Every big sports event needs a mascot but the 2019 Rugby World Cup that will be held in Japan will have two: when it comes to mascots and characters, the Japanese just can't stop at one! So meet the Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Ren-G Mascots, a pair of cute lions coming with their rich, long manes in traditional white and red colors. They are called "Ren" and "G," respectively, and with these figures are ready to sit on your desk or any other spot around your house or office, reminding you of the 2019 event and the host country.
The design of the pair is far from random: these lions, called "shishi" in Japanese, feature in Kabuki and Noh theater: the one with the white mane (Ren) is the father and the one in the red (G) is the cub, and their spectacular spinning-mane dance is one of the highlights of Kabuki. So with these Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Ren-G Mascot Figures, you don't just get a souvenir from an amazing sport event but a piece of Japanese culture, too.
The Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Ren-G Mascot Figures features: