Organizers and official associates of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games ramped up decorations in parts of the city and held events at Haneda airport on Tuesday, one day before Japan starts the one-year countdown to the initial of the games.
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In a mission dubbed “Nihonbashi City Dressing,” Olympic organizers and major real estate designer Mitsui Fudosan Co. decorated the streets of the business and commercial district with flags, draperies and enormous posters of the Tokyo Olympic logo and athletes likely to compete in the games.
Pieces of art depicting the Tokyo Olympic rings and swimming athletes were installed on street corners, while giant posters of Japan’s promising Olympic athletes, including competition climber Miho Nonaka, were splashed across glass windows of business buildings. Electronic billboards also played promotional videos of the Olympic 2020 Games.
The decorations, which will stay up until Aug. 25, aim to build enthusiasm by turning the perfect area into a model of a giant ground. Decorations around the Tokyo Olympic venue and throughout the city are expected to start around spring next year.
“These decorations are good. I’m getting more and more excited for the start of the Olympics,” said a 76-year-old man who was in the area with his young grandchild. In contrast, a 40-year-old designer expressed a less positive view.
Japan Airlines Co. unveiled at Haneda airport the new uniforms that cabin crew, pilots and ground staff will sport from next April. The cabin squad’s uniform, designed by inspired director Yasutoshi Ezumi, will feature balloon sleeves. The carrier also announced plans to upgrade self-check-in kiosks and other facilities at Haneda and other major Japanese airports from Tokyo Olympic, to create a smoother traveling experience during the Olympic 2020 Games.
Attendees of Tuesday’s event included Japanese high jumper Naoto Tobe and 100-meter sprinter Anna Doi, amongst other top Olympic contenders belonging to the JAL club. Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic mascots, Miraitowa and Someity, also made an entrance.
The carrier also declared plans to advancement self-check-in kiosks and other accommodations at Haneda and other major Japanese airports from Tokyo Olympic, to create a smoother traveling experience during the Olympic 2020 Games.
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