A magazine to shake up the future with Para sports.


A magazine to shake up the future with Para sports. GO Journal




  • Wouldn’t it be great if being different could be more normal?
  • That’s how it should be, but we still have a long way to go.
  • It’s the differences that make the world such an interesting and
    beautiful place.
  • Awesome! Cool!
    It’s as simple as that.
  • Heading toward 2020 and beyond,
    if this magazine changes mindsets,
    I’ll be delighted.
  • After all, these guys really are cool.

GO Journal
Creative Director


Photographer・Film Director

Mika Ninagawa has been accredited with numerous photography awards including the most authoritative award Kimura Ihei Photography Award in Japan. She is not only a photographer but also created various movie works. In 2007, she directed her first film SAKURAN to start off her career as a film director. Her retrospective solo exhibition in 2008 Mika Ninagawa: Earthly Flowers, Heavenly Colors toured art museums throughout Japan and attracted over 180,000 visitors. In 2010, the artist published her photo book MIKA NINAGAWA with Rizzoli N.Y.. Her second film Helter Skelter was released in 2012 and has recorded more than 2.2 billion Japanese yen at the box office. In 2014, she was appointed as one of the executive board members for the 2020 Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Official site | http://www.ninamika.com


GO Journal is a magazine where the excitement of Para-sports, the efforts of Para-athletes (the exertions of Para-athletes/the spirit of Para-athletes) and the culture converge. It aims to burst the bottleneck of prejudice against watching Para-sports—that the disabled are pitiable, and their sports unfamiliar and dull—and trigger actions by every individual to promote an inclusive society post 2020.

Nippon Foundation Paralympic Support Center