The Tokyo Organising Committee has unveiled the Tokyo 2020 Official Art Posters, which feature a diverse array of local and international artwork about the Olympic and Paralympic Games. A total of 20 artworks will be on display including those from Iwaki Supporting Ambassador and calligrapher Kanazawa Shoko, manga artist Naoki Urasawa, and photographer and film director Ninagawa Mika. (12 Olympic-themed, 8 Paralympic-themed, and 1 explanatory poster)

For details, please visit: https://tokyo2020.org/ja/games/games-artposter/
(Tokyo Organising Committee Homepage “Tokyo 2020 Official Art Posters”)

On Monday, 4 January, 200 days before the opening of the Olympic Games, the exhibition will begin its display in the west wing of the Fukushima Government, 2nd floor, Kenmin Hall. Come by and check it out!

■ Exhibition period and venue
・Period: Monday, 4 January - Friday, 29 January, (8:30AM - 5:15PM)
*Closed on weekends and holidays
・Venue: Fukushima Prefectural Government Building, west wing, 2nd floor, Kenmin Hall corridor

■ On 20 March, the exhibition will begin its display at Toho Minna no Bunka Center (Fukushima Prefectural Cultural Center)
・Period: Saturday, 20 March – Sunday, 28 March (8:30AM – 7:00PM)
*Closed on Monday, 22 March
・Venue: Fukushima Prefectural Cultural Center, Renaissance Square

■ Notes when viewing:
・Feel free to take photos and post them on social media for your personal enjoyment.
・To prevent the spread of COVID-19, please wear a mask, maintain social distancing, and avoid the three C’s (closed spaces, crowded places, and close-contact settings) as much as possible. In addition, please refrain from visiting if you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms such as a fever, coughing, or sneezing.