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Japan Shares Photos of Tokyo 2020 Olympics Venues Amaze Netizens

Japan shares some photos of the venues and shows that they are ready for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

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Image from Tokyo 2020 Facebook Page

The country that will host the 2020 Olympics shared a sneak peek of the sports venues that are going to be used in the sports meet. First on their list is the massive New National Stadium, also known as the Olympic Stadium.

It will serve as the main venue for the opening and closing ceremonies. It will hold up to 68,000 seats but can still be extended to accommodate up to 80,000 seats.

Recently on Facebook, Tokyo described it as “The Olympic stadium is AMAZING! What an incredible venue! This is a place where records will be broken, legends will be made and the worlds best will be crowned next year at Tokyo 2020.”

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Image from Tokyo 2020 Facebook Page

The next venue that was unveiled is the Tokyo Aquatics Centre, located in Tatsumi Seaside Park in Koto Ward. The huge swimming area will host swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, and several Paralympic events.

As of October, at least 90 percent of the construction is already completed and expected to be finished by next year. Once completed, the Tokyo Aquatics Centre will be considered one of the biggest swimming facilities in the world.

Japan Shares
Image from Tokyo 2020 Facebook Page

As of November, four out of six permanent venues for the games have been completed for the upcoming Olympics. It’s no wonder that athletes who will be joining the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are so excited for next year’s huge event.

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