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This is how the Japanese national team left its locker room after beating Germany this morning 馃憦

(馃摲: FIFA)

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In reply to @JoePompliano
Not only did they folded and stacked dirty towels, they also folded some origami 馃槶馃ス pic.twitter.com/WWeHpNB0l5
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
It鈥檚 not just the players !! Here鈥檚 a video of the Japanese people staying behind after the game is over and picking up trash in the stadium pic.twitter.com/snadFqvfVN
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
The amount of hate this post has generated is depressing. Cleaning up after ourselves should be celebrated and put up as standard expected behavior.
 
 
As铆 dej贸 el equipo japon茅s su vestuario despu茅s de ganar a Alemania.

Lo de los origamis de la mesa me tiene loco.
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
And see what their fans did in the stands. Amazing culture, and to ingrain it on a national scale is just...馃く pic.twitter.com/DcDvfDMOS8
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
I have travelled, worked and lived in around 60 countries. Japan was the cleanest, safest and most polite out of all of them. Coming back to England felt like I was deploying to Afghanistan or somewhere else equally dirty and hostile.
 
A lesson to be learned right there in how to look after your workspace because you are the people who work in it. This is wonderful from the Japanese Men's Football team.
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
Not a rainbow in sight. Just a well organised football team out to win a tournament.
 
Japon taraftarlar trib眉nleri, Japon futbolcular da odalar谋n谋 temizliyor. Hem sana hem ba艧kas谋na yararl谋, hem kendini hem ba艧kas谋n谋 iyi hissettiren bir 艧ey yapmak hayat谋n bug'谋.
 
銈偪銉笺儷銇х刀瀵俱偞銉熸嬀銇勩仧銇
 
Always leave the place better than you found it.
 
Un ejemplo de cultura c铆vica, buenos modales y respeto por el otro y su entorno por parte del equipo japon茅s. Siglos de sabidur铆a a distancia sideral de nuestra realidad
 
And yet some youth players think they are too good to help pick up cones after a session...
 
Shit, the All Blacks are going to have to learn how to do origami if they want to keep their place as the Most Humble Shed Sweepers鈩笍
 
銉儍銈兗銉兗銉犮倰缍洪簵銇仐銇︺亱銈夐瀹ゃ仚銈嬨伄銇ㄣ亱銆佹棩鏈汉銈点儩銉笺偪銉笺亴銈广偪銉炽儔銇偞銉熸嬀銇勩倰銇欍倠銇仺銇嬨倰闈為洠銇欍倠澹般倐銇傘倠銈堛亞銇犮亼銇┿佷簨绋嬪乏妲樸伀銈€偢銈汉銈掕攽瑕栥仚銈嬫宸炰汉銇銇勩伄銇с佷綑瑷堛仾鎵瑰垽銇殭銈掍笌銇堛仾銇勭偤銇倐蹇呰浠ヤ笂銇绡勭殑銇尟銈嬭垶銇嗐亾銇ㄣ伅鎴︾暐鐨勩伀銇ㄣ仸銈傝尝銇勩亾銇ㄣ仩銇ㄦ濄亞銇仼銇椼仸銇
 
The world doesn鈥檛 deserve the Japanese people.
 
 
 
 
銇曘仚銇屻儖銉冦儩銉筹紒馃挭馃徏
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
Good example set. Imagine a world where everyone respect the people around them.
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
this is an awesome example of sportsmanship and character by a team. Demonstrate it on the field of play and keep it in locker room and bus. Players, coaches, parents, fans; take note.
 
The Japanese need to have more babies otherwise this incredible culture will disappear 馃嚡馃嚨
 
this is really how it is here... when you dine out, you stack your plates and wipe/tidy up the table... they provide cleaning solution in the bathrooms. It's a culture of respect for others rather than a, "I'll trash the place, and someone else can clean it!" kinda culture.
 
I have new second favourite team. 馃嚡馃嚨
 
 
Respect 馃檹鉂わ笍馃嚡馃嚨
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
We鈥檇 rather see the aftermath of Germany鈥檚
 
閬告墜銇ㄣ仐銇︺仩銇戙仹銇亸鏃ユ湰銇唬琛ㄣ仺銇椼仸瑾囥倝銇椼亜銇с仚銆
 
 
Baseball dugouts could never. 馃槶馃槶馃槶馃槶
 
Lived in Japan for 2.5 years, when I used to work at @RakutenGroup. Every Monday, every single person, right from the billionaire founder @hmikitani to an intern, had to deep clean their desks themselves. Truly represents the cultural mindset that "every little thing matters".
 
So much 鈾 for the Japanese football team. 馃嚡馃嚨 #JPN
 
Have I told you how much I love Japan?

Also, the best country in the world for travelling with children.
 
This is so good. But they need to be careful as the Qataris might find it out and take players' passports to make them work in their homes.
 
LOVE THIS 馃憞馃徏 馃憦馃徏馃憦馃徏馃憦馃徏馃憦馃徏
 
 
Nachdem die Deutschen da waren, stinkt es nach Axe und Furz.
 
 
Exactly how it should be left 馃憦
 
桅位蠋蟻慰喂.
韦喂蟼 魏伪位苇蟼 蔚蟺慰蠂苇蟼 蟿畏蟼 螕魏蟻喂魏 韦喂渭 未蔚谓 胃伪 蠂蠋蟻伪纬蔚 维位位畏 纬蠈蟺伪 魏维蟿蠅.
 
We can't keep doing this every time
 
So what!

Another story ripe for the copy the successful without question brigade.

Just because a team does something different doesn鈥檛 mean it increases performance.
 
 
Ah, pero p贸ngales en frente una ballena...
 
 
Thinking of inviting them round to my gaff to tidy up
 
"Please be careful when opening the overhead compartments as items might have moved during the game and could fall out."
 
 
In reply to @cultrun
Ojal谩 copiar un poco de ellos.
 
This needs to be something that Indians really need to emulate.
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
Reminds me of Mark Noble for @WestHam his cleaning game was also on point 馃憤 pic.twitter.com/SLPW9kNoRY
 
They are just amazing. #Japan please never change!
Love those origami birds. #FIFAWorldCup
 
deth we can鈥檛 beat these guys
 
Love if, that鈥檚 how it鈥檚 done. Sweep the shed.
 
This馃憞is the kind of content I come here for. Some of the comments are fantastic; some make me sad
 
 
Thinking about inviting them round to mine after the World Cup so they can clear out the shed.
 
脛lskar Japan! 馃嚡馃嚨
 
Winning culture instilled in everything you do 馃挭馃挭馃挭. Well done
 
no evidence at the scene of the crime
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
My sister is living in Japan on a two year work contract and wants to move there permanently. She loves the people, the country, the welcomeness, the friendliness, & the cleanliness. No guns either.
 
 
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
Looking at some of these comments honestly reminds me of the plot of Attack on Titan. Some of you mfa really hold on to hate for some shit you haven鈥檛 even witnessed. Can鈥檛 even admire our fellow humans do anything simple without bringing up old shit.
 
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
Waste management is incredibly organised and important in Japan! Its taken so seriously in fact, that there are rules and timetables for trash collection. Different things have to be thrown away on specific days.
 
It's considered hate speech but some cultures are just better than others. Or, more civilized, at the very least.
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
DAMN, DID THEY REALLY MAKE ORAGAMI SWANS!!!! Man our manners aint S*** compared to these guys
 
They left origami!
 
 
I need to bring in a couple of them for a road tennis tournament and let them stay by me tho
 
Doesn't even surprise me this. They are such respectful people. 馃挌
 
Always leave it better than you found it!
#Facts
 
 
袧邪褕懈 胁械褔械褉邪褋 邪泻芯 写芯斜懈褬褍, 袦懈褌邪褉 褯械 褍屑邪蟹邪褌懈 蟹懈写芯胁械 泻械褔邪锌芯屑 褋邪 锌懈褑械 邪 袙袦小 褯械 褋泻懈薪褍褌懈 胁褉邪褌邪
 
Definition of leave it cleaner than you met it
 
Reading this story about how the Japanese football team left their changing room after their game against Germany (& other similar stories) id remarkable. If only others did this we would have more of a tided place to live in.
 
origami crane (orizuru) symbolizes honor, good fortune, loyalty and longevity.

Senbazuru (thousand of orizuru) also associated with wish of peace, in honor of Sadako Sasaki, a victim of atomic bombing of Hiroshima
 
They are the mr kaplan of blacklist
 
 
浼戞棩銆佷竴鐣倓銈嬨伖銇嶃亾銇ㄣ伅閮ㄥ眿銇巸闄ゃ仩銇
閮ㄥ眿銈傛竻娼斻伀銇倠銇椼佷綍銈堛倞姘楀垎銇屻偣銉冦偔銉仚銈
銈傘仐浣曘亱鎮┿倱銇с仧銈婃唫楝便仾姘楀垎銇檪銇簥銈掔(銇勩仧銈娿侀ⅷ鍛傘仺銇嬨儓銈ゃ儸銈掓巸闄ゃ仐銇熸柟銇屻亜銇
 
Love the origami on the table.
 
In reply to @JoePompliano
We need photos of the other Teams to compare
 
Probably stinks of fish n whisky tho...
 
Tidyness is culture in Japan you can even visit their country it's squicky clean 馃憣馃憣馃憣
 
袚谢械写邪褬褌械 屑邪泻械写芯薪褔械.
 
even Japanese fans at the opening World Cup match cleaned up the stands after Qatar vs Ecuador

pic.twitter.com/orehaT1Dhk
 
Japan always classy, and neat.
 
The origami too 馃敟
 
I dont see why this is hard for grown men to do
 
 
No evidence at a murder scene
 
People on the internet will tell you that this is too much to ask for
 
my home country got some ack right. 馃ス
 
 
Same attitude with their Junior team when they were on an away game in Indonesia. 馃憤馃徎
 
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