Tokyo 2020 Olympics Intro
Japan's intro at the Rio Olympics Closing Ceremony gets us 'Super' excited for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Video not playing in your country? Try this link
As the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil came to a close, it was time for the Olympic torch to start making its way toward the site of the next Summer Games: Tokyo, Japan.
Following Olympic custom, the Japanese Olympic committee staged a theatrical introduction to their upcoming Games.
Japan's impressive intro video - featuring some of the country's top athletes and pop culture icons - was topped off by prime minister Shinzo Abe, who transformed himself into the
beloved video game character, Mario, and took a "warp pipe" to the Rio de Janeiro stadium,
holding a glowing red ball, which symbolized the red sun in the center of the Japanese flag.
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