Rugby World Cup Organizing Committee Secretary General and Governor of Tokyo Confirmation of Cooperation at Tokyo Olympics and Para November 25, 19:25
Rugby World Cup Organizing Committee Secretary General Akira Shimazu and Governor Koike of Tokyo will meet to close this month, and we will continue to collaborate in order to make use of the success of this tournament for the next Tokyo Olympics Paralympics. Confirmed.
The Japan Rugby World Cup Japan Tournament, which was the first time in the history of the Japan National Team, was held from September 20th to 2nd of this month, and 8 of these games were held in Tokyo.
On the 25th, Secretary General Akira Shimazu of the Organizing Committee visited the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and met with Governor Koike.
Among them, Secretary-General Shimazu said, “The tickets we prepared were also 99.3%, and the games were very full with almost all seats. Thanks to the support of people from all over Japan, including Tokyo.” I expressed my intention.
On the other hand, Governor Koike said, “The 12 venues managed well under various weather conditions and were helpful in many ways.
We also confirmed that we will continue to collaborate in order to utilize the success of this Rugby World Cup for next year's Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.