Aug.3 3:00 p.m. Fieldwork around the National Stadium What’s going on with traffic regulations, security,
Fieldwork around the National Stadium What’s going on with traffic regulations, security, surveillance, etc. Let’s walk and see! Interpreter will not be with us.
Gathering: 3:00 p.m. Sendagaya Station
Guide: Mr. Masazumi Atsumi (No Olympics in Tokyo Net)
Course (about 2 hours)
(1) Sendagaya Station → (2) Yoyogi Hospital: “Stop the Olympics and focus on vaccines” (3) Main Street Shopping Arcade → (4) Hatomori Shrine Intersection → (5) Senjuin Intersection → (6) In front of Victor → (7) Kasumigaoka Intersection → (8) JOC New Hall → (9) Kasumigaoka Intersection → (10) Kannonbashi Intersection → (11) Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Intersection → (12) Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium West Intersection → (13) Sendagaya Station Intersection → (14) National Stadium Yoyogi Gate Area → (15) National Stadium Station → (16) Sendagaya Station
A total of 60,000 police officers and 8,500 Self-Defense Forces troops will be mobilized to provide strict security for the Olympics.
Policemen patrol the streets all over the city, blocking roads and restricting traffic, interfering with the daily lives of the surrounding residents.
Guided by Atsumi, we will have a “bra-atsumi” of the actual situation around the National Stadium to find out what is going on with the strict security system for the Olympics. It will be a hot day, but please join us.