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World Cup 2010

by Ryo

The World Cup 2010 in South Africa was amazing. Japan was in the top 16. During the World Cup, I heard the sound of vuvuzela, which is an instrument in South Africa.

When Japan won, I heard that sound all night in Shibuya. That sound made me crazy. Let me explain about the vuvuzela. The vuvuzela is 1 meter long and a kind of trumpet. It is called a stadium horn.

In those days, it wasn't used in soccer games. It was used when a believer prayed to God. In South Africa, it is used not only in national matches, but also in domestic matches. I really want one.

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