Experience Japan's national sport and enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers afterwards!
This Japanese-style wrestling dates from ancient times and is thus full of rituals. Six tournaments are held each year; Tokyo hosts three tournaments annually.
Depart Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal to visit the following by bus and on foot. *Report at least 10 minutes prior to departure.
Ryogoku Kokugikan (240 min)
Take part in the New Year's, summer, or autumn tournament at a sumo arena that can accommodate up to 13 thousand spectators in one sitting.
Enjoy chanko nabe from 6:30 p.m. (chanko nabe is the representative meal of sumo wrestlers, a hot pot stew filled to the brim with bountiful amounts of hearty vegetables and meat)After dinner, return to hotel on own.
1. Your reserved tickets are B-class (second floor seats).
2. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following such events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the sanyakusoroibumi ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association. In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Please select your desired departure date for available tour/grades and fare.
* Underlined dates on the calendar are the currently available departures dates (at least 1 seat open).
* Please note that the departure date and grade you select may become unavailable during the booking procedure.