Beauden Barrett, who played for the top league Suntory this season, has left the team after being named the World Player of the Year for New Zealand rugby.
Beauden Barrett is a standoff with skillful passes, kicks and speed.
He has also been active in the New Zealand national team, nicknamed "All Blacks," and has been selected twice as the World Player of the Year.
This season, he played in the top league Suntory, scoring the most "128" points in the league in the regular season and "40" points in three games in the playoff tournament, which greatly contributed to the team's runner-up.
According to Suntory, Barrett has been transferred to New Zealand's "Blues", which is competing in the world's highest peak "Super Rugby", with a contract for this season only.
Having already left Japan and joined the team to which he was transferred, Barrett said, "It was a short time, but playing at Suntory was the happiest time in my rugby life. I would like to come back someday to win the championship. Thank you for your cooperation. "