Rugby World Cup “Fan Zone” released in Tokyo September 20 6:30
The Rugby World Cup Japan Tournament starts on the 20th. Prior to the opening of the event, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government released a “Fan Zone” where rugby can be enjoyed through live games during the tournament.
In this tournament, there will be 16 “Fan Zones” in 12 host cities nationwide, including free event venues where live games will be broadcast and rugby attractions will be introduced.
Tokyo plans to establish two “fan zones” in Chiyoda-ku and Chofu-shi. On the 19th, the venue in front of Yurakucho Station in Chiyoda-ku was released to the press.
On the first floor of the three-story venue, about 1500 people, including standing up, can watch the game on a large screen. In addition to explanations by former players, they can also enjoy beer and local cuisine from the participating teams. I can do it.
There is also a space on the second floor that prohibits drinking, so that families can watch with confidence.
The venue in front of Yurakucho Station means that all 48 games of the tournament will be broadcast live.
Governor Koike, who visited the venue, said, “The content has been devised so that everyone can enjoy it, and it is packed with highlights, but having a good game for the representative of Japan will lead to the best excitement. "