Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde says his side’s World Cup victories over Australia and Georgia “will not a matter a bit” if they fail to successfully complete their Pool D assignment.
Wales are in pole position to reach the quarter-finals as group winners ahead of remaining games against Fiji and Uruguay.
If they make it a case of mission accomplished and retain a 100 per cent record, it sets up a potential last-eight appointment with France or Argentina.
The Wales players are enjoying time relaxing at a lakeside base in Otsu before full training starts again later this week.
Fishing and a boat cruise have been among the attractions, but their focus will soon switch entirely to facing Fiji in seven days’ time.