Whilst not as well established in the rugby playing world as the traditional European and Antipodean nations, Japan have had a national rugby union since 1926. Their first international test match came six years later in 1932 against Canada, and in the ensuing years Japan has established itself as the strongest rugby playing nation in Asia.
Not able to play as regularly as the more established sides on the world stage, Japan have still managed to reach each and every one of the eight World Cup tournaments held since the inaugural edition in 1987.
Whilst they have never progressed beyond the pool stages, the so-called 'Brave Blossoms' produced arguably the biggest shock in rugby history at the 2015 World Cup by beating South Africa 28-24 at the Amex Stadium in Brighton.
Keith Prowse can't guarantee such a seismic shock as part of our rugby corporate hospitality packages but there isn't much else which we don't provide. Our VIP rugby hospitality, after all, is designed to make every match day experience extra special.