The upcoming Rugby World Cup 2019 will be the first to be held in Asia. Also, this is the first time the Rugby World Cup has been held outside the sports convention center. In the past, Hong Kong and Singapore showed their interest in hosting the Rugby match. However, Japan finally won the offer and held the right to host the game. The upcoming RWC first and opening events will be held at the Tokyo Stadium in Chofu.
Meanwhile, the final match will take place at the Yokohama International Stadium in Kanagawa. The country that already has various international rugby stadiums immediately fixes itself to prepare its stadium facilities. The enthusiasm of Japan is also shown by the statement that Japan will build a national stadium since 2015, but unfortunately, this stadium requires processing time to complete and is ready for use after 2019. Although unused for the 2019 World Cup Rugby competition, this stadium is directly projected to host various matches sports at the Summer Games or the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
To welcome this international rugby sporting event, Japan uses 12 rugby stadiums spread across major cities in Japan. The spectacular venues are:
- Tokyo Stadium
- Yokohama International Stadium
- Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium
- Hanazono Rugby Stadium
- Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
- City of Toyota Stadium
- Sapporo Dome
- Oita Stadium
- Kumamoto Stadium
- Kobe Misaki Stadium
- Kumagaya Stadium
- Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium
Furthermore, to welcoming the 2019 Rugby World Cup which will be held in Japan, Mobility Networks Group will supply the electric wheelchair ramp for the Hato Bus Company. Hato Bus Company become a bus choice on the world mat. Mobility Networks Group is a multinational specialist in vehicle accessibility products. Back to the electric wheelchair, the automatic ramp on the bus will be used to support accessibility for passengers with wheelchairs. The electric wheelchair ramp bus can accommodate the tourists and at the same time can be used to help the crew when lifting heavy luggage.
This automatic ramp model is a collaboration between technicians at Passenger Lift Service or PLS and their colleagues at Vanhool and Hato Bus. Vanhool will install this automatic ramp with Hato’s second-tier bus in the second quarter of 2019. It is known that the 2019 Rugby World Cup will start on September 20, 2019, until November 2, 2019, in 12 public places in Japan. It has been imagined that surely the thrill of seeing live Rugby matches at this magnificent stadium in Japan. All the excitement is waiting for you!