Our Toyko Sumo Wrestling experience will provide visitors to Tokyo with a rare opportunity to watch famous sumo wrestlers during their morning training session. Sumo wrestling is one of the most popular sports in
Our Toyko Sumo Wrestling experience will provide visitors to Tokyo with a rare opportunity to watch famous sumo wrestlers during their morning training session. Sumo wrestling is one of the most popular sports in Japan and is celebrated across the country. Fans of the game always attend the big tournaments in Tokyo which occur during January, May, and September. These tournaments are usually packed with locals and the buzzing atmosphere makes the event even more special. If you do not have the chance to attend a sumo tournament then the next best option is to watch a sumo training session. The places where sumo wrestlers live and train are called stables and Tokyo is home to around 45 stables. This is a unique experience to learn how the sumo wrestlers live and train and to see them close up. Your guide will meet you in the morning and take you to a sumo stable. Here you will watch a morning training session which will usually last between 100 to 150 minutes. Observe the wrestling techniques used in an intimate environment for a truly unique experience.
The Toyko Sumo Wrestling experience is available daily and includes a local, English speaking guide as well as the entrance to the sumo stable.
Toyko Sumo Wrestling Practice Highlights
Meet your English speaking guide in the morning.
Experience the rare chance to sit in on a training session at a sumo stable.
Learn about sumo wrestling.
Essential information for our Toyko Sumo Wrestling Practice
Includes a local, English speaking guide and entrance to the sumo stable.
Excludes hotel pick-up and drop-off and transport to/from the sumo stable.
As this experience takes place in a working sumo wrestling stable please respect the wrestlers and refrain from taking flash photography or photos on mobile phones.
Food and drinks are not permitted on site and mobile phones should be turned off.