28 October 2012 Last updated at 17:42

Shane Williams in Japan - Part 1

BBC Wales's Scrum V reporter Gareth Charles visits Wales's record international try-scorer Shane Williams in Japan in part one of a two-part adventure.

The 2008 IRB International Player of the Year now plays semi-professional rugby at Japanese Division Two side Mitsubishi Dynaboars after the former Ospreys wing did a U-turn on his rugby retirement in June to sign for the Sagamihara side.

The 35-year-old discusses the difference in culture on and off the rugby field and why old Wales team-mate Luke Charteris could not have a bath in his new apartment.

In part two Gareth discovers that the arenas in which Williams now showcases his twinkle-toe magic is more village fete than Millennium Stadium .