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Shinichi Shinohara is a popular commercial outlet
27 Jun 2015 10:15
Japanese Olympic silver medallist of the 2000 Olympic Games has become an icon in Japan. The tall Shinohara is now a celebroty and stars many premiers, talks shows and nowadays also at a wall of a massive indoor spa complex in Osaka. Shinohara acts in a new commercial as a Titan breaching the walls. IAn accompanying poster mimics theAttack on Titan live-action film poster.
n addition, Spa World will put up a six-meter high (about 19.7 feet) balloon of a Titan, wall scrolls of Shinohara in his Titan guise, and wooden panels with holes for inserting faces from July 18 to September 30. Guests who book a Spa World trip between July 18 and 20 or August 11 and 16 will also get a free mask of Shinohara as a Titan as a present.
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