If you are a vulture for a bit of culture, Japan certainly won’t disappoint – it’s an historical playground of fantastic experiences.
From the temples and Shinto shrines and castles in Kyoto, with their traditional Zen gardens to the remarkable Geisha in their dazzling Kimonos, there is a dazzling array of colours, passions and history to explore.
And that’s not all, if you love food, then Japan is a heaven. From delightful sushi to tempura to noodles, if you are a rugby-loving foodie, look no further than this. Add in music, history and state of the art cities and transport and there is something for everyone.
Our ticket-inclusive packages will not only guarantee you the matches you want to see but also open up endless opportunities to explore a wonderful country.
Tokyo National Museum
The museum hosts one of the largest collections of art and archaeological artefacts in Japan, with up to 110,000 individual items included. The museum is split into six different buildings which each specialize in a different type of art.
Access to the museum couldn’t be simpler! It is just a five minute walk from Ueno Station.
Fortunately, half of the tournaments are held in Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan. So, if you're around Kogugikan during between September 8 and September 22, be sure to keep an eye on the sumo schedule and look into getting yourself some tickets for the September Tournament!
It is a must-see experience and another major event you can tick off your bucket list.
Tsukiji Fish Market
There is a whole selection of fish to choose from, from the abundance of stores in and around the market – they even sell sea urchins!
*Please note that these activities are not included in our packages, endorsed by or supported by us and may have a cost attached to them to participate.