School Rugby Tours To Japan

A school rugby tour to Japan is an exciting opportunity to experience Japanese culture, learn more about their rich history and play top class rugby against welcoming hosts. Rugby in Japan has grown a lot in recent years and with the country hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2019, there has never been a better time to visit this inspiring destination on a bespoke school rugby tour.

Our tours visit amazing cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka each with its own identity and history. The bustling metropolis that is Tokyo with its countless neon lights and shops is a stark contrast to Kyoto with its beautiful temples and gardens.

The rugby standards in Japan are constantly improving and we arrange matches that are highly competitive across all levels of rugby. Japan has outstanding facilities for training sessions and matches and there are plenty of great accommodation options to suit all budgets. We will also include a Q & A session with an expert for your team to learn about how Japanese rugby is continuing to develop.

Other highlights include a ride on the Bullet Train, a visit to Osaka Castle, Traditional Japanese Performances, The Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, a boat trip down the Hozugawa River and a calligraphy lesson led by a Japanese master of calligraphy.

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​Day 1 - Overnight flight to Tokyo

Day 2 - Arrive in Tokyo and explore

Day 3 - Training session and Q & A on Japanese Rugby

Day 4 - World Cup Stadium Tour and First Fixture

Day 5 - Explore Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and Mount Fuji

Day 6 - Temple visit and watch professional Match

Day 7 - Transfer to Kyoto and Second Fixture

Day 8 - Explore Kyoto and temples

Day 9 - Third Fixture and Calligraphy Lesson

Day 10 - Boat Trip and Explore Kyoto

Day 11 - The Golden Pavilion & Traditional Performance

Day 12 - Bullet train to Osaka and visit Osaka Castle

Day 13 - Fourth fixture and free time in Osaka

Day 14 - Morning Shopping and overnight flight home.

Day 15 - Arrive home


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  • ​Four competitive fixtures
  • Training sessions
  • Bullet Train
  • Osaka Castle
  • Traditional Japanese Performances
  • The Golden Pavilion in Kyoto a
  • Boat trip down the Hozugawa River
  • Calligraphy lesson 
  • Q & A on Japanese Rugby
  • Mount Fuji
  • Tokyo
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