A magazine to shake up the future with Para sports.


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




  • The spiritual strength
    of para athletes is the essence
    of human power and a source
    of inspiration for all of us.
  • Their resilience makes
    their bodies shine.
  • I wanted to capture their aura
    with an approach that focused
    on their strength and beauty.
  • Having had the pleasure
    of witnessing this first-hand,
    I’d now like to share
    it with others.

GO Journal
Creative Director


Mika Ninagawa
Photographer / Film director

Mika Ninagawa has been accredited numerous awards including the Kimura Ihei Photography Award and directed the movie “Sakuran” (2007), “Helter Skelter” (2012), “Diner” (2019) and “No Longer Human” (2019). In 2020, her first original drama for Netflix, Followers has been released. Her 2008 retrospective exhibition, Mika Ninagawa: Earthly Flowers, Heavenly Colors opened at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery and toured several museums throughout Japan. In 2010, Rizzoli New York published her first international monograph, MIKA NINAGAWA. In 2016, solo exhibition at Taipei MOCA marked a new record for the museum with nearly 130,000 visitors. Since 2018, her traveling exhibition, MIKA NINAGAWA Into Fiction/Reality has been held in Japan.
Official site | https://mikaninagawa.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 a diversity and inclusion(D&I)society through sports.

The Nippon Foundation Parasports Support Center