A selection of top J.League Under-16 prospects will be in Malaysia on a training visit between August 23 and 31.
The squad, with players selected from MEIJI YASUDA J1 and J2 clubs, will make the trip to gain valuable experiences from the cultural exchange and playing matches against local opponents.
One of the main highlights of their trip will be the friendly against the youth team of Malaysia Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim FC.
The J.League have been actively sending their youth abroad for immersion, with an U-13 selection presently training in Thailand.
Meanwhile, the U-15s are soon scheduled to depart for Brazil in order to participate in the 18th Friendship Cup, marking the 11th straight year of J.League representation.