The Tokyo 2020 Mascots have finally debut on 22 July! Please come and meet us at our Mascots' House in Tokyo Hibiya Midtown! ©Tokyo 2020The Tokyo 2020 Mascots have finally debut on 22 July! Please come and meet us at our Mascots' House in Tokyo Hibiya Midtown! ©Tokyo 2020

Opening of Tokyo 2020
Mascot House

The mascots for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 were chosen elementary school children all over Japan.
We have set up a Mascot House at the 1st floor Atrium of Tokyo Midtown Hibiya so that people can meet and interact with the Tokyo 2020 mascots.
It's only place where everyone can meet the mascots during the summer holidays. "Let's meet MIRAITOWA and SOMEITY at the Tokyo 2020 Mascot House!".
Originally from the digital world, Miraitowa and Someity now reside in the Mascot house.
To reflect traditional characteristics and a love of nature, a Japanese external appearance has been incorporated.

What to do at the Tokyo 2020 Mascot House

In the Mascot House, people can take photos with mascots as well as pictures of themselves participating in some of the sports. Photos taken in Mascot House can be shared directly on various social media platforms.
Let’s create summer holidays memories with with the Tokyo 2020 mascots Miraitowa and Someity.

Mascot House event Calendar

Check events that are being held at the Mascot House

Mascot House event Calendar (PDF:266KB)

Tokyo Midtown Hibiya 1st floor at the Atrium
Access to the Mascot House

Tokyo 2020 Mascots

For the first time in the history of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Games mascots were chosen by elementary school children’s voting. The Tokyo 2020 mascots were born from the energy of all the children’s excitement.
The mascots live in the digital world, and they can move between the digital world and the real world freely by using the internet.

The mascots were chosen by the
elementary school children’s voting.

Tokyo 2020 Games mascots are the first mascots in the Olympic and Paralympic Games history that were chosen exclusively by elementary school children. 16,769 elementary schools participated in the voting, including Japanese schools outside of Japan.
The mascots will start to work passionately towards the Tokyo 2020 Games.