Tokyo 2023 entry - what you need to know

The Tokyo Marathon is aiming to be back to a full-size field for its 2023 edition with 37,500 runners set to be welcomed to the Japanese capital for the 26.2-mile distance.
The entry schedule for the 2023 race, taking place on March 5, has been released, with a number of avenues available to runners residing in Japan and from overseas.
Donation and Charity Runner Applications open on July 11 and close on July 24, with ONE TOKYO Premium Member Entry running from August 1 to August 12.

Tokyo Resident Entry will then open on August 15 and close on August 26 before the general entry window opens from August 29 until September 9.
The race last took place with a full field in 2019. The 2020 edition was staged as an elite-only event due to the onset of the COVD-19 pandemic, and the 2021 event was moved to March 2022, with a smaller field size made up almost exclusively of Japanese residents.
You can find full entry information here.

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