The only things I really remember about this game are that it was really hot (so hot that home plate ump left the game with heat sickness), long, and Japan looked overwhelmingly outmatched at times (they also rushed a lot of infield plays because of Cuba's speed). And the power Cuba had was just amazing. Hector Olivera's homer in the first looked like it was going to be a simply fly ball to left, but the ball just kept carrying and landed more than a few rows back beyond the left field wall. The only pitcher that really looked like he was in control was Tomoyuki Sugano, and even he gave up 3 runs (solo shot and a 2-run shot).
In any case, here are the photos I took from the game. Incidentally, there was another Yuki Saito outing that drew a much larger number of people than the last time. There were also a couple of guys sitting a few rows back behind me... One of them was drunk and the other sober, together they made a fairly funny boke-tsukkomi group (it's when one guy of plays dumb while the other corrects him).
Introduction of the umps.
Cuba's roster introduced.
And here's Japan...
And another shot of Japan...
Players meet in the middle of the field and then break.
The scoreboard before the start of the game.
Hector Olivera #12 about to touch home plate after his 2-run home in the first.
Daichi Suzuki #5 trotting home after his 3-run homer in the second inning.
Jose Abreu #79 trying to score in the 3rd inning and getting thrown out at home instead.
Tatsuya Oishi #15, lightly throwing the ball around in the bullpen.
The player Japan still can't seem to get enough of: Yuki Saito #1.
Hayata Ito #9 slides home safely in the 9th inning.
Final view of the scoreboard.
You can see the rest of the images I took (about 60 in all) at my WUBC: Japan vs Cuba album.