when PM of Japan dressed up as Super Mario
With athletes and spectators exhausted, the closing ceremony for Rio2016 were passing off as expected …
Even Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe emerged from the green tube giant dressed up as character costumes for Super Mario video game,
one of the well-known Japanese exports.
and hosted the next Olympics will take full advantage of the icons and sassy Japanese pop culture.
to the public in Rio Mario running excitedly around Tokyo
and then jump to his famous green piping.
Cue green tube slow rise in Rio with a curved shape
such as Mario perched on top.
Japan’s prime minister,
not known for its performances extrovert
and pop culture references, emerges wearing uniforms and Super Mario doffs his hat to the enthusiastic crowds,
then put on fire and social media.
Some were quick to point out that Abe was clear that the star of the show, overshadowing the newly elected municipal chairman in Tokyo, Yuriko Koike,
who was in the audience waving the Olympic flag and wearing kimonos.
Super Mario is a fictional character in the Mario franchise video game very popular created by Nintendo.
Brave Italian plumber famous red hat and blue overalls,
has appeared in dozens of video games,
to become the biggest selling video game franchise in the world of all time.And what can we look forward to in Tokyo?
Mario is not the only pop culture icon in attendance.
Doraemon, and character animation with the famous magic pocket from which he can withdraw the tools of the future,
and also appeared in the video preview, along with the cat’s mouth less, hello kitty.
1. Please be Studio Ghibli help guide the opening ceremony?
There were calls for the studio Japan’s most famous film, Studio Ghibli,
known for her tales of fantasy and animation unusual to have a role in the opening ceremony.
There were Pokemon characters not in the ceremony – about the only one who has not appeared in the last few weeks the place – but this did not prevent people from suggesting that it could become a sport within four years.
3. Is Tokyo2020 that works entirely by robots?
Many of the volunteers put in a robot to staff the Olympics,
or at least the celebrations requests to employ robots as performers.
with people apparently excited and pleased by the PM of cosplay in a guest appearance.
Some even felt the need to mark the occasion once-in-a lifetime with caffeine.
Others, however, were not as impressed,
with one commenting that the event was “nothing compared” to Queen Elizabeth played a Bond girl in the Olympic Games in London 2012 opening ceremony.
Although it has made an appearance Abe form of positive coverage for the Games of Tokyo, which has suffered from controversy. He accused Tokyo of plagiarising Olympic motto initial 2020, and that changed at the end of the day, and canceled the original stadium designed by architect Zaha Hadid because of escalating costs.
But at the moment, it seems a lot of people put bad propaganda aside, and their minds are expected to be blown away by any Tokyo planned within four years.
And unveiled a large message to read the main square