What To Expect
This Japanese-style wrestling dates from ancient times and is thus full of rituals. Six tournaments are held each year; Tokyo hosts three tournaments annually.
Leave Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal for the Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Hall) by train. Upon arrival, enjoy exciting sumo matches from a reserved seat on the second floor. English commentary is available on radios which will be provided by the guide.
Tour ends at Ryogoku Kokugikan around 18:00. You may return to your hotels or onto your next destination on your own.
Sumo tournament ticket
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Your reserved tickets are B-class (second floor seats).
Children 3 years old and below are free of charge, provided they sit on an adult's lap. If they need a seat, they will be charged (child rates).
Depending on the seat availability, there is a possibility that members of the same party cannot be seated together. Seats are also not guaranteed when using public transportation.
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3 days / 2 nights
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2 days / 1 night