Huge Lagerman appeared in Yokohama ahead of the Rugby World Cup September 19 20:04
With the opening of the Rugby World Cup on the 20th, a huge Lagerman monument has appeared in Yokohama, the venue for the game against Japan and the finals, and momentum is rising.
The Rugby World Cup Japan tournament will start on the 20th, and seven games will be held at the Yokohama International Stadium in Yokohama, including the Japanese match and the finals.
On the 19th, a huge Lagerman monument with a total length of 9 meters was set up in the plaza in front of JR Sakuragicho Station to make the tournament more exciting.
You could also pass under a lagerman suspended in the air, and you could see people shooting with the camera.
A woman in her 20s who was taking a photo said, “I hope many people enjoy the game in Yokohama.”
In addition, Rinko Park, located in the nearby Minato Mirai area, is scheduled to open the nation's largest fan zone starting on the 20th, with a large monitor for public viewing and a corner for tackle experiences. On the 19th, a former representative from Japan performed a demonstration.
The giant Lagerman monument will be set up until the final of November 2nd, and the fan zone will be held for 15 days, mainly on Saturdays and Sundays.