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Nagoya 2021 will take place one week earlier than was on schedule, start July 4th., to have no overlapping with the Tokyo Olympics.

2022 schedule

Hatsu Jan. 9.-23.

Haru Mar. 13.-27. Edion Arena Osaka

Natsu May 8.-22.

Nagoya July 10.-24. Aichi Dolphins Arena

Aki Sep. 11.-25.

Kyushu Nov. 13.-27. Fukuoka kokusai center

http://www.jiji.com/jc/article?k=2020080601114&g=spo

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Shibatayama told that next year the regional basho are planned to be held at the proper locations again, starting with Osaka. Kyushu this year is to be held in Tokyo, as the November basho in the kokugikan.  http://www.sankei.com/sports/news/200806/spo2008060047-n1.html

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On 06/08/2020 at 14:39, Akinomaki said:

Nagoya 2021 will take place one week earlier than was on schedule, start July 4th., to have no overlapping with the Tokyo Olympics.

Speaking of optimistic, I think worrying about overlapping with the Tokyo Olympics is optimistic too...

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On 07/08/2020 at 08:00, dada78641 said:

Speaking of optimistic, I think worrying about overlapping with the Tokyo Olympics is optimistic too...

I'd have to agree, sitting here wearing my Tokyo 2020 t-shirt as I type.

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1 hour ago, Kaminariyuki said:

I'd have to agree, sitting here wearing my Tokyo 2020 t-shirt as I type.

It looks like you will get five Tokyo 2020 bashos to wear it.  That would give you 75 days of wear. :-P

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22 hours ago, Asojima said:

It looks like you will get five Tokyo 2020 bashos to wear it.  That would give you 75 days of wear. :-P

Ah, it's the Olympics Tokyo 2020 t-shirt.

I wonder if they're still selling them at Narita...

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Please a moment of silence for the poor guy who designed the perfect, but now useless 2020-logo.

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