It is known that in non-archimedean world there is also a GAGA-functor from the category of $K$-schemes of locally finite type to the category of rigid $K$-spaces. Here $K$ is a field with a non-trivial non-archimedean absolute value. Given a scheme $X$, we call the resulting rigid space $X^{an}$ a *rigid analytification*.

For example, the rigid analytification of the affine scheme $\mathbb A_K^n$ is given by the admissible covering $\mathbb A_K^{n,an}=\cup_{k\ge 0} \mathrm{Sp} T_n(r^k)$ for some fixed $r>1$. Here for any $s>1$ we denote $T_n(s)=K\langle s^{-1}x_1, \dots, s^{-1} x_k\rangle$.

On the other hand another example we often encounter is the $n$-torus $\mathbb G_m^{n,an}$ where $\mathbb G_m^n=\mathrm{Spec} K[x_1^\pm, \dots, x_n^\pm]$. My question is that:

Is there is a similar explicit description of the analytification $\mathbb G_m^{n,an}$?

Naively I guess the building blocks should look like $\mathrm{Sp} K \langle s^{-1}x_1, sx_1^{-1}, \dots, s^{-1}x_n, sx_n^{-1} \rangle$ or $\mathrm{Sp} K \langle s^{-1}x_1, s^{-1} x_1^{-1}, \dots, s^{-1}x_n, s^{-1} x_n^{-1} \rangle$. Which one is right? Or is there a better way to explain?