Yokogawa Musashino Atlastars

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Yokogawa Musashino Atlastars
Full name Yokogawa Musashino Atlastars
Union Japan Rugby Football Union
Nickname(s) Atlastars
Founded 1946; 71 years ago (1946)
Location Musashino, Japan
Coach(es) Leo Lafaiali'i
Team kit

Yokogawa Musashino Atlastars is a Japanese rugby union team based in Musashino, Tokyo. They won promotion to the Top League for one season in 2008–09 being relegated that same season.


The team was founded as Yokogawa Denki in 1946.


Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Syunsuke Nukamori Hooker Japan Japan
Masahiro Suzuki Hooker Japan Japan
Akiyoshi Satou Hooker Japan Japan
Takashi Yamada Prop Japan Japan
Ryouta Sudou Prop Japan Japan
Noboru Fujita Prop Japan Japan
Hideyuki Sakao Prop Japan Japan
Masahiro Kobori Lock Japan Japan
Youn Kwon Woo Lock South Korea Korea
Tsuyoshi Yamazaki Lock Japan Japan
Kimihiro Naitou Lock Japan Japan
Osamu Arakawa Flanker Japan Japan
Cho Hyun Duk Flanker South Korea Korea
Pauliasi Taumoepeau Flanker Australia Australia
Jun Takenaka Flanker Japan Japan
Philip O'Reilly Flanker Japan Japan
Osamu Arakawa Number 8 Japan Japan
Player Position Union
Yoshiyuki Koike Scrum-half Japan Japan
Tadaharu Ikehara Scrum-half Japan Japan
Hideki Nishida Scrum-half Japan Japan
Fa'atonu Fili Fly-half Samoa Samoa
Matthew Brandon Fly-half Australia Australia
Kentarou Nagao Fly-half Japan Japan
Shinya Fujiyama Centre Japan Japan
Sione Tu'ipulotu Centre Tonga Tonga
Takashi Tanuma Centre Japan Japan
Takenori Ooishi Centre Japan Japan
Makoto Kasahara Centre Japan Japan
Makoto Nishi Centre Japan Japan
Yusuke Kikuchi Centre Japan Japan
Kouji Satou Wing Japan Japan
Shinnosuke Satou Fullback Japan Japan

Former players and coaches[edit]

Fa'atonu Fili Signed on 2 year deal with option of 3rd

External links[edit]