Sumo is a Japanese national sports and part of traditional Japanese culture, lasting more than 1,500 years.
Following its origins, it dates back to the age of mythology. Many ancient traditions have been preserved in sumo, and even today the sport includes many ritual elements, such as the use of salt purification. Life as a wrestler is highly regimented, with rules regulated by the Japan Sumo Association. Most sumo wrestlers are required to live in communal sumo training stables, known in Japanese as heya, where all aspects of their daily lives—from meals to their manner of dress—are dictated by strict tradition.

Don't miss a chance to go to unique private sumo tour with Our multi-lingual guides (English, Russian, French, Italian, German, Polish, and Czech).

After visiting the attractive Sumo Museum and leaning the history of sumo, you will be heading to the Kokugikan (sumo amphitheater).
The guide will be waiting for you at the entrance when the Tournament ends.
After the game, at local restaurants in Ryogoku, you can taste traditional Japanese Sumo wrestlers cuisine such as Chanko Nabe or Sukiyaki.

Duration : 5 hours

Price: $300 / person (including Sumo Ticket, Dinner and Guide fee)

Sumo Tournament schedule in Tokyo 2017 "Go-gatsu Basho" Tournament May.14(Sun).2017 - May.28(Sun).2017 Reservation start: March.12.2017

Sample Itinerary:

  • Hotel pick up
  • Visit to the Sumo Museum
  • Kokugikan Studium: Join in B-class reserved seats
  • Dinner: Enjoy dinner at a chanko or sukiyaki restaurant

Kokugikan Studium

B-Class seat

Kokugikan Studium

B-Class seat

Watching a match

Chanko-nabe or Sukiyaki dinner

If you want to arrange to join upper seat class, please contact us. We can arrange your tickets upgrade to Ringside seat by additional charge. Tailor-made custom tour, Your wish is our command.

f you have question, please don't hesitate to contact us (via get in touch).

$ 300.00 per person + guide charges

Sunday, Monday, Thursday
10am to 13pm / 15pm to 18pm
Duration : 3hours