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Rugby World Cup: What next for Japan's Brave Blossoms?

BBC Sport Sunday, 20 October 2019
After being served a reality check by South Africa, can Japan translate the fervour around their World Cup run into yet more progress on the world stage?
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News video: 'Brave' new world as Japanese rugby blossoms

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Most Japanese had little time for rugby a few weeks ago, but Japan’s rugby team is aiming to make more history at the Rugby World Cup on Sunday.

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