|Full name||Tanabe Mitsubishi Pharmaceutical|
(as Tanabe Gohee Shoten SC)
|League||Osaka Prefectural Leagues|
Tanabe Mitsubishi Pharmaceutical Soccer Club was a Japanese football club based in Osaka that belongs to Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma. The club has played in Japan Soccer League (Japanese former top division). It last played in the Osaka Prefectural Leagues.
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