The next stop on our Rugby World Cup guide is the prefecture of Oita on the southern island of Kyushu.
Jaybor experiences a sand bath in the town of Beppu and pays a visit to the famous City Spa Onsen with stunning views over the city.
We stop off for a feed in a traditional izakaya, which is a local Japanese pub that serves cheap food and great beer, before heading onto the 42k seater Oita stadium.
Oita will play host to two quarter-finals as well as three group stage matches involving New Zealand, Australia, Wales and Fiji.
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