Sumo is the oldest national sport in Japan. Its roots date back to ancient times during the nation's history and became widely popular during the Edo Period. Enjoy viewing the sumo wrestlers' morning training session. After the viewing, you will have a rare chance to sit alongside them and try their traditional hotpot dish, "Chanko Nabe".
10:00 - 13:00
¥8,000 per person (excludes tax and 10% service charge)
Required by 3 days prior.
|9:50||Meet in front of the stable|
|10:00||Enter the stable and view the morning training session|
|11:30||Enjoy "Chanko Nabe" hotpot and other various dishes with the sumo wrestlers|
|＊Depending on the progression of the training session, the activity may end a little earlier or later than scheduled.|