Rugby World Cup “All Blacks” interacts with fans in Tokyo September 14 22:14
At the Japan Rugby World Cup tournament on the 20th of this month, the New Zealand national team aiming for the first time in three consecutive years attended the welcome ceremony held at Zojoji Temple in Tokyo and interacted with fans.
New Zealand players, known by the nickname “All Blacks”, attended a welcome ceremony hosted by the organizing committee of the convention at Zojoji Temple in Minato-ku, Tokyo, near Tokyo Tower on the morning of the 14th.
After the private ceremony, the players took commemorative photos and signed rugby balls and T-shirts at the grounds in response to requests from fans gathered at the venue.
The team completed the camp that was held in Sakai City, Chiba Prefecture for five days until the 14th, and was set off on the 15th, which means that some players go sightseeing and watching professional baseball games.
“Since it ’s been less than a week until the opening, it ’s best to concentrate on the first round. The chance to participate in the World Cup is rare. I'm glad to be at this place. "
A man with a family member who got the autograph of a player said, “I can't believe the World Cup will be held in Japan because I was playing rugby. I was talking.