Boris Johnson, the British Foreign Secretary, has offered some advice to Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike about hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in three years' time.
A 23-year-old construction worker at Tokyo’s Olympic stadium committed suicide earlier this year due to “overwork”, his family have claimed.
International foundations and foreign embassies are being invited to participate in Tokyo 2020's Nationwide Participation Programme to boost interest in the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) have continued their planning for Tokyo 2020 by welcoming the Games' Rights Holding Broadcasters (RHBs) to the Japanese capital for a three-day briefing.
The city of Kashima was endorsed as a Tokyo 2020 football venue at today's meeting of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board here.
Tokyo 2020 President Yoshirō Mori has called for strong discussions with the International Olympic Committee to create detailed plans for urban sports venues at the Olympic Games, while expressing concern over delays to construction of a key road.
Swimmer Kirsty Coventry has become the latest to contribute to the Tokyo 2020 medal project with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) praising the organisers efforts to empower athletes.
Tokyo 2020 chief technology innovation officer Eiji Uda hopes to provide added value to spectators attending events at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A site proposed by Tokyo 2020 for urban sports action at the Olympic Games has been given the approval of Coordination Commission chairman John Coates, the Australian suggesting the possibility of the public attempting the activities after competition.
Coordination Commission chairman John Coates has praised Tokyo 2020’s efforts to decrease costs, but stressed further reductions would benefit taxpayers and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Tokyo 2020 are poised to welcome the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission as they conduct their fourth visit to the Japanese capital.
Brazilian athletes will be based at six training bases for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, after reaching an agreement with the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) and local towns.
Tokyo 2020 has signed a partnership agreement with the Nippon Foundation, a private non-profit humanitarian organisation supporting activities in social welfare, public health and educational fields.
Tokyo 2020 chiefs have opened up the tender process for a designer to come forward to take on temporary overlay projects for the Games.
International Judo Federation (IJF) President Marius Vizer has claimed the addition of a mixed team event to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic programme is a "dream come true".