Fancy a chance to watch some of the “biggest” athletes in Japan work hard in training?
Starting early in the morning, wearing barely nothing- even during the Japanese winter- sumo training adheres to the path of “budo” martial arts and ancient traditional Japanese customs. Deeply rooted in Japan’s native religion – Shinto – members of the sumo stable “sumo-beya” not only compete but eat and live together in a strict hierarchy of rules – which is also on display during training.
Join Japan Holidays in watching sumo morning training in Tokyo, Osaka or Nagoya. Your guide will introduce you to the rules for watching the live sumo practice ( including total silence!)
- In February and March, a tour is also offered in Osaka .
- In June and July, a tour is also offered in Nagoya .
- On 17th April, the special tour is offered.
- Meet at hotel or West Exit of Ryogoku Station*
- Take public transportation – subway or JR line
- Watch Sumo Stable Practice
- Tour ends on return to nearby station
Guiding fees, transportation fee from hotels using public transportation such as subway or JR.
In case of meeting at hotel lobby lobby, the hotel should be within ten-minute walking distance from a JR station on Yamanote Line or subway station. Additional fees may be charge for accommodation located out of this range.
Lunch, Food and Drinks, Shopping Expenses
Please contact Japan Holidays for availability.