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Ryogoku Kokugikan

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Ryogoku Kokugikan

872 Reviews
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MasCabron23 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Fussa, Japan336 contributions97 helpful votes
Experiencing sumo Wrestling was one of the best memories. The tradition behind the wrestling matches takes some getting used to but it's still great to watch. The day is long, the seats are uncomfortable so be prepared or stay for a couple hours to get your fill. There's a museum near by and other things to see and do.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Aprime1980 wrote a review Jan. 2020
London, United Kingdom151 contributions33 helpful votes
I am watching a sumo event while typing No I am not being disrespectful as it’s a long event but what a feeling watch an type in between matches It started at 8 but I got here for 9 as I had to travel 2 hours I bought a ticket from a website called buy sumo tickets or something like that I got a meal and ticket, you pick the meal up gate 1. You will see lots of bags and they food and gifts. If you don’t drink alcohol like me then you can swap the can for 2 soft drink bottles plus I got a bottle of green tea in the bag. The seats I got were good as they had a bottle opener attached plus a foldable table to put my food on This was the middle row with tables which I THINK Arena B is where I sat It is a 2 min walk from Ryogoku train station from the west exit. If you read English then a person sells a ex sumo referee life biography in the Ryogoku venue which believe me is a good read. There is also a museum in the arena which is worth visiting but I don’t think you are allowed to take photos in there This is a full day and if you cone with friends it is even more enjoyable. Just remember to put your phones on silent. I even included a live match photo wise of someone winning
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Date of experience: January 2020
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JEFUHO wrote a review Dec. 2019
Texas322 contributions86 helpful votes
I am fortunate to be able to travel here 3 times a year to watch the spectacle of SUMO wrestling. Some people male fun of this sport, and I rebuke the fools who think this is not a highly skilled challenge. KUDOS to ALL the honorable men who devote their lives to it. I salute the Rikshi of SUMO!
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Date of experience: January 2019
joonee wrote a review Oct. 2019
Asia195 contributions22 helpful votes
Was really fun to watch the sumo tournament! It’s a very unique experience and was great that the tour we went with explained abit to us. Beers are just outside the doors. U can get food as well. Highly recommend this!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Swindon_Boy wrote a review Sep. 2019
Swindon_Boy48 contributions43 helpful votes
Well we booked tickets through JAPANiCAN.com and while we paid more than the seat value it was well worth it to have a guide. She explained the tournament, process, rankings and background to many of the wrestlers. To be honest had we gone alone we would not have had a clue what was going on. We probably would not go again but we glad we attended this time.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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