The 12-day jamboree marked 100 years since the Scout Association was formed by Lord Baden-Powell.
Japanese scouting was established in 1913 but was banned during the Second World War. The system is modelled on the British system and they follow the scout promise and law.
Warriors made sure they were part of the biggest event in the history of scouting by inviting the Scout Association of Japan to have an insight into the life of a Guinness Premiership rugby club.
Eighty scouts from four different troops were welcomed to Sixways Stadium and given a tour of the stadium that included going behind the scenes in the first team dressing room and gym, indoor centre, treatment rooms and onto the first team pitch.
Chris Townend, Marketing & Events Executive at Warriors, said: "It was a pleasure to have our Japanese visitors at Sixways Stadium for an afternoon and show them around the excellent facilities here at Warriors.
"Scouting is a great tradition that offers young boys and girls a great way to learn and meet people. Hopefully what they have seen at Sixways will have been of interest and we would welcome them back to see the Warriors in action in the future."