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JAPAN RUGBY TOUR 2019

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New Zealand's team celebrates with the Webb Ellis trophy after winning the Rugby World Cup Final against Australia at Twickenham in London, October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

The rugby world will descend on Japan in late 2019, as the best teams on the planet chase the ultimate prize in the game – the Webb Ellis Trophy. Played across 11 venues around the country, the evnt will showcase the best 16 rugby teams from around the world, and the best that this inspiring Asian nation has to offer.

Join us in Japan as our tour will give supporters the opportunity to see all the key matches, while visiting historical sites, traditional villages and take in the natural scenery of the countryside between games. Throw in traditional Japanese culture at a Sumo Wrestling event and experience the amazing local cuisines, your tour will satisfy every travellers needs.

MATCH SCHEDULE

The full match schedule was released on November 2nd, exactly 2 years before the final game to be held at Yokohama Stadium. Check out all the details of when your team will be playing in the following links

FULL MATCH SCHEDULE – By Pools

FULL MATCH SCHEDULE – By Date

FULL MATCH SCHEDULE – By Venue

TICKETS

Tickets for the matches will be in high demand, particularly those for those featuring Japan, as well as other key nations including New Zealand, Australia, South Africa & England.

Prices start from just $25 for round games, up to $1200 for Category A seats at the Final. For full pricing information, click on links below

TICKET PRICES – Individual games

TICKET PRICES – Match bundles

TOUR OPTIONS - Australia

For those looking to follow the Wallabies in Japan, these are the tour packages we are currently planning. With the last 2 pool matches against weaker teams, we are focused on first 2 pool matches and finals, although full itinerary for all matches can be arranged

FIRST 2 GAMES (v FIJI & WALES)

  • DAY 1 (19 Sept). Arrive Sapporo. Welcome function
  • DAY 2 (20 Sept). Sightseeing Day (Sapporo Beer Museum)
  • DAY 3 (21 Sept). AUSTRALIA v FIJI 1.45pm
  • DAY 4 (22 Sept). ENGLAND v TONGA 7.15pm
  • DAY 5 (23 Sept). Free Day (Sightseeing / Golf)
  • DAY 6 (24 Sept). Free day (Sightseeing / Golf). Sumo Wrestling event
  • DAY 7 (25 Sept). Free Day (Sightseeing / Golf)
  • DAY 8 (26 Sept). Arrive into Tokyo. City Tour
  • DAY 9 (27 Sept). Mt Fuji Day Tour
  • DAY 10 (28 Sept). Pre- game function with VIP guests
  • DAY 11 (29 Sept). AUSTRALIA v WALES 4.45pm
  • DAY 12 (30 Sept). Recovery Day
  • DAY 13 (1 Oct). Return flights

FINALS

  • DAY 1 (18 Oct). Arrival into OITA. Welcome Dinner
  • DAY 2 (19 Oct). Quarter Final 1
  • DAY 3 (20 Oct). Quarter Final 2
  • DAY 4 (21 Oct). Hiroshima. City Tour including Peace Memorial Museum
  • DAY 5 (22 Oct). Hiroshima. Day tour to Miyajima Island (iconic Buddhist shrine)
  • DAY 6 (23 Oct). Osaka. Day Tour
  • DAY 7 (24 Oct). Kyoto. Day Tour
  • DAY 8 (25 Oct). Yokohama. City Tour
  • DAY 9 (26 Oct). Semi Final 1
  • DAY 10 (27 Oct). Semi Final 2
  • DAY 11 (28 Oct). Free day
  • DAY 12 (29 Oct). Tokyo. City tour
  • DAY 13 (30 Oct). Tokyo. Sumo Wrestling event
  • DAY 14 (31 Oct). Tokyo. Free day
  • DAY  15 (1 Nov). Bronze Medal match
  • DAY 16 (2 Nov).  WORLD CUP FINAL
  • DAY 17 (3 Nov). Return flights

TOUR OPTIONS - New Zealand

For All Blacks fans, being the No.1 team in the world comes with some challenges – including finding decent opposition for worthwhile games. In the Pool stages, the Kiwis will face South Africa in their first game, but an 11 day break until their match against the winner of the repechage, followed by the second African team, then finishing with Italy doesnt really have too many highlights to fill 3 weeks of touring.

Due to this, we are focused on the first few days of the tournament, then the business end of the tournament, as the full pool stages doesnt offer any real value for money. We will have 2 tour options available

FIRST WEEKEND (Opening Game, NZ v Sth Africa, Ireland v Scotland)

  • DAY 1 (19 Sept). Arrive into Tokyo
  • DAY 2 (20 Sept). Opening Game – Japan v Europe1 7.45pm
  • DAY 3 (21 Sept). NEW ZEALAND V SOUTH AFRICA 6.45pm
  • DAY 4 (22 Sept). Ireland v Scotland 4.45pm
  • DAY 5 (23 Sept). Free day. Departure flights

FINALS

  • DAY 1 (18 Oct). Arrival into Tokyo. Welcome Dinner
  • DAY 2 (19 Oct). Quarter Final 1
  • DAY 3 (20 Oct). Quarter Final 2
  • DAY 4 (21 Oct). Free day
  • DAY 5 (22 Oct). Tour day (TBC)
  • DAY 6 (23 Oct). Tour day (TBC)
  • DAY 7 (24 Oct). Tour day (TBC)
  • DAY 8 (25 Oct). Yokohama. City Tour
  • DAY 9 (26 Oct). Semi Final 1
  • DAY 10 (27 Oct). Semi Final 2
  • DAY 11 (28 Oct). Free day
  • DAY 12 (29 Oct). Tokyo. City tour
  • DAY 13 (30 Oct). Tokyo. Sumo Wrestling event
  • DAY 14 (31 Oct). Tokyo. Free day
  • DAY  15 (1 Nov). Bronze Medal match
  • DAY 16 (2 Nov).  WORLD CUP FINAL
  • DAY 17 (3 Nov). Return flights

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