FEATURE-Rugby-Want beer at the World Cup? Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters
Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters.
By Jack Tarrant and Yoko Kono
TOKYO, June 11 (Reuters) - Beer vendors are a common sight at Japanese baseball games as they hurry up and down the terraces with sloshing containers strapped to their backs, and rugby fans will also be able to enjoy a taste of the country's unique sports viewing culture in September when the 'uriko' are unleashed at the World Cup.
Uriko have been a feature at Japanese sporting events for decades but are synonymous with baseball, the country's most popular sport.