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Gov't to ease limits on attendance at large-scale events

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a big chunk of large-scale events involve internationals , and they’re still out of the picture, so this headline is a false dawn as of today

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If only the Tokyo Olympics were held a few months later in autumn like so many JT commenters proposed. We could have had comfortable sunny afternoon highs around 20 C, full venues, greater domestic economic activity, and even marathons through Tokyo — still without visiting foreign spectators, but a much more positive experience throughout.

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Capitalism is more important than human lives in Japan???

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a big chunk of large-scale events involve internationals

have you been to an event in Tokyo? All packed out by locals. False dawn? I think not!

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Did they?

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Banzai!!

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Banzai!!

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Banzai!!!

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Good also for the tourism industry . Intra Japan and soon visitors from abroad

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Perhaps the steady decrease is because they haven’t had large crowds at sporting events and concerts.

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Will that include Sumo at the Fukuoka Kokusai Center in Kyushu for the upcoming Sumo tournament in November ?

It will be nice to see more fans attending.

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"The conditions may include requiring spectators to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test, the sources said."

The discrimination begins...

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