Book Sumo Morning Training
Tokyo Sumo Morning Practice
Sumo (相撲) dates back over 1,500 years. Ancient wall paintings suggest sumo was performed in prehistoric times as part of agricultural rituals for the kami (gods) to determine the success of farmers’ crops.
Today sumo is a widely popular form of professional entertainment.
Join us to visit a sumo stable or beya, where rishiki (sumo wrestlers) live, eat, sleep and train throughout their career.
Tokyo Sumo Training Highlights
- Watch an authentic sumo training session
- Learn about the secret world of beya
- Take a commemorative photo with sumo wrestlers
- This experience is not suitable for children under 6 years old.
– 2 hours experience JPY19,000 for 2 people (JPY9,500 for each additional person)
Please be sure to read our FAQ to see what is included in the tour fee, other details and seasonal pricing.