The picture shows the exterior of Musashino Forest Sports Plaza which opened in Tokyo on November 25, 2017. (AFP / Toru Yamanaka)
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Tokyo opened its first new permanent venue for the 2020 Olympics Saturday in a welcome public relations boost for the organizers after a series of setbacks.The venue, which will also host wheelchair basketball at the 2020 Paralympics, is the first of eight new permanent venues to be completed.Tokyo will have a total of 39 venues for the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, including 23 existing sites and eight temporary facilities in addition to the eight new permanent ones.
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