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In recent years, the Japanese entertainment industry has struggled to nurture domestically produced musicals and elevate them to bigger and better platforms.

“It has been believed that Japanese musicals created by Japanese people are low quality and simply boring,” says Yoshitaka Hori, CEO and chairman of talent agency and production company HoriPro Inc.

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