The Rugby World Cup 2019 has come to Japan and is in full swing. Things are heating up for rugby fans around the world—but the action is even hotter for those lucky guests in Japan. From September 20th to November 2nd, international and local fans alike have a great chance to get up close and personal with the action.
At 1 OAK Tokyo, fans can marvel at the action and energy while relaxing a bit at this incredible rugby bar. 1 OAK Tokyo is a clean and modern bar with flair and service that will knock you down faster than a tackle. The nightlife at 1 OAK truly lives up to its namesake of “1 of a kind” and has survived waves of competition over the years only to continually emerge as the champ of the area.
This isn’t your usual rowdy bar just for sports nuts—it’s a luxurious club that also caters as a place for office workers, international travelers, and others who love rugby to come, relax, and enjoy the finer things a bar can offer. The Rugby Bar at 1 OAK Tokyo will be a specialized sports bar just for rugby fans for a limited time. And with sister bars in Las Vegas, New York, Mexico City, Southampton, and Los Angeles, you know you are in for a high-class experience.
Aside from 1 OAK’s rotation of renowned DJs, the Rugby World Cup Japan Official Sponsor “Heineken” has installed a huge 200-inch (3m x 4.5m) screen on the rooftop (3rd floor). On the 1st floor, enjoy the game on a giant screen with a state-of-the-art sound system—the same kind used at many opera houses! The first floor also doubles as the dance floor at 1 OAK Tokyo. But for now, it’s all rugby at this captivating center of nightlife.
The Rugby Bar Tokyo at 1 OAK is open from Friday, September 14th to Saturday, November 14th, so be sure to stop by and enjoy a cold one; it’s located on the 3rd floor at 5-10-25 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. And their entrance cover of 1000 yen includes one drink or food item. So, get ready to enjoy the Rugby World Cup 2019 in excellence.
An easy 5-minute walk from either Roppongi Station or Azabujuban Station.
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