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Football hero Hidetoshi Nakata visits Mongolia PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 July 2007

Hidetoshi Nakata (-0 ñÿ) Mongolia Web News, Ulaanbaatar. Hidetoshi Nakata (中田 英寿) has started a visit to Mongolia on Friday. Japan's most famous football player visits the country of the Blue Heaven, just days after the departure of Crown Prince Naruhito.

More than a year after his unexpected announcement to retire from professional football, Nakata still remains a popular celebrity throughout the world. Already during his career, fashion played an important role in his public profile and after quiting he has put more focus on this, culminating in a 14 page feature in the US edition of the fashion magazine GQ this month.  

Since his retirement he has visited several other Asian countries including Taiwan and Viet Nam, where often one of the highlights was a visit to an orphanage to encourage local children. There have been no details published on the length or the activities of his visit to Mongolia. 

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