Tokyo Olympics 2020: where to stay in Tokyo’s Heritage Zone

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The countdown to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is fast gathering pace – and for those thinking about visiting during the sporting event, there is perhaps one key question to ask: where is best to stay?

One option is to head for the Heritage Zone – one of two oval-shaped ‘zones’ spanning the city that have been created for the games (the other is the Tokyo Bay Zone, where a flurry of new developments are taking shape). The Heritage Zone includes a vast swathe of the city’s best hotels – plus countless landmark structures created for Tokyo’s historic 1964 Summer Olympic games (don’t miss the gracefully sweeping concrete lines of Kenzo Tange’s iconic Yoyogi National Gymnasium). Here’s our pick of the…

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