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Central Tokyo


Central Tokyo

Tokyo is the capital of Japan and is the most densely populated region in the country. It performs many functions, such as serving as the seat of Japan's economy and politics, as well as a popular tourist destination that enthralls many people. The Heritage Zone, which includes the Olympic Stadium, is an area that has inherited the spirit of the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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Olympic Stadium Opening and Closing Ceremonies Athletics Football Para-Athletics
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table Tennis Para-Table Tennis
Yoyogi National Stadium Handball Para-Badminton Wheelchair Rugby
Nippon Budokan Judo Karate Para-Judo
Tokyo International Forum Weightlifting Powerlifting
Kokugikan Arena Boxing

Western Tokyo


Western Tokyo

This area is easily accessible from the city center and is a bedroom community with a large population. It also boasts many relatively large parks that allow visitors to enjoy the natural surroundings across different seasons. In addition, a number of Japanese sake breweries can be found here and brewery tours are also gaining in popularity.

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Equestrian Park Equestrian (Dressage, Eventing, Jumping) Para-Equestrian
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza Badminton Modern Pentathlon (Fencing) Wheelchair Basketball
Tokyo Stadium Football Rugby Modern Pentathlon (Swimming, Fencing, Riding, Laser-Run)
Musashinonomori Park Cycling (Road(Road Race: Start))
Asaka Shooting Range Shooting Para-Shooting

Tokyo Bay Area


Tokyo Bay Area

The Tokyo Bay Area had fluorished as a fishing ground since ancient times, but with the construction of a large number of high-rise condominiums in the area in recent years, it has refashioned itself as a modern city. The Bay Area is a symbol of Tokyo's evolution with the future in mind and new sporting venues have also been set up here. Many venues are concentrated around Tokyo Bay in pursuit of the concept of a compact sporting event.

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Ariake Arena Volleyball (Volleyball) Wheelchair Basketball
Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics Boccia
Ariake Urban Sports Park Cycling (BMX Freestyle, BMX Racing) Skateboarding
Ariake Tennis Park Tennis Wheelchair Tennis
Odaiba Marine Park Aquatics (Marathon Swimming) Triathlon Para-Triathlon
Shiokaze Park Volleyball (Beach Volleyball)
Aomi Urban Sports Park Basketball (3x3 Basketball) Sport Climbing Football 5-a-side
Oi Hockey Stadium Hockey
Sea Forest Cross-Country Course Equestrian (Eventing, (Cross Country))
Sea Forest Waterway Canoe (Sprint) Rowing Para-Canoe Para-Rowing
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Canoe (Slalom)
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field Archery Para-Archery
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Aquatics (Swimming, Diving, Artistic Swimming) Para-Aquatics
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre Aquatics (Water Polo)
Makuhari Messe Hall A Taekwondo Wrestling Sitting Volleyball
Makuhari Messe Hall B Fencing Para-Taekwondo Wheelchair Fencing
Makuhari Messe Hall C Goalball

Hokkaido


Hokkaido

The capital city of Hokkaido is Sapporo, which draws millions of tourists annually for many reasons. Skiers and snowboarders visit Sapporo as a stopover before they travel to ski resorts in various regions of Hokkaido, while the Sapporo Snow Festival held in February is one of most famous cultural events of the city.

Approximately 1.5 hours from Tokyo by air

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Sapporo Dome Football
Sapporo Odori Park Athletics (Marathon) Athletics (Race Walk)

Miyagi


Miyagi

Miyagi prefecture has the largest city in the Tohoku region, Sendai. The prefecture faces the Pacific Ocean to the east, and is where you can find the pine-clad islands of Matsushima, one of the three great scenic views of Japan. It is blessed with relatively mild weather throughout the year, with more tolerable heat than other areas in the summer and less snowfall than most locations in the Tohoku region in the winter.

Approximately 1 hour 40 minutes by Shinkansen from Tokyo

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Miyagi Stadium Football

Fukushima


Fukushima

Fukushima prefecture is located in the south of the Tohoku region, and counts Mt. Bandai among the magnificent nature for which it is known. The prefecture is divided into the three areas of "Aizu," "Nakadori," and "Hamadori" by the Echigo Mountains and the Ou Mountains. Each area possesses its own unique climate and culture.

Approximately 2 hours by Shinkansen from Tokyo

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Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium Baseball/Softball

Ibaraki


Ibaraki

Ibaraki prefecture is located in the northeastern part of the Kanto region. The prefecture is known for the industrial areas in its northeastern section, and the thriving agricultural industries in its southwestern section where the Kanto Plain can be found. It is also home to the Kashima-jingu shrine, one of the oldest shrines in Japan which has been designated as an Important Cultural Property.

Approximately 1.5 hours by regular trains from Tokyo

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Ibaraki Kashima Stadium Football

Saitama


Saitama

This inland prefecture has a population of around 7 million people, among whom many commute to Tokyo for work due to the prefecture's superior transportation infrastructure that offers excellent access via trains, Shinkansen, and the Metropolitan Expressway. Kawagoe, which had fluorished as a castle town, is also known as Little Edo where visitors can enjoy a cityscape that is reminiscent of the past.

Approximately 30 minutes by regular trains from Tokyo

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Kasumigaseki Country Club Golf
Saitama Stadium Football
Saitama Super Arena Basketball (Basketball)

Chiba


Chiba

Chiba is surrounded by rivers and seas, and is a prefecture blessed with a natural environment that abounds with water and greenery. Narita Airport is Japan's gateway to the rest of the world, while Tokyo Disneyland is visited by many people from Japan and beyond, and Makuhari Messe is one of the leading convention halls in Asia. These facilities imbue Chiba with a distinctly international character.

Approximately 20 minutes by regular trains from Tokyo

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Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach Surfing

Kanagawa


Kanagawa

The capital city of Kanagawa prefecture is Yokohama City, which is located south of Tokyo and can be reached in 30 minutes by train. Yokohama is home to the world's largest Chinatown and the famous Sankeien where you can find many Japanese buildings that have been preserved from various eras in the past. Besides Yokohama City, many tourists also visit popular sightseeing spots in the prefecture such as Hakone, a historic post town famous for its hot springs, and Enoshima, where visitors can enjoy the sea.

Approximately 20 minutes by Shinkansen from Tokyo , Approximately 50 minutes by regular trains from Tokyo

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Yokohama Baseball Stadium Baseball/Softball
International Stadium Yokohama Football
Enoshima Yacht Harbour Sailing

yamanashi


yamanashi

Many people around the world visit Yamanashi prefecture every year to climb Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan. In addition to climbing Mt. Fuji, touring, hiking, and fishing around the Fuji Five Lakes are also popular activities. This prefecture is the top grape production area in Japan and is also famous for its wine.

Approximately 3 hours by regular trains from Tokyo

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Around Lake Yamanakako and the other places Cycling

Shizuoka


Shizuoka

Shizuoka prefecture is a hotspot for soccer. Its capital Shizuoka City is located near Suruga Bay and opposite Mt. Fuji. One of the most famous buildings in the prefecture is the Sunpu Castle built by Tokugawa Ieyasu (the first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate) in 1585. The seafood harvested at the fishing ports of Shizuoka City is regarded as a local specialty.

Approximately 1 hour by Shinkansen from Tokyo

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Izu Velodrome Cycling (Track) Para-Cycling (Track)
Izu MTB Course Cycling (Mountain Bike)
Fuji International Speedway Cycling (Road (Road Race: Finish, Individual Time Trial)) Para-Cycling (Road Start and Finish)