The Japan National Tourism Organisation has unveiled a new phase of its promotional campaign for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, with the launch of a collaboration with British diver, Tom Daley.
At an event held at Japan House in London, the organisation hosted Daley to screen some of the content he created for a mini-series focusing on the country.
The Olympic diver talked through his recent experience in Japan and showcased previously unseen footage from his trip.
To highlight the one year to go mark, Daley travelled to Japan earlier this month to film a six-part series showcasing some of the culture and events Japan has to offer ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympics Games.
The Olympian flew into to Tokyo, courtesy of Japan Airlines, where he spent a couple of days exploring the quirky culture.
From Tokyo, Daley travelled north around several prefectures including Fukushima, Yamagata, Miyagi, Aomori and Iwate.
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The Olympic Games will be taking place in Japan from July 24th until August 9th next summer, with the Paralympics following from August 12th until September 12th.
An estimated 206 nations will be participating in the grand opening ceremony taking place on July 24th in Tokyo.
Some 33 sports will be participating in the games, with five new sports being added to the list this year – baseball/softball, karate, skateboarding, sports climbing and surfing.
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