Rugby World Cup Japan National Team today thanks parade Tokyo Marunouchi December 11 6:13
The representatives of the Japanese national team, who had the best-ever 8 best results in the Rugby World Cup Japan, will hold a parade on March 11 with gratitude for their support in Marunouchi, Tokyo.
At the Rugby World Cup, which ended on the 2nd of last month, the Japanese national team won a historic victory from Ireland, one of the winning candidates, and Scotland.
The representatives of Japan will hold a parade in Marunouchi, Tokyo with appreciation for their support from noon on the 11th.
According to the Japan Rugby Association, most of the 31 members including Captain Reach Michael, Keita Inagaki and Kenki Fukuoka participate in the parade.
The players will start in front of Yurakucho Electric Building and walk along Marunouchi Naka Dori to Maru Building.
This means that Jamie Joseph Head Coach, who will continue to conduct the national team, will not participate in the French tournament four years later.