The Tokyo Olympics, which was postponed for one year, finally opened successfully.
But the most exciting thing about this Olympics is not the opening ceremony itself, but the Tokyo Olympics Tucao.
Some people say that this is the most inexistent Olympic Games in history, and some people say that this is the Olympic Games with the most strange news.
For example, those incomprehensible performances at the opening ceremony can directly send people away.
There is also this giant floating balloon with a human face, which adds a weird atmosphere to the entire Olympic Games.
In addition to the severe spraying of the opening ceremony performance, there is another big slot in this Tokyo Olympics: the Olympic Village where the athletes stay.
There are beds made of hard paper shells, mattresses made of foam, four or five contestants share a toilet, the athlete’s head accidentally touches the bathroom ceiling, the dormitory does not provide facilities such as refrigerators and TVs, and washing machines are not enough…
As a “community” specially built for Olympic athletes to live in, the Olympic Village in Tokyo this time seems somewhat shabby.
Some people say that it is because Japan is really picky, and some people say it is because of the epidemic. Let’s talk with us today, what is behind the designs that have been complained about in the Tokyo Olympic Village.
First of all, the cardboard bed was the worst complaint in this Olympics.
It is called “the most stingy bed in the history of the human Olympic Games.”
Yes, the whole bed you see is like a cardboard made of cardboard.
From the headboard to the bed frame, everything is made of cardboard, like a courier box that has just been opened.
Not only is it made of cardboard, but it’s also very small. The player’s bed is 90 cm wide, 200 cm long, and 40 cm high. It seems to be telling you that if it is too small, you can bear it.
Although it looks small and rudimentary, I feel that I will fall asleep if I am not careful. Many netizens complain about it.
But behind this bed is a well-known Japanese home furnishing company spent a year of research and design, but it looks thin and light, in fact, stronger than wood.
The Japanese organizing committee also came out to refute the rumors. This cardboard bed has passed the 200kg pressure test.
Even the most heavyweight judo athlete in the Olympic Games with a weight of about 180 kilograms is completely able to bear it.
A gymnast from another country also posted a video to refute the rumors. He made 6 very intense beatings on the bed, and the bed was still intact.
But our country’s weightlifter Li Wenwen posted a video to make it clear: I don’t sleep on the bed, I just sleep on the floor! So no problem!
Not only the bed frame, but the mattress is also the place to be complained. Some athletes directly took a video to tease, OMG, the mattress in the Olympic Village is actually made of foam!
The material of the mattress is environmental protection material, all made of polyethylene material.
One is that it is easy to clean, and stains can be washed away with water.
The second is that after considering the different hardness of the shoulder, waist, and feet, the mattress can be adjusted in softness.
Today I watched a daily video of the Olympic Village taken by a Chinese badminton player. I specifically mentioned the design of the mattress. There is something similar to the manual at the head of the bed.
For example, if a swimmer has an inverted triangle shape, the upper part of the mattress will be softer, and the waist of a judo player will be heavier, so the middle part of the mattress will be harder, reflecting the Japanese attention to details and design. human nature.
As for why the cardboard and polyethylene materials are used, the cardboard bed frame is because it is convenient to transport and assemble , it can save labor costs, and it is not easy to be injured even if it is hit.
Secondly, considering environmental factors, these materials can be recycled again after the Olympics.
In the future, all of these cardboards will be reused in the production of paper products, and the polyethylene material of the mattress will be used to make new plastics.
It is user-friendly, easy to move and install, and can be recycled. This is the reason why a cardboard bed was made for the Tokyo Olympics.
Another big advantage is that it reduces intimacy in the park, and at the same time reduces the use of plastic protective equipment. This is not another kind of environmental protection, you know.
Not only a bed, the Tokyo Olympics everywhere embodies the Japanese concept of environmental protection and sustainability.
In fact, at the beginning of the preparations for the Olympic Games, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee announced that it would build the most environmentally friendly Olympic Games in history.
The Olympic Village Square, which serves as a social place for the players, the entire building frame is made of 4,000 wooden boards.
These wooden boards were “borrowed” from 47 local governments in Japan, representing the support for the Olympics from all over Japan.
The origin of each piece of wood is marked, and after the Olympics, these woods will have to be “returned”.
With a special Olympic flag returned back to the local governments in Japan for the next park bench or school school school built homes.
I don’t know if you watched the opening ceremony the night before. The Olympic rings that rise slowly are also made of wood. Although they are ugly or plain, they are actually used for quick recycling.
Not only that, the medals for the Tokyo Olympics are cast from recycled metal donated by the public from used mobile phones and electrical appliances.
Since April 2017, they have collected about 78,985 tons of small household appliances and 6.21 million old mobile phones, and made full use of new technologies to extract nearly 32 kilograms of pure gold, 3,500 kilograms of pure silver, and 2,200 kilograms of pure copper. Used in the production of Olympic medals.
Even the podium for the Tokyo Olympics is made of 24.5 tons of waste household plastic.
This is also the first time in the history of the Olympic and Paralympic Games that the public participated in the collection of waste plastics to make a podium.
Tokyo Olympics -fire torch hand when the Olympic torch passed wore white T-shirt and pants by Coca-Cola made the collection of recycled plastic bottles.
During the torch relay, some areas used hydrogen as the fuel for the torch. This is the first time in the history of the Olympic Games that the main torch uses a fuel that does not emit carbon dioxide.
The 5,632 houses of the Tokyo Olympics all use a fuel cell that uses hydrogen energy. More than 100 hydrogen-powered unmanned electric vehicles are deployed in the Olympic Village.
Commercial facilities in the Olympic Village block also use pure hydrogen fuel cells. This is the first time that Japan has promoted the use of hydrogen energy on a large scale in a new block.
From cardboard beds, to podiums, torches, full use of hydrogen energy… everything can be recycled instead of being discarded after being used once.
Including the Olympic Village where the athletes live, they will be sold as commercial houses in the future.
So this is also the reason why the dormitory in this Olympic Village feels simple or uncomfortable. It was originally built for ordinary people to live in.
The Tokyo Olympic Village consists of 21 apartment buildings with 14-18 floors, with a total of 3,800 suites, which can accommodate up to 18,000 people.
This place, called Qinghaiqi, was used by Tokyo developers as an Olympic village during the Olympics to provide lodging for athletes.
After the Olympics this year, these athletes’ apartments will be used as housing as planned and delivered to the owners who have already purchased the Olympic Village apartments for residential use.
From the beginning, it was not specially made for a certain group of people at a specific time, but a house built by Japanese developers for ordinary owners.
The location of the Tokyo Olympic Village is also very good. It is located in the Harumi Seaside area of Japan, with the Harumi flag facing the sea. Some rooms are ocean-view rooms. It is about 2.5km from Ginza Station and 3.3km from Tokyo Station in the center of Tokyo.
In order to flexibly use these houses after the Olympics, the Japanese government cooperated with 11 developers including Mitsui Fudosan to implement the Harumi Banner plan.
After the Tokyo Olympics, the developer plans to remove the partitions, bathrooms, floors and other facilities set up for the Olympics after the Games, and build three additional apartments to be sold in the high-end residential model of newly-built houses. Part of the houses have already been sold.
Perhaps in the future, this community will use the Tokyo Olympic Games athletes as a marketing highlight.
For example, the room where the famous basketball player James once lived. This is the place where the famous tennis player Djokovic used to take a bath…etc. The remaining houses in the Olympic Village were sold or rented out.
Most of the apartment prices are about 53,000 per square meter. The current price of the central housing price in the area is about 65,000 per square meter. In the same area, the Olympic Village is cheaper than the apartments in the best part of the city center.
In addition, commercial facilities and parks will be built nearby to provide hydrogen energy for residences, etc., which will be built into environmentally friendly residential areas in the future.
Rather than saying that the Tokyo Olympic Village is a supporting venue for Tokyo 2020, it is better to say that it is actually an ordinary residence built by a Japanese developer.
For all countries, the Olympics is definitely a good business.
Not only can earn a lot of money sponsorship, you can drive the economy, with a dynamic tourism , stimulate consumption and so on can also earn commercial television fees, ticket sales have nearly $ 1 billion.
There are reasons why the Tokyo Olympics are so stingy.
Because this is the most money-burning Summer Olympics in history. Last year, it was revealed that the total budget of the Olympic Games was 1.6 trillion yen, exceeding the highest record of US$14.96 billion set by the 2012 London Olympics and becoming the most expensive Summer Olympics in history.
Originally, this Olympic Games was expected to bring a lot of economic income to Japan. According to a report cited by Kyodo News in 2013, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is expected to promote Japan’s economic growth by 0.5 % .
Huge costs have been invested, but the 2020 epidemic has poured cold water.
More than 97% of the games in this Olympic Games will be held empty, and athletes can only face the empty stadium competition.
This means that the ticket revenue of about 90 billion yen for the entire Olympic Games has been directly wiped out, which is almost a loss of 5.75 billion yuan.
The losses caused by many empty games go far beyond the ticket revenue, but also the consumption of over 90% of the participants and the surrounding consumption of the Tokyo Olympics and a large amount of tourism consumption.
Coupled with the various expenses for the one-year postponement, the total loss of this Tokyo Olympics will reach 145 billion yuan.
There is no doubt that this is definitely a difficult Olympic Games to be held amidst the ups and downs, and it is not easy to successfully hold it.
The above is the text, from Qiao Busi
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