There are eight venues that are outside of the two main zones:
Musashino Forest Sport Centre
Musashino Forest Sport centre is a facility currently under construction in the Tama district of Western Tokyo, another of the four large sports areas identified under “Tokyo Vision 2020.” Construction work will complete by 2016. For the Tokyo 2020 Games, the Centre’s gymnasium will serve as a venue for modern pentathlon (fencing). It will bring a great sporting legacy to Tokyo. Owned by TMG, it will host, as a sport promotion base in the Tama area, a wide variety of events including local sports events and competitions, as well as concerts and other cultural events.
At Tokyo 2020 it will host some football matches as well as the swimming, riding, running and shooting competitions of modern pentathlon. This venue hosts various domestic and international events such as J.League Football matches and was the site of FIFA training in 2002.
Musashino Forest Park
A huge park measuring 340,000 square kilometres in western Tokyo will nestle the finish line for road cycling in a backdrop of verdant greenery and beautiful scenery, to the delight of spectators.
Asaka Shooting Range
The venue for shooting in Tokyo 1964 is still in frequent use as the training centre for the sport. There will be new construction at the site to bring this venue to modern standards.
Kasumigaseki Country Club
Located in the verdant greenery Musashino hillside and designed by a prominent architect, the Kasumigaseki Country Club is a golf course with 80 years of rich history. In 1957 it hosted Japan’s first-ever golf world cup.
Kasai Slalom Course
This will be the venue for canoe/kayak slalom.
Saitama Super Arena
This will be the basketball venue.
This will host the equestrian competitions for dressage and jumping.
All venue information is courtesy of the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee