Hospitality packages at the 2020 Olympic Games will go on sale for Japanese residents at the end of this month, Tokyo 2020 have announced.
The packages, being sold by a consortium of Sports Travel Hospitality Japan, JTB Corporation and Sodexo, include access to hospitality lounges, dining and the highest category of seats at 16 Olympics sports, as well as access to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Tokyo 2020 revealed they will be available for people in Japan on a first come, first served basis from the official hospitality website, which can be found here.
The most expensive package is the Platinum Pavilion, which among the perks includes personal service, gourmet dining, a cocktail bar, and "elegant commemorative souvenir VIP access pass and lanyard".
The price is listed on the official website is listed as ¥475,000 (£3,700/$5,000//€4,000).
Private suites are available at the baseball, softball, football and rugby sevens events, priced at ¥115,000 (£900/$1,000/€950).
Spectators wishing to apply for packages outside Japan should "enquire at the National Olympic Committee or Authorised Ticket Resellers of your respective country or region".