The newly named Tokyo Sports Square (previously 1000 Days Theater) is sure to be a hit this 2019 Rugby World Cup season! This lively Tokyo Fanzone is bound to get everyone involved excited for the event. Enjoy food, drinks, and stage events while you watch the exhilarating matches on a large screen. It’s perfect for fans who can’t make it to the stadiums—or just want to experience something new. You won’t want to miss out on this rugby information transmission base as you’ll be able to access all the latest updates on your favorite teams. There is also an exhibit of uniforms, photo spots, and mascots. This three-story building is sure to become a name in Tokyo sports news; not only will it be a popular Fanzone for the Rugby World Cup but in 2020 it will also be used to broadcast news about the Tokyo Olympics.
One minute from Yurakucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line or Keihin Tohoku Line (Kyobashi Exit).
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