

Yes

Rental Cost:

¥

Website:

Shooting Range:

Yes

Workbench:

Yes

Tools:

Yes

Shop:

Yes

Changing Rooms:

Yes

Shower:

No

Other Information:

The field provides mag warmers, free tea and coffee, a platform for buy & sell as well as being on a hill, meaning it adds a new level to gameplay.

Field Description:

The level of service here is next level. The owner picked us up in a minivan and was really friendly and talkative. The level of service was brilliant as we have been three times so far. The other staff are very friendly, social and engage even us foreigners!

The field is large and has a steep hill on it with multiple ways to assault the other team, whether you go up the hill by stairs, slope, or using a rope. For the less physically adventurous, you can flank each side with one side being a trench and the other being a bamboo forest. The top of the hill has a kind of pillbox and several other multi floor buildings which are utilised in their "Hamburger Hill" game mode. This is essentially an assault and capture mode in which you have to get up the hill, eliminate the enemy team and take their zone. They also had counter games, flag games and spring pistol games in the ground level CQB area.
The field is quite diverse with the ground being a CQB area, the left side is thick forest, the right side is a trench and the back is where it all meets to be a less dense forest area.

Overall the field is excellent and offers a lot of variety in gameplay experiences and well worth a visit.

Player Rating (Based on after game questionnaire)

average rating is 4 out of 5, based on 12 votes, Player Ratings

Pros

● Unique design on a hill
● Very Diverse layout
● Impossible to camp
● Various Game Modes
● Very friendly staff

Cons

● No lights in changing room
● Food was a bit basic
● Some huts need renovation

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