Rugby World Cup Irish national team welcomed Chiba September 13 21:21
At the Rugby World Cup, which will open on the 20th of this month, the Irish welcome ceremony was held in Chiba City, the world's first strongest enemy of the first league in Japan.
Irish players will visit Japan on the 12th and camp in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture for the tournament.
On the 13th, a welcoming ceremony was held in Chiba City, near the campsite, and after the performance of Kagura by locals, hats and medals were presented to commemorate their participation in the tournament.
And on behalf of the team, captain Rory Best said, “Thank you for the warm welcome. I look forward to fighting Japan very much.”
Also, Jonathan Sexton, one of the world ’s best command towers and standoffs, said, “I ’m happy to be warmly welcomed in a hospitality country. I was talking.
In the World Cup, Ireland will play against Japan in Scotland on the 28th, followed by Japan in the second match on the 28th.