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History of the Future

掲載日:2019年4月1日更新

April 20, 2019: One of Japan's hubs for soccer, J-Village, is fully restored.

After the nuclear power plant accident, the area around J-Village changed. Its pitch, once the pride of Japan, became a frontline base of operations for dealing with the disaster, and its turf was trampled by vehicles and the construction of housing.

"J-Village will come to symbolize Fukushima's revival"
After some long years, dreams and a love of sports have rewound the stopped clock here.

With every step people make to recover from the disaster and nuclear accident, they carefully and earnestly push forward a soccer ball to the future.

- Featuring -
TO-RU, Freestyle Footballer
Everyone at the J-Village Sports Club
The staff of J-Village

- URLs -
J-Village: https://www.j-village.jp/
Japan's first national training center for soccer.
After the nuclear power plant accident, it served the area as a staging grounds for recovery. The torch relay for the 2020 Olympics will start here.

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