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    Tokyo Dome

    Tokyo Dome is a 55,000-seat stadium in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo. Tokyo Dome is used for a range of sporting events including basketball, football and martial arts.

  • National Olympic Stadium

    The National Olympic Stadium (also referred to as simply the National Stadium) was completed in 1958 and built for the 1964 Summer Olympics. The National Olympic Stadium has a seated capacity of 48,000 and today is mainly used for football matches. The National Olympic Stadium is in Shinjuku.

  • Korakuen Hall

    Korakuen Hall is a mixed use sporting arena used for boxing, professional wrestling and martial arts. It has a capacity of 1,800. Korakuen Hall is next to Tokyo Dome in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo

  • Ariake Colosseum

    Ariake Colosseum sometimes known as the ‘Wimbeldon of Tokyo’ as it is the site of the Japan Open (tennis). The Ariake Colosseum is a multi purpose venue with an opening roof, which is also used for concerts and boxing matches. Ariake Colosseum is in Odaiba Tokyo.

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    Ariake Sports Center

    Ariake Sports Center, in Odaiba is a sports complex containing an indoor pool, gym, volleyball and basketball courts. The Ariake Sports Center features very distinctive Tokyo Architecture and is often likened to a mushroom.

  • Tokyo Budokan

    Tokyo Budokan is a martial arts and Kyudo training hall with very distinctive architecture in Adachi Ward of Tokyo. Tokyo Budokan was designed by the famous Japanese architect Kijo Rokkaku. Tokyo Budokan is at the end of the long linear section of Higashi Ayase Park and not near the main Read more [...]