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Arts and Culture festivals sent out by people with disabilities Triggered by the 2020 Tokyo Games and Japan Expo Cultural Arts Festival for the Disabled

Barrier-free services

/ To ensure everyone can participate

The Cultural Arts Festival for People with Disabilities is an effort to ensure that everyone, regardless of disability, can enjoy the festival.
On the day of the event, a welcome center will be set up to support visitors' stay and viewing of the event, and each program will have a sign language interpreter and other information.

From a place of regrettable memories to a place for all to enjoy

Wheelchair seats in movie theaters are often located at the end of the front row, which makes your neck hurt while watching.
Barrier-free films are only shown in a limited number of places and at limited times.
They were even asked to leave in the middle of a concert because of a full house.
In Japan, theaters and movie theaters are often "places of regret" for people with disabilities.

The IPC (International Paralympic Committee) states that "access is a human right" and calls for "all people to have the same experience and the same level of service" regardless of their disability. Accessibility and rational consideration are essential for this. This will make theaters and movie theaters open to all and provide the same experience and the same level of enjoyment for all.
It is said that the issue of disability is a barometer of a country's wealth. The commitment to rational consideration in culture and the arts is nothing short of an effort to truly enrich the culture of this country. I sincerely hope that this will take root in the legacy of TOKYO 2020.

Certified NPO DPI Japan Conference Koji Ogami

Supervisor: Authorized NPO DPI Japan Conference

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