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Found 10 tours that visit Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Hamamatsucho) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Hamamatsucho)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    3. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    4. This is a very popular tour so we recommend making your booking early.
    5. This tour can be joined from various meeting points mainly located at major hotels throughout Tokyo.    
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Kanto, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 9,500

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Hamamatsucho) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Hamamatsucho)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    3. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    4. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    5. This tour departs from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, which is directly connected with JR Hamamatsucho Station. 
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 9,500

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Ryogoku) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Ryogoku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    3. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    4. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    5. Ryogoku Kokugikan, where sumo matches are conducted, is reached on foot from Ryogoku View Hotel, one of the meeting locations for this tour. The meeting time here is later than the other departure locations.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 9,500

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Shinjuku) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (From Shinjuku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    3. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    4. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    5. This tour departing from Shinjuku is convenient for those staying in the Shinjuku area as well as other areas on the west side of Tokyo.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 9,500

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (From Hamamatsucho) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (From Hamamatsucho)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. After watching the sumo bouts, enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers-- chanko hot pot-- or sukiyaki.
    Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable. Those who like meat can also choose a meal of “sukiyaki,” a popular Japanese dish.
    3. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    4. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    5. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    6. This tour departs from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, which is directly connected with JR Hamamatsucho Station.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 5 hours.

    JPY 13,200

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (From Ryogoku) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (From Ryogoku)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. After watching the sumo bouts, enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers-- chanko hot pot-- or sukiyaki.
    Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable. Those who like meat can also choose a meal of “sukiyaki,” a popular Japanese dish.
    3. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    4. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    5. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    6. Ryogoku Kokugikan, where sumo matches are conducted, is reached on foot from Ryogoku View Hotel, one of the meeting locations for this tour. The meeting time here is later than the other departure locations.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 13,200

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (From Shinjuku) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (From Shinjuku)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. After watching the sumo bouts, enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers-- chanko hot pot-- or sukiyaki.
    Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable. Those who like meat can also choose a meal of “sukiyaki,” a popular Japanese dish.
    3. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    4. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    5. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    6. This tour departing from Shinjuku is convenient for those staying in the Shinjuku area as well as other areas on the west side of Tokyo.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 5 hours.

    JPY 13,200

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Yakatabune Dinner Cruise (From Hamamatsucho) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Yakatabune Dinner Cruise (From Hamamatsucho)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. After watching the sumo match, board a traditional yakatabune boat for dinner with all-you-can-drink service.
    Yakatabune are traditional Japanese boats featuring a roofed cabin where passengers can dine and enjoy nighttime views.
    Enjoy the night views of Tokyo from the boat while dining on sashimi, tempura and other carefully prepared food.
    3. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    4. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    5. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    6. This tour departs from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, which is directly connected with JR Hamamatsucho Station.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 5 hours.

    JPY 23,000

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Yakatabune Dinner Cruise (From Ryogoku) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Yakatabune Dinner Cruise (From Ryogoku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. After watching the sumo match, board a traditional yakatabune boat for dinner with all-you-can-drink service.
    Yakatabune are traditional Japanese boats featuring a roofed cabin where passengers can dine and enjoy nighttime views.
    Enjoy the night views of Tokyo from the boat while dining on sashimi, tempura and other carefully prepared food.
    3. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    4. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    5. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    6. Ryogoku Kokugikan, where sumo matches are conducted, is reached on foot from Ryogoku View Hotel, one of the meeting locations for this tour. The meeting time here is later than the other departure locations.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 23,000

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Yakatabune Dinner Cruise (From Shinjuku) Sumo
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Yakatabune Dinner Cruise (From Shinjuku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book your spot now before they're sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500 year old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide who is also a sumo fan.
    2. After watching the sumo match, board a traditional yakatabune boat for dinner with all-you-can-drink service.
    Yakatabune are traditional Japanese boats featuring a roofed cabin where passengers can dine and enjoy nighttime views.
    Enjoy the night views of Tokyo from the boat while dining on sashimi, tempura and other carefully prepared food.
    3. Stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo's long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
    4. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat.
    5. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    6. Participants may join the tour from meeting locations in Hamamatsucho, Shinjuku, and Ryogoku. This tour departing from Shinjuku is convenient for those staying in the Shinjuku area as well as other areas on the west side of Tokyo.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 5 hours.

    JPY 23,000

    per person

    Details

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