Tokyo 2020; The two ‘satellite Olympic Villages’ of Tokyo 2020

In addition to the Olympic village in Tokyo (read more), there are two “satellite villages” close to venues which are located further away from Tokyo.

Map: Architecture of the Games

30. Enoshima Yacht Harbour
31. Izu Velodrome
32. Izu MTB Course
42. Olympic / Paralympic Village
42.1 Olympic Sailing Village
42.2 Olympic Cycling Village


Olympic Sailing Village

  • Location: Oiso Town, Naka District, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • Venue: Enoshima Yacht Harbor
  • Olympic sports: Sailing


Olympic Cycling Village

  • Location: Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Venue: Izu Velodrome, Izu Mountain Bike Course
  • Olympic sports: Cycling (track and mountain bike)

Tokyo 2020; Press release: Animated film inspired by Olympic values set for worldwide release

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July 23, 2021
Animated film inspired by Olympic values set for worldwide release

The short animated film “Tomorrow’s Leaves”, which opened the Annecy International Animated Film Festival last month, is all set for a worldwide release on 23 July, the day of the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Commissioned by the Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage (OFCH), and produced by the Academy Award-nominated Yoshiaki Nishimura of Studio Ponoc, the film provides a fresh perspective on the Olympic values of excellence, friendship and respect.
The hand-drawn film by Japanese animation company Studio Ponoc will have a special limited theatrical release in Tokyo, Japan, and worldwide distribution from 23 July 2021 onwards.

Following its world premiere at the opening ceremony of the Annecy Festival 2021 in France, the world’s largest animated film festival, “Tomorrow’s Leaves” will now be available for viewing around the world.

“We wanted to celebrate the Olympic spirit with an entirely new audience, especially young people, through a different kind of artistic project,” said Angelita Teo, Director of the OFCH.

“To lead up to the cultural programme at Tokyo 2020, we decided to explore animation to express the Olympic values of excellence, friendship and respect. This film is a work of art to inspire future generations, with a message about the importance of collaboration and care for the environment.”

The film carries a meaningful message about solidarity, collaboration and the environment. It features five children from diverse lands, who are dispatched as envoys to find out why the annual arrival of leaves carries a message of concern. The envoys travel to a distant land, quietly guided by tiny spirits. Each envoy has its own strengths and vulnerabilities. They compete and support each other as they draw closer to their destination, facing treacherous terrain and difficult conditions. Through athletic challenges and the uniting power of sport, they discover the positive fundamental values that come with playful competition. Together, the envoys approach the source of the message and try to restore life to a future in peril.

This commission is in keeping with the OFCH’s mission to offer opportunities to artists to create new works that explore the relationship between art, sport and the Olympic values, through its International Arts and Culture Programmes. “Tomorrow’s Leaves” shares messages of hope, peace and solidarity, and leaves a powerful artistic legacy for animation fans across the globe.

“Studio Ponoc has made this short film keeping in mind children’s future or ‘tomorrow’. It may be difficult to screen the film in many countries currently, but thanks to the internet, I am grateful that we can deliver the film to children not only in Japan but around the world,” said producer Yoshiaki Nishimura.

Among the limited theatrical releases worldwide will be special screenings at the Tokyo Skytree, a stunning aerial location in the Tobu Tower, one of the most famous tourist spots in Tokyo, as well as free screenings at the United Cinema in Toyosu near Tokyo, between 23 and 29 July.

Other film festivals that have expressed interest in screening the film include the BFI London Film Festival, the Cinekid Festival 2021 in Amsterdam and the Newport Beach Film Festival in California.



Director: Yoshiyuki Momose

Music: Takatsugu Muramatsu

Producer: Yoshiaki Nishimura

Tokyo 2020; Publication Tokyo Metropolitan Government: Building the legacy – Beyond 2020 – (July 2021)


Building the Legacy – Beyond 2020-

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government promote initiatives that focus on the Tokyo 2020 Games legacy to use the Tokyo 2020 Games as a catalyst to further cultivate Tokyo as a mature city.

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a yearlong postponementof the Games, but the city has worked hard to make the most of this invaluable“Plus One” opportunity to host an event that is safe and secure.

In order to tell in an easy-to-understand manner the legacy created by multifaceted efforts in both tangible and intangible in preparation for the Games,we have released a booklet called “Building the Legacy – Beyond 2020-”


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Tokyo 2020; Venue masterplan


  1. Olympic Stadium
  2. Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
  3. Yoyogi National Stadium
  4. Nippon Budokan
  5. Tokyo International Forum
  6. Kokugikan Arena
  7. Equestrian Park
  8. Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
  9. Tokyo Stadium
  10. Musashinonomori Park
  11. Ariake Arena
  12. Ariake Gymnastics Centre
  13. Ariake Urban Sports Park
  14. Ariake Tennis Park
  15. Odaiba Marine Park
  16. Shiokaze Park
  17. Aomi Urban Sports Park
  18. Oi Hockey Stadium
  19. Sea Forest Cross-Country Course
  20. Sea Forest Waterway
  21. Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre
  22. Yumenoshima Park Archery Field
  23. Tokyo Aquatics Centre
  24. Tatsumi Water Polo Centre
  25. Makuhari Messe Hall A/B/C
  26. Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach
  27. Saitama Super Arena
  28. Asaka Shooting Range
  29. Kasumigaseki Country Club
  30. Enoshima Yacht Harbour
  31. Izu Velodrome
  32. Izu MTB Course
  33. Fuji International Speed Way
  34. Fukusihima Azuma Baseball Stadium
  35. Yokohama Baseball Stadium
  36. Sapporo Dome
  37. Sapporo Odori Park
  38. Miyagi Stadium
  39. Ibaraki Kashima Stadium
  40. Saitama Stadium
  41. International Stadium Yokohama
  42. Olympic / Paralympic Village
  43. IBC/MPC Tokyo International Exhibition Center (Tokyo Big Sight)