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Established
2015 (5 years old)

Sport
Rugby

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Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium
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Location
Tokyo, Japan

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Super Rugby

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14 Jun 19 Jaguares Super  52 - 10  Sunwolves
08 Jun 19 Stormers  31 - 18  Sunwolves
01 Jun 19 Sunwolves  19 - 42  Brumbies
25 May 19 Sunwolves  7 - 52  Melbourne Rebels
12 May 19 Brumbies  33 - 0  Sunwolves

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The Sunwolves (Japanese: サンウルブズ) – currently known as the HITO-Communications Sunwolves for sponsorship reasons – is a professional rugby union team and is Japan's representative team in SANZAAR's international Super Rugby competition. The team is based in Tokyo, Japan, but also plays some home matches in Singapore. They made their debut in Super Rugby in 2016.

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Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium (秩父宮ラグビー場 Chichibunomiya Ragubī-jō) (also called Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium) in the Aoyama district of central Tokyo is the spiritual home of Japanese rugby union and the headquarters of the Japan Rugby Football Union. Named for Prince Chichibu, the late brother of Emperor Hirohito, the venue is used mostly for rugby sevens and rugby union matches.

It will be demolished. The space will be used for a parking lot for the 2020 Summer Olympics, after the olympics a new baseball stadium will be built where Chichibunomiya stood in order to replace Meiji Jingu Stadium, since Meiji will be also demolished. The space of old baseball stadium will be used to build a replacement rugby ground.

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