For most people, going to watch the Olympics is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity but for 92-year-old superfan Naotoshi Yamada it has become a quadrennial ritual over the last five and a half decades. (Reuters Lifestyle) More
Land of the Rising Stage American Theatre
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Tokyo 2020 launches ticketing process Daily Mail
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