Miyaichi says playing against Nagoya Grampus on July 22 will be a real highlight.
“At the end of the season I was there for a month. It is not too big, it is maybe the fourth or fifth biggest city in Japan, and it’s quiet and has a lot of traditional things there. There’s good food and it’s a great city.
“Obviously a lot of people have been texting and calling me, saying, ‘I want tickets’! It is quite a good moment for me and I want to show my quality for everyone in Japan.”