Japan’s Olympic security balancing act: Few are satisfied


              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, second from left, lessons during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, center, reacts during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato gives an instruction during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, second from left, lessons during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, center, reacts during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato gives an instruction during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, second from left, lessons during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, center, reacts during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato gives an instruction during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, second from left, lessons during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, center, reacts during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato gives an instruction during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, second from left, lessons during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato, center, reacts during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato gives an instruction during practicing in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Fencing instructor Hiroshi Kato speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo on June 21, 2021. Kato said he worries that he’ll lose even more business than he did during the coronavirus pandemic because he’s been ordered to move from the building where he works across from the main Olympics stadium from July 1 to Sep. 19, for unspecified security reasons. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Chairs are numbered in the holding area for foreign visitors at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              A foreign visitor waits in the holding area to take a COVID-19 test at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              A health reporting app called OCHA is shown on a smartphone on July 13, 2021, in Tokyo. Struggling businesses forced to temporarily shut down around Olympics venues. Olympic visitors ordered to install invasive apps and allow GPS tracking. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              The Olympics rings stand outside the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              A foreign visitor looks at his smartphone as a plane approaches the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
            
              Foreign visitors wait in the holding area to take a COVID-19 test at the Narita International Airport on July 10, 2021, in Narita, near Tokyo. Japan’s massive security apparatus for the upcoming Summer Olympics is raising complaints that the nation, during the weeks of the Games, will look more like authoritarian North Korea or China than one of the world’s most powerful, vibrant democracies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)