The largest and most prestigious multi-sporting event on the planet, The quadrennial Olympics Games, sees over 200 nations compete in 339 events across 33 different sports, from running to cycling, boxing, swimming, gymnastics, and basketball.
Held during the summer months, over the course of 16 days in major cities across the world, the games attract a global tv audience of over 3 billion, though for sports fanatics, attending the games in person, to witness the pinnacle of live sport and soak up the carnivalesque atmosphere, is a must experience at least once in their lives!
Following last summer’s postponement due to the global pandemic, in the summer of 2021, the Japanese capital will play host to the Summer Olympics Games for the second time. A sprawling and ultra-modern metropolis of close to 40 million people, Tokyo is one of the largest and most exciting cities on earth, rich in history, culture, and proud sporting heritage, and the perfect place to experience the unique magic of the world’s most epic festival of sport!
The Olympic Games will begin on Friday, 23 July 2021, and ends on Sunday, 8 August.
During late July and August Tokyo is hot and extremely humid, with average temperatures of around 27°C.
If you are traveling from the UK, there are regular direct flights from London Heathrow to Tokyo via British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and Japan Airlines.
No, British nationals do not require a Visa to enter Japan for stays of up to 90 days.
With Japan’s futuristic cities and historic sites, you’ll feel like you’ve gone forwards in time one minute, and backwards the next. No matter where you go in Japan, you’ll be either stunned by beautiful scenery or mind-blown by new innovations.
Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of the spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life.
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