Tokyo 2020 Unveils the Emblems of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Tokyo 2020 Unveils the Emblems of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games Symbolising the Power of the World Coming Together as One
Tokyo, 24 July 2015 – The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee today held an event to unveil the official emblems of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Tokyo 2020’s Games Vision was further manifested as the emblems capture its core essence.
When the world comes together for Tokyo 2020, we will experience the joy of uniting as one team. By accepting everyone in the world as equals, we will learn the full meaning of coming together as one.
The Tokyo 2020 emblems were created to symbolise the power of this unity.
The black colour of the central column represents diversity, the combination of all colours. The shape of the circle represents an inclusive world in which everyone accepts each other. The red of the circle represents the power of every beating heart.
These elements combine to create the emblems of both the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic emblem is inspired by the T in
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic emblem is inspired by = the universal sign of equality. 2020 is almost here.
Let’s unite in the spirit of these emblems to stage an Olympic and Paralympic Games for a better world and a brighter future.
Read more on the official website of Tokyo 2020!