Japan unveils G7 logo and webpage

The Japanese government are getting ready for their G7 Summit and have released the Summit logo to go along with their website, Twitter account and other social media to share the plans and outcomes of the Summit.

The new logo was the winning submission from a student design competition and represents the flag of Japan, the cherry blossom season and the blue seas surrounding the Summit venue. For more information on the design go here.

President Abe, while breaking with tradition and not announcing the official 2016 agenda at Davos, has put together a video introducing the Ise-Shima Summit.

Here is all the information if you want to follow the official G7 process:

Website:  http://www.japan.go.jp/g7/index.html


@G7 – this appears to be the official G7 twitter handle passed between presidencies
 – this is President Abe’s Twitter handle
@JPN_PMO – the Prime Minister’s Office of Japan’s Twitter handle.

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/JapanGov – this is the main site of the Japanese government.