The Tokyo Marathon is one of the six World Marathon Majors, alongside races in Boston, New York, Chicago, London, and Berlin. Held annually in Tokyo, Japan, it typically takes place in late February or early March. The marathon attracts over 30,000 participants, including a mix of elite athletes and recreational runners from around the world. The course is renowned for its flat terrain, making it conducive to fast times, and it takes runners on a scenic tour of the city, passing through numerous iconic landmarks such as the Tokyo Tower, Asakusa district, and the Imperial Palace. The event is celebrated for its excellent organization, enthusiastic volunteer support, and the lively atmosphere created by spectators lining the streets. The Tokyo Marathon has grown in popularity since its inception in 2007, becoming a bucket-list race for many due to its vibrant course and the opportunity to experience Japanese culture.