The Independent
Blood and sport: the samurai slashing that brought rugby to Japan
Yokohama, Japan | AFP | When 70,000 fans cram into Japan’s Yokohama stadium for the Rugby World Cup final, few will be aware of the area’s rich rugby history which stretches back more than 150 years and includes one of the world’s oldest clubs. It all started in the early 1860s …
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