Following the conclusion of the global event later this month, Japan has unveiled plans to recycle its pavilion building in Expo 2020 Dubai.
Yabunaka Iko, General Secretary of the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, expressed his appreciation to the organizers of the exhibition in the United Arab Emirates and their role in improving the work of organizing the next edition in Osaka, Kansas, Japan.
He confirmed that the building of the Japan Pavilion will be recycled again after the completion of Expo 2020 Dubai.
During a press conference at the Expo Media Center, the pavilion of his country participated in the exhibition celebrating Japanese traditions, highlighting the long history of cultural harmony between Japan and the Middle East, whose architecture was first created in different corners of the division, according to the Emirates News Agency.
Regarding the preparations for Expo 2025 Osaka, he said that there are only 3 years left and the Japan Pavilion team has already visited all the pavilions of the world participating in Expo 2020 Dubai to ensure that they have adequate information. We are confident about the products they need to make for 2025, and that the challenges are still real time short.
Commenting on the use of the building for the pavilion after the Expo 2020 Dubai concludes, the General Secretary of the Japanese Pavilion said: “We will begin the removal process after the expo, as we have already planned for 6. A one-month temporary exhibition for the pavilion, we created it with as many reusable and recyclable materials as possible.
He continued, “So we will remove the steel bars, use all the materials that best support the building, and hope it can be kept as a legacy somewhere in our gallery, but we’re not sure yet, but we hope we will preserve it. The legacy of some areas is a great memory for many.”
“The last six months have attracted enthusiastic fans, celebrities, delegates and celebrities from all over the world,” he added.
He continued: “Expo 2020 Dubai supported Japan’s global communications efforts, highlighting current global issues through a personalized tour focusing on culture and advanced technology for guests, matching the pavilion’s theme of ‘Where Ideas Meet’ and the global environment facing the environment. The role of action and collective action.
“I would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Expo 2020 Dubai for the wonderful hospitality we have all seen at this World Expo,” he said.
He continued: “Their overwhelming support is exceptional and the pilot tour through our booth helped guests learn about the role of technology, people and ideas in achieving global goals. Make sure. ” Integrated “.
He added, “In 3 more years, the world will be participating in Expo 2025 in Yomshima, Osaka, Kansai – Japan. As a platform, the collected ideas submitted by the guests of the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will be collected to participate in the vision of our future society. Next World Exhibition. ”
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