Wales kick off their RWC campaign on Monday September 23 against Georgia in Toyota. They then face Australia six days later in capital Tokyo on Sunday September 29 followed by the clash against Fiji in Oita on Wednesday October 9. Wales' final Pool D encounter will take place on Sunday October 13 versus Uruguay.
The general ticket application period which runs until 23:59 JST on 12 November, is the first opportunity for anyone who is not a member of a priority group to apply for tickets via www.tickets.rugbyworldcup.com All applicants will need to set-up or already have a ticketing account accessed via the same website.
With applications outstripping supply for the priority phases run to date, fans are urged to use the traffic light indicator on the ticketing website to give themselves the best-possible chance of securing tickets. Tickets are available for all categories and all fixtures across the entire tournament.
World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont said: "It is very encouraging to see such strong demand for tickets during the early sales phases. The level of interest creates a great sense of momentum going in to the general public ticket sales period starting today. Fans across the world will have the opportunity to get their hands on match tickets across all 48 fixtures in what promises to be a very special Rugby World Cup."
Rugby World Cup 2019 will be the first time the tournament will be held in Asia and is on-track to deliver a strong and lasting participation and audience legacy for rugby in the host nation and across the world's most populous and youthful continent.
With the tournament just 12 months away the WRU has announced a unique partnership with the city of Kitakyushu where the squad will base themselves upon arrival in Japan. The on-going community engagement programme and backing from the city will see Wales head to Toyota for their first game on September 23rd 2019 full of support.
Wales' 2019 Rugby World Cup preparations will see Warren Gatland's side face back-to-back fixtures against both England and Ireland next summer
Wales' 2019 summer fixtures:
(KO time and broadcast details TBC)
England v Wales (Twickenham) Sunday August 11.
Wales v England (Principality Stadium) Saturday August 17.
Wales v Ireland (Principality Stadium) Saturday August 31.
Ireland v Wales (Aviva Stadium) Saturday September 7