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      Rugby World: Tattooed in Japan

      2019-09-20T09:14:46.082Z

      The Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan. One year before the start of the competition, the organizers asked the players and their supporters to hide their tattoos in public in order to avoid shocking. The All Blacks, who have a lot of fans in Japan, are among the teams that have announced their intention to comply with this injunction. In Japan, tattoos are traditionally associated with the infamous yakuza, the Japanese underworld, which causes fear among the local population. They are therefore generally prohibited in swimming pools, gymnasiums and hot springs. They are badly seen in public. But with the arrival of players and rugby fans from around the world, Japan shyly decides to open to drawings on skin. What are the changes brought by the World Cup in this country that expects to receive a large number of visitors tattooed? Travel to the country of forbidden tattoos.


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      Source: france24

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