Although there were only a few days left, protests against holding the Games continued. A group of about 100 people demanded the cancellation of the Olympics yesterday, and protested in front of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.
The flame path continues, following the flight path, and is often modified for health reasons. While some prefectures, such as Tokyo are still subject to severe health restrictions until July 11 due to the continuous increase in COVID-19 infections, in Shizuoka Prefecture, the epidemic situation is less alarming and this has allowed torchbearers to operate normally. City streets.
Among the places visited were the Suruga Bay torch, the deepest bay in Japan located next to Mount Fuji and the tea plantations of the region, the Nirayama echo furnace, the only furnace of its kind remaining in Japan; and Perry Road, named after Commodore Perry of the US Navy who played a leading role in the conquest of Japan to the West.
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