Atsugi Lanes Bowling

Atsugi Lanes offers 10 AMF lanes with an automatic, animated scoring system and bumper bowling for kids. PBA/JPBA staff can assist you with bowling questions and instructions/lessons to help you understand the game. There's also a full line of equipment available from the pro shop, as well as ball drilling, resurfacing and plugging services. Special events run all the time.

Join us for some of our recurring events and deals:

  • Monthly junior sailor specials
  • Cosmic bowling: Every Friday and Saturday night, patrons can enjoy glow-in-the-dark bowling with great music
  • Japan-American Friendship League: This international bowling league meets from 5-7:30 p.m. on Fridays – the group has a 16-week season but meets year round

Regular Game Costs

  • 1 Adult Game: $2.50
  • 1 Youth Game: $2.00
  • Shoe Rental: $1.50
  • Rent a Lane: $15 per hour

Facility Rules & Regulations

  • Ages 14 and under must be supervised by an adult at all times.
  • Foul language will not be tolerated; patrons may be asked to leave for non-compliance.
  • Any person who abuses or destroys any facility equipment will be asked to leave.
  • Food and/or drinks, including alcohol, may be consumed in the bowling center, provided they are purchased at the facility or from another MWR facility.
  • Consume all food and beverages prior to stepping onto the lanes.
  • Adhere to the bowling style rules posted in the facility. For example, stay behind the foul line when delivering the ball; roll, do not throw, the ball down the lane.

Upcoming Events

Bowling & Movie Mondays (July)

FREE movies every Monday in July & August! Watch as you bowl! (one free game included)

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Super Savings Monday

One hour of unlimited bowling including shoes and one large pizza (excluding Chicago Deep Dish) for $27. Additional hours of bowling may be purchased for $10 per hour.

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No Tap Bowling Tournament

$35 entry fee. Separate Women & Men’s divisions, based on sign-ups (men knock down 9; women knock down 8 to count as a strike). No professionals allowed.

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