One of the main claims of Happeh Theory is that specific movement patterns of the body are related to specific health conditions of both the body and mind. For instance. If a person masturbates in one specific way, say using their right hand, their thought processes and health condition will be different from the thought processes and health condition of someone who masturbates with their left hand.
The Japanese study in this post has determined that Japanese children walk differently than other children from around the world. It will be obvious to any person who spends a short amount of time looking into the situation that Japanese people in general, both children and adults, exhibit different ways of thinking, different states of health, and a different physical appearance than other peoples of the world.
This Japanese study supports the claims of Happeh Theory because it has identified one of the types of physical movement that according to Happeh Theory contributes to the undeniable physical differences between adult Japanese people and adults of other peoples around the world.
A related avenue of research for the interested individual would be to study the dance movements that are a foundation of many African peoples, and their relationship to the undeniable physical differences African people exhibit from peoples of other countries of the world.