Last year's Rugby World Cup economic ripple effect was 646.4 billion, the largest ever in the history of the Games June 24 at 18:10
The economic ripple effect of the Japan Rugby World Cup tournament held last year was 646.4 billion yen, the largest in the history of the tournament due to consumption by foreigners and maintenance of the game venue.
This analysis was done by a private company contracted with the Games Organizing Committee.
As a result, the Japan Rugby World Cup tournament has been held in 12 cities across Japan for 44 days since September last year, Japan has reached the first 8 best, and the number of social media video views has exceeded 2 billion times. I got a lot of interest.
In addition, about the economic ripple effect on the domestic, more than 240,000 people from overseas came to watch games, spending more than 680,000 yen per person for lodging and eating and drinking I was born.
In addition, we have calculated that the development of the competition venue will be 120.1 billion yen, which is more than 200 billion yen higher than the forecast before the tournament as a whole, reaching the largest ever in the history of the tournament, which is 646.4 billion yen.
Looking at each host city, the largest was Tokyo, where the opening ceremony was held, at 175.7 billion yen, Kanagawa prefecture at which the finals were held at 40 billion yen, and Osaka prefecture at 39.1 billion yen.
A person in charge of the company who analyzed the analysis said, "The watching tickets were almost sold out and the economic effect was strongly generated. It is speculated that the visitors to Japan who experienced not only sightseeing but also moving games had a better impression on Japan, It may lead to inbound effects in the future."