Toyota Motor, Toyota Fudosan & Toyota Alvark Tokyo are promoting the Tokyo A-Arena Project to construct a next-generation arena at the site of the former Toyota showroom facility MEGA WEB in Koto-ku in Tokyo. With Let's discover the potential together as its concept, the Tokyo A-Arena Project is intended to become a place integrating and unleashing a wide range of potentialities, particularly in the areas of sports, mobility, and sustainability, with cooperation from various partners.Site Area - 27,000 square metersCapacity - 10,000 personsScheduled Start - Autumn 202Landowner - Toyota MotorBuilder Owner - Toyota FudosanOperator - Toyota AlvarkThe facility will have two outdoor parks to contribute to community vitality, and in addition to efforts at reducing arena waste generation, we are exploring LEED certification, a first for any Japanese arena. As the area name Aomi means blue sea in Japanese, we hope to help bring back a blue sea by creating sustainable lifestyles with the community and arena visitors that include recycling and reuse.Toyota Alvark Tokyo, a member of the B. League First Division, will use the new arena as its home court. The facility will also stage indoor sports such as volleyball and table tennis, urban sports, parasports, e-sports, and more to widely share the appeal of sports.This arena will become the new home of Alvark Tokyo, Toyota's basketball team, but we hope it will also become sacred ground for all kinds of other competitions. We hope that it will also provide power to parasports and competitions with a low number of competitors, low recognition, and few supporters.