Shinji Kagawa Plays Second Fiddle To Talking Dolphin In Mind-Boggling Japanese Advert (Video)

Chris Wright

22nd, April 2013

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By Chris Wright

Here’s Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa’s new advert for Japanese internet providers SoftBank. We really can’t tell you an awful lot more as it hurts to even think about it.

WARNING: Make sure you’ve got your Japanese TV-strength mind bleach ready. You may even need a second bottle…

O…kay.

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  1. porcelain sandwich says:

    Haha brilliant. Looks like he’s playing second fiddle to the dog to be honest, while the dolphin shouts encouragement from the technical area.

  2. porcelain sandwich says:

    Also, that’s a beluga whale, not a dolphin. Sorry.

  3. AbouTheMan says:

    Love the “Shinji” part. That dolphin is the dolphin.

  4. Terry Shedingham says:

    Erm, so the porpoise is Kagawa’s father. The first thing he says is “Why, why is my father a…” (Shinji!) “A damned porpoise!” And he starts kicking the balls in frustration.
    The dog is the ‘father’ of a family that have been starring in Softbank adverts for the past six years or so. If you listen carefully, you can hear him say ‘nice assist’, just in a very Japanese way.

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