Many people are getting tickets and are already making plans to attend the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Japan won the bid for the 2020 Olympics in September of 2013. Since then plans have been in place to show off the stunning beauty and tradition of Japan, and its ability to capture peacefulness and calm. Organizers are showing their ability to parade the love of all things traditional and yet their modern cutting edge technology. It promises to be a sight to behold. www.travelrows.com
What Tourists Should Expect
‘Japan Starts Here’ is hosting a guide to the 2020 Olympics on their website. It will be updated with all the needed information about the Olympics where to buy tickets, dates, and locations. Eventually including details on sporting events and venues. Japan Starts Here is also hosting a guide for those traveling to Tokyo in 2020 that want to avoid the Olympics.
The bottom line is that Japan is expected to integrate technology, tradition, and culture into the Olympics in ways never seen before. So, if you are a person that wants to be where history is being made, Tokyo is the place to be in 2020.
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Preparations Being Made
Japan is preparing for the Olympics. Changes can be seen in public transportation, education, and even private businesses are getting ready. Preparations include everything from making athlete’s uniforms from recycled clothes to updating telecommunication buildings. Becoming a global-standard city is evidenced by foreign language signs, and cashless payments options becoming more available.
In Japanese fashion, an artificial intelligence personal named AI-Shukura is on trial bases at Tokyo station to answer questions in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. This truly is going to be a futuristic event.
Government Preparations for Safety
Ahead of the games, the Japanese government is taking steps to ensure the safety of its visitors.
The Technical Emergency Control Force is being strengthened to provide immediate emergency support for logistics, road, and structural repair in the event of a national emergency.
Local Businesses Prepare For Influx of People
A lot of speculation and data has gone into preparing for the influx of tourist to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games. Specialists have predicted that the Shinkansen the high-speed trains that cross Japanese countryside for the 1964 games, may not keep up. More than 840 businesses have joined an initiative to allow employees to adjust their work hours, or to work remotely to free up public transportation.
Some Japanese businesses are encouraging people to wait to visit Japan until the Olympics are finished. The reasoning being that you may wish to see Japan for its stunning cherry blossom season and fall festivities. It is also worth noting that the Olympic sport and parade will detract from the traditionalism of Japan. The places known for peace and quiet might not be so quiet in 2020. Crowded Train stations and public areas will be even more congested. Private transportation will be in high demand.
So if you are coming for the Games – book ahead and get excited. Contact us for help with booking flights, hotels and event tickets for the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.