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  • Justine Justine

    Duel with Sumo Wrestlers and Eat Chanko Nabe in Tokyo

    Duel with Sumo Wrestlers and Eat Chanko Nabe in Tokyo We were unable to attend a tournament but this was a great way to learn about the sport and have a laugh a long the way

  • Mario Mario

    Duel with Sumo Wrestlers and Eat Chanko Nabe in Tokyo

    Duel with Sumo Wrestlers and Eat Chanko Nabe in Tokyo This was a great time! Got to see how sumos prepare their own meals and had a lot of time to get all my questions answered. The sumo duel was amazing and worth doing! I recommend this to anyone!

  • Dj Dj

    Duel with Sumo Wrestlers and Eat Chanko Nabe in Tokyo

    Duel with Sumo Wrestlers and Eat Chanko Nabe in Tokyo I was looking forward to this when I came to japan, And I'm glad I booked it. These guys are awesome. They try to include everybody in there program. I was looking to get my shot at wresting with one of these guys and I got my chance. There was no pressure to try to be a tough guy though. They made you feel welcomed and it really seemed they enjoyed what they do. As for me....well even though I know he was toying with me, I managed to win....lol (Kind of :D ). It was such an amazing time. And the food was tasty as well.

    I would recommend this to everyone, even the little ones. And yes, if they have time they can wrestle too :). Book this, I guarantee you wont be disappointed.

  • Jacob Jacob

    Take a Japanese Chess (Shogi) class in Asakusa, Tokyo

    Take a Japanese Chess (Shogi) class in Asakusa, Tokyo Nachi (Aka Luke) Was an amazing teacher! I learned a lot about Shoghi and some great strategies. During the lesson I was brought tea and some snacks. After the lesson we went and got some delicious food! If you're staying in Japan I hightly recommend this

  • Rowan Rowan

    Take a Japanese Chess (Shogi) class in Asakusa, Tokyo

    Take a Japanese Chess (Shogi) class in Asakusa, Tokyo I had a great time learning Shogi at this experience. The host contacted me beforehand to get a measure on my ability and was able to work around this easily. We met nearby the location. Once there the lesson takes place in a traditional style room with tatame mats. After a bit of background we were into to practice games. During the games we were served with tea and rice crackers. It was a fun time and I hope to put what I learnt to good use soon.