Watch Sumo Morning Practice in Ningyo-Cho (near GINZA)

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"The tour will begin with a guided inspection of the sumos’ morning exercise routine led by an “oyakata”, a retired sumo wrestler who coaches the sumos. Becoming a coach requires a high ranking, tournament performance, and a great deal of financial support, so your guide will know everything there is to know about sumo. Following this visitors have an opportunity to take their photos with the sumo wrestlers. A sumo wrestler's meal is eaten together with young wrestlers. The meal, known as “Chanko-nabe”, is a filling broth rich in veggies and protein. The sumo eat this dish in vast quantities year round, and it’s a key part of their training. Get a taste of the dish that gives the sumos their power - and size! All visitors will receive a copy of the current banzuke as a gift. The banzuke is a traditional document that dates back to 1761 - and is a highly important part of the sport. Every current professional sumo can be found somewhere on this document, with a ranking based on their wrestling performance. The names are painstakingly written by hand in a traditional style. What better souvenir to take home from a visit to a sumo stable? The location is easily accessed by a 3 minute walk from the Toei Metro Hama-Cho station, or a 7 minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Ningyocho station. This tour is provided courtesy of the Arashio-Beya sumo wrestling team."

"The tour will begin with a guided inspection of the sumos’ morning exercise routine led by an “oyakata”, a retired sumo wrestler who coaches the sumos. Becoming a coach requires a high ranking, tournament performance, and a great deal of financial support, so your guide will know everything there is to know about sumo. Following this visitors have an opportunity to take their photos with the sumo wrestlers. A sumo wrestler's meal is eaten together with young wrestlers. The meal, known as “Chanko-nabe”, is a filling broth rich in veggies and protein. The sumo eat this dish in vast quantities year round, and it’s a key part of their training. Get a taste of the dish that gives the sumos their power - and size! All visitors will receive a copy of the current banzuke as a gift. The banzuke is a traditional document that dates back to 1761 - and is a highly important part of the sport. Every current professional sumo can be found somewhere on this document, with a ranking based on their wrestling performance. The names are painstakingly written by hand in a traditional style. What better souvenir to take home from a visit to a sumo stable? The location is easily accessed by a 3 minute walk from the Toei Metro Hama-Cho station, or a 7 minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Ningyocho station. This tour is provided courtesy of the Arashio-Beya sumo wrestling team."

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