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KAWASAKI — If Japanese soccer has been on a journey since the J. League began in 1993, no one has racked up more miles than Junichi Inamoto.

Inamoto emerged as one of the leading lights of a new generation in the late ’90s, making his name as a dynamic midfielder with Gamba Osaka before forcing his way into the national team at 20 and blazing a trail with a move to Arsenal in 2001.

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