Only Australia, part of the Asian confederation since 2006, were unable to register a victory, once again illustrating that organisation and fighting spirit will not get you far at the World Cup if you can not find the net.
The 61st-ranked Japanese were given little chance of making an impact at the tournament, but their gritty group stage display and last-16 match versus Belgium won over the fans.
"Maybe we gave the European crowds a message that they should bring more Japanese players, not even national players".
A soccer account with over 850,000 followers later tweeted the photo with the caption, "Japan left their changing room spotless after they lost 3-2 to Belgium last night".
Keisuke Honda announced his retirement from global football following Japan's elimination from the World Cup at the hands of Belgium on Monday night.
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A late goal from Nacer Chadli sealed a 3-2 comeback victory for Belgium and number of Japan players were left in tears after being knocked out of the tournament.
South Korea hammered the Germans, and Japan very almost did the same to Belgium, but Asia's representatives are once again heading home before the business end of the World Cup gets going.
But it's what they did next that really impressed many people across the globe: they left their locker room in utterly impeccable condition despite their heart-wrenching FIFA World Cup elimination, which was held in Russian Federation on Monday.
"Belgium deserved the win, but we also played as well as we possibly could. They really had good momentum", said Yuki Kakishita, an employee at a real estate agency.
"I think we played quite well but unfortunately - and it's a shame for football - that we wasted a lot of time because of one single player", Osorio said.
'In less than six seconds we covered the whole pitch. Japan went ahead in the competition at Senegal's expense in controversial fashion, after the two countries drew in their match, then earned the same amount of points in all other matches, scored the same goal total and had the same goal difference after the first leg.