The Tokyo Olympics have started, and we’re hearing about the exciting games every day.
At Eight Nest Share House, residents from various countries are cheering on their home countries as they watch TV.
For example, on the day of the opening ceremony, they would sit in front of the TV and wait for their home country to appear.
The photo shows the moment of Lithuania’s entrance.
There were residents who waited in front of the TV until their home country appeared on the stage.
Sometimes it is complicated for those who are from countries that are playing against Japan, but there are those who cheer for both.
Unfortunately, there were no spectators at the Olympics this time, but this created a situation where everyone could watch the games together at home and share the fun and excitement.
Even if it’s not a Japanese game, if your roommate’s country of origin makes an appearance, it’s a big deal.
The excitement continues until September 5, when the Paralympics will be held.
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