FY2022 Activities Plans for Tokyo Metropolitan Sports Facilities (New Permanent Venues)
10 March 2022
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) is pleased to announce the release of its FY2022 Activities Plans for Tokyo Metropolitan Sports Facilities that served as new permanent venues for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. The FY2022 Activities Plans summarise the outline and year-round schedule of each facility.
Starting with Yumenoshima Park Archery Field, which reopened in October 2021, Sea Forest Waterway, Oi Central Seaside Park Hockey Stadium, Canoe Slalom Centre and Ariake Arena will reopen sequentially for public use in FY2022.
We will continue to develop a variety of programs at each of our facilities and work toward realising a “Sports Field Tokyo” where sports are integrated into daily life.
1. FY2022 Activities Plans for Tokyo Metropolitan Sports Facilities (New Permanent Venues)
The activities plans and other information was released for the following facilities scheduled to reopen in FY2022.(1) Yumenoshima Park Archery Field (Reopened on 31 October 2021)
(2) Sea Forest Waterway (Partially reopen on 29 April 2022)
(3) Oi Central Seaside Park Hockey Stadium (Reopen on 18 June 2022)
(4) Canoe Slalom Centre (Partially reopen on 23 July 2022)
(5) Ariake Arena (Reopen in August 2022)*FY2022 initiatives taken by the concession operator.
2. Application for Use
Visit the official websites of individual facilities for details about events and use after reopening.
(1) Yumenoshima Park Archery Field (2-1-4 Yumenoshima, Koto-ku, Tokyo) in Japanese
(2) Sea Forest Waterway (3-6-44 Uminomori, Koto-ku, Tokyo)
(3) Oi Central Seaside Park Hockey Stadium (4-1-19 Yashio, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo/ 1-2-1 Tokai, Ota-ku, Tokyo)
(4) Canoe Slalom Centre (6-1-1 Rinkai-cho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo)
(5) Ariake Arena (1-11-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo) in Japanease
Note) Tokyo Aquatics Centre is scheduled to be reopened in April 2023.
Each facility is planning to hold a trial session for the relevant sports to commemorate its reopening. Details will be announced when available.
4. InquiriesVenue Development Section 1, Tokyo 2020 Games Venues Division,
Bureau of Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 Preparation,
Tokyo Metropolitan Government