Redesigned and redecorated the national stadium was the main stadium for the 1964 Olympics. This stadium will host the Opening and Closing ceremonies along with the athletic events and football matches. Post Olympics the stadium will be used for sporting and cultural events.
Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies: 68,000
Olympic Athletics: 68,000
Olympic Football: 68,000
Sapporo Odori Park
Situated amid the alluring flowerbeds, green grass and huge trees Sapporro Odori Park has been designated as the venue for Olympic marathon and Olympic Race walking events. The park lies midst the city and attracts many tourists all year round.
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
Musashino forest sports plaza will cater multiple sports events and lies in close vicinity to national Olympic stadium.
- Modern Pentathlon
- Wheelchair Basketball
Olympic Badminton: 7,200
Olympic Modern Pentathlon (Fencing): 7,200
Ariake Arena is a modern sports arena which is being constructed in the Ariake district of northern Tokyo. The Arena will be hosting new sporting and cultural events and holds seating capacity of 15000 spectators.
- Wheelchair basketball
Olympic Volleyball (Volleyball): 15,000
Ariake Tennis park
Ariake tennis park provide one of the main tennis facility across the Tokyo. The main feature is Ariake Colesium center court, while it also host multiple indoor courts, show courts and outdoor courts.
- wheelchair tennis
Olympic Tennis: 19,900
Yoyogi National Park
Known for its suspended roof design Yoyogi national park was constructed in 1964 Tokyo Olympics and hosted aquatics and basketball events.
- Hand ball
- Wheelchair rugby
Olympic Handball: 10,200
Yokohama Baseball Stadium
Two new games Baseball and Softball that have been included in Olympics 2020 will be presented for the first time at Yokohama stadium, which is also the Japan first ever multi-purpose stadium.
Olympic Baseball/Softball: 35,000
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre
Constructed in 1990 this quintessential and voluminous aquatic center will cater for water games.
- Water polo
Olympic Aquatics (Water Polo): 4,700
Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach
Surfing is another new sport to be added in the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Famous for its world class waves Tsurigasaki beach is located in Ichinomiya town on Chiba Prefecture’s Pacific coastline.
Olympic Surfing: 6,000
One of the leading venue for football, Tokyo stadium will host multiple events in the Olympics 2020.
- Modern Pentathlon
Olympic Football: 48,000
Olympic Modern Pentathlon (Swimming, Fencing, Riding, Laser-Run): 48,000
Olympic Rugby: 48,000
Tokyo International Forum
Inspired by the shape of a boat this swanky piece of architecture exhibits curved walls of steel and glass. The venue will carry out multiple stationary sporting events across eight main halls of varied size.
Olympic Weightlifting: 5,000
Sea Forest Waterway
While Surfing will be done at Tsurigasaki beach, rowing and canoe will take place on this waterfront across the central Tokyo. Following the Olympics this course will be utilized for international competitions and will be an exclusive location for Asian water sports.
- Canoe sprint
Olympic Canoe (Sprint): 12,800
Olympic Rowing: 16,000
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium hosted the major gymnastics and water polo events during 1964 Olympics which were organized inside the venue. Although in this Olympic season this arena will host Table tennis events.
- Table tennis
Olympic Table Tennis: 7,000
Offering an exclusive seascape along with the mystic Rainbow bridge at the Tokyo bay, this venue will organize the beach volleyball events.
- Beach volleyball
Olympic Volleyball (Beach Volleyball) : 12,000