A dozen delights: The best attractions in the Japanese cities hosting the 2019 Rugby World Cup

On Saturday 18 May the Rugby World Cup’s second official ticket sale will begin at 10am UK time, so Netflights has identified 12 top attractions in Japan, one in each of the cities hosting the 2019 tournament, by analysing TripAdvisor and Instagram data. A land of compelling contrasts, where...

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By Mike Page Posted: 17/05/19 Updated: 17/05/19

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