Real life hero – Naoto Date, ‘Tiger Mask’ repaying welfare facilities

Child welfare institutions and consultation centers in cities across the country are receiving school bags or cash gifts from someone who claims to be the hero of a popular wrestling comic book and TV series from the 1960s.

It all began at the Chuo Child Consultation Center in Gunma Prefecture on Dec. 25. As one of the employees came to work on Christmas Day, she found 10 boxes containing school bags that were left on the entrance of the facility as she arrived for work.

A note signed by a "Naoto Date" was left with the boxes.

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