Negotiating with training camp venues

NOCs/NPCs are responsible for negotiating directly with training camp venue officials. The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee does not participate in negotiations between NOCs/NPCs and training camp venue officials.

Financial support and subsidies

No financial assistance or subsidies are available from The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee for camp activities. All costs incurred as a result of those activities, including fees associated with use of event facilities and overnight accommodations, are the sole responsibility of the NOC/NPC in question.

Exclusive use of event facilities

NOCs/NPCs wishing to use an event facility exclusively must first negotiate with the training camp venue officials.

Visits to training camp venues

NOCs/NPCs wishing to visit a potential training camp venue should contact the relevant officials in advance.

Travel to Japan

See the ENTRY TO JAPAN web page for important information about travel to Japan.

Training camp venues included in this guide

Apart from the facilities included in the guide, NOCs/NPCs are free to choose any camp ground that suits their needs. NOCs/NPCs are requested to notify the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee once they have decided on, and reached agreement with, a camp ground in Japan.

Services provided at training camp venues

Icons on the webpage for each venue indicate services provided at training camp venues.

Intermediary/introduction services

The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee does not recommend specific training camp venues or offer intermediary or introductory services to help NOCs/NPCs find training camp venues.

Languages accommodated

The training camp venues included in the guide have been asked to, at a minimum, provide English-language service so that they can negotiate with NOCs/NPCs.

Additional information about training camp venues

New information is expected to added about training facilities that are suitable for athletes competing in new events upon their official inclusion in the Tokyo 2020 Games.

Languages in which the online guide is available

This online guide is available in three languages: English, French and Japanese. If the English and French notation and expressions are a little different in some parts, it is because the French translation is based on the English. In such case, please refer to the English translation.