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May 11, 2009
Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama walks past meditating trainees...
Chigasaki, Japan
Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama walks past meditating trainees...
Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama walks past meditating trainees at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Meditation is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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May 11, 2009
Japanese men meditate as part of a training at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management in...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Japanese men meditate as part of a training at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Meditation is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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May 11, 2009
Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama walks past meditating trainees...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama walks past meditating trainees at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Meditation is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) FOR BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE: ALSO SEE GM1E6150XPJ01
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May 11, 2009
Noriko Miyagawa, a trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management, takes part in a practice...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Noriko Miyagawa, a trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management, takes part in a practice session of the Japanese martial art of Kendo at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management take part in a practice session of the...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management take part in a practice session of the Japanese martial art of Kendo at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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May 11, 2009
Kazuhiro Furuyama, director of the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management, enters a room next...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Kazuhiro Furuyama, director of the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management, enters a room next to a picture of the founder Konosuke Matsushita at the institution in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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May 11, 2009
Hodaka Maruyama, a trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management, takes part in a Japanese...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Hodaka Maruyama, a trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Goverment and Management, takes part in a Japanese martial art of Kendo practice at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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May 11, 2009
Shinichi Tomiyama, a trainee of the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, sits at his desk...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Shinichi Tomiyama, a trainee of the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, sits at his desk in his dormitory room at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of the Japanese martial art of Kendo at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS SPORT)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of the Japanese martial art of Kendo at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS SPORT)
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May 11, 2009
Toshiaki Tsumagari (L) and Hirokatsu Takahashi, trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Toshiaki Tsumagari (L) and Hirokatsu Takahashi, trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, work on their project at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
A trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management wears a mask during a Japanese martial...
Chigasaki, Japan
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A trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management wears a mask during a Japanese martial art of Kendo practice at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS SPORT)
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May 11, 2009
Matsushita Institute of Government and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama slaps the shoulder of...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Matsushita Institute of Government and Management's director Kazuhiro Furuyama slaps the shoulder of a trainee during a meditation session at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Meditation is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. T To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management read newspapers at a lounge at the...
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management read newspapers at a lounge at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Noriko Maruyama, a trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, pours a tea during...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Noriko Maruyama, a trainee at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, pours a tea during lunch time at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Shinichi Tomiyama, a trainee of the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, sits at his desk...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Shinichi Tomiyama, a trainee of the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, sits at his desk in his dormitory room at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a discussion session at...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a discussion session at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of the Japanese martial art of Kendo at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS SPORT)
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May 11, 2009
Matsushita Institute of Government and Management's trainees meditate at the institute in Chigasaki,...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Matsushita Institute of Government and Management's trainees meditate at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Meditation is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 11, 2009
Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of...
Chigasaki, Japan
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Trainees at the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management take part in a practice session of the Japanese martial art of Kendo at the institute in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo April 21, 2009. Kendo, the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, is part of training at the Matsushita Institute to become political leaders in Japan, a country where economic and foreign policies have floundered under one unpopular prime minister after another. Picture taken April 21, 2009. To match feature JAPAN-LEADERSHIP REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS BUSINESS SPORT)
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August 28, 2007
A Japanese man stretches during "radio taiso", or radio exercise, in which people exercise to instructions...
Chigasaki, Japan
Japanese man stretches during 'radio taiso' or radio exercise in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo
A Japanese man stretches during "radio taiso", or radio exercise, in which people exercise to instructions and music broadcasted over the radio in Chigasaki, southwest of Tokyo August 28, 2007. The radio exercise, which began in 1928, is practiced by about 27 million people and is especially popular among elderly people, according to the Radio Exercise Association. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 17, 2006
Waves splash over revellers carrying portable shrines during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south...
Chigasaki, Japan
Waves splash over revellers carrying portable shrines during Hamaori festival in Chigasaki
Waves splash over revellers carrying portable shrines during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 17, 2006. Revellers carried portable shrines into the water to purify them during the annual festival marking the beginning of summer. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 17, 2006
Revellers carrying portable shrines enter the ocean during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of...
Chigasaki, Japan
Revellers carrying portable shrines enter ocean during Hamaori festival in Chigasaki
Revellers carrying portable shrines enter the ocean during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 17, 2006. Revellers carried portable shrines into the water to purify them during the annual festival marking the beginning of summer. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 17, 2006
Revellers carry a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 17, 2006....
Chigasaki, Japan
Revellers carry portable shrine during Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo
Revellers carry a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 17, 2006. Revellers carried portable shrines into the water to purify them during the annual festival marking the beginning of summer. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 17, 2006
A girl holds her dog clad in a Japanese traditional happi coat that reads "festival" during the Hamaori...
Chigasaki, Japan
Girl holds her dog clad in Japanese traditional happi coat during Hamaori festival in Chigasaki
A girl holds her dog clad in a Japanese traditional happi coat that reads "festival" during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 17, 2006. Revellers carried portable shrines into the water to purify them during the annual festival marking the beginning of summer. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 17, 2006
Revellers carrying portable shrines enter the ocean during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of...
Chigasaki, Japan
Revellers carrying portable shrines enter the ocean during Hamaori festival in Chigasaki
Revellers carrying portable shrines enter the ocean during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 17, 2006. Revellers enter the water to purify the portable shrine during the annual festival marking the beginning of summer. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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July 18, 2005
A large wave splashes on revellers carrying portable shrines during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki,...
Chigasaki, Japan
A large wave splashes on revellers carrying portable shrines during the Hamaori festival in ...
A large wave splashes on revellers carrying portable shrines during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, Japan. A large wave splashes on revellers carrying portable shrines during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 18, 2005. About 40 shrines took part in the annual festival in which the revellers proceeded into the water to purify the shrine. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
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July 18, 2005
Revellers in traditional costumes carry a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south...
Chigasaki, Japan
Revellers in traditional costumes carry a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, ......
Revellers in traditional costumes carry a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo. Revellers in traditional costumes carry a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 18, 2005. About 40 shrines took part in the annual festival in which the revellers proceeded into the water to purify the shrine. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
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July 18, 2005
Revellers carries a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 18,...
Chigasaki, Japan
Revellers carries a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo.
Revellers carries a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 18, 2005. About 40 shrines took part in the annual festival in which the revellers proceeded into the water to purify the shrine. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/JJ
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July 18, 2005
A Japanese man carries his child on his shoulders in front of a portable shrine in Chigasaki, south of...
Chigasaki, Japan
A Japanese man carries his child on his shoulders in front of a portable shrine in Chigasaki, south ......
A Japanese man carries his child on his shoulders in front of a portable shrine in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo. A Japanese man carries his child on his shoulders in front of a portable shrine after it proceeded into the ocean for purification during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 18, 2005. About 40 shrines took part in the festival. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
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July 18, 2005
A large wave splashes on revellers carrying a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki,...
Chigasaki, Japan
A large wave splashes on revellers carrying a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in ...
A large wave splashes on revellers carrying a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, Japan. A large wave splashes on revellers carrying a portable shrine during the Hamaori festival in Chigasaki, south of Tokyo July 18, 2005. About 40 shrines took part in the annual festival during which the revellers proceeded into the water to purify the shrines. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
SOCCER
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April 16, 2002
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki, west...
Chigasaki, Japan
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki, .....
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki, west of Tokyo April 16, 2002. Kumazawa brewery has announced they will produce 6,000 soccer ball sake bottles before and during the 2002 World Cup. The 720 ml bottles are currently on sale for 2,500 yen ($19).
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April 16, 2002
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at
Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki,...
Chigasaki, Japan
JAPANESE RICE WINE POURED INTO SOCCER BALL-SHAPED BOTTLES IN JAPAN.
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at
Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki, west of Tokyo April 16, 2002. Kumazawa
brewery has announced they will produce 6,000 soccer ball sake bottles
before and during the 2002 World Cup. The 720 ml bottles are currently
on sale for 2,500 yen ($19). REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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April 16, 2002
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at
Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki,...
Chigasaki, Japan
JAPANESE RICE WINE POURED INTO SOCCER BALL-SHAPED BOTTLES IN JAPAN.
Japanese sake rice wine is poured into soccer ball-shaped bottles at
Kumazawa brewery in Chigasaki, west of Tokyo April 16, 2002. Kumazawa
brewery has announced they will produce 6,000 soccer ball sake bottles
before and during the 2002 World Cup. The 720 ml bottles are currently
on sale for 2,500 yen ($19). REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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