The Olympic Mascot is the fox that jumps out from Japanese fairy tales. The Olympic Mascot has Magatama patterns decorated on it.
The Mascot is very athletic and moves very fast. It is also very friendly and a great leader. It cheers and excites athletes and spectators along with the spirit of the wind.
The Paralympic Mascot is a racoon from Japanese fairy tales that uses the leaf on its head and transforms its shape. The Mascot is usually relaxed, but also very athletic, and cheers up people around it.
It cheers and excites the athletes and spectators along with the spirit of the forest.
The Olympic Mascot and Paralympic Mascot both have Japan’s popular red and white colours, and Mizuhikiribbons as part of their look. They are good friends and they understand each other very well, and often encourage each other.