Tokyo's primary sumo hall at Ryogoku Kokugikan (両国国技館 Ryōgoku Kokugikan) was completed in 1985. It seats over 10,000 spectators and hosts 3 of the annual sumo tournaments (in January, May and September) in the Grand Tournament Schedule.
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In Tokyo's main sightseeing district of Asakusa, Hotel MyStays is a comfortable, convenient and affordable place to stay.
K's House Tokyo is an inexpensive, centrally located backpackers' hostel, convenient for shops, sights and transportation,..
Hananomai is a sumo-themed izakaya in Ryogoku, complete with a sumo dohyo, entertainment, and good menu of food and drinks.
Hisago is a tempura restaurant in Edo Noren, an Edo Period-themed dining complex at the refurbished Ryogoku Station, next to the..
Eat like a sumo wrestler – introducing the Chanko-nabe in sumo town Ryogoku
Senso-ji Temple is a popular spot for omikuji, or fortunes. These auspicious sheets are offered in a multitude of languages, enticing both Japanese and..
Measuring in at 634 meters, the Tokyo Skytree is the largest free-standing tower in the world. It sits in the northeastern part of Tokyo, in an area known..
Tokyo Solamachi is a shopping complex that makes up part of the Tokyo Skytree Town, and boasts over 300 shops and eateries featuring a wealth of goods..