The Japanese capital will be hosting a Summer edition for the second time, after the Games in 1964 that radically transformed the country. The Games of the modern era will be “the most innovative ever organized, and will rest on three fundamental principles to transform the world:
-Striving for your personal best (achieving your personal best)
-Accepting one another (unity in diversity)
-Passing on a legacy for the future (connecting to tomorrow)
Preparations are underway for the world’s largest and more spectacular ceremonies the world has ever seen.
The Organising Committee of the Summer Games established a “Basic Policy” that defines the approach to the ceremony production, based on a summary of the aspects we wish to communicate in order to highlight the appeal of Japan and Tokyo to the world.
Some of those aspects are Peace, Coexistence, Reconstruction, Future, athletes, and others, all to create a once-in-a-lifetime, exciting and exhilarating experience providing the spectators with ceremonies that will live on in the memories.