According to Kyodo news agency, the organizing committee has decided to basically maintain the original 121 day itinerary for the torch relay of the Tokyo Olympic Games, which will be postponed to next summer due to the spread of Xinguan epidemic, according to Kyodo news agency. On March 25 next year, plans to start with the Fukushima County Football facility “j-village” (located in Miya Machi and Hirono Machi) are expected to enter the preparatory stage again. < / P > < p > several people related to the Tokyo Olympics disclosed the above information. However, according to the future epidemic situation, the implementation method including the number of days may also be adjusted. < / P > < p > with the unprecedented postponement measures of the Olympic Games, the organizing committee has considered simplifying the torch relay in order to carry out cost reduction and other work involving the overall operation. However, Olympic related people said that even if the number of days is reduced, the effect of reducing funds will not be great, and the change plan still needs to be understood by many relevant parties, such as local governments and sponsors, so it is abandoned. According to the analysis, the organizing committee will hold discussions with the executive committees of prefectures and counties on simplifying matters such as reducing the scale or canceling the activities. The torch relay of Tokyo Olympic Games was scheduled to take j-village as the starting point on March 26 this year for 121 days. However, the Tokyo Olympic Games decided to postpone the event two days ago, so it was cancelled. < / P > < p > the organizing committee said that it planned to give priority to the selected 10000 torchbearers in the restart of the torch relay next year, and respect the routes including places of interest and historic sites.