Mini-trampoline sales jump as Japan looks to stay active


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"It gets stressful when you stay at home for too long," Hirota said. "I want parents and children to have fun bouncing and overcome physical activity barriers."

Just go for a walk?

There aren’t any restrictions on that...

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I wouldn't want to be in an apartment downstairs from this!

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We got ours a few weeks ago, and the kids are very happy, some good daily exercise. We live in a house so no issue with the neighbors, but it is not that noise, the kids scream much louder anyways

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I'm 188cm (6'2)...and live in an apartment. What could possibly go wrong?!

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It's Xebio, not Zebio...

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And the next new topic will be how so many kids during the stay at home quasi order have neck, head and spinal injuries.

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I wouldn't want to be in an apartment downstairs from this!

That's the first thing that came to my mind too!!!

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Trampoline? In Japanese apartments? I don´t really see how that works.... sounds like lots of broken furniture and bruises to me.

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Just don't stick it on the balcony if you're in a high rise block of flats!

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