Japan may have never won a World Cup tournament, but time and time again, the nation manages to steal the hearts of football fans from across the world. Last year, the Japanese men's team scored a hat trick of game-winning jerseys. With the Women's World Cup three months away, the women's team hits a fourth strike.

Last year's Qatar FIFA World Cup proved to the world that the Japanese national team is willing to leave everything on the pitch. Through sheer grit, determination, and world-class skill, the team exceeded all expectations.

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Despite their many successes, they were unfortunate to take a loss to Croatia on penalties in the Round of 16.

While the loss brought massive upset to the courageous, beloved Japanese fans, their tournament was the signifier of a bright future.

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Just as bright as their future is their partnership with Three Stripes, with birthed three of the best kits of the tournament.

Between a striking blue home kit, a minimalistic away kit, and a sweet-inspired, two-tone beauty created in collaboration with NIGO, there was no shortage of style from the style.

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Now, it's the turn of the ladies to dial their footballing style up to 100.

This summer, the Women's World Cup will kick off in Australia and New Zealand, and Japan will be stepping up to the plate in another effortlessly styled, nature-inspired kit.

Revealed by adidas, the team's away kit takes direct inspiration from Mount Fuji and cherry blossom, resulting in an effortless purple-through-pink gradient.

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While the home and third kits remain a mystery, there's an expectation for adidas and Japan to overperform – both on the pitch and with their kits.

Who knows, maybe we're looking at the makings of a new Women's World Cup Winner.

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