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Olympic Stadium / Japan National Stadium

 

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Sports:

  • Opening Ceremony
  • Closing Ceremony
  • Athletics (Track & Field)
  • Football (W Final)

 

Zone: Heritage

  • Capacity: 68.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The National Stadium was used as the main stadium for the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games, and was rebuilt as a brand new stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Games (opened 21st December 2019).

 

The Opening and Closing ceremonies of the Tokyo 2020 Games will be held here along with all Track & Field athletics events and football matches including the Womens Tournament Gold Medal Match.

 

After the 2020 Games are over, the stadium will be used for sporting and cultural events.

 

 

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Nippon Budokan

 

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Sports:

  • Judo
  • Karate

 

Zone: Heritage

  • Capacity: 14.470
  • Status: Completed

 

The Nippon Budokan is known as the spiritual home of Japanese martial arts - especially judo. At the 1964 Games, judo made its debut as an Olympic sport, with competitions being held here.

 

Indoor Arena located in Chiyoda, opened the 3rd October 1964 will host as venue of all Judo competitons in the 1st week of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, in the second week of the games will be the home of the Karate Olympic debut.

 

 

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Ryogoku Kokugikan

 

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Sports:

  • Boxing

 

Zone: Heritage

  • Capacity: 11.100
  • Status: Completed

 

The Ryogoku Kokugikan is an indoor sports arena worldwidely famous as the spritual home of Sumo. The Building opened in January 1985 will host all Boxing competitions of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

 

The interior is designed in a bowl shape to allow spectators to easily view the sumo bouts in the centre of the auditorium from wherever they are seated.

 

 

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Tokyo International Forum

 

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Sports:

  • Weightlifting

 

Zone: Heritage

  • Capacity: 5.000
  • Status: Completed

 

A multi-purpose exhibition center. Its main hall seats 5,000. In addition to seven other halls, it includes exhibition space, a lobby, restaurants, shops, and other facilities.

 

Completed and opened in 1997 the Tokyo International Forum During the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo will serve as a venue of all Weightlifting competitions.

 

 

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Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium

 

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Sports:

  • Table Tennis

 

Zone: Heritage

  • Capacity: 10.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium is a sporting complex build in 1954 for the World Wrestling Championships. In 1964 it was also one of the host venues of the Tokyo Olympics, hosting the Gymnastics and Water Polo competitions.

 

This time the arena will be the venue for all Table Tennis competitions.

 

 

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Yoyogi National Gymnasium

 

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Sports:

  • Handball

 

Zone: Heritage

  • Capacity: 13.290
  • Status: Completed

 

The Yoyogi National Gymnasium is an indoor arena located in the Yoyogi Park, famous for its unique suspension roof design.

 

Yoyogi National Stadium was constructed to stage the aquatics and basketball competitions for the Tokyo 1964 Games. Opened in October 1964. Will be again the home of the Tokyo Olympics, this time in 2020 will host all Handball competitions of the games.

 

 

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Aomi Urban Sports Park

 

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Sports:

  • 3x3 Basketball
  • Sport Climbing

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 5.000
  • Status: Temporary

 

The Aomi Urban Sports Park is a temporary venue in the waterfront Aomi district, and is also situated conveniently close to the Athletes' Village. With views across the iconic Tokyo Bay, this venue will serve as a symbol of the organizers efforts to engage the youth of the world at the Tokyo 2020 Games.

 

The venue will host all competitions of 2 new debuting sports, the 3x3 Basketball and Sport Climbing.

 

 

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Ariake Arena

 

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Sports:

  • Volleyball

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 12.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Ariake Arena is a Indoor Arena located in the Ariake district of Tokyo. It is one of the six permaent facilities designed to be build in the Ariake district for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

 

The arena opened 3rd February 2020 will host all Volleyball matches during the Tokyo Olympic Games.

 

 

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