Paintings drawn by para sports athletes presented to the Prime Minister November 12, 18:27
Prior to next year's Tokyo Paralympics, Prime Minister Abe told the enthusiasm that he would like to make a tournament where the feeling of dynamism would be given by a collaboratively-produced painting by artists with disabilities and Parasport athletes who are active in Yamaguchi Prefecture. It was.
Prime Minister Abe met with Nozomi Tokuhara, an autistic artist active in Yamaguchi Prefecture, on the 12th, and Yuki Yamauchi, who is aiming to participate in the Tokyo Paralympics in a shooting competition. Was donated.
The paintings were created in collaboration with locals to make the Paralympics lively, and the Fugu of Yamaguchi specialty and Tsunoshima Ohashi, a tourist destination, are drawn in various colors.
Mr. Tokuhara said, "I drew Yamaguchi's famous thing. Many athletes are active in Yamaguchi Prefecture."
In response, Prime Minister Abe expressed his enthusiasm, “The Paralympic Games started in Tokyo in 1964. I want to make the tournament full of excitement next year.”
The painting will be displayed in the Prime Minister's official residence.