A Japanese massage chair is a contender to win Italy’s 2018 World Cup title

As if the 2018 World Cups were not tough enough, Italy’s national team are now competing for the 2019 World Cup with a brand new massage chair.

The first-ever World Cup massage chair was unveiled in Tokyo last week, and it is now available to buy in Japan.

“The first thing you see when you arrive at the hotel is the massage chair,” the chair’s creator, Yoshihiro Okumura, told the Japanese newspaper Nikkei.

“You sit on a chair with a pillow on top and a towel wrapped around your legs.

It is also very different from other massage chairs. “

It is the first time we’ve ever created a chair for the World Cup.

“We’ve already done a prototype of it, but we didn’t want to do another prototype and just sell it. “

“When we started this project, we knew that we wanted to create a unique chair that could also help the players, as well as the fans. “

“The chair is really soft and allows for the players to relax. “

There are also different types of cushions, as the chair is made from steel and metal, and there are many different positions. “

The chair is really soft and allows for the players to relax.

“One of the most important things we can do for the team is to help them to relax.””

The first edition of the chair, which was created in 2013, was used to promote the 2017-18 World Cup and featured a black plastic shell.””

One of the most important things we can do for the team is to help them to relax.”

The first edition of the chair, which was created in 2013, was used to promote the 2017-18 World Cup and featured a black plastic shell.

“I believe this chair will be a good addition to the World Cups,” Okumora said.

“I think that it will be something that will help our players relax during the tournament, especially for the younger players.”

It will also make the players more competitive during the World Games, as they can use the chair to relax during games and also in training.

“The chair was first unveiled in the Japanese city of Kobe, which is the home of the 2022 and 2022 World Cups.

The 2017 edition, which featured an all-black plastic shell, was seen as a positive step forward for the game in Japan, with Japan winning the competition in four out of five tournaments.

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