According to a business spokesman, the automaker will not be releasing any commercials similar to the Tokyo Game titles, deciding on instead to operate its “frequent” advertisements in Japan.
The agent, Hideaki Honma, emphasised Monday that the business was not “canceling” any Olympics-relevant commercials, indicating that none have been planned in the initially spot.
Asked about Toyota’s final decision in the course of a press convention Monday, Tokyo 2020 spokesman Masa Takaya mentioned he “wasn’t mindful” of the news.
But he acknowledged that Olympic sponsors “need to have been struggling to assist” the Game titles this year, notably amid “combined community sentiment.”
“In that regard, there have to be a decision by each individual corporation in terms of … how they should really be able to convey their messages to general public audiences from [their] very own company [perspectives],” he informed reporters.