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Important notice

On Tuesday 24 March 2020, the International Olympic Committee and The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games announced the postponement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

A new schedule for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Torch Relay will be decided in accordance with the decision made on the specific dates of the postponed Tokyo 2020 Games.

The following information was compiled and released before the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Games was announced on 24 March 2020.

For the Toyama Prefecture Paralympic Flame Festival, all 15 cities, towns and villages throughout the prefecture will carry out flame lighting using methods that are unique to those areas based on the spirit of the Paralympic torch relay, where a diverse range of people give hope and support in society to become a light to inspire the creation of an inclusive society. The flames from these 15 cities, towns and villages will become one flame at the Fugan Canal Park Water Plaza in Toyama City, where the departure ceremony for the flame will also be held to send it to Tokyo, the Paralympic host city.

Regional flame celebration

Date City Venue
TBD Toyama City Toyama Science Museum
TBD Takaoka City Shoukouji Temple
TBD Imizu City Osima chuo park
TBD Uozu City SUWA Shrine
TBD Namerikawa City Sun abilitys namerikawa
TBD Himi City Yanaida Nunooyama Mounded Tomb
TBD Kurobe City Kurobe City Hall
TBD Tonami City Tonami City Hall
TBD Oyabe City KURIKARA Ancient battlefield
TBD Nanto City Nanto City Jyounan Indoor ground
TBD Kamiichi Town Around the hakuryuu bridge
TBD Funahashi Village Funahashi Village Hall
TBD Tateyama Town Oyama Shrine / The top of Mt.Tateyama
TBD Nyuzen Town TBD
TBD Asahi Town Fudodo ruins

Flame Gathering in Prefecture

Date City Venue
TBD Toyama City Fugan Canal Park Water Plaza

Depart for Tokyo

Date City Venue
TBD Toyama City Fugan Canal Park Water Plaza

Flame visits

The Paralympic flame, which will be lit using methods unique to the cities, towns and villages of Toyama Prefecture, will visit mainly welfare facilities in multiple locations throughout the area.