Douglas Erber

Japan America Society of Southern California

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TV broadcasters told Japanese audiences to be inspired by their team.

Japanese Win at Women's World Cup a Tonic for Wounded Country

TV broadcasters told Japanese audiences to be inspired by their team.

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