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Five Ways To Get Into The Olympic Spirit
It’s time to gather your friends and family and get comfy because the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2021 have officially arrived
Published 22 July

While we may not be able to travel to Tokyo to support the incredible Canberrans participating at the Olympic and Paralympic Games, who says we can’t do it from the comfort of our couch?

It’s time to gather your family and friends and get comfy because the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2021 have officially arrived - and we are going to show you five simple sure-fire ways to get the whole family into the Olympic spirit!

1. Amp Up The Athleisurewear

Let the athletes do the hard work while we get comfy in front of the big screen in these incredibly chic and comfy activewear pieces from in centre. 

Not only have Sportscraft designed the Australian Olympic uniform, but they have released an incredible range of luxe athleisure wear. Sportscraft.Olympic

If you are after something a bit bolder maybe Sass & Bide is for you. Whether you’re watching the Olympics or heading out to Sunday brunch, this fit will keep you on top of your fashion game. 

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For key winter athleisure trends see HERE

 

2. Fuel Up On Snacks

You can’t watch the Olympics without snacks, so you might as well embrace the festivities and make them Olympic themed. Top of your list needs to be the delicious yet simple Popcorn Olympic Torch.

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Simply pop your popcorn of choice and serve them in ice-cream cones to turn them into mini Olympic torches. Also, a quick tip – add some M&M’s to the cones! These will definitely be a hit with the kids. 

 

3. Get Creative With Cocktails
This one is for the adults! (who says kids get to have all the fun?) A Japanese inspired cocktail is a must for games viewing. This cocktail is called Tōji Moon and is inspired by the winter solstice, known in Japan as tōji:

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This cocktail combines the snowy appearance of winter and the velvety texture of Nogori sake – we’ll take two! You can find the recipe HERE
 

4. Embrace Winning Homewares

Nothing says Olympics like the medal colours gold, silver and bronze. Embrace the metallic style and add statement pieces to your home. 

Do you want to be on the top of the podium? Then gold is for you! Introducing gold pieces like this stylish Georg Jensen Cobra Candle set from David Jones helps bring a luxurious feel to your space. 

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Nothing says chic like silver accent pieces in your abode. Myer ranges beautiful silver homewares like this stunning silver Heritage Table Clock to enhance your living area or bedroom. 

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Bronze is a favourite for a reason, paired with some warm reds and royal blues this will transform your home into the perfect winter escape. If you’re wanting to incorporate a touch of bronze, allow us to suggest this antique-style bronze bathroom set from Bed Bath N' Table.

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5. Japanese Food – Yes please!


Just because we can’t travel, doesn’t mean we can’t get our authentic Japanese food fix, and there are so many delicious Japanese retailers at Canberra Centre. Purchase some delicious take away dishes to perfectly complement your Olympic viewing or plan a special night out. 

A classic family favourite option is to order a selection of delicious fresh sushi. You’ll find a wide range of sushi retailers to pick from in centre including Sushi Sushi, Hero Sushi, or Sushi MusaSushi.Sushi.3

 

After a healthy bowl of delicious Japanese food, Hanaichi is the perfect spot! Our favourite item is the delicious and warming Katsu curry – who can say no?Hanaichi.3

 

The Japanese food on offer at INKA is sure to satisfy your cravings. INKA is a truly transformative food experience that specialises in modern Japanese and Peruvian fusion, with Michelin chef Michael Muir leading the kitchen. With standout menu item the 5+ Wagyu Chargrilled Ranger Valley Sirloin one you don’t want to miss.

 

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