“I want to do what no one from Japan is yet to do”

Those were years marked by a great challenge for Hatsumi, who was committed to discovering European ways of living and thinking and, at the same time, had to explain the different cultural nuances to the riders she accompanied so that they could integrate into the western teams. “Nobody had told me how to do this job, I invented it at the moment,” she says, with a telling smile. “At the beginning I had a lot of pressure, also because in the ‘90s in Japan we didn’t know much about European or habits. Today, however, I do my job spontaneously, I do it casually and I enjoy it very much.”

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