If you are the one who has opted for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 tickets, then there’s good news, with the Tokyo Olympics Ticket Designs has been unveiled on Wednesday by the Japanese Para-canoeist Monika Seryu Tokyo at the special event attended by many other Paralympian guests from abroad and hosting country.
The second wave for the Paralympics ticket sales, began with the official release of the ticket design, here on Wednesday. This time, the Tokyo Olympics Organisers unveiled a total of 59 Olympic Tickets and 29 Paralympics Ticket designs for the competition events. The tickets for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 games are available for sale since May 2019 to the buyer, where a total of 4.48 million had been sold so far. The Tokyo Olympic games ticket comes with attractive features and designs having a sports pictogram that corresponds to the specific sports discipline, also a venue pictogram and will highlight the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem color-coded according to the venue and hosting city of that particular event.
The appearance of the ticket design focuses on the look as well as the visual identity of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics Games. The color scheme of the design mainly reflects the hosting city of Japan’s four seasons.
The following Four Colors represents its unique characteristics
- Kurenai: Kurenai states the color red, known as the symbolic color of Japan. It is a color of celebrations and occasions.
- Ai: Ai states blue color, which also represents Japan globally. The Tokyo 2020 emblem is also categorized under the ai color.
- Fuji: Fuji states purple color. The purple color is popular since ancient times as the color of a beautiful Japanese flower.
- Matsuba: Matsuba states green color, also known as pine needle green color. This color too most prominently used for celebratory occasions in Japan.
USA Silver medallist Para- archer Matt Stutzman and Japanese canoeist Monika Seryu expressed their views on the ticket design “I was at the venue earlier this week, and I believe that purple definitely matches everything and makes it feel very zen. That’s what archery is all about. I think that the spectators are going to watch archery, watch basically the impossible. That is, people with physical disabilities, such as myself, or even me without any arms, performing at the highest level competition. I would like everyone to see that I put it all out on the field and I am trying my hardest no matter what.” Stutzman said. Seryu said “the ticket for canoeing was attractive because it reminds people of the canoeing venue, which is surrounded by green trees”
Tokyo 2020 spokesperson Masa Takaya said “ We are very proud of the design of the Tokyo 2020 tickets, embodying as it does Japanese traditions and skills, and we hope they will please both Japanese and international spectators at the Tokyo 2020 games. These tickets will not just be the door-opener to the venues for them, they will become memorabilia that they will cherish long after the Games come to an end.”
Tokyo Olympics organizing committee has also organized the Tokyo 2020 ticket design exhibition, which is open to the public free of charge.