Tōkyō Olympics 2020 – something is moving!

Eine deutsche Version dieses Artikels finden Sie hier.
A German version of this posting you can find here.

Tōkyō National Stadium (東京国立競技場) (2 Jan. 2017)

Since the International Olympic Committee has decided that the summer Olympics and Paralympics of 2020 shall be held in Tōkyō, there have been repeated postings about Olympic locations in Japan’s capital during the course of the last few years.

Tōkyō Olympics 2020 vs. 1964 (国立競技場)
– Wo neue Großartigkeit entstehen soll, muss alte weichen

Tōkyō Olympics 2020 vs. 1964 (Olympiapark Komazawa / 駒沢オリンピック公園)
– 1964 der letzte Schrei – aber noch lange kein altes Eisen

Tōkyō Olympics 2020 vs. Kasumigaoka Appartements
– Und der Gewinner ist….?

And even just a bit more than a year ago, the place of the old olympic stadium wasn’t much more of a “great void”:

Alea iacta est – Tōkyō Olympics 2020
– From the great void to the big lesson…

However, in the meantime things are moving at the old/new construction site. Preparatory work for the erection of the new Olympic Stadium for the summer games of 2020 has reached a point, that changes in the terrain become visible to the bare eye – and it all happens in a fairly short period of time. Have a closer look (click to enlarge) at the two panoramic views below, captured in March 2017 and April 2017 – and compare them with the panorama see above, captured in January 2017!

Tōkyō National Stadium (東京国立競技場) (4 Mar. 2017)

Tōkyō National Stadium (東京国立競技場) (19 Apr. 2017)

Tōkyō National Stadium (東京国立競技場) (11 May 2017)

Tōkyō National Stadium (東京国立競技場) (9 June 2017)

Tōkyō Nationalstadion (東京国立競技場) (15 July 2017)

Tōkyō National Stadium (東京国立競技場) (3 August 2017)

Let’s be surprised how the new stadium will develop over the next two years!

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