Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
This facility is one of the legacy venues 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.
This gymnasium plays a key role as it hosts large-scale competitions such as various world championships. The main arena has a maximum capacity of 10,000 spectators along with a sub arena, swimming pool, and training room onsite.
- 1-min walk from Sendagaya Sta. (JB12) on JR Sobu Line.
- 1-min walk from Exit A4 of Kokuritsu-kyogijo Sta. (E25) on Subway Oedo Line.
- Take Toei bus (81) from [Shibuyaeki-Higashiguchi] at Shibuya Sta., get off at [Sendagayaeki-Mae] and walk 1-min.
- Take Toei bus (77) from [Meguroeki-Mae] at Meguro Sta., get off at [Sendagayaeki-Mae] and walk 1-min.
Note: It is strongly recommended that you use public transportation, as other means of transportation to the venue tend to be crowded.
1-17-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo