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New website takes Tokyo 2020 to the next digital step

The new site delivers more information about preparations for the Games and the Olympic and Paralympic Movements. 09 Feb 2016
Aerial view of the Tokyo Skytree

Aerial view of the Tokyo Skytree.

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By Tokyo 2020

The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee on Tuesday (9 February) unveiled its new official website that will become the primary platform for all interested in the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The website can be found at

It has been re-engineered to deliver more information about the preparations for the 2020 Games, about the Olympic and Paralympic Movements, as well as the sports and venues.

Adapted for a diverse array of platforms and devices, it fulfils the needs of this digital and mobile era in a user-friendly manner. Available in three languages - French, English and Japanese - the new website allows users to directly share their interests with others on social media. It also features a new ‘Get Involved’ section to engage people from across Japan and the world in the creation and delivery of the Games.

The website also reflects Tokyo 2020’s commitment to accessibility by being optimised for a wide range of impairments and offering universally-accessible contents. It aims to comply with the AA class of the 2010 version of the Japanese Industrial Standard JIS X 8341-3, developed by Japan’s Web Accessibility Infrastructure Committee.