Sat, Nov
03

International Rugby Japan vs. New Zealand

2:45pm
¥7,000 – ¥25,000

Japan’s “Brave Blossoms” meet the world champion New Zealand All Blacks in a one off game at Ajinomoto Stadium in Chofu.

The last time these two teams met was November, 2013, when the All Blacks put 54 points on the board against 6 to Japan. Japan is an improving force in world rugby and with the Rugby World Cup coming to Japan in 2019, they’ll be looking to put up a good show against the New Zealanders.

Tickets go on general sale from August 4th from 10am. Ajinomoto Stadium is a big stadium, but tickets are expected to sell fast as the All Blacks are a big draw.

Tickets start at ¥7,000 for seats behind the end goal and go right up to ¥25,000 for seats in the main stand.

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