Japan first sent athletes to the Summer Olympics in 1912 (Stockholm). Two Japanese athletes competed in athletics. Neither won a medal.
Japan's first Olympics was the 1912 Summer Games in Stockholm where they had two athletes competing. 1) Shizo Kanakuri competed in men's marathon. 2) Yahiko Mishima competed in men's 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash, and 400 meter dash. Neither athlete won a medal.
1912 Summer Games in Stockholm. Japan was represented in athletics by two athletes (Shizo Kanakuri, Yahiko Mishima) at the 1912 Games. Neither won a medal.
No, Japan has never competed in the Commonwealth Games and are not a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Japan,Jamaica and Jordan
The 22nd Summer Olympics were hosted by Moscow in 1980. The games commenced on the 19th of July and finished on the 3rd of August. 80 countries represented by 5,217 competitors competed in 21 sports and 204 events. The games were boycotted by Japan, USA and West Germany.
Japan sent 350 athletes to compete in the 2008 Games.
328 ... 270 men and 58 women.
Did Japan sponsor the summer or winter games
Japan has 293 athletes in 24 sports and is not represented in basketball and handball at the Games.