Tokyo as the Second time Olympic Host
Japan has been an Olympic land since the Summer Games of 1964, which were the first to be staged in Asia. In 2020, the country will host its fourth Games, if we include the Winter Games of 1972 in Sapporo and of 1998 in Nagano.
The 2020 Olympics will officially start with the opening ceremony in Tokyo on July 24, with preliminary softball and soccer matches starting on July 22, and run through August 9. Then the Paralympics will begin August 25 and conclude September 6.
Games will be held across the nine prefecture. You can see all the Olympic Venues here.
How to Get Tickets?
Well, some tickets from Official Ticket Website are already sold out but there are still chance to get game tickets.
For residents of Japan
Only residents of Japan will be able to purchase tickets through the Official Ticket Website.
Tickets may also be purchased through other authorized Ticket Resellers designated by the Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
For overseas resident
Tickets cannot be applied for, purchased, or paid for from outside of Japan during 2019.
Tickets can be purchased from the NOC or the designated Authorised Ticket Reseller in the country/territory of your residence. The date which tickets will be put on sale and the purchasing procedures will vary by country/territory.
See the list of NOCs and Authorised Ticket Resellers
We will keep updating information about Tokyo Olympic!
For detailed information, please also see Tokyo Olympic 2020 official website.
Visit Kansai Region, Full of Culture and Nature!
Although, Kansai region including Kyoto is not a part of venues of Olympic, we hope many international guests visit the area too! Kansai region has Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Kobe, Hiroshima, Setouchi and more! You will find many beautiful attractions, beautiful nature, various great local food and culture 🙂
If you get a chance to visit Kyoto, do not forget to join our sake tour, Kyoto Insider Sake Experience
If you’re coming around Kyoto, you are lucky! Our tour is located at Fushimi Kyoto, it will be only about 20 min from Kyoto station. On our tour Kyoto Insider Sake Experience, we will visit the sake brewery and learn the deep culture of sake brewing. And also we have some tasting session and try many kinds of sakes. After the tour, you’ll be able to understand your favorite type of sake. Then you’ll be able to enjoy many sake during your stay.
We are the only sake tour company based in Kyoto Fushimi Sake Capital.
Good and strong relationship with local breweries and insiders allow us to provide you deeper sake experience.
Our guides are International Kikisake-shi, specialists of sake who can show how to enjoy sake according to personal preference, market condition, culture, and tradition. For any inquiries, please contact us 🙂