Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Judo - E2
7 night package allowing you to choose ticket combinations to multiple Judo sessions/ ATOL Protected
7 night package allowing you to choose ticket combinations to multiple Judo sessionsATOL Protected
An unbeatable package if you want to be there when the judo medals are won at Tokyo 2020.
Whether in the men’s or the women’s competition and across a variety of weight ranges, this package option will bring you eight medal ceremonies as well as a host of great one on one showdowns.
- Official tickets
- Return international flights
- Hotel accommodation
- An exclusive invitation to Team GB House
- Return airport transfers
- Official Team GB Live merchandise pack
- Experienced travel reps
- Suica Travel Card
No other British operator has the right to sell tickets so our reputation as part of Team GB will ensure complete confidence in our service.
Our packages will include a variety of tickets, so you have the flexibility and choice in your packages and you’ll have the opportunity to select from a range of different ticket combinations when purchasing.
Ticket combination options can be viewed at the next stage of the booking process.
Team GB House
You will be guaranteed an exclusive invitation to visit Team GB House during your stay – a completely new addition to our travel packages and something never available to travelling fans before.
The opportunity to rub shoulders with Team GB legends and current Olympians, soak up an incredible behind the scenes atmosphere and truly understand why Team GB is the best loved sports team in the UK.
Tokyo 2020 will be a wonderful opportunity to discover this Asian gem at the world's greatest sporting event.
When you book with us, we do the planning and hard work for you. We've visited all our hotels to ensure they meet both your needs and expectations, providing peace of mind.
Choose from a range of our specially selected hotels at the next stage of the booking process.
It originally emerged from jujitsu as a martial art and was further developed as a competitive sport by Jigaro Kano, a Japanese educationalist, sport activist, and philosopher. Combatants – known as judokas – aim to either throw an opponent to the floor, subdue them with a pin, or force the opponent to submit with a choke or arm lock.