Tokyo Olympics: Country Order for Olympic Opening Ceremony

Tokyo Olympics: Country Order for Olympic Opening Ceremony

All of the opening ceremony celebrations were expected to currently be a distant memory, as the Tokyo Olympics were set up to occur last year. Due to the global pandemic, the Olympics were postponed up until this summer season and it feels as though the wait deserved it.
Country Order for Olympic Opening Ceremony.
Theres a great reason for it if it seems like nations are walking out in a strange or unconventional order.
This years Country Order for Olympic Opening Ceremony festivities will go according to the Japanese alphabet. So while the order might appear unusual to countries all over the world anticipating alphabetic order to go according to what they follow, there will instead require to be some conversation of the Japanese alphabet to understand when your nation will be making its storied walk around the Olympic Stadium.
If youre questioning when Team USA will make its walk, it will take place toward completion of the Opening Ceremony flag walk. While the Japanese alphabet varies from the English-language version, the order of nations is also structured around former host countries.
Japanese alphabet in English.
Theres no one-to-one translation of each English-langue letter in the Japanese alphabet.

TOKYO, JAPAN – JULY 23: Flag bearers Andrea Carolina Vargas and Ian Sancho Chinchila of Team Costa Rica lead their team out during the Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium on July 23, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images).
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With the Tokyo Olympics finally underway, what is the country order for Olympic Opening event to be hung on Friday?
The wait is finally over, as the Tokyo Olympics are lastly underway.