Mainichi – Tokyo Olympics 1964

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Torch ceremony in Olympia First torch relay runner sets off for Tokyo Olympic tourch arrives in Okinawa Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the torch relay arrives The Olympic torch relay passes Akasaka Mitsuke
Tickets Athlete’s Village
Tickets Athlete’s village Abebe undergoes a medical examination at the Olympic Village Athlete’s village First cooking ceremony
Stadia
Bulgarian athlete gets married in Olympic Village National Stadium, Tokyo Komazawa Park area Olympic Tower at Komazawa Toda Boat Course
Opening Ceremony
Yoyogi Stadium Nippon Budokan Shibuya Public Hall Enoshima Yacht Harbor Opening Ceremony, the final torch relay runner Sakai Yoshinori
Opening Ceremony, Lighting up the sacred torch Olympic Flame Opening Ceremony, Japanese Team Opening Ceremony, Japanese Team Jet planes paint the Olympic rings in the sky
IOC director Brundage and Daigoro Yasukawa, president of Organizing Committee greet at opening ceremony Opening ceremony. Takashi Ono pledges The Emperor and Empress attend the Opening Ceremony Opening ceremony. Coubertin’s words Brass band at Opening Ceremony
Volleyball Ball Sports
Womens volleyball team coach Hirobumi Daimatsu Women’s Volleyball Final Women’s Volleyball Medal Ceremony Soccer, Japan vs Argentina Men’s Basketball, Japan vs Puerto Rico
Gymnastics
Mens volleyball. Japan VS Hungary Men’s hockey, Pakistan vs Japan Gymnastics, Endou Yukio Gymnastics, Takuji Hayata Gymnastics, Toshiko Aihara
Wrestling
Gymnastics, Čáslavská Freestyle bantamweight Yojiro Uetake Freestyle featherweight  Osamu Watanabe Greco-Roman Wrestling. Hanahara (left) and Ichiguchi Wrestling chairman Hatta
Judo Boxing
Wrestlig. Freestyle medalists. (from left) Yoshida, Watanabe, Uetake, Horiuchi Judo. Anton Geesink VS Kaminaga Judo. Isao Okano Takao Sakurai, Bantamweight Takao Sakurai wins Bantamweight medal
Weightlifting Athletics
Weightlifting (featherweight) Yoshinobu Miyake Weightlifting (featherweight)  Yoshinobu Miyake Marathon. Jingu Forest Japanese royal family watching the marathon Track and field. Marathon  Kokichi Tsuburaya
Horse Jumping
Men’s 100m, Bob Hayes Track and field. Marathon. Abebe wins 2 consecutive years Track and field. Men 100m. Hideo Iijima Horse jumping. Hiroshi Hoketsu

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