EXHIBITION OF TOKYO ’64 OLYMPIC DESIGN IN LONDON
For those with an interest in Olympic design and history, Japan House London is showing Tokyo 1964: Designing Tomorrow, which explore the revolutionary cultural and design legacy behind the historic Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games.
The exhibition shares stories and artefacts never seen before in the UK. The 1964 Olympic Games was Japan’s first, large-scale engagement globally after World War II, showcasing Japanese creativity and design thinking across the globe, from pictograms to the new Shinkansen bullet trains and hi-tech infrastructure.
The exhibition is open until 7 November in Kensington, London.