Nippon Budokan

The Nippon Budokan is known as the spiritual home of Japanese martial arts – especially judo.
At the 1964 Games, judo made its debut as an Olympic sport, with competitions being held here. This 1964 Olympic legacy venue has a beautifully-streamlined large roof that resembles Mt. Fuji.
It serves as an important venue not only for Japanese martial arts but also for various national, educational, and large-scale commercial events such as concerts.

OLYMPIC & PARALYMPIC SPORTS AT THIS VENUE

Olympics

Judo
Karate

Paralympics

Judo

GET YOUR TICKETS

Tickets are not for sale as of yet. They are scheduled to be released during the spring of 2019. Stay tuned!

HOTELS NEARBY THE AREA



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HOW TO ACCESS THE VENUE

6 minutes by foot from Kudanshita Station (Hanzomon Line, Shinjuku Line and Tozai Line)