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Found 11 tours matching "Sumo"

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Ryogoku) Sumo Match
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Ryogoku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from designated 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11, chair seating).
    3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    4. 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.
    5. All tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    from JPY 9,800

    to JPY 10,000

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    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Shinjuku) Sumo Match
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Shinjuku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from designated 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11, chair seating).
    3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    4. 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.
    5. All tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 5 hours.

    from JPY 9,800

    to JPY 10,000

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    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Hamamatsucho) Sumo Match
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Hamamatsucho)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from designated 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11, chair seating).
    3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    4. This tour departs from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, which is directly connected with JR Hamamatsucho Station. 
    5. All tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    from JPY 9,800

    to JPY 10,000

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    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor A Chair Seating, Rows 1-6; From May 2020: Rows 4-6) (From Ryogoku) Sumo Match
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament (2nd Floor A Chair Seating, Rows 1-6; From May 2020: Rows 4-6) (From Ryogoku)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from 2nd floor A seats (rows 1-6; from May 2020: rows 4-6). Sit comfortably in a chair with a side table and armrests.
    3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    4. All tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    from JPY 14,300

    to JPY 14,800

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    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Shinjuku) Sumo Match
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Shinjuku)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter 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. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from designated 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11, chair seating).
    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. Participants may join the tour from meeting locations in Hamamatsucho, Shinjuku, and Ryogoku.
    6. All tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 6 hours.

    from JPY 13,500

    to JPY 13,800

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    per person

    Details

  • Early Morning Sumo Practice Viewing and Chanko Hot Pot Lunch Tour Early Morning Sumo Practice
    Early Morning Sumo Practice Viewing and Chanko Hot Pot Lunch Tour
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Watch the early morning practice of sumo wrestlers in a sumo stable. See the sumo wrestlers as they earnestly engage in their practice, their burly frames clashing with full impact, right before your eyes. Enjoy watching close enough to hear their breathing.
    This tour is accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
    2. Enjoy chanko hot pot for lunch! Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable.
    3. Feel free to take pictures of the sumo wrestlers while early-morning practice is ongoing.
    (Please make sure to follow some important points. For more details, please check Remarks No. 5.)
    4. The tour will also visit the Sumo Museum, which is inside Ryogoku Kokugikan. On days when the tour cannot visit the Sumo Museum (during tournament periods or when the Sumo Museum is closed), the tour will be guided to Ryogoku Edo Noren, a shopping and restaurant complex with a full-size sumo ring.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 13,500

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Ryogoku) Sumo Match
    Sumo Tour: Tokyo Tournament & Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Selectable Dinner Plan (2nd Floor B Chair Seating, Rows 7-11) (From Ryogoku)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter 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. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from designated 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11, chair seating).
    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. Participants may join the tour from meeting locations in Hamamatsucho, Shinjuku, and Ryogoku.
    6. All tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
    Read more

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

    from JPY 13,500

    to JPY 13,800

    -

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Bus Tour: Tokyo Sumo Tournament & Tokyo Downtown Sightseeing Sumo Match
    1-Day Bus Tour: Tokyo Sumo Tournament & Tokyo Downtown Sightseeing
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Book now before it's sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan. Before watching the sumo bouts, head to Tsukiji Outer Market, Senso-ji Temple and more via bus.
    2. The Tsukiji Outer Market is a shopping district with a history originating from the Taisho period (1912-1926) and primarily features wholesaling. The market features over 400 shops including fresh fish retailers, grocers, and restaurants. Enjoy shopping and try some local food while exploring.
    3. Asakusa offers plenty to see with Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo's oldest temple, as well as a statue of the god of thunder, Kaminarimon Gate, and a five-story pagoda. Enjoy the bustling shopping street of Nakamise, the approach path stretching nearly 250 meters from Kaminarimon Gate to Senso-ji Temple that is filled with a plethora of shops.
    4. After sightseeing in the traditional downtown area, 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.
    5. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11).
    Also, all tour participants will receive "The Sumo," a booklet about sumo (in English) as a gift!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      TOKYO SKYTREE, Asakusa, Tsukiji, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium
    • Duration
      approx. 10 hours.

    from JPY 15,500

    to JPY 15,700

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    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Kyushu Tournament (With Chinese-speaking Region-specific Tour Guide Interpreter / Round Trip from Fukuoka) Sumo Match (Photo courtesy of Japan Sumo Association)
    Sumo Tour: Kyushu Tournament (With Chinese-speaking Region-specific Tour Guide Interpreter / Round Trip from Fukuoka)
        
    • Walking

    1. Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a Chinese-speaking Region-specific Tour Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan. Book now before it's sold out!
    2. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
    3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Fukuoka
    • Visits
      Fukuoka
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 12,500

    per person

    Details

  • Sumo Tour: Kyushu Tournament (Round Trip from Fukuoka) Sumo Match (Photo courtesy of Japan Sumo Association)
    Sumo Tour: Kyushu Tournament (Round Trip from Fukuoka)
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan. Book now before it's sold out!
    2. Watch the sumo wrestlers' fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
    3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Fukuoka
    • Visits
      Fukuoka
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 12,500

    per person

    Details

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