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- Akira Watanabe is a Japanese former professional motocross racer. He was the F.I.M. 125cc Motocross World Champion in 1978 while riding for the Suzuki factory racing team. He remains the only Japanese rider to win a motocross world championship.
- born in (61 years ago) in Japan
- Akira Watanabe was the National President of the Boy Scouts of Japan from 1974 to 2003, and served on the World Scout Committee of the World Organization of the Scout Movement.
- Akira Watanabe a.k.a. Fujinishiki Takemitsu was a sumo wrestler from Kofu, Yamanashi, Japan. After his retirement he was the head coach of Takasago stable.
- read more about Fujinishiki Takemitsu (martial artist)
- Akira Watanabe was a special effects art director.
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