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Red Sox sign Japanese star outfielder on base: report

Boston Red Sox found their complement in the field overseas as they quickly signed Japan’s Masataka Yoshida just a day after he was posted to the Orix Buffaloes. Yoshida’s deal is valued at $90 million over five years, and since Oryx’s fee is $15.4 million, Boston’s total payout for the 29-year-old outfielder is about $105.4

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Korea and Italy beat the Japanese at the Tokyo Grand Slam

final day Tokyo Grand Slam saw the spiritual house of judo adopt eight more amazing judo categories. Category up to 48 kg In the 48kg category, Kano Miyaki continued Japan’s dominance from day one, defeating her compatriot Rina Tatsukawa with a decisive waza-ari result. Member of the IOC and President of the International Gymnastics Federation.

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Japanese super-submarine Ritsu Doan intends to sink Croatia

Doha – World Cup Super Vice Ritsu Doan believes the strength of the Japanese bench could prove decisive as it prepares to face 2018 finalists Croatia in the round of 16 on Monday. The Freiburg forward played a crucial role as a substitute in Qatar, equalizing Japan’s shock victories over Germany and Spain to help

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Japanese cannibal who walked free dies at 73

Issey Sagawa japanese killer Known as the “Kobe Cannibal”, who killed and ate a Dutch student but never went to jail, has died at the age of 73. Sagawa died of pneumonia on November 24 and was buried with only his relatives, without any public ceremony, his younger brother and friend said in a statement.

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Japanese cabinet backs bill to tighten rules on religious donations

Japanese government on Thursday approved a bill tightening rules on religious donations after scrutiny of controversial Unification Church fundraising practices. Allegations that the church is forcing followers to donate huge sums were debated in parliament after former prime minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated by a man enraged by the sect’s alleged practices. Prime Minister Fumio

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Japanese lawmakers create group to promote cricket

Japanese lawmakers on Wednesday celebrated the launch of a nonpartisan cricket promotion group, which has a minor presence in the country. The group is led by Toshimitsu Motegi, general secretary of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. His constituency in Sano, Tochigi Prefecture is home to the Japan Cricket Association. “They say there are 300 million

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