Musashino Forest Sport Plaza

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Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
Exterior view from February 2018
Exterior view from February 2018
place 290-11, Nishimachi Chofu , Tokyo , Japan
Coordinates 35 ° 39 '56.5 "  N , 139 ° 31' 29"  E Coordinates: 35 ° 39 '56.5 "  N , 139 ° 31' 29"  E
start of building 2014
opening 25 November 2017
surface Concrete
PVC - Flooring
costs more than 300 million US dollars
capacity 10,000 seats

The Musashino Forest Sport Plaza ( English for Japanese 武 蔵 野 の 森 総 合 ス ポ ー ツ プ ラ ザ , Musashino no mori sōgō supōtsu puraza ) is a sports complex in the Japanese city ​​of Chōfu , a western suburb of Tokyo in Tokyo Prefecture .

In the 2020 Olympic Games , the competitions will be in here Badminton and Fencing of Modern Pentathlon held. At the Summer Paralympics 2020 , the wheelchair basketball competitions will be held here.

The large multi-purpose hall of the complex is right next to the Ajinomoto Stadium and has a capacity of around 10,000 visitors. In addition to it, the sports complex also includes a swimming pool , a small sports hall and two fitness studios . The facility was opened on November 25, 2017 as the first competition venues built for the 2020 Olympic Games. The construction phase lasted three and a half years and cost a total of over 300 million US dollars .

Due to renovation work in the Ariake Coliseum for the Olympic Games, the Japan Open Tennis Championships were held here in 2018 .

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