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Tokyo Olympics 2020 | Peek inside key venues which will host the games

After a year of delays, the Olympic Games will begin in July. As the Tokyo Olympics 2020 is just around the corner, let’s us take a look at the key venues which will host the Games.

June 25, 2021 / 07:47 AM IST
There are 43 venues located in tow main areas – Tokyo Bay Zone and Heritage Zone. (Image: News18 Creative)
There are 43 venues located in tow main areas – Tokyo Bay Zone and Heritage Zone. (Image: News18 Creative)
Olympic stadium is built on the same premises as the main stadium of Tokyo’s last Games in 1964. It will hold the opening and closing ceremonies. (Image: News18 Creative)
Olympic stadium is built on the same premises as the main stadium of Tokyo’s last Games in 1964. It will hold the opening and closing ceremonies. (Image: News18 Creative)
Yoyogi National stadium was built for the 1964 games. It is famous for its suspension roof design, and has earned a glowing international reputation. (Image: News18 Creative)
Yoyogi National Stadium was built for the 1964 games. It is famous for its suspension roof design and has earned a glowing international reputation. (Image: News18 Creative)
Nippon Budokan stadium, also known as the spiritual home of Japanese martial arts- especially judo. (Image: News18 Creative)
Nippon Budokan stadium, also known as the spiritual home of Japanese martial arts- especially judo. (Image: News18 Creative)
Tokyo Aquatics Centre is one of the eight newly-built venues for the Olympics and was completed in February 2020. (Image: News18 Creative)
Tokyo Aquatics Centre is one of the eight newly-built venues for the Olympics and was completed in February 2020. (Image: News18 Creative)
International Stadium Yokohama is a seasoned venue of world-class sporting events such as the finals for the 2002 FIFA World Cup and 2019 Rugby World Cup. (Image: News18 Creative)
International Stadium Yokohama is a seasoned venue of world-class sporting events such as the finals for the 2002 FIFA World Cup and 2019 Rugby World Cup. (Image: News18 Creative)
Kokugikan Arena, is the home of the Japanese national sport-sumo wrestling. Its interior is designed in a bowl shape that allow spectators to easily view the sumo bouts in the centre of the auditorium from wherever they are seated. (Image: News18 Creative)
Kokugikan Arena is the home of the Japanese national sport-sumo wrestling. The interiors of this arena are designed in a bowl shape. This allows spectators to easily view the sumo bouts in the centre of the auditorium from wherever they are seated. (Image: News18 Creative)
Aomi Urban Sports Park is a temporary venue situated in the waterfront Aomi district and is also situated conveniently close to the Athletes’ Village. (Image: News18 Creative)
Aomi Urban Sports Park is a temporary venue situated in the waterfront Aomi district and is also situated conveniently close to the Athletes’ Village. (Image: News18 Creative)
Ariake Urban Sport Park has been constructed in the Ariake district, located in the stunning waterfront area close to the Athletes’ Village and the Big Sight venue. (Image: News18 Creative)
Ariake Urban Sports Park has been constructed in the Ariake district, located in the stunning waterfront area close to the Athletes’ Village and the Big Sight venue. (Image: News18 Creative)
Ariake Arena is a new venue built in the northern part of Tokyo’s Ariake district. After the 2020 Games, the arena will become a new sporting and cultural centre. (Image: News18 Creative)
Ariake Arena is a new venue built in the northern part of Tokyo’s Ariake district. After the 2020 Games, the arena will become a new sporting and cultural centre. (Image: News18 Creative)
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first published: Jun 24, 2021 07:14 pm

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