Reopening of Tokyo Metropolitan Government Facilities used for Tokyo 2020 Games

December, 1,2021

Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) is now preparing for the reopening of facilities used during the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. After the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee finishes removing the overlays from each venue, the TMG will partially refurbish them. The venues will be reopened for public use in order of readiness. (Some areas of the reopened facilities are not available for use due to the construction work.)

Please refer to the official websites of individual venues for details.

Existing Venue

Existing VenueReopening DateRemarks

Ajinomoto Stadium
(Tokyo Stadium)

11 September 2021 Reopend
Tokyo Tasumi International Swimming Center
(Tatsumi Water Polo Centre)
1 October 2021 Reopend
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza 4 November 2021 Sub-arena, indoor pool and training room
4 December 2021*1 Main arena
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium 18 December 2021*2 Main arena, sub arena and training room
Mid-February 2022 Athletic field with track
Ariake Tennis Park

Mid-March 2022*3

Ariake Coliseum, show court, club house and indoor court

*1 Sports Day commemorative activities are scheduled on Sunday 5 December.
*2 Sports Day commemorative activities are scheduled on Saturday 18 December.
*3 Outdoor courts will be closed from 1 December 2021 until 31 March 2023 due to refurbishment after the Games.

New Permanent Venue

New Permanent VenueReopening DateRemarks

Yumenoshima Park Archery Field
(in Japanese)

31 October 2021 Reopened
Sea Forest Waterway

29 April 2022*4
(partially reopen)

Oi Hockey Stadium 18 June 2022*4
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre

23 July 2022*4
(partially reopen)

Ariake Arena Summer 2022 To be announced
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Spring 2023 To be announced
*4 Each facility is planning to hold a trial session for the relevant sports to commemorate its reopening.