FYI: Here’s What Life Is Like For Athletes Inside Tokyo’s Olympic Village



Its opening delayed one year along with the actual Games, the Tokyo Olympic Village is essentially a constructed peninsula, with the Tokyo Bay surrounding three sides, in Tokyo’s Harumi waterfront district.

Olympic and Paralympic athletes staying in the Village for the postponed Olympics are set for a housing experience that differs compared to past Games, as pandemic precautions will alter traditions that typically take place inside the Village.

Gone from the Tokyo Olympics is the possibility for athletes from different countries to share a meal — athletes have been instructed to eat alone, and clear plastic dividers add another level of separation.

It’s unlikely we’ll hear stories of legendary parties inside the Village, a guarantee once athletes finish their events — athletes are encouraged to stay away from crowds.

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