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Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Ticket Designs Unveiled

(from left to right) Paralympians Monika Seryu, Matt Stutzman and Japanese comedian Ryota Yamasato hold the tickets for the Tokyo 2020 Games
Photo: ©Tokyo 2020

The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) on January 15 unveiled the designs of the tickets for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Each ticket features a sport pictogram that corresponds to the specific discipline, a venue pictogram, the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, and is color-coded according to the venue and the city hosting the ticketed event.

A total of 59 Olympic tickets and 25 Paralympic ticket designs for all competition events were unveiled. Expected to be delivered in May, each ticket features a sport pictogram that corresponds to the specific discipline, a venue pictogram, the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, and is colour-coded according to the venue and the city hosting the event.

 It is inspired by the three types of rectangular shapes that form the Tokyo 2020 Emblems and the Japanese technique known as kasane no irome, a colour scheme used in the creation of fabrics used for kimonos during the Heian Period (794-1185).

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