All you need to know about the world of Sumo: championships, museums, initiation courses and training.
A sumo exhibition in Tokyo.
By Reynald Ventura
Each year Yasukuni Shrine holds a ceremonial sumo event where you can watch sumo wrestling for free
By Kylie Plester
Hands On Kehaya-za Sumo Museum in Nara
By Bryan Baier
A great alternative to paying huge prices to see Sumo Wrestling tournaments in Japan is to join a tour to visit one of the many Sumo schools. You'll see a different side of the sport and gain a close insight into the real life of the Sumo.
By Martin Giles
Hidden behind Dazaifu's main sites, is a lesser known one where men train their special art everyday to the point of brutal exhaustion. This is Dazaifu's sumo stables.
By Isamu Yoneda
The Sumo Museum is in a small enclave of Ryogoku Kokugikan stadium, is open year-round, and has free admission.
By Todd Wojnowski
Discover Japan's national sport at the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo. Soak up the atmosphere as the world's top sumo wrestlers battle it out.
By Abi Barber
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