|Full name||Hagoromo Club|
(as Nippon Light Metal SC)
|Ground||Shimizu, Shizuoka, Japan|
Hagoromo Club was a Japanese football club based in Shizuoka. The club has played in Japan Soccer League Division 2.
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Hagoromo may refer to:
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The 1973 season of Japanese football.
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Hagoromo Bungu was a Japanese office supply and chalk company. It is best known for having produced the Hagoromo Fulltouch Chalk, a brand of blackboard chalk. Though mainly sold in Japan and South Korea, the chalk won over teachers and mathematicians worldwide with its ease of handling, writing, and erasure. Nonetheless, general decline in chalk sales among other factors led to its shuttering in 2015. The announcement of the company's closing led fans to stockpile its chalk. South Korean company Sejongmall eventually bought the Hagoromo brand and much of the original company's equipment and has manufactured the chalk in South Korea since 2016.