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View Now. Bronze Final - New Zealand v Wales. RWC - Finals day around the grounds. At the Rugby World Cup, Japan beat South Africa 34—32 in their opening Pool B match, producing arguably the biggest shock in the history of professional rugby union.
After a nervy opening night win against Russia ,  Japan went on to beat Ireland 19—12,  a huge upset and a result few predicted.
Their third group game against Samoa ended in another win, this time , while also securing a highly important bonus point for scoring four or more tries.
In the highly anticipated final group game against Scotland, both teams needed to win to progress to the knockout stages at the expense of the other.
The match went ahead despite pre-game worries that it would have to be cancelled due to the ongoing issues caused by Typhoon Hagibis.
The pre-tournament rules stated that if the typhoon was sufficient enough to intervene, the game would be cancelled, and the result declared a draw.
This controversial rule  would have allowed Japan to progress by default due to previous results. After final safety checks, the game was allowed to commence.
In a topsy turvey game, Japan edged out Scotland to register their second shock win of the tournament.
They also became the first Asian nation to top their group at a Rugby World Cup, and the first asian team to progress to the knockout stages. Japan played South Africa in the quarter finals.
South Africa were victorious by a score of Twelve stadiums have been proposed to host matches in . In , the Top League was created to improve the overall standards of Japanese rugby union.
It is Japan's first nationwide league and is a first step towards professionalism. So far the league is proving to be successful with many closely fought and exciting games, though attendances at games are generally not high and tend to be limited to diehard fans and company employees.
It is played between the top teams of the Top League. This is played at the end of the season and includes Top League teams, the top two universities and the champion club team.
The fifteenth annual clubs championship final was held on 17 February at Chichibunomiya between Tamariba Club and Rokko Seahawks and won by the former 21—0.
The winner Tamariba will enter the first round of the All-Japan championships. In only 4 teams competed in the playoffs; qualifying teams coming from regional university leagues.
From to there were 8 teams competing in the playoffs and finally expanding to 16 teams from onwards. All 47 of Japan's prefectures are represented, with four extra teams one from Hokkaido, one from Tokyo, and two from Osaka prefecture to make up the numbers.
It is a highly successful national schools championship, with over teams competing. As a team sport, rugby union is ranked fifth in the popularity ratings behind baseball , football , basketball and volleyball.
This reality is unlikely to change until Japan's national rugby union team becomes consistently successful on the world stage, especially at the Rugby World Cup.
At present rugby union is rarely seen on the terrestrial TV channels, and is mainly restricted to CS and cable subscription channels, which hinders its growth.
With Asia's relative weakness at rugby union, Japan struggles to get serious competition. The result is that Japan is caught in the middle: a big fish in the small pond of Asian rugby union, but still at present a relative minnow in the vast ocean of international rugby union.
The national team is also usually reinforced for the World Cup by one or two foreign-born players who qualify under World Rugby regulations.
The latest attack on Japan claims it is OK for Polynesians to play for Australia and New Zealand--the argument being the players are following lines of migration that have been opened for centuries--but it is not OK for a new generation to open new lines of migration.
I have lived in Japan for eight years and that's where my loyalties lie. Ryu Koliniasi Holani came to Japan at the age 15 on an academic scholarship.
On arriving at high school he was asked, "What do you play? All of the foreign-born players in the squad feel Japanese.
Ryan Nicholas said having people in Japan question his right to play for the Brave Blossoms was disappointing, bearing in mind he has lived in Tokyo for seven years.
But I guess the fact is I don't look Asian. I have shed a lot of blood and sweat for Japan and earned my right to play for them like anyone else.
It's not an issue within the squad. It was only down after the first half but collapsed in the second half as the players tired.
Japan was also humiliated by Wales, losing to them thanks to turnovers and missed tackles and again collapsing in the second half. In their last two game they made a respectable showing, losing to Fiji , going down in a tough fight, and coming with a last minute try and conversion to tie Canada in their last game.
Japan was ranked 18th in the world entering the tournament and was coached by John Kirwan, a former All-Black. The team was affected by decisions in which three non-Japanese playersa New Zealanders and two Australians that were earmarked to play to on the team were declared ineligible at the last minute.
Japan came very close to winning the Pacific Cup in June They beat strong teams from Tonga and Samoa, the eventual winners, but lost early to Fiji.
After the tournament Japan was ranked 12th in the world. In the same meeting England got the nod to host the event. It won the Pacific Nations Cup for the first time, in July, after defeating Fiji with a controversial try in injury time.
In it first game of the World Championships Japan gave former world champion France a run for their money before falling by the misleadingly lopsided score France jumped off to early lead with a couple of quick tries but then Japan fought back from to within four poinst with 20 minutes to go before France sealed victory with a couple more tris at the end.
In the second game Japan was killed by New Zealand, That game showed that Japan still had a long way to go if it wanted to play with big boys and win their respect.
In the third game Japan was soundly beaten by Tonga Japan finished the Rugby World Cup winless with a draw against Canada.
The only difference this time around was that Canada managed to pull level in the closing minutes rather than Japan, with Ander Monro scoring a late try and penalty to break Japanese hearts.
It was a game Japan should have won, as it led at halftime and with just six minutes left on the clock. But a couple of errors at key moments allowed the Canadians back into the game and ensured that Japan's long wait for a RWC win--its last and only one was in continues.
I had told myself not to get too emotional, but I did. I'm just so sorry for all the fans who have backed us.
I thought we had it. The Brave Blossoms were playing their fourth game in 17 days, while the Canadians--playing their third game--were coming off an eight-day break.