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January 10, 2008 
People run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
People run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya... 
People run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western Japan, January 10, 2008. The winner of the annual race earns the title of "Lucky Man" and is said to have good fortune for the year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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January 10, 2008 
A Shinto priest walks past an octopus dumpling vendor's stall at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
A Shinto priest walks past an octopus dumpling vendor's stall at Nishinomiya Shrine 
A Shinto priest walks past an octopus dumpling vendor's stall at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western Japan, January 10, 2008. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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January 10, 2008 
Men run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
Men run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya... 
Men run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western Japan, January 10, 2008. The winner of the annual race earns the title of "Lucky Man" and is said to have good fortune for the year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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January 10, 2008 
Shrine staff scramble to get out of the way as people run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
Shrine staff scramble to get out of the way as people run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine... 
Shrine staff scramble to get out of the way as people run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western Japan, January 10, 2008. The winner of the annual race earns the title of "Lucky Man" and is said to have good fortune for the year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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January 10, 2008 
Yuki Sakae, a 20-year-old student, holds up a Japanese rice wine barrel after winning the "Fuku Otoko"... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
Yuki Sakae, a 20-year-old student, holds up a Japanese rice wine barrel after winning the "Fuku Otoko"... 
Yuki Sakae, a 20-year-old student, holds up a Japanese rice wine barrel after winning the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western Japan, January 10, 2008. The winner of the annual race earns the title of "Lucky Man" and is said to have good fortune for the year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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January 10, 2008 
Men run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
Men run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya... 
Men run through the gate of the Nishinomiya Shrine during the "Fuku Otoko" (Lucky Man) race at Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya, western Japan, January 10, 2008. The winner of the annual race earns the title of "Lucky Man" and is said to have good fortune for the year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN) 
JAPAN
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October 01, 2004 
Japanese adventurer Kenichi Horie sets sail on nonstop solo voyage around the world from Nishinomiya,... 
Nishinomiya, Japan 
Japanese adventurer Kenichi Horie sets sail on nonstop solo voyage around the world from Nishinomiya,... 
Japanese adventurer Kenichi Horie sets sail on nonstop solo voyage around the world from Nishinomiya, western Japan. Japanese adventurer Kenichi Horie waves from his yacht Suntory Mermaid as he sets sail on a nonstop and eastbound solo voyage around the world from the Shin-Nishinomiya yacht harbour in Nishinomiya, western Japan October 1, 2004. Horie plans to sail southward across the Pacific in his 4.7-tonne Suntory Mermaid yacht and pass Cape Horn at the tip of South America in January, Japan's Kyodo News reported on Friday. EDITRIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Shigeo Yamada 
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