The ambassador of Japan was seeing Inui in Mendizorroza

Being an international footballer with the Japanese team, he is a celebrity in the Asian country.


Masashi Mizukami is the ambassador of Japan in Spain and was on Sunday in Mendizorroza witnessing the match between Deportivo Alavés and Leganés. The mayor of Vitoria, Gorka Urtaran, posted a picture with him on his personal Twitter account, welcoming him to the Alava capital, . It is not the first occasion in which the Asian leader moves to discuss with the players who play in Spain.

Takashi Inui is a celebrity in his country to be an international playerl. Soccer is growing exponentially in a state in which baseball and sumo take the cake as popular sports. The midfielder of Betis, on loan to Alavés, , also calls for interest from many Japanese fans who usually populate Mendizorroza. There are also several Japanese journalists who attend all their meetings, including the displacements.

In Japan he played in the Yokohama Marinos and the Cerezo Osaka. Then he made the leap to Europe and played in the German ensembles of the Bochum and Eintracht in Frankfurt. In Spain he has defended the colors of Eibar, Betis and, currently, Deportivo Alavés. Inui has fallen with the Pitu Abelardo, who has decided to give prominence from the start, the opposite of what has happened with the other winter incorporations: Alex Blanco and Diego Rolan just count for the Asturian. At least for now.



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