Tokyo Sumo Wrestling Tournament
Don't miss the opportunity to see a traditional Sumo tournament when you're in Tokyo. You'll take the subway with fellow Sumo fans to the Kokugikan (Sumo Amphitheater) and enjoy a traditional Sumo wrestling tournament. You'll also visit the fascinating Sumo Museum to see Sumo-related objects from the Edo period to the present.
**The 2014 tournament season ends in September. 2015 tournament dates will be updated when the schedule becomes available.
- Likely to Sell Out
- All entrance fees included
- Seasonal Offer
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
At the amphitheater you'll experience a Dohyo-iri (entering the ring) ceremony and see exciting Sumo matches from your B-class reserved seat on the second floor. English commentary via audio headphones is available. The Sumo match will last approximately 2.5-hours, after you will have dinner at a local chanko restaurant (if option selected), where you can enjoy the traditional food of Sumo wrestlers.
Please note: The guide will not join you for dinner.
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Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal
Concludes at Kokugikan around 6:00pm
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Sumo and Chanko Dinner
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Sumo Wrestling Tokyo
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- B- Class reserve seat on the second floor
- Professional guide
- Chanko dinner (if option selected)
- An FM radio will be provided so you can listen to tournament announcements in English
- Sumo information pamphlet and sumo-ranking list (in English)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Wheelchair accessible - if assistance is required, passenger must provide their own carer
- Infant rates apply provided they do not occupy a seat
- Reserved tickets are B-class (second floor seats)
Reviewed by: Stephen H, June 2014
Well worth the cost. Enjoyed the atmosphere. Also learning about the sumo traditions and how much dedication goes into becoming a sumo.
Tour guide was excellent
Reviewed by: Lucas M, May 2014
Awesome experience, really knowledgable and helpful tour guide (Mitchiko), highly recommended!