Japan chose the symbols of the Olympic and Paralympic games in 2020

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Japan chose the symbols of the Olympic and Paralympic games in Tokyo 2020, the voting results were announced live. The names of strange creatures will give in the summer.

A symbol of the Olympics was the creature in blue and white squares with the same pattern on the emblem of the Tokyo games. His strong character traits such as merge old and new, to respect and to repeat the old and seek the new.

Symbol Paralimpijsky games has become a creature in a raincoat in pink and white cage, his head decorated with cherry blossoms. According to the designer, it is «antenna from Sakura», thanks to which the being possesses supernatural powers.

The final selection of three pairs of symbols were provided to primary school pupils from 16 thousand schools throughout Japan. Just in the selection of symbols was attended by 200 thousand classes of younger students. According to the organizers, this is the most transparent method that a priori removes any suspicion of bias.

Japan chose the symbols of the Olympic and Paralympic games in 2020© AFP 2018 / Toru YAMANAKAМОК appreciated the efforts of the organizing Committee for the Olympic games of 2020 to reduce rashodov December 2017 after the organizing Committee has selected three pairs of the most likable contenders to become symbols of the upcoming games, they were sent to Japanese school. The winners were a pair who scored more than 109 thousand votes — more than 50% of the total voting classes.

As expected, the symbol names will be announced in the summer.

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