Japan bullfighting: Women allowed into ‘pure’ ring after ban lifted

A woman has been allowed to enter a Japanese traditional bullfighting ring for the first time after a ban was lifted in a bid to modernise the sport. Yuki Araki accompanied her animal on the opening day of the season in Hokkaido island’s Yamakoshi district.
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