This is the moment 15,000 Japanese locals sang the Welsh national anthem.
World Cup fever has gripped the southern Japanese city of Kitakyushu as thousands of people attended an open training session for the Welsh Rugby team.
The city of Kitakyushu has provided a warm welcome for Warren Gatland's team since their arrival.
Huge queues snaked around the 15,000 capacity Kitakyushu stadium - more than two hours ahead of the Wales squad's short journey from their hotel.
The players arrived to a sea of red shirts and a rendition of the Welsh National Anthem, which was later followed by the hymn Calon Lan.
Crowds also took part in a Mexican wave around the stadium as they watched the Welsh squad train.
Monday's scenes comes two days after the players arrival in the southern Japanese city, where hundreds of local school children greeted them at Kitakyushu International Airport.
The city centre meanwhile has been decked out in Welsh flags and "Go Go Wales" banners.