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Why English rugby is so popular in Japan

Despite its aversion to a foreign culture, Japan is a country that has adopted quite a few things from the west – and particularly sports. From baseball to basketball, Japan seems to take fondly to certain hand-picked activities that come beyond its own borders. Surprisingly, rugby is one of those. In fact, English rugby is […]

We’ll use defeat in Japan to come back stronger just as the All Blacks did in 2011, says England’s Anthony Watson

The England and Bath full-back want to win, at club and international level

Exclusive: Gloucester face fight to ward off interest from Japan for Johan Ackermann

The Gloucester head coach signed an extension with the Cherry and Whites last May

Williams column: Riches of Japan spell big trouble for players in England and Wales

Growth of game in the Far East will leave unions short given selection criteria, writes Shane Williams

RFU chief says England tour of Japan could be moved to October

Bill Sweeney has said the RFU may look to rearrange fixtures into packed October and November schedule

Japan set to overtake Top 14 and Premiership to become No.1 destination

The Top League is attracting players from the world over – and that won’t stop says ex-Gloucester lock Tom Savage

Japan’s Top League comes calling for Wales star Hadleigh Parkes

Could a big payday be coming to the Wales centre?

The experimental England squad Eddie Jones could take to Japan

TRP proposes a 32-man squad we could all get excited to watch in the two-Test tour of Japan

Is Japanese rugby on the rise?

Rugby is not the most popular sport in Japan. However, it is worth watching say many sbobet fans in the country who have been flooding the arenas and watching their national and club teams shine on the pitch. Attendances in the country’s domestic leagues have been on the rise but what about the standard? Well, […]

Ben Youngs was exposed in Japan says Kyran Bracken

Kyran Bracken believes Eddie Jones made a mistake in only taking two scrcum-halves to Japan

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