It looks like it wasn't just Irish fans who were overjoyed at Japan's deserved victory over the Springboks. It seems that the Japanese fans are being treated like kings all across Wales and England.
Japanese fans are being applauded wherever they go, from Springbok fans, Welsh fans, English fans, and many more. There are some great stories out there already, and we'll be updating this with even more, once some Irish fans in Cardiff tell us their stories:
World Cup highlight so far: The mighty roar and spontaneous applause in the Millennium Stadium press room after Japan's final try. Wonderful
— Rory Keane (@RoryPKeane) September 19, 2015
Train pulls into Brighton, SA fans insist Japan supporters get off first, give them a guard of honour and cheer them off. Amazing day.
— Olly Barratt (@ollybarratt) September 19, 2015
Round of applause as Japan captain Michael Leitch and coach Eddie Jones enter the press conference.
— Ben Coles (@bencoles_) September 19, 2015
A group of Japan fans walked into Cardiff hotel lobby this morning. Everyone else broke into applause at the sight of the jerseys. #RWC2015
— Murray Kinsella (@Murray_Kinsella) September 20, 2015
Got off train at Paddington. As we approach the stairs etc to the Underground, 2 Japan Rugby fans appear. Concourse breaks into applause...
— Gandermonium (@Gandermonium) September 19, 2015
Just watched a group of Japanese walk through the crowds in #Cardiff centre to a round of applause and high fives, awesome! #rugbyworldcup
— Anthony McKenna (@myopcorsa) September 20, 2015
This is what is happening in the stadium right now. Japanese fans crying, Springboks fans embarrassed. pic.twitter.com/OHsMxKVQv7
— Dean Oelschig (@DeanOelsch) September 19, 2015