Watch Morning Sumo Training at Sumo Stable in Tokyo!

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What you need to bring

You will sit for a couple hours
Make sure you wear something comfortable!

Meet your host :
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
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Hello everyone! My name is Ace Im born and raised in Tokyo, a real city boy!! Im in deep love with Japanese culture ever since I was kid. I would like all the people on the earth to know how amazing this country is!!
I think Tokyo is the coolest city in the world because it has both modern time cultures, tall buildings and all the transportation and technology, old traditional cultures, like Sumo Dojo, great temples, and loads of old wooden buildings.
A lot of people already knows about the new culture side of Tokyo by internet and stuff but not many people have seen the traditional local Japanese cultures. I wanna be one who shows the world how awesome our culture is!!!

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Reviews (2)

  • olga olga

    I did not meet Ace personally but I attended the Sumo wrestling Match and it is worth an experience when you do get a time to watch it live in season. starts from 8:00am until 18:00PM, I traveled solo and was fine with having to find the station and find my seat.
    The Voyagin Team staff are very good with communication and was able to send it to my hotel upon arrival. Do highly recommend this experience. I did not have time to go to Sumo training stable as I was not in Tokyo at that time. Thank you Voyagin Team

  • Angela Angela

    I don't understand sumo wrestling, but since I couldn't get to a match while I was in town (it was the off season), seeing a couple of hours of sparring practice was definitely the next best thing. Sumo wrestling is a fascinating sport to watch, I can only imagine how great it would be to see how a match plays out, or have the storylines of the players explained to me. I was met at a nearby station by Ace and his girlfriend, who were friendly and answered most of my questions. This was a great insight into a lesser known part of Japanese culture, and could only be topped by seeing a full match!