Japanese rugby players are getting more opportunities to play on the international stage. The Brave Blossoms are perennial participants in the World Cup, the Sunwolves have joined the Super Rugby competition, and Sevens will make its debut as an official event at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The JRFU will step up its efforts to strengthen Japan’s representative teams and broaden its scope of operations so Japanese rugby can boost its international presence and thrill the sporting world while playing in the spirit embodied by our motto of “For all.”

Tadashi Okamura”
JRFU President

1 Friday, Sept. 20 Japan vs. Russia 19:45 Tokyo Stadium
14 Saturday, Sept. 28 Japan vs. Ireland 16:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
26 Saturday, Oct. 5 Japan vs. Samoa 19:30 City of Toyota Stadium
40 Sunday, Oct. 13 Japan vs. Scotland 19:45 International Stadium Yokohama

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