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PikyoK

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About PikyoK

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    Ceremonies, Stadiums, Torches, Cauldrons, Mascots, Olympism, music, art, 2D/3D animation, world culture.

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  1. It's a shame that such a great work of art could be forgotten.
  2. Perhaps. But I think MIKIKO's idea was so extravagant that it could possibly cause a lot of the Japanese public and fans of vidya and anime to become furious at TOCOG and the ceremonies team that they didn't keep that idea or modify it to make the production suitable for these current circumstances, especially if the ceremony storyline on July 23rd will be completely different from the one originally planned.
  3. It doesn't have to cost much. TOCOG and MIKIKO could do what Dimitris Papaioannou did for the 2004 Athens OC and develop 3D simuations or animations of segements.
  4. I just thought that would be a great idea given that we are 4 months away from the Opening Ceremony and if people think that Covid and disputes between members of the Tokyo Organising Committee influenced the actual Opening Ceremony in July, at least people can have a look at what the Opening Ceremony would have looked like if it were held as normal (as if covid and disputes never happened).
  5. I think what MIKIKO had in mind was spectacular. From reading the pages on the website, I found that the creative and artistic direction was so hypnotic and vibrant. I believe that it lacked some sort of unique exploration of Japanese culture that non-Japanese may not be familiar with. It is such a shame that the ceremonies are left in a dangerous position after a messy turn of events as I was looking forward to seeing what Japan could offer. I do have an idea on how MIKIKO can get their Opening Ceremony plans to see the light of day. How about they hire a 3D film animator to develop the
  6. Having watched the behind the scenes overview of the Sydney 2000 Opening Ceremony, I actually liked the design of the stadium back then compared to now. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/50/44/ea/5044ea68a0bb29db59037f3a937652cc.png
  7. http://www.soccer365.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/euro16-mascot-FP.jpg Maybe someone inspired off of the UEFA Euro 2016 Championship mascot, Super Victor.
  8. With all the hype, I'm actually looking forward to the Olympics next year.
  9. https://tokyo2020.org/jp/games/ceremony/interview/ This is actually a very good site. Make sure to translate the page in English. This site gives an impression of the Tokyo 2020 Ceremonies through the interviews of the directors and producers.
  10. Hello everyone. Long-time, no see. So, with a year out until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Do you think that Japan and Tokyo will reference or present their unique anime and video game culture, i.e Sonic, Mario, Pokemon, Studio Ghibli etc.?
  11. Well, according to the Stockholm Åre 2026 website, the team 'will return to Sweden and reflect on this result – whilst taking the positive collaborative forces with us to other future sports initiatives. We will come back in due time to the issue of future bids'. This could mean that they may bid for future Summer or Winter Olympic bids. I hope they are successful in the next Olympic bid soon.
  12. Well, I'm looking forward to Milan 2026. I would have liked Stockholm to win but there's always 2030 or 2034.
  13. I would like Stockholm to host in 2026. Only because Sweden hasn't hosted an Olympic event since 1956 if you count the equestrian events and they have a low budget and reasonable and positive impact on Sweden.
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