The official hospitality venues at Tokyo 2020 are spread into two areas, the “Heritage” and the “Tokyo Bay” zones
Design Works and Construction Works of Taisei Corporation, Azusa Sekkei Co., Ltd. and Kengo Kuma and Associates JV／Courtesy of JSC
*The renderings are intended to show conceptual image at completion and may subject to change.
The “Heritage” zone includes some of the iconic sites used during the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games, while the “Tokyo Bay” zone symbolises the exciting future of the city and will showcase events such as gymnastics, tennis and aquatics.
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OFFICIAL HOSPITALITY VENUES: HERITAGE ZONE & TOKYO BAY ZONE
LIST OF OFFICIAL HOSPITALITY VENUES AND SPORTS:
|1||Olympic Stadium||Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Athletics|
|2||Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium||Table Tennis|
|3||Nippon Budokan||Judo, Karate|
|4||Equestrian Park||Equestrian (Dressage, Eventing, Jumping)|
|6||Ariake Gymnastics Centre||Gymnastics|
|7||Ariake Tennis Park||Tennis|
|8||Shiokaze Park||Volleyball (Beach Volleyball)|
|9||Tokyo Aquatics Centre||Aquatics (Swimming, Diving, Artistic Swimming,|
Water Polo – Tatsumi Water Polo Centre)
|10||Makuhari Messe Hall A||Taekwondo, Wrestling|
|11||Saitama Super Arena||Basketball|
|12||Kasumigaseki Country Club||Golf|
|13||Yokohama Baseball Stadium||Baseball/Softball|
|15||International Stadium Yokohama||Football|