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Much has been said about Japan looking to prove miracles can happen twice when it takes on South Africa on Friday night at Kumagaya Rugby Stadium.

But the message from the Brave Blossoms is that at the end of the day there are far bigger games on the horizon with the Rugby World Cup kicking off in two weeks, and that the past should be left in the past.

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