Your Tokyo 2020 Olympics experience starts here. Tokyo 2020 Olympics will now be held in 2021 as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic. This will be the fourth time Japan has hosted an Olympic Games, after previously hosting the 1964 Summer Olympics and the 1972 and 1998 Winter Olympics.
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Having helped fans experience Rugby World Cup 2019 2019, our experienced team are looking forward to heading back to Tokyo for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Our Tokyo 2020 Olympic Packages include official tickets, official hospitality, accommodation, transport, sightseeing, unique experiences, and more. We hope you’ll join us for this modern Japanese take of the 2020 Olympic Games.
Tokyo will host the Summer Olympic Games for the second time in 2021, making it the first city in Asia to host the Summer Games twice. The organisers said the 2020 Games will focus on unifying diversity, achieving personal bests and creating a legacy for the future. As we’re sure you’re aware, Tokyo 2020 was postponed from July 2020 to July 2021 amid the global pandemic. We’re positive Tokyo 2020 will be a huge success with even more time to prepare the city that will showcase Japan to the world.Read moreRead less
The 2020 Olympics will see a number of new sports added to the competition including freestyle BMX, Karate, Surfing, Skateboarding and Climbing.
With a capacity to hold 68,000 spectators, the newly revamped Japan National Stadium will host The Opening and Closing ceremonies and athletics events. Other events will be held across multiple venues, both close to the Olympic village and some further abroad, including Yokohama Stadium, Fuji International Speedway and Odori Park in Sapporo where the marathon will be held.
Japan lies off the east coast of Asia and consists of four main islands; Hokkaido (north), Honshu (main island), Shikoku (south) and Kyushu (furthest south). Japan is a unique blend of ancient traditions and modern life. It’s a country that will welcome you in and never stop surprising and delighting you. Across the country, you will find many things that are uniquely Japanese; Ryokans (traditional Japanese Inns), Onsens (bath houses), Zen Gardens, Temples, Sumo Wrestling halls and to get you across the country in style is the world’s fastest train system, the Shinkansen (bullet trains).
We hope you’ll join us for this modern Japanese take on the Olympics.
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Tokyo is an incredible city that blends traditional culture and rich history with a dazzling forward-thinking desire for all things new. Tokyo offers infinite possibilities and is a collection of neighbourhoods that form one of the biggest cities in the world. The sprawling metropolis enchants visitors with dynamic arts, historic culture, delectable food, unique attractions and a respectful and endearing population. The Japanese locals are passionate about sports too. We’re sure each event of Tokyo 2020 Olympics will have an electric atmosphere and sell-out attendance.
Tokyo is one helluva city that will thrill, delight and surprise you.
July and August are the warmest months in Japan with rainy days becoming less frequent, you can expect highs of 28C in Tokyo and 24C in Sapporo. It will be humid during this time as the region moves out of the rainy season, so be prepared. Always remember your sun protection!
Located in Shibuya City, Yoyogi Park is a hidden gem and a beautiful place to watch Japanese life unfold or head out for a morning jog with the locals
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Bordering Yoyogi Park is Meiji Jingu Shrine, dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji. The beautiful forested gardens open up to one of the city's grand shrines, where locals can be seen in traditional dress
Harajuku, close to Yoyogi Park and Meiji Jingu, is an anything goes fashion hot spot. The area symbolises freedom of expression and is a great place to explore futuristic fashions and designer boutiques
The world-famous crossing is located outside Shibuya Station in central Shibuya. It's the world's busiest pedestrian crossings and makes for great photography and people watching
Tokyo's hottest attraction is an immersive digital museum offering colourful, futuristic art installations and photo ops. It can get busy, so we recommend going first thing on a weekday
Tsukiji Outer Market
Tokyo's famous fish market has moved to a new location, but the outer market area still remains and is where you can browse fresh seafood, weird and wonderful delicacies and find hard-crafted knives and artisan products
Golden Gai is a collection of mismatched, tumbledown bars lining alleyways in a dark corner of Shinjuku. The colourful area comes alive at night and is a great place for a night out
Taste Japanese Cuisine
Japanese Cuisine is one of the best ways to experience the diverse cultures of the country. Dishes from the northern mountainous regions are often hearty and come from the land; whereas dishes in the south are often light and from the sea. Each area has it's own twist in Japanese favourites including Sushi, Ramen and Okonomiyaki
The Imperial Palace
The Imperial Palace is one of Tokyo's most famous sites. It's a 280 acre moated and walled palace and a gardens that's the permanent home of the Emperor of Japan. It's well worth a visit
Deposit: 25% plus any upgrades or extras due to secure your booking
Stage: Due by 10 October 2020
Balance: Due by 19 October 2020
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In the lead-up to the event, we’ll be in touch to share important travel information with you, to ensure you get the most from your event experience and can travel with confidence. If you have any questions along the way, our Travel Experts are always available to assist.
Two weeks before the event begins, we will send you a Travel Documents email, which contains information about your booking, services and personalised information. If you require physical items (e.g. tickets, merchandise etc.), these will be sent by post or courier at this time.
If you depart from your postal address earlier than two weeks before the event begins, please let us know, as we’ll need to arrange alternative delivery of your physical items. We may deliver your physical items to your hotel for collection on check-in or make them available via a collection point.
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