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Sports 2005-2006 | Archives | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
Trends in Japan Archives Strength In Numbers Clothes that Keep You Fit 600 Million Yen Baby Grappling for the Top Spot Keeping Mountains Clean Dreaming of Germany The Arakawa Effect Trainer to the Ch

Sports 2005-2006 | Archives | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
Trends in Japan Archives Strength In Numbers Clothes that Keep You Fit 600 Million Yen Baby Grappling for the Top Spot Keeping Mountains Clean Dreaming of Germany The Arakawa Effect Trainer to the Ch

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95-96 | 97-98 | 99-00 | 01-02 | 03-04 | 05-07 | Trends in Japan > Memory Lane > Sports > 05-07 Memory Lane Sports BORN TO RUN BORN TO RUN BORN TO RUN (March 23, 2007) On February 18, 2007, the inau

Sports - Explore Japan - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan
Many different sports are played in Japan. Traditional martial arts like judo and kendo are popular, as are sports imported from overseas, such as baseball and soccer (football). Many Japanese go to the sea for surfing and scuba diving in the summer, while skiing and snowboarding are popular winter pursuits.

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Trends in Japan | Web Japan Olympic Glory Martial-Arts Superstar Dies Ticket Frenzy Kicks Off Dreaming of Gold Record Rush Triumph at Suzuka On the Rebound Kicking Around Play Ball! The Road to 2002

Sports 1999-2000 | Archives | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
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Sports 1999-2000 | Archives | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
Trends in Japan Archives Olympic Glory Martial-Arts Superstar Dies Ticket Frenzy Kicks Off Dreaming of Gold Record Rush Triumph at Suzuka On the Rebound Kicking Around Play Ball! The Road to 2002 A D

99-00 | Sports | Memory Lane | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
In recent years athletes from Japan - the home of traditional martial arts like karate and kendo - have making their mark in all kinds of disciplines, including Major League Baseball and top European soccer leagues. Read about their exploits here.

Sports 1997-1998 | Archives | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
Trends in Japan Archives Japan's Marathon Queens World-Class Coaching No Holds Barred Boys of Summer Big Brothers Athletes out of Work Play Ball! See You in France Japan's Outdoor Craze This site us

Sports 1997-1998 | Archives | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
Trends in Japan Archives Japan's Marathon Queens World-Class Coaching No Holds Barred Boys of Summer Big Brothers Athletes out of Work Play Ball! See You in France Japan's Outdoor Craze This site us

Football - What's Cool in Japan - Archives - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan
Which sport do you think is the most popular among Japanese kids? Sumo? Baseball? Basketball? All of these sports are popular, but the number-one favorite among kids from elementary through high school is football.

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Trends in Japan | Web Japan Japan's Marathon Queens World-Class Coaching No Holds Barred Boys of Summer Big Brothers Athletes out of Work Play Ball! See You in France Japan's Outdoor Craze This site

97-98 | Sports | Memory Lane | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
In recent years athletes from Japan - the home of traditional martial arts like karate and kendo - have making their mark in all kinds of disciplines, including Major League Baseball and top European soccer leagues. Read about their exploits here.

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