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And our final story comes from the sports desk. And this is where I wish I had some of that that fancy exciting sports music coming over me, but I don't have that. So just pretend it's there. This one's about Japan's two, two one victory over Colombia in their opening World Cup match in Russia, which delighted fans all over Japan who gathered in huge numbers to watch the game on large outdoor screens, including a very large one outside of Tokyo dome. Many supporters, the majority the worse for wear after a boozy evening, glued to the screens kept on celebrating after the game finished at around eleven pm, Japan time while still managing to keep their eyes on the clock. So they could check if they could make it home on their last trains. Hundreds of fans spilled out into the iconic scramble crossing in Tokyo's trendy Sibi district to chant soccer songs as the revelry continued as many exuberance supporters. We've. In and out of the cars police perched on vans with loudspeakers politely urged them to obey the traffic lights, and everyone did next up for Japan is Senegal with that game taking place early on a Monday morning. This time makes me wonder how many people are going to be late for work that day and what kind of excuse they have and will they be singing it when they waltz into the office. And it's nice to have some good comments to reader you bardy rights nice to have something to celebrate as a country. Here's hoping it continues. And that was followed up by Gumbo Japan. And by the way, Gombadi means good luck or hanging there, or you can do it. Gumby Japan wrote, Japan is famous for heavy drinking to celebrate big victories. It's the culture here, but never any fights looting or overturned cars. So it's all for fun. I think about Japan must be from Vancouver because I remember a few riots overturned. Ars after one of the Stanley Cup finals recently. And there you go. That's a quick recap of the news from Japan this week. Thanks to the Japan today editors for curated all the stories and to Japan, radio personality, commissar Mekong for production assistance. More importantly as always thanks to you, all of our readers and listeners and commenters out there. You can find links to all of the news mentioned in this podcast and the show notes. And