- The Springbok rugby team are touring Japan as part of their preparations for the 2019 World Cup
- The players have been embracing the Japanese way of life and learnt how to make sushi this week
- Photos of the day were shared via social media and supporters are loving the team spirit
The 2019 Rugby World Cup kicks off soon and it will result in a demanding and stressful few weeks for the South African rugby team.
For now, it seems the players are taking things in their stride as they’ve been encouraged to unwind and relax during their downtime.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the rugby clinic they initiated at three different Japanese schools.
As the players learn to embrace the Japanese customs even more, they were invited to learn the art of making sushi.
Photos of the festivities were shared via Facebook on Wednesday and Bok supporters were lapping it up.
Briefly.co.za observed that the post attracted more then 2 000 likes from excited fans.
Lawrence Myburgh said, “Have fun boys. Looking forward to welcome you home.”
Eugene Diedericks added, “Awesome man. Have fun that side and all the best.”
Trevor Toth commented, “Awesome one chaps have fun on and off the field.thats what life's all about balance.”
Sandra Maritz responded, “Japan loves the Bokke, enjoy yourselves guys.”
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