Olympics (see also 'Sports', 'Festivals')
- Koizumi Gunji, 1885-1965: Judo Master
- Sir Francis Rundall: Ambassador to Japan, 1963-67
- The British Part in the Tokyo Olympic Games 1964
Author: Bowen, Richard
Koizumi Gunji (1885-1965) played an important role in the spread and practise of judo in Britain. This essay details his long journey across the world to America, and then back to Britain as well as his importance as a practitioner of judo.
Author: Cortazzi, Hugh
Concerning Sir Francis Rundall's (1908-1987) time as ambassador to Japan overseeing the confrontation between Indonesia and Malaysia in 1963, the Olympic games in 1964 and the British Exhibition at Harumi in 1965.
Author: Ellingworth, Dick, and Francis Rundall
Dick Ellingworth, First Secretary and Olympic Attaché at the Embassy from 1963 recalls the state of Japan at this time, and the Embassy's role in the Tokyo Olympics.