The tour started and ended on time. The venue was easy to reach, and along the way the tour guide provided many fun and interesting facts about the world of sumo as well as about individual wrestlers. We had good seats and chances to explore the Ryogoku Kokugikan during the tournament, and the guide occasionally filled us in on important bouts and procedures as we watched. The only qualm I may have is how abruptly the tour ended; our guide said goodbye and seemed to just disappear. Maybe it was just because the group was so large that day, but when I attended a similar tour with JAPANiCAN in Nagoya last year, the tour guide offered to show everyone how to get back to their hotels. Luckily I knew how to get back and it wasn't my first sumo tour, but I can imagine others getting lost right after the end of the tournament. I'd still recommend this to those who are interested in getting to know sumo wrestling, but I would probably recommend the Nagoya one in July slightly over this one.