THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
March 26, 2021 at 16:07 JST
Japan Post Co. will start selling commemorative stamp sheets on June 23 to honor the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the postal service announced on March 25.
The 84-yen stamps will be offered in sheets of 25 at a price of 2,100 yen ($19.20) per sheet. They will go on sale one month before the Tokyo Olympics opens on July 23.
Sheets come in three designs that feature a host of sports and events, including judo, cycling, soccer and many more.
Japan Post will also offer a stamp book for 10,000 yen, tax included. The book contains three kinds of stamp sheets and a 500-yen stamp that has an aerial shot of the new National Stadium in Tokyo.
Japan Post will sell the commemorative offerings online and at post offices across the country.
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