The Games Organizing Committee, which has been responsible for the preparation and management of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, was dissolved on the 30th.

The true value of the tournament, which has been questioned as it should be, such as using a huge amount of public funds and having different pros and cons, will be questioned depending on how the lessons can be left.

The Organizing Committee of the Tokyo Organizing Committee, which was established in 2014, is in charge of preparation and management in the face of a one-year postponement due to the influence of the new coronavirus and the situation that most of the venues are unattended, and when the Games were held last year, it was about. 7,000 employees have been assigned to work, but on the 30th, they disbanded after more than eight years of activity.

Chairman Hashimoto, who gave a greeting of the dissolution, said to the staff, "We have overcome it while thinking about how to preserve the significance and value of the tournament for posterity. We would like to express our sincere gratitude."

In addition, Secretary-General Muto, who has been the top secretary-general since its inception, said, "The Tokyo tournament was completely different from what we initially expected, but the" Tokyo model "is a simple tournament. I was able to present it. I have to wait for the evaluation of history to see how it will be evaluated, but I am happy and proud to be able to work on a historic business. "

The Tokyo tournament cost 1,423.8 billion yen, of which 55%, or 783.4 billion yen, was invested in a huge public fund, and the people's pros and cons for holding it in Korona-ka are divided. I kept being asked.

On the other hand, there were also results such as simplification of the tournament, know-how of management in Korona-ka, and the attention to the symbiotic society by the Paralympics.

The Olympic and Paralympic Games held in Tokyo for the first time in 57 years will be challenged by how the lessons can be preserved in the future.