The National Stadium is the competition venue of sumo wrestling in Japan, located near the two national stations in Tokyo. There is a small sumo wrestling Museum in the corner of the main gallery of the National Museum of Technology of the two countries. The exhibition hall is very small. It's open from 11:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Bin can take a taxi to the Sumo Pavilion at Matsushita Bus Terminus. We can book a half-day tour ahead of time to explain the history of sumo wrestling. Our tickets include a stage map and a program. With the help of our tour guide, we rented an audio guide. Our tour guide also gave us a 12-page A-5 color brochure to make us understand the origin, tradition, rituals and tailoring of sumo wrestling. The ranking of judges and wrestlers has been further understood.
i love sumo.solmn,powerful and very fun!