Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium is a legacy venue of the 1964 Olympic Games. It served as the main arena for Tokyo 1964 Games, hosting the gymnastics events and water polo, which was held in the venue's indoor pool. The gymnasium is currently the central hub for major competition events, including international events. The main arena has a maximum capacity of 10,000 spectators along with a sub arena, swimming pool, and training room onsite.
- Approx. 1 minute walk from Sendagaya Station on the JR Sobu Line
- Approx. 1 minute walk from Kokuritsu-Kyogijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line
- Approx. 1 minute walk from Sendagaya Ekimae on Toei Bus Haya 81 from Shibuya Station
- Approx. 1 minute walk from Sendagaya Ekimae on Toei Bus Kuro 77 from Meguro Ekimae
- Approx. 1 minute walk from Sendagaya Station (Tokyo Taiikukan) on Hachiko Bus Jinguno Mori Route from Shibuya Station
Please use public transport
Access during the Games (Current plan)
- Walking distance from Sendagaya Station on the JR Sobu Line
- Walking distance from Kokuritsu-Kyogijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line
Please use public transportation to access the venue
Stations may be added or changed
Accessible routes will be available at Kokuritsu-Kyogijo Station
- Because more than the ordinary number of passengers may be using public transportation during the Games, it may take longer than the required time that is provided on the Internet. It may also take longer to walk from the station to the venue, so we suggest that you give yourself ample time.
- Please note that during the Games, you may be instructed to use a route that is different from the ordinary route used to access the venue.
1-17-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo