These cheerleaders are dancing at a muted barLocation: Tokyo, JapanCheers One bar has been strugglingdue to the health crisis and a spectator-less Olympics(SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) OWNER OF “CHEERS ONE”, ARATA FUNABARA, SAYING:"It's a hassle for our customers to go through these measures, and they're not as lively with these plastic boards in front of them. I think it's a problem for them."Owner Arata Funabara says monthly revenue is down 85% (SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) OWNER OF “CHEERS ONE”, ARATA FUNABARA, SAYING:“I don't know if we can survive, we are in a difficult situation. But we just need to look ahead and work hard.”But one regular actually enjoys having the bar to himself(SOUNDBITE) (English) 27-YEAR-OLD CUSTOMER, DAICHI, SAYING:“They said I can watch the Olympics so I came here to watch it. Also, because we are in a difficult situation, not many customers are here, which means I can have the place all to myself. I mainly come here during weekdays when there are fewer customers. So, like today, I came here on a weekday to order a drink and relax."