Summer Tour 2020
Nine Night Break with Flights
Japan v England/ Nine Night Break with flights / ATOL Protected
Japan v EnglandNine Night Break with flights ATOL Protected
Re-live the thrills and spills of Rugby World Cup 2019™ when England make a return to Japan for a two-Test tour in July.
Eddie Jones and his team will return to the Land of the Rising Sun to face Japan in two fantastic Test matches in Oita and Kobe in 2020.
The Brave Blossoms were one of the most incredible highlights of the tournament, inspiring a nation with their passion, enthusiasm and wonderful skill. England will have to be at their very best to win the series so if you were inspired by Japan, its people and its culture, here is your chance to experience it all over again.
Each tour will have at least 20 travelling fans which will make an unforgettable experience.*
- Hotel accommodation
- Official match tickets
- Dedicated team
- Bullet train journey
- Return international flights
- Internal flights
- Welcome drinks
- Airport transfers
- Match transfers
Matches you'll see
The first Test will be at Oita Stadium on Saturday 4 July – the same venue where England dismantled Australia in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals – so there will be good memories for the England fans who will make the return trip.
The second Test will be in Kobe on Saturday 11 July. This fabulous city is great to explore and discover and you can be assured of a very warm and hospitable welcome from the locals when England complete their first ever summer tour to Japan.
To help make your experience as relaxed, comfortable and rewarding as possible, our expert team have selected these hotels to ensure great locations, comfort and style.
All hotels include bed and breakfast during your stay.
The cities you'll visit
England play in Kobe and Oita which will delight the senses and create many memorable travel experiences. If you loved Rugby World Cup 2019 and want another immediate Japan fix, this summer tour is a great way to re-live fantastic memories.
*We will let you know by 01 June 2020 should your tour not meet the minimum number required to go head.