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      International Stadium Yokohama

      Yokohama Stadium will host the Rugby World Cup 2019 Final. It was here that staged the 2002 FIFA World Cup! Yokohama Stadium has a 72,327 seat capacity, making it the biggest stadium in Japan. Its two large screens and the dynamic architecture will give you an Immersive experience.

      Address

      3300 Kozukuecho, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture 222-0036

      Completed

      October 1997

      Capacity

      72,327

      Access

      About 10 minutes from Yokohama Station to Shinyokohama Station on the JR Yokohama Line, or Yokohama Municipal Subway (¥170 - ¥240) and then approx. 14 minutes on foot from there to the stadium.

      Accommodation

      Find your accommodations in Yokohama and make an booking here.

      You can spend great days
      in Yokohama until the next match.

      ITINERARIES
    • {{days[1]}} Game oita

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      oita

      Oita Stadium

      The Oita Bank Dome stadium was designed by the famous Kisho Kurokawa. It features high-end architecture and has the biggest retractable roof in Japan, ensuring every audience member has a pleasant viewing experience.

      Address

      1351 Yokoo, Oita, Oita Prefecture 870-0126

      Completed

      March 2001

      Capacity

      40,000

      Access

      At platform no.3 (Oita Station) on either JR Kyudai Line, JR Nippo Line, or JR Hohi Line, take the Oita Bus to 'Oita Sport Park Higashi’ (¥360/45 minutes) bound for 'Park Place via Mera BP', then walk 5 minutes to the stadium. Alternatively, at platform no.6 (Oita station) take the Oita Bus to 'Oita Sport Park Higashi’ (¥400/35 minutes) bound for 'Park Place via Ogiwara' then walk 5 minutes.

      Accommodation

      Find your accommodations in Oita and make an booking here.

      You can spend great days
      in Oita until the next match.

      ITINERARIES
    • {{days[2]}} Game tokyo

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      tokyo

      Tokyo Stadium

      The opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup will be held here on November 20, 2019. Although the stadium is not far from the heart of Tokyo, it is surrounded by rich nature which gives it a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The rounded roof covers the seating area for comfortable watching, and many facilities are available.

      Address

      376-3 Nishimachi, Chofu, Tokyo 182-0032

      Completed

      2000

      Capacity

      49,970

      Access

      About 13 minutes from Shinjuku Station (¥240) or about 30 minutes from Shibuya Station (¥240) to Tobitakyu Station on the Keio Line and then approx. 5 minutes on foot from there to the stadium.

      Accommodation

      Find your accommodations in Tokyo and make an booking here.

      You can spend great days
      in Tokyo until the next match.

      ITINERARIES
    • {{days[3]}} Game toyota

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      toyota

      City of Toyota Stadium

      This unique stadium has several features, such as the retractable roof which folds like an accordian! The stadium can entertain up to 45,000 people.

      Address

      7-2 Sengokucho, Toyota, Aichi Prefecture 471-0016

      Completed

      June 2001

      Capacity

      45,000

      Access

      About 50 - 60 minutes from Nagoya Station (¥760 - 920) to Toyotashi Station and then approx. 15 minutes on foot from there to the stadium. Or 17 minutes on foot from Shintoyota Station on the Aichi Loop Railway.

      Accommodation

      Find your accommodations in Toyota, Aichi, and make an booking here.

      You can spend great days
      in Toyota until the next match.

      ITINERARIES
    NEXT MATCH

    SURROUNDING SPOTS

    • Bathing at a Japanese Hot Spring
      Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Visit an Onsen Theme Park in Machida/Yokohama SEE MORE DETAILS

      Hot springs have been a favorite tradition in Japan for a long time. No matter the season in Japan, a good bath is essential to soothing a hard day’s worth of work. And regardless of age, many visit hot springs for the countless health benefits.

    • Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Enjoy a Relaxing Cruise under the Night Sky SEE MORE DETAILS

      Explore the popular night spots of Yokohama city from a cruise boat!

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Take a Japanese ceramics lesson in Yokohama SEE MORE DETAILS

      Make your own original cup learning ceramics, one of Japan’s traditional cultures, from a kind teacher in Yokohama. It is possible to send your finished product to your home later by mail (need extra packing fee and postage).

    • Touring Business and Shopping Districts on Foot

      Yokohama, Chinatown and Japanese Garden Walking Tour SEE MORE DETAILS

      Explore the largest Chinatown in Asia with a 150-year history where you can enjoy a wide variety of authentic Chinese food. Also, enjoy a spacious Japanese garden with traditional Japanese-style buildings of historic importance.

    • Enjoying Japanese Cuisine

      Enjoy 3 kinds of ramen noodles in Yokohama SEE MORE DETAILS

      Enjoy 3 kinds of Ramen noodles, Cup noodles, Chinese noodles, and Japanese ramen noodles while walking in Yokohama bay area!

    • Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Tour the hot steam Hells of Beppu city! SEE MORE DETAILS

      Beppu city is one of Japan’s leading hot spring resorts and popular sightseeing place on Kyushu island. In this day tour you will visit the 8 hot spring Hells – the best attraction in Beppu – as well as beautiful natural scenery around the city.

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture
      Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Explore Kunisaki peninsula with a 1-day bus tour from Beppu SEE MORE DETAILS

      This one day bus tour departs Beppu and takes you to the Kunisaki peninsula, where you will visit Usa Jingu Shrine, the 9 Buddha statues of the Maki Odo temple as well as a 6.8 meter tall Buddha statue at Kumano Magaibutsu temple.

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture
      Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Shore Excursion to Takachiho in Miyazaki with a Private Car SEE MORE DETAILS

      Explore the best sights in Miyazaki prefecture with this 6 hr private car tour that departs from Hososhima Port and takes you to Amanoiwato Shrine, the Amano Yasukawara Cave, Takachiho Gorge, Takachiho Shrine and the Kunimigaoka Observatory!

    • Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Shore Excursion Around Miyazaki Prefecture for 6 Hours! SEE MORE DETAILS

      Enjoy touring around Miyazaki prefecture with a car for 6 hours! This tour program is accompanied with an English speaking tour guide, who will take you to visit famous historical places in Miyazaki city for a wonderful sightseeing experience!

    • Enjoying Japanese Cuisine
      Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Enter a samurai residence & have lunch with tea, Miyakonojo SEE MORE DETAILS

      Experience a real time-slip trip to the roots of traditional Japan by entering a traditional farmhouse and having a delicious Japanese lunch with green tea, while dressed in a kimono! All of this in Miyakonojo city, Miyazaki!

    • Enjoying Japanese Sake
      Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Sake Tasting SEE MORE DETAILS

      Similar to what sommeliers do, ‘Kikizake’ (sake tasting) is an activity that involves guessing what brand of sake you are served blindfolded. In this activity, you will choose 5 kinds of sake out of the 20–30 sake varieties available, and enjoy sampling the different tastes of each one.

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo SEE MORE DETAILS

      This is a wonderful cooking experience in Tokyo! You will have the opportunity to make traditional Japanese Wagashi sweets under the instruction of a local expert!

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour SEE MORE DETAILS

      Explore the renown Tsukiji fish Market with a professional, English-speaking tour guide! Watch the infamous Tuna Auction (optional add-on) in the early morning and explore the Tsukiji Fish Market afterwards in this extensive tour!

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable SEE MORE DETAILS

      View some live action at the Sumo Stable in Tokyo, where you can get a close-up view of Sumo training! Get an exclusive photo opportunity with Japan’s sumo wrestlers after their training!

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Make Old Tokyo Cut Glass in Sumida, Tokyo SEE MORE DETAILS

      Glass cutting and polishing (Edo-kiriko) is a Japanese tradition established in the first half of the 19th century. With this experience you can carve traditional patterns on your glass. Come and make your own Edo-kiriko!

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture
      Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Discover Aichi’s traditional porcelain and Toyota’s industry SEE MORE DETAILS

      In this cultural and educational day trip from Nagoya you will learn why Aichi prefecture is the cradle of Japanese industrialization and manufacture. Learn the history of Setomono ceramics and Toyota’s technological development in a day tour!

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture
      Viewing Nature and Picturesque Scenery

      Discover the secrets of the female divers Ama & Mie’s pearls SEE MORE DETAILS

      The tradition of “Ama” (female divers) in Ise-Shima is more than 2000-year-old. In this cultural 1-night 2-day trip you will closely examine the unique Japanese Ama culture and will discover the secrets behind the production of Mie’s famous pearls.

    • Touring Business and Shopping Districts on Foot

      50% OFF Customized Nagoya Tour with a Local Guide SEE MORE DETAILS

      Explore Nagoya with a local guide, including Nagoya Castle, Oosu Temple, and other spots. I will guide you around for 2-3 hours depending on your preference and schedule, and introduce you to the meaningful culture of Japan!

    • Enjoying Japanese Sake

      Discover Japanese Sake Brewery near Nagoya SEE MORE DETAILS

      Visit Japan’s sake brewery to see the production process of sake. You can also taste, and buy varieties of sake. Located just 20 minutes away from Chubu International Airport and 45 minutes away from Nagoya railway station.

    • Experiencing Traditional Japanese Culture

      Enjoy Japanese Home Cooking and Tea Ceremony near Nagoya SEE MORE DETAILS

      This is a home visit with a Japanese cooking class not far from Nagoya. You can experience both Japanese traditional home cooking and local culture at the same time!

    MATCH VENUES AND SCHEDULES

    • 1.5 h ~ from Tokyo
      2 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool D 21 SEP 2019 – 13:45 Local time AUS AUS V FIJ FIJ
    • Pool C 22 SEP 2019 – 19:15 Local time ENG ENG V TGA TGA
    • 1 h 20 mins ~ from Osaka
    • 4 h 30 mins ~ from Tokyo
    • Pool D 25 SEP 2019 – 14:15 Local time FIJ FIJ V URU URU
    • Pool B 13 OCT 2019 – 12:15 Local time NAM NAM V RPW RPW
    • 40 mins ~ from Tokyo
      3 h 10 mins ~ from Osaka
    • Pool A 24 SEP 2019 – 19:15 Local time RUS RUS V SAM SAM
    • Pool D 29 SEP 2019 – 14:15 Local time GEO GEO V URU URU
    • Pool C 9 OCT 2019 – 13:45 Local time ARG ARG V USA USA
    • 1 h 10 mins ~ from Osaka
    • 2.5 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool A 20 SEP 2019 – 19:45 Local time JPN JPN V RUS RUS
    • Pool C 21 SEP 2019 – 16:15 Local time FRA FRA V ARG ARG
    • Pool D 29 SEP 2019 – 16:45 Local time AUS AUS V WAL WAL
    • Pool C 5 OCT 2019 – 17:00 Local time ENG ENG V ARG ARG
    • Pool B 6 OCT 2019 – 13:45 Local time NZL NZL V NAM NAM
    • 18 mins ~ from Tokyo
      2 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool B 21 SEP 2019 – 18:45 Local time NZL NZL V SAF SAF
    • Pool A 22 SEP 2019 – 16:45 Local time IRE IRE V SCL SCL
    • Pool C 12 OCT 2019 – 17:15 Local time ENG ENG V FRA FRA
    • Pool A 13 OCT 2019 – 19:45 Local time JPN JPN V SCL SCL
    • 1 h ~ from Tokyo
      2 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool A 28 SEP 2019 – 16:15 Local time JPN JPN V IRE IRE
    • Pool B 4 OCT 2019 – 18:45 Local time SAF SAF V ITA ITA
    • Pool A 9 OCT 2019 – 16:15 Local time SCL SCL V RUS RUS
    • Pool D 11 OCT 2019 – 19:15 Local time AUS AUS V GEO GEO
    • 3 h ~ from Tokyo
      1 h 50 mins ~ from Osaka
    • Pool D 23 SEP 2019 – 19:15 Local time WAL WAL V GEO GEO
    • Pool B 28 SEP 2019 – 18:45 Local time SAF SAF V NAM NAM
    • Pool A 5 OCT 2019 – 19:30 Local time JPN JPN V SAM SAM
    • Pool B 12 OCT 2019 – 13:45 Local time NZL NZL V ITA ITA
    • 1 h 10 mins ~ from Tokyo
    • 2.5 h ~ from Tokyo
    • Pool B 22 SEP 2019 – 14:15 Local time ITA ITA V NAM NAM
    • Pool C 28 SEP 2019 – 13:45 Local time ARG ARG V TGA TGA
    • Pool D 3 OCT 2019 – 14:15 Local time GEO GEO V FIJ FIJ
    • Pool C 13 OCT 2019 – 14:45 Local time USA USA V TGA TGA
    • 1 h 15 mins ~ from Tokyo
    • 2 h 40 mins ~ from Tokyo
      12 mins ~ from Osaka
    • Pool C 26 SEP 2019 – 19:45 Local time ENG ENG V USA USA
    • Pool A 30 SEP 2019 – 19:15 Local time SCL SCL V SAM SAM
    • Pool A 3 OCT 2019 – 19:15 Local time IRE IRE V RUS RUS
    • Pool B 8 OCT 2019 – 19:15 Local time SAF SAF V RPW RPW
    • 1 h 35 mins ~ from Tokyo
      1 h 10 mins ~ from Osaka
    • 4 h 50 mins ~ from Tokyo
      2.5 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool B 26 SEP 2019 – 16:45 Local time ITA ITA V RPW RPW
    • Pool C 2 OCT 2019 – 16:45 Local time FRA FRA V USA USA
    • Pool A 12 OCT 2019 – 19:45 Local time IRE IRE V SAM SAM
    • 1 h 40 mins ~ from Tokyo
      1 h 10 mins ~ from Osaka
    • 3 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool C 6 OCT 2019 – 16:45 Local time FRA FRA V TGA TGA
    • Pool D 13 OCT 2019 – 17:15 Local time WAL WAL V URU URU
    • 1.5 h ~ from Tokyo
      55 mins ~ from Osaka
    • 3.5 h ~ from Osaka
    • Pool B 2 OCT 2019 – 19:15 Local time NZL NZL V RPW RPW
    • Pool D 5 OCT 2019 – 14:15 Local time AUS AUS V URU URU
    • Pool D 9 OCT 2019 – 18:45 Local time WAL WAL V FIJ FIJ
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          • 6 OCT 2019
            13:45 Local time
            NZL NZL V NAM NAM
            tokyo
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            • 21 SEP 2019
              18:45 Local time
              NZL NZL V SAF SAF
              yokohama
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                • 12 OCT 2019
                  13:45 Local time
                  NZL NZL V ITA ITA
                  toyota
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                          • 2 OCT 2019
                            19:15 Local time
                            NZL NZL V RPW RPW
                            oita