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A view of the Japan team lounge.Taken from Twitter

Japan’s cleanliness culture has already amazed the world in the Football World Cup, and it’s the same in other sports. In the just-concluded World Baseball Classic, there was a picture of Shohei Otani discussing in the rest area, but there was no garbage on the floor, even PET bottles. No, the outside world is amazed.

Missoula PaddleHeads (Missoula PaddleHeads) coach Michael Schlact posted a photo on Twitter. Shohei Otani and his translator Ippei Mizuhara are sitting on the bench, but there is no garbage on the floor in front of them. “Shouldn’t we take a moment to compliment how clean the Japanese dugout is?” Slater said.

In baseball games, it is normal for players to have garbage on the ground in the rest area. The most commonly seen are melon seed shells that have been eaten everywhere, and there will also be scattered plastic bottles on the ground. It is no wonder that Slater was so surprised when he saw this scene. Some fans praised “this is the most respectable culture on earth.”

For the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Japanese team left the player’s locker room spotlessly clean. They would also leave “Thank you” written in Japanese and local languages, as well as several paper cranes. This behavior also caused heated discussions at the time. .

There is no rubbish in the Japanese team’s dugout at the Classic:

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