City of Toyota Stadium, Aichi Prefecture, Toyota City
City of Toyota Stadium offers a theatre-like feel with a unique, retractable roof that folds like an accordion. The venue that has a capacity of 45,000 has previously hosted the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2012 semi-final.
Things to do and see
Aichi Prefecture is seen to offer visitors the perfect mix of history, culture and technological advancements.
The prefectures capital, Nagoya, is the fourth largest city in Japan, after Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka.
How to get there
Situated between Japan’s two biggest cities, Toyota City is just over an hour from Tokyo by bullet train and just 50 minutes from Osaka.
From Shin-Osaka Station to Nagoya Station – 50 mins
From Sin-Osaka Station to Toyotashi Station – 1 hour 50 mins
Access via other Rugby World Cup 2019 host cities
From Sapporo City via New Chitose Airport – 1 hour 45 mins
From Iwate Prefecture, Kamaishi City via Hanamaki Airport – 1 hour 15 mins
From Oita Prefecture – 1 hour 10 mins
From Saitama Prefecture, Kumagaya City – 3 hours
From Shizuoke Prefecture – 2hours
From Kobe City – 2 hours 20 mins
From Fukuoka Prefecture – 4 hours
From Kumamoto Prefecture, Kumamoto City – 4 hours 14 mins