Wales have been convincingly beaten by an inspired Japan in the second Test, in Tokyo.
Winger Tom Prydie touched down for a Welsh try, to extend their narrow half-time lead.
The hosts hit back though with two tries of their own, outplaying an inexperienced Wales side in the second half.
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