The World Cup will take place between September 20 and November 2 2019.Meanwhile, England received a horror draw for the second straight Rugby World Cup when they landed in a tough pool alongside France and Argentina.
Scotland, who defeated Ireland in this year's Six Nations campaign, also beat the Irish in their only previous World Cup meeting in a pool match in Edinburgh in 1991.
He attended the draw at the Kyoto State Guest House with representatives of the other 11 qualified teams.
"I have never felt so fired up than I feel now", said Abe.
Assistant coach Ian Foster believes the All Blacks will face a stern challenge in pool play at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
South Africa will face the All Blacks in the pool stage for the first time in a blockbuster clash.
The All Blacks assistant says having South Africa in Pool B with them will give them a good challenge to prepare for the later stages of the competition.
While England face further bruising tests against either the United States or Canada, and Fiji or Samoa, New Zealand should encounter far less resistance before the knockout phase. "You have to win seven games to get there".
Schmidt takes his Ireland squad on a summer tour to Japan next month to play two Tests against the 2019 World Cup hosts.
"We are in a very tough group, and England and France will not be the only teams in that group to watch out for", said Argentina coach Daniel Hourcade.
Japan shocked the World Cup by upsetting South Africa 34-32 on the opening weekend, but had to face Scotland just four days later.
They said: "You've got to plan for those teams you're playing, do the homework, but at the end of the day, it's going to be all about how we play".
"That frustration can build up and what we need to make sure is that we create an environment where the players are comfortable with their situation". "The Rugby World Cup now comes in to sharper focus for everyone and it looks, from the draw today, like it's going to be another great tournament".
"Obviously, we get Australia again, and it looks like we could also get Fiji, so there are a couple of teams from 2015", Gatland said, on the Welsh Rugby Union website.
"I'm going to visit the temples because I need to pray now", the Australian said.
All Blacks Head Coach Steve Hansen, who was involved in the draw, said he was pleased with the outcome of the draw and was looking forward to a great tournament.
Twelve teams were included in yesterday's draw in Kyoto by virtue of finishing in the top three of their groups in 2015.