The Paralympics ended on the 5th, and the Tokyo tournament was over.



Of the six facilities newly constructed by the city for the Olympics and Paralympics, most of them are expected to have an annual income and expenditure deficit at this point, and the city wants to utilize them by increasing the use of the facilities, but it is negative. The challenge is to increase profitability so that it does not become a legacy.

As the venue for the tournament, the capital has newly constructed six facilities at a cost of approximately 137.5 billion yen.



In the future, we plan to make it a base for sports, but in the annual income and expenditure outlook announced by the city four years ago, only "Ariake Arena" is in the black, and the other five are in the red, and the total amount is about 1 billion a year. It is expected to be 85 million yen.



The city wants to utilize it by increasing the usage by devising the private business operator who operates the facility, but if the infection of the new coronavirus continues to spread, the usage may be sluggish.



In addition to the prolongation of corona measures, there are concerns that the financial burden on the city will increase further due to the decrease in ticket revenue due to the holding of the tournament without spectators. The issue is whether it can be enhanced.



It is the future plan and income and expenditure outlook of the six facilities developed by the city.



Most of the facilities will be re-used after the temporary removal work for the tournament has been completed.

Ariake Arena

Of the six facilities, the only one that is expected to be in the black is the Ariake Arena in Koto Ward, which was the venue for volleyball and wheelchair basketball.



As a new base for sports and culture in Tokyo, events such as international sports competitions and concerts are scheduled to be held from around next summer.



The annual income and expenditure outlook is a surplus of 356 million yen.



Meanwhile, the remaining five facilities are all expected to be in the red.

Tokyo Aquatics Center

The "Tokyo Aquatics Center" in Koto Ward, which was the venue for swimming races, is equipped with a 50-meter pool, a diving platform, and a large-scale vision.



From around the spring of next year, we are considering holding 100 athlete competitions a year and holding swimming classes for children and the elderly.



The annual deficit is expected to be 638 million yen.

Sea Forest Waterway

The Sea Forest Waterway in Koto Ward, which was the venue for canoeing and boating, has eight lanes of a 2000-meter-long straight course, and is equipped with a boathouse and accommodation facilities.



From around the spring of next year, we will hold international competitions and training camps for athletes, as well as provide opportunities for Tokyo residents to experience water sports.



The annual deficit is expected to be 158 million yen.

Canoe Slalom Center

The "Canoe Slalom Center" in Edogawa Ward, which was the venue for canoeing, is a facility built next to Kasai Rinkai Park and is the first artificial canoeing course in Japan.



From around the spring of next year, we will invite and hold international and domestic competitions, and provide opportunities for Tokyo residents to experience water sports and rafting.



The annual deficit is expected to be 186 million yen.

Oi Hockey Stadium

The Oi Hockey Stadium, which became the venue for hockey, is located in Oi Wharf Central Seaside Park, which straddles Shinagawa Ward and Ota Ward, and has two artificial turf grounds.



From around the summer of next year, we plan to hold international and domestic competitions to improve and popularize the competitiveness of hockey.



In addition, it will be used as a multipurpose ground that can be used for soccer, lacrosse, American football, etc.



The annual deficit is expected to be 92 million yen.

Yumenoshima Park Archery Field

The Yumenoshima Park Archery Field in Koto Ward, which was the venue for archery, will hold major domestic competitions to improve competitiveness, while opening a lawn plaza of approximately 18,000 square meters for relaxation for the citizens of Tokyo. We plan to use it as a place for people.



Since there is no construction work after the tournament, we will start using it around November.



The annual deficit is expected to be 11.7 million yen.

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