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Ariake Coliseum (Ariake Tennis Centre)

 

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Sports:

  • Tennis

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 10.000 (Central Court), 5.000 (Court 1), 3.000 (Court 2), 2.000 (Match Courts 3-10)
  • Status: Completed

 

The Ariake Coliseum is the main stadium of the Ariake Tennis complex. The Coliseum has a retractable roof.

 

Ariake Tennis Park is one of the main tennis facilities in the country, featuring the Ariake Coliseum centre court and fully equipped with show courts, indoor courts and outdoor courts. During the Olympics it will host all Tenns competitions. The match are staged in all 10 match courts.

 

 

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Ariake Gymnastics Centre

 

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Sports:

  • Artistic Gymnastics
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Trampoline

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 10.000
  • Status: Temporary

 

The Ariake Gymnastics Centre is a Temporary facility located in the northern part of Tokyo Ariake district. will be the venue for three gymnastic disciplines at the Olympics — artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline

 

The arena was constructed under the concept of “a wooden vessel floating in the bay area.” About 2,300 cubic meters of wood were used to build the structure, which has a sense of warmth supplied by the arched timber beams of the roof and the benches made of Japanese cedar.

 

 

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Ariake Urban Sports Park

 

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Sports:

  • BMX Cycling
  • Skateboarding

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 6.000
  • Status: Temporary

 

The Ariake Urban Sports Park is a temporary venue located in the Ariake district of Tokyo.

 

Located in the stunning waterfront area close to the Athletes' Village will host during the Olympics all BMX Cycling competitions and will be also the place of the historic debut of Skateboarding under the five rings.

 

 

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Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre

 

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Sports:

  • Canoeing Slalom

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 8.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Kasai canoe slalom centre course is the first man-made wildwater sports course in Japan and was newly constructed on land adjoining the Kasai Rinkai Park. After the 2020 Games, the facility will be used for a wide range of water sports and leisure activities.

 

During the Olympics will serve as host of all Canoeing Slalom competitions.

 

 

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Odaiba Sea Forrest Waterway

 

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Sports:

  • Equestrian Eventing (Cross-Country)

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 16.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Odaiba Sea Forrest is a temporary build course on the Central Breakwater, a artificial island located on Tokyo Bay.

 

This area affords superb views of Tokyo Bay and Tokyo's cityscape. A temporary course has been constructed here for the equestrian cross country competition during the 2020 Games.

 

 

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Odaiba Marine Park

 

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Sports:

  • Marathon Swimming
  • Triathlon

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 5.500
  • Status: Completed

 

The Odaiba Marine Park located on the Odaiba, Artificial island on Tokoy Bay offers visitors a rich harmony of natural greenery, the ocean and stunning views of Tokyo's futuristic cityscape including the nearby Rainbow Bridge.

 

During the Tokyo 2020 Games, a temporary venue will be set up in the park to host Triathlon and Marathon Swimming competitons.

 

 

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Odaiba Central Breakwater

 

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Sports:

  • Canoeing Sprint
  • Rowing

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 16.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Odaiba Central Breakwater is located on the Odaiba, Artificial island on Tokyo Bay and will host all Canoeing Sprint and Rowing competitions of the games.

 

The rowing and canoe sprint course are on this waterfront site, which is also located close to central Tokyo. Following the 2020 Games, the course will be used for international rowing and canoe competitions, and will become one of the premier locations in Asia for water sports

 

 

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Oi Hockey Stadium

 

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Sports:

  • Field Hockey

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 15.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Oi Hockey Stadium has been constructed in the Oi Pier Ocean Park. Plans are underway for the venue to be used for field hockey and as a multi-purpose sports facility after the 2020 Games.

 

Two stadiums (North pitch and South pitch) are staged to host the Field Hockey competitions at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

 

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Shiokaze Park

 

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Sports:

  • Beach Volleyball

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 12.000
  • Status: Temporary

 

Shiokaze Park affords exquisite views of Tokyo's iconic Rainbow Bridge and the beautiful Tokyo Bay. During the Tokyo 2020 Games, a temporary venue will be set up in the park for the beach volleyball events.

 

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Tokyo Aquatics Centre

 

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Sports:

  • Artistic Swimming
  • Diving
  • Swimming

 

Zone : Tokyo Bay

  • Capacity: 15.000
  • Status: Completed

 

The Tokyo Aquatics Centre is a indoor sports arena build for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and will host Swimming, Diving and Artistic Swimming competitions.

 

Tokyo Aquatics Centre has been newly constructed in the Tatsumi-no-Mori Seaside Park. Following the 2020 Games, the venue will host domestic and international competitions.

 

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