2020A fire is lit in Olympia, Greece on March 12, 2008.
After arriving in Japan on March 20 last year, it was exhibited in Miyagi, Iwate, and Fukushima prefectures, but it was postponed due to the effects of the new coronavirus.
The torch relay, which departed from J-Village in Fukushima Prefecture on March 25 this year and will take 121 days to tour 857 cities and villages nationwide, is scheduled to be ignited at the opening ceremony on July 23.
FinallyShimada City, Fujieda City, Makinohara City, Yaizu CityTorch runner runs.
6Wednesday, May 23 15:00～16:30
Shimada City (Tea Plantation)See the route>>
6Wednesday, May 23 16:35～19:00
Shimada, FukushimaSee the route>>
6Thursday, May 24 7:00～9:00
Makinohara CitySee the route>>
6Thursday, April 24 9:00～11:40
Fujieda, FukushimaSee the route>>
6Thursday, May 24 12:26～13:03
Yaizu, JapanSee the route>>
This year, there are restrictions on support because of coronaization.
[About viewing along the road]
・If you want to see it along the road, please see it near your residence. In particular, please refrain from viewing outside your prefecture.
・ Please wear a mask along the road.
・Please do not shout out loudly, but support by clapping and using distribution goods.
・When viewing, please take an appropriate distance from the front, back, left, and right. Excessive compactity may cause relays to be interrupted.
* In order to avoid the congestion of the road along the road, please watch live broadcast as much as possible.
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