Oi Hockey Stadium
The Oi Hockey Stadium is a yet-to-be constructed facility for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The venue will be hosting Olympic hockey. The Oi Hockey Stadium is set to be built in the Oi Central Seaside Park Sports Forest. Seaside Park is one of the best sports parks in Tokyo with three certified athletic fields, artificial turf ground, tennis courts, and an area where you can walk your dog as well. The park opened in 1978 and has 290 spots where you can park your car.
Unlike a few other temporary facilities for the Olympic Games, the Oi Hockey Stadium will be built with plans to use the venue after the games. The Stadium will be a multi-purpose sports facility and will be made with artificial turf ground when the Olympics are over. With the venue being built in Seaside Park, it will be a great spot to relax during the Olympic Games. There is plenty of space in the park even with a stadium built on the premises. There will also be locker rooms and bathrooms in the area for those looking to freshen up after watching a Hockey in the Stadium.
Events & Major Competitions At Oi Hockey Stadium
Oi Hockey Stadium will host Hockey for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. There will be 12 team tournaments featuring a Women’s bracket and a Men’s bracket. The stadium itself will host other events after the Olympics that have not been announced yet. The Olympic hockey event will feature some of the best talents in the world all in one central place, fighting for a gold medal for their country.
- 12-team tournament (Men/Women)
Things To Do In The City Near Oi Hockey Stadium For Tokyo 2020
There are plenty of fun things to do near the stadium before or after you watch the hockey events. If you’re hungry, you can head to Table 9 Tokyo which offers all-you-can-eat late night food. It opens at 11:30 am closes at 4 am for more convenience.
If you’re in the mood for some more landmark viewing you can walk over to the Bridge of Tears, a historical landmark in Tokyo, Japan. Breweries, theme parks, and other fully emmersive experiences can be found all throughout the city for the 2020 Summer Games.
Tokyo 2020 Weather At Oi Hockey Stadium
The weather during late July and August months will be a little warm for most. In July there will be a high of 85 degrees and a low of 73 degrees. In August the high usually averages 88 degrees and then a low of 75 degrees. Since the hockey matches will be taking place inside the stadium with air conditioning, we recommend that you bring a light jacket with for the colder inside temperatures. All of the matches will take place inside the stadium so there is no need to worry about getting a sunburn or anything like that. You may need additional supplies if you choose to walk around outside of the stadium in the park. The park is very wide-open, so you’ll have to pick and choose where you get shade.
Transportation to Oi Hockey Stadium For The 2020 Summer Olympics
Oi Hockey Stadium is conveniently located within Oi Central Seaside Park Sports Forest. The park itself provides over 200 parking spots for guests and, since it is an open area, enables Olympic visitors to enter the park from numerous points. We advise that you take public transportation and then walk to the area. The public parking spots will most likely fill up quickly as the park is already a popular spot even without the addition of Olympic Hockey.
Traveling By Railway
You can reach Oi Hockey Stadium with by taking the Tokyo monorail to the Oi Keibajo-mae station. After you leave the station, the park is an eight-minute walk away. You can also walk to the station by taking the Keikyu Line. You just need to get off at Tachiaigawa Station and the venue will be a 20-minute walk away.
Traveling By Bus
You can also reach the stadium by bus. To get to the venue you will need to take the Toe Bus from the Shinagawa Eki Konanguchu (91) stop, ride it and get off at the Yashio Minami stop. After you get off the venue is only an eight-minute walk away.
What Else To Do In Tokyo During The Olympics
If you’re still looking for fun things to do, OlympicBettingOdds.com suggests you look around in a museum. The Harajuku is an avant-garde style art museum. It showcases great street art, vintage clothing stores, cosplay shops, and much more. For those looking to be more on the wild side, you can visit the Tokyo DisneySea, a Disney theme park that is inspired by the sea. The park has seven themed ports of call that provide rides, shows, and different eateries if you’re still hungry after an Olympic sporting event.
Where To Eat In Tokyo
If you’re looking for some fancy dining options in Tokyo then try out the DEN, a restaurant on the Asia 20 Best Restaurant list. You can get high-quality meals a few hours after watching your country play Hockey in the Olympics. The eatery even offers quirky additions like adding ants in your salad. The chef has a signature dish called Dentucky Fried Chicken. If you’d like to spend even more money, then visit Florilege, an eatery with an 11-course tasting menu. Florilege has a 16-seat counter and large open kitchen as well.