The Olympic flame has been largely hidden since the Tokyo Games were postponed until next year due to the pandemic, but it's going on display in Tokyo. Yoshiro Mori, the president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee unveiled the flame at a small ceremony on Monday. The flame which arrived in Japan from Greece in March, will be displayed from Tuesday at the new Japan Olympic Museum for at least the next two months. Visitors would need a reservation to enter the museum, which is just a short walk from the new National Stadium where it was supposed to be burning a month ago. Though The Olympics are set to open on July 23, 2021, but with the Covid-19 situation still out of hands, it's fate remains uncertain.