PLUS both semi-finals
16 – 29 October 2019
11 Nights / 12 Days in Japan
Overview of the Teriyaki Tour
Our Teriyaki Tour includes the two Tokyo based Rugby World Cup 2019 quarter-finals and both semi-final matches, all with official match tickets.
Now Ireland are Grand Slam Champions and ranked second in the world there is genuine belief that this team will be the first Irish team to progress beyond the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals. We share this belief and our Teriyaki Tour matches this belief.
Over 12 days you will experience stunning Japan including travelling along the ancient Samurai Way. Travelling on the famous Bullet trains as well as our executive coaches the tour highlights include Tokyo, Kyoto and Nagoya. A number of excursions (ancient shrines, monuments, heritage sites etc) with our bilingual guides are included within the Teriyaki Tour package price. The language barrier should not be underestimated and our bilingual guides will help you to truly connect with the Japanese people and their culture.
We have also included a number of sociable lunches / dinners throughout the tour.
Return international flights Dublin – Tokyo
Bullet train and Executive Coach Transfers throughout
4* hotels throughout
Breakfast served every day
Two lunches / dinners (ex drinks) are included
Official Category D match tickets to all four matches
*There will be a purely optional ticket upgrade programme and you will be notified when this becomes available
The language barrier (both written and spoken) should not be underestimated and that is why we have included so many great excursions with our bilingual guides. (See sightseeing tab for more info)
Rugby Legends joining you on tour (names to be confirmed over the coming months)
Tour Merchandise to include backpack and jacket
RWC 2019 Japan Guide
Japanese phrase booklet
Unbeatable customer service from our rugby travel professionals. From your first contact with us through to post tour we guarantee genuine and unbeatable attention to detail.
We only do rugby! We organise great rugby tours for supporters and teams and that is why we have been appointed as an Authorised Sub-Agent for Rugby World Cup 2019, Japan. Our previous official appointments have included Rugby World Cup 2011 and 2015 and The British & Irish Lions 2013 and 2017.
Single Supplement @ €2,950 per person
Travel Insurance: It is vital that you have travel insurance and we strongly recommend that you are covered from the time of booking as this may assist you in recovering monies paid in the unfortunate event of you having to cancel your trip. We offer travel insurance to Japan starting from €59pp. Please note that this is only available to residents of the Republic of Ireland.
Upgrade to Business Class or First Class flights: We can quote on request and supplements will apply. Subject to availability.
Personal expenses such as tips for meals, gratuities, telephone calls, beverages, all meals not mentioned under inclusions and anything else of a personal nature.
Friday 18 October 2019: TOKYO
Asakusa Kannon Temple & Nakamise shopping street
Akihabara Electric Town
Imperial Palace Double Bridge
Shibuya & Harajuku District
Wednesday 23 October 2019: KYOTO
* Please note that the final sightseeing itinerary is subject to change.
Here is a selection of photographs from our first site inspection in Japan. To view more head to our Japan Site Inspection Gallery.
TERIYAKI TOUR MATCHES
Want to book?
Online: Click the Book Now tab to enter the booking process where you can choose to pay later, pay a deposit or pay in full. All these options secure your tour place/s subject to receipt of monies. The semi-finals Bolt On can be selected as an optional extra at Stage 2 of the booking process. If you don’t wish to book online then simply email us your requirements at [email protected] or call us on + 353(0)61 624734 and we will be happy to help. View our Rugby World Cup 2019 terms and conditions.
YOUR TOUR LOCATIONS
VIEW OUR GUIDE TO RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019
Japan is a world apart. Full of culture and sights. Be prepared for your trip to Rugby World Cup 2019 with our excellent guide to Japan.