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Scotland XV. Sri Lanka. Despite these extremely impressive figures, Japanese rugby was still isolated, and to an extent insular — the first rugby tours to Japan did not occur until the s.
Japan and Canada , had the first tour outwith the main "traditional" rugby playing nations. Japan toured British Columbia in , and Canada went on a tour of Japan in The Canadians ascribed their defeat to, "excessive entertaining, too many games in a short period, and the inspired play of the Japanese in front of the assembled nobility of Japan.
In , an Australian Universities side toured Japan, and lost to Keio and Waseda, in front of crowds of more than 20, After World War II, Prince Chichibu was honorary head of many athletic organizations, and was nicknamed the "sporting Prince" due to his efforts to promote skiing , rugby union and other sports.
He was "converted" to rugby after, JRFU president, Shigeru Kayama returned from a long sea voyage and was able to "market" the game to Prince Chichibu.
A statue of Prince Chichibu in a rugby uniform was erected there. In the later s and early s, the Fascistic Japanese regime tended to be hostile to the game, as it was seen as particularly foreign,  despite the fact that the Japanese royal family continued to support the game.
As a result, rugby was rebranded tokyu , meaning "fighting ball". The consequences of World War II would leave many Japanese players dead, with bombing destroying much of its physical infrastructure.
Japanese rugby made a surprisingly speedy recovery in the post-war period, despite massive damage to infrastructure, and the death of many players.
In the s, Japan was toured by two of England's major university sides. Oxford University toured Japan in , and , and Cambridge University toured there in Japan beat the Junior All Blacks 23—19 in In , England toured Japan.
The first tour by Japan of Great Britain was in Despite Japan's vast playing resources, it has a major problem in the lack of pitches, since Japan is highly urbanised and land is at a premium in the country.
The Japanese team are known for their speed and resourcefulness, [ citation needed ] but have sometimes been at a disadvantage due to their smaller size compared to Southern Hemisphere and European players.
This is changing, however. Japan have not performed too well in the top ranks of the international game. In the world cups, their first victory was over Zimbabwe , who had qualified partly as the African representative South Africa was excluded due to their racist apartheid regime.
There is also a statue of a scrum capped rugby player outside the Olympic Stadium. Statues of sports people are relatively rare in Japan.
Japan gave Wales a fright in losing by a slim five-point margin, 24—29, at Cardiff Arms Park on 2 October On 28 May a strong Japan coached by Hiroaki Shukuzawa defeated an under-strength Scotland , missing nine British Lions on tour in Australia, for the first ever time at Chichibunomiya rugby stadium , 28— Sinali Latu at No.
Scotland missed an incredible seven penalties and refused the kicking tee which was generously offered — as a surviving video of the game shows.
The Japanese have traditionally been strong proponents of amateurism in rugby union, but traditionally many of their teams have been run by major corporations, and that the players as employees of these companies were guilty of a form of " shamateurism ".
Other top international players in Japan, including the Tongan international Sinali Latu have ended up playing for the Japanese national side, while a whole range of top internationals such as Norm Hadley and Joe Stanley have become employees of various Japanese companies.
The problem is the top officials won't admit it, because the decision makers all went to the same three or four universities and they don't want to give their power away.
The university system is based on poor traditions, poor practices and poor training. Davies points out that the top university clubs have upward of players, so a lot of students don't get any meaningful playing time in their first two years--or in some cases ever.
It's just mind-boggling the ignorance of the people who run the game. I am still having the same conversations I was having 30 years ago.
But look at the way it has put in foreign coaches at schools and established academies at the J. League clubs to ensure young players are getting good coaching and have a pathway to the top," he explained.
Davies said he watched a university game recently that was so bad he wrote to the JRFU to express his disgust. Most of the time what they did was illegal but they were allowed to carry on and no one will stand up and say stop.
It's no wonder Japan can't produce a flyhalf, as the Meiji No. Davies said one way to do this would be for properly qualified foreign development officers to be installed at the universities and for links to be set up between the colleges and companies.
Davies is currently in talks to continue with the Reds but is keen to work full time in Japan again. It would take even less time now because the players are more physical," he said.
In , Japan wing Daisule Ohata set a world record for rugby union test tries, scoring the 65th one of his career against Georgia,.
In November , veteran Suntory Sungoliath wing Hirotoki Onozawa became the first player to score tries in the Top League, which marked its 10th season this year.
The prolific wing has also scored 53 tries in test matches, the second-highest total among Japanese players. Onozawa said his secret for scoring tries was very simple.
That's all there is to it," he said. Onozawa, 34, is known for his consistency. Over the past nine seasons, he has crossed the try line 91 times in games, grabbing the top try scorer award twice.
His relentless desire to improve shows no sign of fading. Suntory head coach Naoya Okubo, who played for Suntory with Onozawa, has witnessed Onozawa's development since he broke into the team.
Several Japanese players have played on foreign teams. Tanaka will play for the Highlanders. Horie will return to Panasonic for next year's Top League season.
Famous foreign rugby players, particularly from New Zealand and Australia, have earned good money at the of end of their careers playing in Japan.
Among those who have come to Japan are George Gregan, a former coach of Australian national team who played for the Suntory Sungoliaths, and Stephen Larkham, a half back on the Australian national team.
The Top League kicked off the season with three players and a coach from the Springbok side that won the Webb Ellis Cup. A fourth member of the world champions, Jaque Fourie, announced this week he would join up with Panasonic formerly Sanyo Wild Knights in November At one stage Fourie was set to link up with another Springbok, Peter Grant, at Kobe Kobelco Steelers, but the year-old opted to renew his contract with the Stormers, whom he will rejoin, along with Grant, once the Japanese season is over.