Rugby World Cup, the tournament that decides the world champion, will have its 2019 edition hosted by Japan. Toyota Stadium in Aichi Prefecture is among the 12 venues across the country, and will host a series of games. Join the crowds at this fabulous place and watch the fervorous world matches!


Toyota Stadium
Match Schedule

  • 1

    Wales V Georgia

    DATE :September 23rd (Monday - holiday), 2019

    TIME :7:15 PM

  • 2

    South Africa v Africa Winner 1

    DATE :September 28th (Saturday), 2019

    TIME :6:45 PM

  • 3

    Japan v Europe-Oceania Play-off Winner

    DATE :October 5th (Saturday), 2019

    TIME :7:30 PM

  • 4

    New Zealand v Italy

    DATE :October 12th (Saturday), 2019

    TIME :1:45 PM


Ticket Sales Information

Ticket Sales Information

Ticket Sales Information

For detailed information about ticket sales for matches held at the Toyota Stadium, please the RWC2019 Official Web Site
RWC2019Aichi・Toyota PR flyer
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RWC2019 Japan Tournament Ticket Sales Information

Ticket Sales Information


Toyota Stadium Basic Information

Address 7-2 Sengoku-cho, Toyota-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan 471-0016 (Toyota Stadium)
Toilet Available
Venue Toyota Stadium details page
Date September 20th (Friday) - November 2nd (Saturday), 2019
[Toyota Stadium Matches Dates]
September 23rd (Monday - holiday); 28th (Saturday); November 5th (Saturday); 12th (Saturday), 2019
Access by public transportation [Directions from Nagoya]
•By subway and Meitetsu Toyota Line: from Nagoya Station, take the subway Higashiyama Line and alight at Fushimi Station. Change trains to the Tsurumai Line - wait for the train bound to Toyotashi to avoid changing again at Akaike. Alight at Toyotashi Station and walk 15min (1.3km) eastwards via Route 342.
•By Meitetsu Nagoya Line: from Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the Meitetsu Nagoya Line bound for Chiryu and Toyohashi and alight at Chiryu. Change trains to the Meitetsu Mikawa Line, alight at Toyotashi Station and walk 15min (1.3km) eastwards via Route 342.
•By Aichi Loop Line: from JR Nagoya Station, take the Chuo Main Line bound for Nakatsugawa and alight at Kozoji Station. Change trains to the Aichi Loop Line, alight at Shin-Toyota Station and walk 20min (1.6km) eastwards via Route 342.
Access by car •Approx. 15min (5.8km) northeastwards from Toyota I.C. of the Tomei Expressway via routes 155, and 153, or; •Approx. 10min (4.2km) northwestwards from Toyota-Matsudaira I.C. of the Tokai Loop Expressway via routes 301, and 340.
Official Web Site Link

Rugby World Cup 2019 Official Web Site

Toyota City Rugby World Cup 2019 Venue Details

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Recommended Sightseeing & Experience Spots

A city waiting you to discover both its nostalgic and innovative attractions. Many will have the fixed impression that any talk about Toyota must be about the cars and the factories that make them. Located in the middle of Aichi and covering about 20 percent of the prefecture's total area, it's indeed a manufacturing and craftsmanship hub. But Toyota City is much, much more than that.

  • Kuragaike Park


    Kuragaike Park
    A family-friendly park equipped with sightseeing facilities surrounding Kuragaike Pond. Making the most of the rich natural environment of Aichi-Kogen Quasi-National Park, the vast grounds house a variety of appealing facilities.
  • Roadside Station


    Roadside Station "Michi-no-Eki" Donguri-no-Sato Inabu
    Roadside Station Donguri-no-Sato Inabu is a "Michi-no-Eki" (lit. "Road Station") located in the Inabu Area of Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. The onsen hot spring bath house Donguri-no-Yu, fresh produce and freshly-baked bread, and the Donguri Yokocho Market, offering a rich variety of local delicacies from the surrounding mountains, await visitors. With delicious food no matter the season, be sure to visit the mountain village of Inabu.
  • Matsudaira-go


    Matsudaira-go was the birthplace of the Matsudaira clan, said to be the origin of the Tokugawa family. In addition to Matsudaira Toshogu Shrine, there are many other historic sites connected with the Matsudaira clan, including Kogetsuin Temple, which is dedicated to the first Chikauji, and the Matsudaira Castle Ruins. There are also many wild-growing plants, so visitors can enjoy a variety of natural scenery throughout the four seasons, with cherry blossoms in spring, irises and hydrangeas in early summer, and bush clover and red maple leaves in autumn.
  • Asahi Kogen Genkimura Village


    Asahi Kogen Genkimura Village
    A multipurpose leisure facility on a highland elevation of 650 m. Enjoy various activities such as camping, barbecue picnics, a petting zoo, hands-on classes, and astronomical observations. In winter, kids can enjoy the Yukisori Ski Slope. A fun leisure spot at all seasons of the year.
  • Fuji-no-Kairo Wisteria Alley


    Fuji-no-Kairo Wisteria Alley
    Approximately 370 meters of walking paths lined by wisteria flowers, offering entrancing and beautiful views of the blossoms from late April to early May. A wisteria festival is held during Golden Week, when the wisteria flowers are in full bloom.
  • Korankei


    Korankei is famous as a location for fall foliage. The best time to see the foliage is from mid-November through late November, and there are many signature sights to see, including the iconic Tomoebashi Bridge. In spring, there is a lovely carpet of Asian Fawnlilies that covers the grounds. See also beautiful sights when the new greenery sprouts.
  • Obara Paper Art Museum Washi-no-Furusato


    Obara Paper Art Museum Washi-no-Furusato
    The Obara district has a native mountain forest and is known as a cradle of papermaking since ancient times. You can learn all about the charms of papermaking at the Washi Artwork Gallery, where you can enjoy papercraft art, and the Art and Craft Center, where you can try your hand at making paper. In spring see the native mulberry trees in bloom, and autumn will bring the four-season cherry blossoms Shikizakura simultanous to the season's characteristic foliage of maple trees.
  • Lake Mikawa (Mikawa-ko)


    Lake Mikawa (Mikawa-ko)
    The largest artificial lake in Aichi Prefecture, made to water the crops and cities of the region. Many people come to see the lake’s seasonal beauty. You can drive around the lake’s 16-km perimeter or enjoy cycling or hiking. There are rest stations, walking paths, bungalows, and camping grounds. You can also rent a boat for a leisurely ride or lure fishing.