TOKYO 2020: The Exhibition

img1 The Japan National Stadium
img2 Sora no Mori a rooftop garden on top of the National Stadium

Until 13 August
Open weekdays, 10am-5pm
(Closed weekends and Monday 9 August)
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The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are taking place this summer. In the first of a double exhibition on the Olympics and Paralympics, the Embassy of Japan presents TOKYO 2020: The Exhibition.

Tokyo first hosted the Olympics in 1964, with the iconic poster designs of KAMEKURA Yasaku creating imagery that went on to form the backdrop for Japan's post-war 'economic miracle'. The exhibition begins with reproductions of these iconic posters, before exploring in detail how Tokyo 2020 aims to be the most sustainable games in history. With video displays, details on the new National Stadium and more, we hope Olympic fans in the UK will enjoy the exhibition.

Covid-19 Guidance for visiting Exhibitions at the Embassy

We request that all visitors please follow our most recent Covid-19 guidance. We will be continuing to operate our exhibition space to a limited capacity, and we would like to ask all guests to kindly note our guidelines for visitors before attending.

Guidelines for visitors

  • If you are displaying symptoms of Covid-19, we kindly ask you to delay your visit to the Embassy of Japan until it is safe to do so
  • We ask all visitors to ‘check in’ on the official NHS Test and Trace app on arrival.
  • Please use the hand sanitizer on arrival
  • Whilst inside the Embassy building, visitors are asked to wear face coverings unless they are exempt from doing so
  • Walk-ins will be welcome subject to venue capacity, so we advise booking your visit in advance to avoid disappointment
  • Please note that the toilets are not accessible during this period.