The marathon course at the Tokyo Marathon 2020 symbolises the past, present and the future of Tokyo. The race starts in front of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and ends at the Tokyo Station. The city race covers the different districts of Tokyo – Shinjuku, Iidabashi, Kanda, Nihonbashi, Asakusa Kaminari-mon, Ryogoku, Monzen-nakacho, Ginza, Takanawa, Hibiya and Gyoko-dori. We will catch a glimpse of the Tokyo Tower, see the packed crowd of supporters in front of Tokyo’s oldest temple, Senso-ji, in Asakusa, and feel the positive energy of the volunteers & supporters throughout the whole marathon route. This new race course is generally flat and fast, and the marathon will finish next to the Imperial Palace. At the 2017 edition, Wilson Kipsang came close to the record, falling short of a minute; but we think this course will see many runners setting personal best times, and possibly a world record set on this course.
It is indeed the biggest race in Asia, one of the best-organized events in the world, and worthy of its status as one of the Abbott World Marathon Majors.
Morning arrival in Tokyo, take the airport shuttle service to hotel
Early check-in as available or baggage drop
Walk and explore the hotel’s surrounding area, eat out for lunch, or head out for an easy jog in Yoyogi Park to refresh your blood circulation after the overnight flight
Visit the Tokyo Marathon EXPO 2020 (venue to be advised) today for race pack collection (Thursday and/or Friday)
For runners who have arrived earlier on the 6D5N package, we will do a morning run before breakfast, and the rest of the day free
Join us at the Tokyo Marathon Friendship Run 2020, and get to meet runners from around the world
Rest of the day free & easy or take the train to the Tokyo Marathon EXPO 2020 for last-minute race pack collections
Meet up with the group/peers for lunch and/or dinner at the hotel or at any restaurants in Shinjuku
Morning race start at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (just a street away from Keio Plaza)
Enjoy a terrific marathon while we cross our fingers for a race of your lifetime
After crossing the finish line, take the free shuttle service back to the hotel (The land arrangements are operated by KNT)
After Run Party at Happo-En and/or replenishing your energy in one of the nearby restaurants while sharing first hand your experience and excitement with your partners and running peers
Early breakfast, take a walk around Shinjuku and get ready for checkout by 12pm
Prices of tour packages are listed in Sin$/per person
Below are a list of items that are included and excluded in the tour package:
6 Days 5 Nights
Runner @ $ 3,770 (Standard) $ 4,550 (Premier Grand)
Non-runner/Companion @ $ 2,440 (Standard) $ 3,220 (Premier Grand)
Runner @ $ 5,220 (Standard) $ 6,550 (Premier Grand)
5 Days 4 Nights
Runner @ $ 3,550 (Standard) $ 4,220 (Premier Grand)
Non-runner/Companion @ $ 2,220 (Standard) $ 2,880 (Premier Grand)
Runner @ $ 4,770 (Standard) $ 5,880 (Premier Grand)
4 Days 3 Nights
Runner @ $ 3,330 (Standard) $ 3,880 (Premier Grand)
Non-runner/Companion @ $ 1,990 (Standard) $ 2,550 (Premier Grand)
Runner @ $ 4,330 (Standard) $ 5,220 (Premier Grand)
Registrations for the guaranteed race entries with the tour packages are done through hard copy application forms (you can download the form at the link below).
As we have very limited race entries, we will contact you directly if we are able to offer you the tour packages. We will close the tour booking when the maximum number of entrants are filled. Do note that the guaranteed race entry comes complete with the tour package, and will not be sold on its own.
Please be advised that the purchase of the tour packages is an agreement with Athletes' Journey & the Tokyo Marathon Foundation to abide by the terms and conditions (which will be included with the invoice/booking offer), be actively involved in the tour program, and be in communication with the tour leaders/hosts regularly on all important matters.
Thank you very much for choosing to travel with us.