Sumo Wrestling Tour

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Sumo Wrestling Tour

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Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural traditionSee sumo wrestlers fight against each other from your reserved seatLearn about the sport's long history at the Sumo Museum
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What You’ll Experience

On this tour, you will be watching a sumo tournament at Ryogoku Kokugikan. Enjoy the thrilling matches and witness a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition from your reserved seat. Feel the exciting atmosphere as the crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favourite wrestlers. You will also be able to tour the Sumo Museum, which features a variety of items related to sumo wrestling. The exhibit changes six times a year, so even repeat visitors always have something new to look forward to.

Location Details

Keio Plaza Hotel
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Redemption Information

No Reservation Needed

You don’t need to make any reservation before visiting. However, you can find this partner’s contact details in your voucher or My Booking page

Exchange required

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No need to print! Simply show the voucher on your smartphone upon redemption.

*Redemption instructions may vary, depending on the voucher type you book.

Terms & Conditions

*Terms & conditions may vary, depending on the voucher type you book.

Reschedule & Refund
Reschedule Policy
This booking cannot be rescheduled.
Cancellation Policy
This booking is non-refundable. This policy applies once your booking is confirmed.
This voucher’s validity period can’t be rescheduled.

*Cancellation policy may vary, depending on the voucher type you book.

Additional Information
- Your seat will be in the B class section on the second floor. Seat numbers will only be assigned on the day of the tour.
Warnings
- Please note that you may have to wait to be seated if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyo-iri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such cases, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
- Outside food and drinks are not allowed in the arena. You may purchase from the vendors inside the arena instead.
- Children up to three years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching.
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