Yesterday was my appointment to pick up my Tokyo 2020 Olympics credentials and uniform. The location was at the former south wing of the Hotel Okura in Kamayacho on the Hibiya Line.
We weren’t allowed to take pictures inside, but the extremely careful corona prevention procedures were impressive. Not only temperature checking and disinfecting and social distancing, but lots of shielding and wearing gloves, plus everybody had reserve times to come so you weren’t close to anybody at any time. It was huge gigantic empty halls and roped passages
I thought I was a volunteer for both the Olympics and Paralympics, but apparently according to my assigned schedule it’s just the main Olympics.
They were very careful in checking IDs, and after receiving my credentials, and making sure it scanned, I followed a trail of pathways to pick up all my uniform items and other accessories, one Station at a time.
Anyway, things are still up in the air. The decision as to whether domestic spectators will be allowed to view the events is going to be made next month. Spectators from overseas are already prohibited. It may not go forward at all. But at least I have some nice momentos.