|Full name||Yamaha Júbilo|
|Union||Japan Rugby Football Union|
|Location||Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan|
|Ground(s)||Yamaha Stadium (Capacity: 15,165)|
Yamaha Júbilo is a rugby union team based in Iwata, Shizuoka. The team came second behind Toshiba Brave Lupus in the second season of Japanese rugby's Top League (2004–05). They were coached by former All Black Grant Batty and Fijian player-coach Tabai Matson.
|Yamaha Júbilo squad|
|(c) Denotes team captain, Bold denotes player is internationally capped|
- Jerry Collins (flanker, number 8) - 2011–2013 seasons
- Micheal Kingsbeer - joined March 2007
- Brendan Laney (fly half, centre, full back) - joined March 2005
- Leon MacDonald (fly half, full back) - 2004–05 season
- Wataru Murata (scrum half) - retired at the end of the 2007–08 Top League season and became coach of the Japan national sevens team
- Nathan Williams (centre, full back)
- Takayuki Yonekura (hooker)
- Kevin Schuler - Director of Rugby
- Tabai Matson - Player and Head Coach
- Takanobu Horikawa - coach
- Waisake Sotutu - backs coach, player
- Simon Kerr - forwards coach
- Nomikos Vaporis, Constantine (Jan 6, 2012). Voices of Early Modern Japan: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life during the Age of the Shoguns. ABC-CLIO. p. 99. ISBN 0313392013. Retrieved June 12, 2015.
The Portuguese and their culture had some influence on Japanese clothing, accessories, food and language.
- "Yamaha Júbilo: The Team" (in Japanese). Yamaha Motors. Retrieved 26 August 2017.
- Toshiba, Yamaha set to do battle in Microsoft Cup final - Japan Times, January 31, 2005
- Yamaha rugby home page (in Japanese)