- January 29 2017
- 0 Comment(s)
It’s been known for variety of years currently that the 2020 Olympic Games are set to be held in Japan. The Olympics being a decent platform for the host country to show off its culture, Japan has chosen to show off its culture by creating Dragon Ball Z‘s Son Goku as a ambassador.
Dragon Ball and its sequel series are one of the longest-running and known of the numerous, several manga's and anime shows that have pop out of Japan. With its most up-to-date series, Dragon Ball Super, having recently been dubbed into English once beginning in 2015, Goku is perhaps one amongst the most effective decisions for an ambassador for Japan that might be used for the Olympics, particularly since he’s most likely one of the foremost dedicated athletes in Japan’s manga scene (since he spends an over sized a part of his life training in martial arts) - no one works harder than Goku!
Goku as an alternative 2020 Olympic ambassador is a extremely well-like and supported in the anime international community. Like Naruto Uzumaki from the series Naruto, Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece, Sailor Moon from the eponymous series, and Astro Boy, all time-honored Japanese animated characters.
The 2020 Olympics are the primary time that Japan will be hosting the Games in over sixty years, with the last time the country hosted being back in 1964. Originally the 1940 Olympics were alleged to be hosted in Japanese capital.
So, if you intend on watching the Olympic Games in three years from now, lookout for a few of your favorite anime characters in the meantime!
To celebrate the chosen Olympic ambassadors we have released a bunch of free items. a Goku Necklace, Luffy Wanted Poster, Naruto frog Wallet, Pikachu Necklace, AOT Survey Corps Necklace along with a Fairy Tail Light up Necklace and L Key Chain