Our experience involves Sumo training and learning about the Rituals of Sumo. Join us as we explore the Culture of Sumo, a part of Japanese history that started over 1500 years ago. Experience the life of a Sumo warrior. Sumo was originally performed to entertain the Gods. We will practice the Rituals - Actually do the training - Actually have matches ourselves. Professional Rikishi not training. Visit a local Restaurant and yell “Kanpai” Visit Sumo Kokugikan Sumo Stadium. Visit *Ejimasugiyama Shinto Shrine - and explore the secret cave where Samurai warriors prayed. Visit *Eko-in Buddhist Temple where two very powerful wishes come true. *Experience Sumo "Kamizumo" . Travelling in Japan is guaranteed to produce more mind-blowing moments per minute than almost anywhere else in the world. Join us for our tours, Japan is worth it for the adventure in all of us. Travel will Change You, it's about Living life and loving every second.
Japan is a country with Endless possibilities. I learn something every day. I am an Amateur Sumo wrestler. I have a passion for the culture of Japan. Interacting with the local people of Japan, will bring you the best memories that last a lifetime. Hanging with locals and experiencing the culture is what makes you a "traveler" not a tourist.
Mawashi and Happi Coat
Located near Hamacho station; is the training area for our exercise. We will see Sumo Wrestlers' Stadium and the Edo-Tokyo Museum. We will visit the Sumo museum with many artifacts including Yokozuna. We will visit Ryogoku area, Ejimaasugiyama Shrine, Eko-in. There is a small shrine dedicated to the God of Sumo "Thunder God" right across from Hokusai Museum. The Tomioka Shrine is the birthplace of Sumo in Edo times.
Secrets of Sumo Culture