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Eat Sumo Wrestler Hot Pot in the Old Sumo Stable

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Chanko nabe is a Japanese stew (a type of nabemono or one-pot dish) commonly eaten in vast quantity by sumo wrestlers as part of a weight gain diet. The bulk of chankonabe is made up of large quantities of protein sources (usually chicken, tofu, fish...). Chanko is so awesome and delicious that many former sumo wrestlers can earn a living off of making the stew. Lots of former sumo wrestlers open up restaurants that specialize in chankonabe because after all, they’ve had years of experience making the stuff. In this activity, we will visit a very famouse Chanko restaurant, yoshiba in asakusa where you can also expose to traditional Japanese culture. Yoshiba had been the sumo stable. so you can eat chanko watching the sumo ring and feel as if you became a sumo wrestler.

Chanko nabe is a Japanese stew (a type of nabemono or one-pot dish) commonly eaten in vast quantity by sumo wrestlers as part of a weight gain diet. The bulk of chankonabe is made up of large quantities of protein sources (usually chicken, tofu, fish...). Chanko is so awesome and delicious that many former sumo wrestlers can earn a living off of making the stew. Lots of former sumo wrestlers open up restaurants that specialize in chankonabe because after all, they’ve had years of experience making the stuff. In this activity, we will visit a very famouse Chanko restaurant, yoshiba in asakusa where you can also expose to traditional Japanese culture. Yoshiba had been the sumo stable. so you can eat chanko watching the sumo ring and feel as if you became a sumo wrestler.

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