WATCH: Japan players wade through flooding for captain’s run WATCH: Japan players wade through flooding for captain’s run
Typhoon Hagibis already making its presence felt as footage emerges of flooding WATCH: Japan players wade through flooding for captain’s run
Eliud Kipchoge makes history in Vienna with sub-two-hour marathon
Leinster let rip against Edinburgh

Japan’s Jiwon Koo, carries teammate James Moore in a flooded walkway at a stadium in Tokyo as the team practices ahead of their match against Scotland (Yuki Sato/Kyodo News via AP)

As Japan prepares for Typhoon Hagibis, the Brave Blossoms are keeping focused and continuing their matchday preparations as normal – or at least, as much as possible.

The Japanese Rugby Union this morning released a video showing players wading through flooding at a stadium in Tokyo as they take part in their final training before the match.

The video below shows players negotiate their way through thigh-high waters to get onto the pitch at Prince Chichibu Stadium:

Tomorrow’s game against Scotland is “increasingly unlikely” to go ahead according to local reporters, with World Rugby announcing they will make a decision as soon as possible.

RWC19 Podcast: Integrity at stake as World Cup blown off course. Ronan O’Gara on how Schmidt’s first XV has emerged

[marketing=iesportpodcast]

Eliud Kipchoge makes history in Vienna with sub-two-hour marathon
Leinster let rip against Edinburgh