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IOC dismisses Tokyo logo dispute

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They probably should have suggested Tokyo change the design. From now on whenever you see the thing it's just going to remind you of Japan's lack of originality and creativity in the face of a Games they promised would instead showcase how innovative and advanced they are (if they can get the second plans decided and the stadium built).

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The whole problem with this logo is that it doesn't feel Japanese at all. All other countries tag their unique style to the Olympic logo design

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Megumi Shakti: "The whole problem with this logo is that it doesn't feel Japanese at all. All other countries tag their unique style to the Olympic logo design"

That's what happens when you copy another nation's work.

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Oh my god people!! Stop hatin!!! God talk sound so white when u do. It's their decision not urs! What has any of ur countries contributed to the games if ur countries had them? Huh? Leave the damn logo alone!!! I'm glad they didn't do something unique to their country. Like yall say above, "all other countries tag their unique style to the Olympic logo design" OR "They probably should of suggested Tokyo to change the design", AT LEADT THEY ARE ORGINAL AND BOT COPYCATS LIKE EVERY OTER DAMN COUNTRY THAT DID THE DESIGN IN THEIR OWN COUNTRIES FEEL OR WHATEVER UR SAYING. Japan, I think, is the first country to not do what everyone else has done. Their brave enough to go completely different and being different and unique is what Japan is all about! :) so JAPAN: KEEP GOING STRONG AND IGNORE THE HATERS! Ur better then they are.????????????????????

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Honestly, the logo looks awful, and boring. Disjointed pieces, etc...

Come on.

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