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WATCH: Three Japanese soccer pros take on 100 kids at once, because of course

Despite being vastly outnumbered, the pros still came away victorious CBSSports.com Soccer Headlines

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Charlotte Gainsbourg confirms European and Japanese shows

Charlotte Gainsbourg, who recently released her new album ‘Rest’ to widespread critical acclaim, has announced a string of European and Japanese shows in early 2018. Music News RSS feed

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Two Japanese Pokémon Go Players Defeat A Legendary Pokémon On Their Own

Two Japanese Pokémon Go Players Defeat A Legendary Pokémon On Their Own

Legendary Pokémon are not meant to be fought alone. They are meant to be slowly chipped away at by a large crowd of people and slowly succumb to the weight of the Pokémon trainers desperate to take it down. Youtube user boushinshi ...

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Japanese robot cheerleaders show off their moves

Japanese robot cheerleaders show off their moves

They don’t get upset when dropped from the team, never forget a routine and never stress about diet and as great they are to watch and as social media-friendly as their performances are, Murata’s Cheerleaders also demonstrate a significant technological ...

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Japanese joggers run wild, prompting politeness warning

Japanese joggers run wild, prompting politeness warning

YOSHIKAZU TSUNO Japanese joggers are being warned to mind their manners when they run around the Imperial Palace in central Tokyo. Japanese joggers are being warned to mind their manners when they run around the Imperial Palace in central Tokyo, ...

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Japanese maglev train begins public testing, buzzes peaceful countryside at 313 mph

Japanese maglev train begins public testing, buzzes peaceful countryside at 313 mph

The longest, largest, and fastest maglev train in the world, situated at the Yamanashi test track in Japan, has restarted public testing. The test track has recently been extended to 42.8 kilometers (26.5 miles), allowing for a five-car prototype train ...

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