Japan rugby travel
First played in the mid-19th century, Japan has had a long love affair with rugby. In fact, it was embraced with such enthusiasm that by the 1987 World Cup, Japan had more rugby clubs than any other country in the world! With unique culture and striking landscapes, as well as a thriving sports scene and world-class venues, Japan belongs at the top of every rugby fan's bucket list.
Japan Rugby Travel Inside Japan 2019
We're delighted that the Rugby's flagship tournament in coming to Japan! Inside Japan's top rugby enthusiast, Louise Lee travelled to Japan to find ways for fellow fans to make the most of their time during the tournament. The rugby travel packages over on our Japan Rugby Travel website bring together our expert knowledge, trustworthy customer service and straightforward, honest pricing. You do the tickets. We do Japan.
**Please note: None of the trips or tours contain match tickets for the Rugby World Cup. Our itineraries are designed to work around your match tickets. We are not affiliated to Rugby World Cup and have no association with the tournament*
Rugby with Inside Japan Tours
Whether you see yourself kicking back at kick-off with friends and family or getting to the heart of the action on the field with your team, our range of rugby, school group, small group tours and tailored self-guided trips combine the best of the country with the best of the games.Read more >
School Rugby Tours to Japan
This summer we arranged five rugby tours for UK school groups in Japan. Tour Leader superstars Ben and Brett led the teams all over Japan to play fixtures against local high schools. From Niigata to Fukuoka, they received warm welcomes and stronger competition than some of the UK players expected.
Future Japan rugby events - Rugby in 2019!Japan's 2015 World Cup experience reads like the book of Guinness World Records.At the start of the tournament, Japan's Brave Blossoms were the only team in the RWC to have conceded more than 1,000 points, but to everyone's surprise (and 66-1 odds) they put an end to the longest losing streak (24 years) in RWC history by defeating South Africa. Only ever defeated by three adversaries - the All Blacks, the Wallabies, and England - this was the first time in two decades that South Africa had lost an opener.In one final twist, Japan went on to leave the tournament despite only losing one pool stage match - another first in World Cup history!Along with nail-biting rugby matches, fans will experience the unique culture and beauty of Japan - one of the most fascinating and friendly countries in the world.