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  • Damien Damien

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable There was no tournaments on when I was in japan so I decided to visit a training session. It was excellent to learn about the sumo way of life and watch them up close training. The best part was near the end when they had a trainer come in and teach them new routines and the sumos were laughing and having great a good time trying to balance on medicine balls.
    Highly recommend this activity. Loved it

  • Maria Maria

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable Our host was really amazing and very very helpful. The stable however followed VIP culture which was a little disappointing. We were asked to sit back and make room for special guests. But because of Mr. Komori's amazing hospitality i give it 5 stars!

  • Rudolf Kravarik Rudolf Kravarik

  • Henry Henry

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable We lucked out and went to the Sumo training on a day when they were practicing a great variety of wrestling skills. It was incredible to see the different techniques employed. I was told the wrestlers were very flexible, but it is another thing to see it in reality. Our guide was very informative and had explained the different exercises the athletes do. He was very enthusiastic and provided a lot of background and context. At the end we were able to have our pictures taken with some of the athletes. It was a great experience.

  • Dane Dane

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable

    Watch Early Morning Sumo Training in Tokyo at a Sumo Stable Watching the sumo training was fantastic. Starts off slow and hypnotic as they warm up and then it's like a thunderstorm of big bodies smashing into each other. This is a great experience to see some Japanese cultural and sport up close and personal.