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NJPW Stars Visit Sick and Injured Children at Tokyo's National Center for Child Health and Development

Posted By: Caylon Knox on May 14, 2018

NJPW Stars Visit Sick and Injured Children at Tokyo's National Center for Child Health and Development

New Japan Pro Wrestling posted an article on their website about how NJPW stars Shota Umino and Ren Narita recently visited the National Center for Child Health and Development in Tokyo’s Setagaya district.

The following comes from NJPW1972.com:

On May 10, NJPW Young Lions Shota Umino and Ren Narita visited the National Center for Child Health and Development in Tokyo’s Setagaya district. Narita and Umino visited the NICU (the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for newborns), and the experience of seeing new life before their eyes and talking to hospital staff really seem to move both young wrestlers.

Next, the two headed to the rehabilitation ward to visit the children and support them in their recovery. NJPW will continue to work with the National Center for Child Health and Development, with wrestlers visiting the hospital once every two months to spur on kids recovering from illness and injury. 

Find out more about the National Center for Child Health and Development at their English website! https://www.ncchd.go.jp/en/

Source: www.NJPW1972.com
Tags: #puroresu #njpw #new japan pro wrestling #shota umino #ren narita

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