Karate will make its Olympic Games debut at Tokyo 2020.

The venue will be Nippon Budokan and the sport will be divided into two specific categories: Kata and Kumite.

Kata is the solo representation of Karate’s self-defence techniques strung together into a performance routine that usually lasts two to three minutes.

A kata is judged on several technical and physical criteria; including speed, strength, focus, breathing, balance and rhythm for both men and women.

Kumite is Karate’s sport fighting element. In a kumite match, two athletes face each with the goal of scoring points using kicks, punches, strikes, throws and sweeps for a maximum of three minutes.

Seat Map of Ticket Categories

If you want to know where certain ticket categories are for your Team GB Live package, here is a useful image of the seating map for the Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020.

Please note this map is made available as a guide only, is not to scale and is an approximation of where your tickets may be located in the venue.

This map is subject to change and re-categorisation at any time at the sole discretion of the Organising Committee.