When you’re watching the NFL, you should know what the statistics say about the league’s demographics
More than a decade after the end of the Cold War, Japan is still home to some of the world’s most powerful sports teams.
They’re all based in major metropolitan areas, and they all play in Japan’s major markets.
The number of NFL fans in Japan is about 4.5 million.
That’s a little over 3 percent of the country’s population.
That number includes some of Japan’s top players, such as Kobe Bryant, who play for the Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants.
But there are other Japanese football players, as well.
The league’s Japanese TV ratings have improved from the early 1990s, according to Japan’s national broadcaster NHK, but there is still a lot of room for improvement.
The ratings of the NFL’s top-rated games, including the playoffs, are generally very good, with only a few games below average.
The games on the network are also competitive, and the league is still able to reach a larger audience in Japan than other sports.
The NFL is also a huge global brand in the United States.
It’s owned by NBCUniversal, the company that owns NBC and CNBC.
That means the NFL is a big global brand.
The NBA and the NFL also have huge national and international followings, and that has helped propel the league in Japan, according the league.
The sports leagues also have close ties to each other, with the NBA having a joint venture with the Japanese Basketball Association, which is a league in which teams from Japan are competing for championship spots.
The two leagues also share the same national and regional television networks.
The players are a big draw to both Japanese fans and fans in the U.S. There are only a handful of NFL players in the NBA.
The only other Japanese players are some of America’s best-known college football players.
The best-selling book of the year in Japan was “Judo Man,” written by Kishimoto Hiroshi, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1991.
That book, which has sold more than 70 million copies, includes a section titled “Japanese football.”
But Kishida is also the author of the 2014 film “Moe” and the 2016 animated feature film “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.”
Kishidani’s other books include “The Journey to the Top,” about Japanese soccer players who went to the top of the sport, and “Japan, America and Soccer.”
The book deals with the rise of the Japanese football team in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and his work on the film and TV series has inspired fans to follow their favorite players.
“It’s a great thing for me, for the fans, because the fans can watch their favorite player on television and see their heroes,” said Kishido Kiyoko, who is the president of the Japan Sports Council.
He said the league was able to attract fans because it had its own identity.
“I think it’s a good thing for Japan, because people want to watch sports,” he said.
Some of the biggest names in Japanese soccer are also Japanese.
The national team’s star players are Japanese, including Kobe Bryant and Masahiro Tanaka, who were born in the same village.
But Japanese athletes have also won gold medals at the Olympics, World Cup and the Paralympics.
“We want to be like Japan in sports,” said Akira Kawasumi, who leads the national team.
Kawasu, who has won two medals at world and European championships, is the son of Japanese-born baseball players, Kiyoshi and Yoshio Kawasuki.
He’s also the president and CEO of the National Soccer League, which was founded in 2010 and has become one of the league, league and team’s biggest assets.
Kawaski said the Japanese soccer fans want to see their team succeed.
“They want to know how the players perform, how they look and feel, so they want to follow,” Kawaskisumi said.
“There’s a lot that we’re trying to do for them, but I think the best way to do it is to have a national team that has a strong identity.”
In Japan, the NFL has a fan base that’s a mix of Japanese and American, according a person familiar with the league who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the matter.
The fan base in Japan also is diverse.
While the majority of fans are white, Asian and American — the most popular national teams — there are also a few minority groups, according experts.
One of those groups is the people who attend Japanese festivals.
Many of those people go to a soccer stadium for an intimate experience that can include watching games and eating.
There is also an Asian community in Japan.
A large percentage of the fans are from Japan’s smaller cities, like Minato, Tokyo and Nagoya.
Those fans come from the smaller towns