Tokyo 2020 Parties Agree Basic Roles and Allocation of Costs for the Tokyo 2020 Games

The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) today agreed an overall approach governing the division of roles and allocation of costs for the Tokyo 2020 Games with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG), the Japanese Government, and with local governments of the seven prefectures and four other cities hosting events. The agreement was reached following a special liaison meeting between all the parties.

The seven prefectures hosting events are Hokkaido, Miyagi, Fukushima, Saitama, Chiba, Kanagawa and Shizuoka. The four other cities are Sapporo, Saitama, Chiba and Yokohama.

All the parties additionally agreed to set up a 'Management Committee for Collaborative Projects' (name TBD), which aims to further reduce costs, while optimising resources. The committee will regularly review the specific tasks related to Games preparation and operation according to the status of each venue and ensure that these tasks are progressed and managed properly.

(Download a file)The documented overall division of roles and allocation of costs and the updated overall Games budget (PDF: 170.6 KB)

(Download a file)The documented overall division of roles and allocation of costs and the updated overall Games budget (PDF: 170.6 KB)

Yoshiro Mori, President of the Tokyo 2020, delivers opening remarks All relevant parties attended, including Tokyo 2020, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Japanese government, and local governments of seven prefectures and four cities that will host events. Yoshiro Mori, President of Tokyo 2020, chats with a prefectural governor Yuji Kuroiwa, Governor of Kanagawa Prefecture, giving a speech