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A sneak peek to Japan's 2020 Olympic Venues Wows The Internet

Japan will be hosting the Olympic Games for the second time, from 24 July to 9 August 2020. Categorically, 1964 games has completely transformed the country.
           Image from Tokyo 2020 Facebook Page
According to the organisers of the event in 2020, the Games of the XXXII Olympiad of the modern era will be "the most innovative ever organised, and will rest on three fundamental principles to transform the world: striving for your personal best (achieving your personal best); accepting one another (unity in diversity); and passing on a legacy for the future (connecting to tomorrow)".
       Image from Tokyo 2020 Facebook Page
Tokyo Games will use as many existing competition venues as possible, namely those built for the Games in 1964, such as the prestigious Nippon Budokkan for judo, the Baji Koen Park for equestrian events, and the Yoyogi National Gymnasium for handball. The Tokyo National Stadium, where the Opening and Closing Ceremonies and athletics competitions will be staged, will be completely revamped and replaced by a new arena.
      Image from Tokyo 2020 Facebook Page
Japan has been an Olympic land since the Summer Games of 1964, which were the first to be staged in Asia. In 2020, the country will host its fourth Games, if we include the Winter Games of 1972 in Sapporo and of 1998 in Nagano.

The New National Stadium, the main stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium (bottom right) are pictured on July 24, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.

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