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Rugby World Cup 2019™, Japan - Taste of Japan - 11 Day Tour

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Get the ultimate ‘Taste of Japan’ as you drink beer in Sapporo, spot snow monkeys in Nagano, explore the old town in Takayama, wander through Omicho Market in Kanazawa, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shirakawa-go and marvel at the bustling grandeur of Tokyo!

Matches Included

✔ Australia v Fiji at Sapporo Dome, Sapporo City
✔ England v Tonga at Sapporo Dome, Sapporo City
✔ Australia v Wales at Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo Metropolitan

About this Tour

Our 11 day Taste of Japan Tour takes in Australia’s final two pool matches as well as England v Tonga combined with some fantastic touring to give you an ultimate taste of the history and cultures of Japan. The tour gets underway in the north of Japan in Sapporo where we take in the first two matches of the tour. We then set out for some fantastic sightseeing including a visit to the snow monkeys at Jigokudani Monkey Park, wander the old streets of Sanmachi Suji district in Takayama, visit the historic thatched roof houses of Shirakawa-go, keep our eyes peeled for an elusive geisha in Kanazawa’s Higashi Chaya district, then make our way to the neon lights of Japan’s capital, Tokyo where we will take in Australia’s crucial pool match against Wales.

On Tour with the Australian Rugby Team

As the Licensed Tour Operator of Rugby Australia, We Love Rugby enjoy unprecedented and exclusive access to members of the current Australian squad and where possible in the itinerary access to training sessions.

All our 2019 Tours will include panel sessions featuring Rugby legends and members of the current Australian squad.

For Rugby World Cup 2015™, England, our guests mingled with Drew Mitchell, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Kurtley Beale, Quade Cooper, Sean McMahon and many more at numerous functions.

Other guests included John Eales, Nathan Sharpe, Phil Kearns, Rod Kafer, and Fox Sports commentator Greg Clarke
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Taste of Japan

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