As of 26 September 2016
We believe that Sport has the power to change the world and our future. The Tokyo 1964 Games completely transformed Japan and the Tokyo 2020 Games, as the most innovative in history, will bring positive reform to the world by building on three core concepts:
– Achieving Personal Best
– Unity in Diversity
– Connecting to Tomorrow
For further details, please see Games Vision.
Tokyo 2020 conducted a review of its venue plan in line with the spirit of the Olympic Agenda 2020, which promotes maximum uses of existing facilities. Particular attention has been given to the perspectives of legacy, the impact of venue development on the citizens of Tokyo and Japan, and minimising venue construction costs.
As a result of the venue plan review, 11 competition venues have been changed—plans to construct a number of new permanent and temporary facilities have been abandoned and the events due to be held at these venues will now be hosted at existing facilities.
Most of the competitions will be held in the Greater Tokyo Area.
The Basketball competitions will be held at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama Prefecture, Golf will be held at the Kasumigaseki Country Club in Saitama Prefecture, and the Shooting events will take place at the Asaka Shooting Range, also in Saitama Prefecture. Sailing will be held at the Enoshima Yacht Harbour in Kanagawa Prefecture.
The Cycling track events will take place in the Izu Velodrome (Shizuoka Prefecture), while the Cycling (Mountain Bike) competitions will be held at the Izu Mountain Bike Course also in Shizuoka Prefecture. The Wrestling, Fencing and Taekwondo competitions will be held at the Makuhari Messe International Convention Complex in Chiba Prefecture.
The group stage matches for the Football competitions will be held at the Tokyo Stadium, the Sapporo Dome in Hokkaido, the Miyagi Stadium in Miyagi Prefecture, Saitama Stadium in Saitama Prefecture and the International Stadium Yokohama in Kanagawa Prefecture. Discussions are currently underway with the respective international and national federations regarding the use of additional stadia for group stage matches.
Delivering the Olympic and Paralympic Games involves several stakeholders. The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee will be responsible for the construction of all temporary venues.
The Olympic Aquatics Centre, the Ariake Arena, the Sea Forest Waterway, the Canoe slalom venue, the Dream Island Archery Field and the Musashino Forest Sport Centre - all permanent facilities - will be constructed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Finally, the new National Stadium, which is also a permanent facility, will be constructed by the Japan Sport Council.
A： Yes. The Miyagi Stadium in Miyagi Prefecture will host a number of group stage matches for the Football competitions . The 2020 Games will serve as a spiritual and physical symbol of Japan's recovery from a national tragedy. Tokyo 2020 has a great sense of responsibility to inspire and unite the entire population behind a common vision for the future of Japan.
Lots of cities across the country have already expressed interest in hosting pre-Games training camps and are very keen to welcome the athletes with the very best Japanese hospitality, which we call "omotenashi".
We are planning to release a list of sites for pre-Games training camps in time for the Rio 2016 Games. Then, each NOC, NPC and NF will decide its preferred camp based on its own particular objectives and requirements, and negotiate directly with the relevant local authority.
A： The master venue plan has been compiled to enable athletes to reach their competition venues within the shortest possible travelling time from the Athletes' Village. However, we are currently examining the possibility of securing separate accommodation facilities for athletes who will be competing in the Cycling events in Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
A： No decision has yet been made regarding ticket sales. Once this has been finalised, details will be made available on the official website of the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee. As a point of reference, London 2012 and Rio 2016 began ticket sales approx. 18 months before the Games, and conducted sales in various stages.
A： Olympic and Paralympic-related designations, logos and other imagery cannot be used without permission. The only parties legally entitled to use these are bodies directly involved in the Olympic and Paralympic Games (national government, host city, official sponsors, etc.). Even official sponsors are required to obtain prior permission from the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the International Olympic Committee and/or the International Paralympic Committee if they wish to use Olympic and Paralympic-related imagery. For further details, please see Brand Protection.
The sponsors not only provide financial support, but also supply products and services in their attributed categories, and conduct various activities to promote the Olympic and Paralympic movements. In return, sponsors are entitled to use official designations and imagery, related materials (including photographic and video images), the official recognition programme, supply products and services.
The conditions of the Tokyo 2020 Sponsorship agreement stipulates that domestic sponsors are partners of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 and the Japanese national Olympic and Paralympic teams at the Rio 2016 and PyeongChang 2018 Games. All domestic sponsor contracts terminate in December 2020.
A： Three categories are designated for domestic sponsors. The highest tier comprises Gold Partners, the second tier consists of Official Partners and the third tier is made up of Official Supporters. For a list of all Tokyo 2020 domestic sponsors, see domestic Sponsors.
A： Entitlement of use and the length of contracts differ according to the sponsorship category. Specifically, the following rights vary depending on the sponsorship category: type and frequency of display of the sponsor's logo on this website, in advertisements and at promotional events; priority rights to purchase advertising space for the promotion of the company's products and services at Games venues; and priority to purchase participation rights in Olympic-related events such as the Olympic Torch relay and cultural programmes.
For more information on the Games budget, please see the URL below.
OCOG Budget and Other Entities Budget