The Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre will be under scrutiny when a test event for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo is due to get underway at the venue tomorrow.
As with test events in other sports, the canoe slalom competition will take place under the "Ready Steady Tokyo" banner.
Heats in the men's C1 and women's K1 are scheduled to take place tomorrow, with heats in the women's C1 and men's K1 on Saturday (October 26).
Sunday (October 27) will see the semi-finals and gold-medal races in all four disciplines.
Constructed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre is the first of its kind for the sport in Japan.
It is one of eight new venues being built from scratch for Tokyo 2020 and cost ¥7 billion (£50.3 million/$64.3 million/€58 million).
The course, which is 200 metres in length and has a height differential of 4.5m from start to finish, complies with International Canoe Federation and Japan Canoe Federation guidelines.
Temporary seating will house up to 7,500 fans.
The canoe slalom competition at Tokyo 2020 is scheduled for July 26 to 31 next year.