Japanese players and fans live up to their reputation: the stands and dressing room are cleaned up and left behind in perfect condition

Japanese players and fans live up to their reputation: the stands and dressing room are cleaned up and left behind in perfect condition © Twitter

Japan’s football fans are being praised from all over the world for their behavior during the World Cup. Images that go viral on social media show how they help en masse to clean the stadium after several matches. To many it seems unique, but for the Japanese themselves it is the most normal thing in the world.

Bron: Al Jazeera

Not only after their stunt victory against the Germans did they take out plastic bags to collect all their waste. Even after the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador, they rolled up their sleeves without hesitation. The tradition of the Japanese has also been noticed at previous major tournaments, but continues to cause a lot of surprise. “What is special to you is normal to us,” said a Japanese football fan. “We can’t leave a place without cleaning it.”

The national team of Japan also showed its best side. For example, a photo shows how the Japanese left their dressing room immaculate after the victory against Germany. “Cleanliness is like a religion for us in Japan, and we cherish that,” said another supporter.

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