The second Tokyo 2020 Paralympic ticket lottery for Japanese residents will run between January 15 and 29, organisers have confirmed.
It will be the final ballot for fans in the host nation hoping to snap up tickets for this year's Games.
It was revealed last month that there had been record interest for tickets during the first lottery phase, when 3.1 million were requested in August and September.
Only 2.3 million tickets are available for the entire Paralympics and just 600,000 were allocated.
The 3.1 million figure was also three times higher than the number of tickets requested during the same period before London 2012, widely considered the best Paralympics ever due to the number of sold out venues.
International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons has predicted that Tokyo 2020 will be a sell-out, with another 600,000 tickets available in the second lottery.
Organisers said that the second lottery would be the best chance for Japanese people to secure their seats, with tickets available in every sport.
Ticket prices for the Paralympics, between August 25 and September 6, range from ¥900 (£6.40/$8.30/€7.40) to a maximum ¥7,000 (£50/$64.50/€58).
They can be requested through the lottery on the official Tokyo 2020 website.
Those who are not successful this time can still take part in a first come, first served process in the spring, but this will also be open to international fans.
People overseas must currently apply for tickets through their country's Authorised Ticket Resellers.
To mark the start of the second lottery on January 15, Tokyo 2020 will hold a media event which will include the unveiling of the ticket design.