Tokyo 2020; Fuji International Speedway

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Facts & Figures

  • Year completed: 1965 / 2005 (5th renovation)
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 22,000
  • Length: 4,563m (12 turns)
  • Olympic sports: Cycling (road race – finish, individual time trial)
  • Paralympic sports: Cycling (road)
  • Post-Games use: Motorsport race track.

 

Location

 

Maps

Olympic Games: Road Race

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Olympic Games: Time Trial

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Tokyo 2020; Enoshima Yacht Harbour

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Facts & Figures

  • Year completed: 1964
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 3,600
  • Olympic sports: Sailing
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: Yacht harbour
  • Other facts: Also used as venue for judo at the 1964 Summer Olympics.

 

Location

 

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Tokyo 2020; Makuhari Messe Hall A/B/C

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Facts & Figures

  • Competition zone: Tokyo Bay Zone
  • Architect: Fumihiko Maki
  • Year completed: 1989 + 1997
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: Wrestling, Taekwondo: 10,000 / Fencing: 8,000 (Paralympic Games: Sitting Volleyball: 10,000 / Wheelchair Fencing, Taekwondo: 7,000 / Goalball: 5,500)
  • Olympic sports: Taekwondo (Hall A), Wrestling (Hall A), Fencing (Hall B)
  • Paralympic sports: Sitting Volleyball (Hall A), Wheelchair Fencing, Taekwondo (Hall B), Goalball (Hall C)
  • Post-Games use: Convention centre

 

Location

 

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Tokyo 2020; Saitama Super Arena

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Facts & Figures

  • Architect: Dan Meis, Ellerbe Becket, Nikken Sekkei
  • Year completed: 2000
  • Type: Existing
  • Capacity: 21,000
  • Olympic sports: Basketball
  • Paralympic sports: –
  • Post-Games use: Multi-purpose indoor arena

 

Location

 

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Tokyo 2020; Olympic / Paralympic Village

Residential buildings and courtyard. ©Tokyo 2020

 

Facts & Figures

  • Site area: 44ha
  • Zones: Residential Zone, Operational Zone, Village Plaza
  • Number of buildings: 21 (with 14 to 18 floors)
  • Number of units: Approximately 3,800
  • Number of beds: 18,000 beds (Olympic Village), 8,000 beds (Paralympic Village)
  • Room size: Single room 9m2 or more, twin room 12m2 or more
  • Facilities: Main dininghall, Multi-Function Complex (medical care, antidoping program, casual dining, recreation and fitness), NOC/NPC Services Centre, Transport Mall, Harumi Port Park, Village Plaza, Internal Shuttle Bus
  • Schedule: Olympic Games: July 13, 2021 – August 11, 2021. Paralympic Games: August 17, 2021 – September 8, 2021.
  • Post-Games use: New residential area
  • Satellite Villages: Olympic Sailing Village (Enoshima Yacht Harbor). Olympic Cycling Village (Izu Velodrome, Izu Mountain Bike Course).

 

Location

 

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Tokyo 2020; IBC/MPC (Tokyo Big Sight)

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

Facts & Figures

  • Architect: AXS Satow
  • Year completed: 1996
  • Type: Existing
  • Floor area IBC: 40,000m2 of functional space, housing a variety of technical and administrative facilities for both Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) and Rights Holding Broadcasters.
  • Post-Games use: Convention and exhibition center.
  • Other facts: The IBC is the largest broadcast centre in the world.

 

Location

 

Photos

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

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