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Hi Bears,

I will be in Kyoto during the upcoming old firm game and was wondering if anyone knew of any pubs etc that would be showing this. I tried one place and they said the sky football licence in Japan doesn't include SPL games. I know it's a long shot 

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3 minutes ago, RD77 said:

Hi Bears,

I will be in Kyoto during the upcoming old firm game and was wondering if anyone knew of any pubs etc that would be showing this. I tried one place and they said the sky football licence in Japan doesn't include SPL games. I know it's a long shot 

Be worth pm'ing @Perth_Campsie_Ger mate he is our Asian correspondence on here, think he will be in Bangkok if I remember correctly. 

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31 minutes ago, RD77 said:

Hi Bears,

I will be in Kyoto during the upcoming old firm game and was wondering if anyone knew of any pubs etc that would be showing this. I tried one place and they said the sky football licence in Japan doesn't include SPL games. I know it's a long shot 

There is a bar on the main Street called bazzarichie that show the games

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37 minutes ago, RD77 said:

Hi Bears,

I will be in Kyoto during the upcoming old firm game and was wondering if anyone knew of any pubs etc that would be showing this. I tried one place and they said the sky football licence in Japan doesn't include SPL games. I know it's a long shot 

Try the Japs eye, it's pretty hard to get in though.:giggidy:

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2 hours ago, RD77 said:

Hi Bears,

I will be in Kyoto during the upcoming old firm game and was wondering if anyone knew of any pubs etc that would be showing this. I tried one place and they said the sky football licence in Japan doesn't include SPL games. I know it's a long shot 

Try nakamuras bar in Kyoto. You'll be surrounded by tarriers but the fried jack Russel is delicious.?

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17 minutes ago, DerekJohnstone said:

Kyoto once the former capital of Japan, they just used the same letters for Tokyo. Just some useless information :whistle:

It was apparently also selected to be one of the two recipients of the atomic bombs dropped on Japan during WW2. However it was then considered to be too culturally important and they selected Nagasaki instead. How sad is that. Your fate determined by the amount of important and prob wealthy history you have. It is a beautiful place. More useless info.

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1 hour ago, DerekJohnstone said:

Kyoto once the former capital of Japan, they just used the same letters for Tokyo. Just some useless information :whistle:

Its still the former capital. It was the capital until the Emperor moved in 1869 following the fire of 1965. Its now the Imperial City (Emeritus) of Kyoto.

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1 hour ago, Domthenbud said:

It was apparently also selected to be one of the two recipients of the atomic bombs dropped on Japan during WW2. However it was then considered to be too culturally important and they selected Nagasaki instead. How sad is that. Your fate determined by the amount of important and prob wealthy history you have. It is a beautiful place. More useless info.

Hiroshima and Nagasaki were selected because Mitsubishi heavy industries, shipbuilders and armaments/military vehicles were produced in those two cities.  Once they couldn't build weapons they were definitely stuffed, even if they wanted to carry on or not.

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