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The USA has baseball and Canada has ice hockey. But what is the national sport of Japan? Sumo wrestling! Japan is the only country where sumo fights are held professionally. The sport dates back to ancient times and to this day has preserved many
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With 37.8 million residents, Tokyo is the single largest metropolitan area on this earth. It is often said that big cities offer something for everyone, and Tokyo is perhaps the world’s most exemplary city in this regard. Characterized by a distinc
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As the globe's most populous city, Tokyo, Japan is a world leader in commerce, technology, and culture. Japan has one of the world's strongest economies and has positioned itself as an international culture hub by hosting massive events like the 2020
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Cities granted the prestigious opportunity to host the Summer Games often use the international attention as a chance to debut impressive technology. When Tokyo first hosted the Games in 1964, they wowed the world with the Shinkansen Bullet Train, wh
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If any city on the planet resembles last-century fictional representations of the future, Tokyo is it. A sprawling metropolis? Check. Tokyo is the world's most populous city (with more than 38 million residents in the metropolitan area) and its se
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Today marks the halfway point of the 2017 IAAF World Championships in track and field, currently underway in London, England. Bucket List Events wanted to share a few thoughts about the competition thus far. Get up, Stand Up We have to give cre
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Hosting the Summer or Winter Games is one of the most prestigious honors and responsibilities a nation and city can take on. With more than 10,000 athletes and 500,000 foreign travelers estimated to attend the 2020 games in Tokyo, officials in the wo
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