Italy took a 36-12 win over Japan as wing Marko Stanojevic claimed two first-half tries for the home side in a World Cup warm-up match in St Vincent.
The Azzurri started well and were 22 points up after as many minutes thanks to Stanojevic's scores, a try by fellow wing Kaine Robertson and the boot of full-back David Bortolussi.
There was an injury scare for Italy in the 27th minute when Ramiro Pez came off clutching his shoulder. The fly-half will undergo tests but his injury is not thought to be serious.
Tries in either half by prop Tatsukichi Nishiura and flanker Hare Makiri gave Japan hope but prop Andrea Lo Cicero and flanker Mauro Bergamasco added more Italian tries in the last quarter, both converted by Bortolussi.