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Toyota City is an industrial city east of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, central Japan, west of Toyohashi.

Toyota was previously known as Koromo until 1959, when the name of the city was changed to Toyota city to reflect the importance of the town’s major employer – Toyota Motor Corporation.

A 15 minute walk north from Toyota-shi Station brings you to the modernist Toyota Bridge and the 45,000 capacity Toyota Stadium, both designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa. Toyota Stadium plays host to some of the home games of J-League soccer team Nagoya Grampus. The banks of the Yahagigawa River (矢作川) are also a pleasant place for pick-up games of football, picnics and strolling.

Games in Toyota

Tokio Stadium

The City of Toyota Stadium is a 45,000-seat stadium with a retractable accordion-like roof. The stadium hosted the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup Japan semifinals and is home J. League club Nagoya Grampus and rugby union team Toyota Verblitz. The stadium is about 1.5 kilometers from Toyota-shi Station on the Meitetsu Mikawa Line.

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8Monday, Sept. 23DWales vs. Georgia19:15
15Saturday, Sept. 28BSouth Africa vs. Namibia18:45
26Saturday, Oct. 5AJapan vs. Samoa19:30
34Saturday, Oct. 12BNew Zealand vs. Italy13:45

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