As Wales and Japan lock horns on Saturday at Millennium Stadium, we take a look on a few of the facts from the game.
* The countries have met on nine occasions. Wales lead the series 8-1.
* Wales' record win against Japan was a 98-0 success in Cardiff 12 years ago, while Japan boast a best of 23-8 in Tokyo during Wales' 2013 summer tour.
* Japan make their first Test match visit this weekend to play Wales in Cardiff since 2007.
* Wales have scored a total of 289 points during four previous Test match encounters at home against Japan.
* Japan's victory over Georgia in Tbilisi last weekend was their first win since Jamie Joseph took over as head coach.
* Ospreys' 18-year-old wing Keelan Giles will become the 11th youngest Wales international of all-time if he makes his Test debut off the replacements' bench on Saturday.
* Wales field just three starting XV survivors - full-back Liam Williams, scrum-half Lloyd Williams and back-row forward James King - from the team beaten by Japan in Tokyo three years ago.
* Wales are set for their biggest crowd of this season's autumn series, with more than 70,000 people expected at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.
* Leigh Halfpenny will start his first game on the wing for Wales this weekend since the 2011 World Cup.
* Only two Wales players - centre Jonathan Davies and lock Alun Wyn Jones - remain in the same starting positions against Japan that they filled in last weekend's victory over Argentina.