UK prime minister commits minor faux pas on visit to Japan, where she admits that she is no fan of the country’s beloved pastime

It is not likely to be seen as a diplomatic incident, but Theresa May has committed a minor faux pas on her trade-based charm offensive in Japan by admitting that she does not like karaoke.

The typically alcohol-fuelled activity, in which participants enthusiastically belt out words projected on to a screen to a recorded backing track, originated in Japan in the 1970s and has since spread across the world.

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