Because they start their preparations for the World Cup in 19, england had been given a warm welcome Miyazaki.
England’s first full day in their training camp in Miyazaki was taken up by a community trip to a local high school, where a brass band played’We Will Rock You’ as the players sat on stage.
Countless children watched as fly-half George Ford exchanged goes with the ruler of the college group, trainer Steve Borthwick gave a short speech and before presents were exchanged.
“I said it is good to be here in Japan and we will do our very best in the World Cup. I thanked them for their support,” Borthwick said.
“The players will be enjoying it. It’s a training camp in Miyazaki. I know that from my experience training with Japan at the World Cup.
“You couldn’t have asked for better facilities as well as the players have appreciated how we have started.
“The very first time period is going to be spent recovering from the travel because there’s the jet-lag factor.
“Then we’ll have another push in terms of our fitness. We’ll concentrate on our conditioning to another couple of matches. We’ll go into game prep in the suitable moment.”
A delay leaving the airport on account of the fallout by Typhoon Faxai, which had battered the capital the night struck england’s coming into Tokyo on Monday.
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