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ASAKUSA GUIDE
2014 December 20th
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Nihongo Japanese Class
Temple and Shrine
Art in Asakusa
Sushi Unagi Eel Whale
Oshima Island
Hakkaisan Sake
Ando Tadao san
Puratto Kodama
Hokkaido + East Japan
7 billion people
WorkingHolidayVolunteer
Sumo in Tokyo
Roam Around Japan
Live Camera Tokyo
Ukiyoe Japan
Daibutsu and Kan-non
Vegetarian and Vegan
(HND) and (NRT)
Lost in Tokyo
New Vending Machines
Japanese Knife
Amphibious Vehicle
Cat Cafe Neko Cafe
Onsen Hot Spring
Seishun 18 Kippu
Fireworks Festival 2014
Tofu Exclusive
Japanese Chess Shogi
ANA B787 or Lufthansa?
Lucky Cat Shrine
Tohoku Big 6 Festival
Best Japanese Sweets
Climbing Mt.Fuji
Sky Tree Gourmet
Tokyo Amateur Orchestra
Ogasawara Islands
Ramen Review
Asakusa 51578+???
Bonsai Experience
Aomori One Day Trip
Tokyo Only Cafe
Baseball Yakyu
Manga Anime Otaku
Tokyo Sky Tree
Earthquake and Tsunami
Hakone Fuji Tour
Tsukiji Fish Market
Japanese Martial Arts
Skiing Japan
Japan Highlights 1
Japan Highlights 2
SUMO IN TOKYO 2015
Even without Takanoyama who just got retired after Nagoya-basho in 2014 now back in Praha Czech, it will be more than Sumo when you see all the fights including Ichinojo (Mongolia) or Aoiyama (Bulgaria) or Amuru (Russia, named after the river Amur) or Tochinoshin (Georgia) or Gagamaru (Georgia) or Kaisei (Brazil) or Masunoyama (Philippine) and more. And very first African wrestler OSunaArashi (BigSanderStorm) from Egypt is fighting to reach the summit of pyramid. All those listed in high ranking sumo wrestlers earn more than a million yen each month (good job you'd consider?). 40 years old can still fight in the front line like Kyokutenho (Mongolian already obtained a Japanese passport). If you were in Tokyo area during Tokyo Tounament, please have this chance to visit Ryogoku which is just across Sumida river away from Asakusa.
sumo in tokyo
January : Tokyo (Jan.11th - Jan.25th, 2015)
March : Osaka, 2015
May : Tokyo (May 10th - May 24th, 2015)

July : Nagoya, 2015
September : Tokyo (Sep.13th - Sep.27th, 2015)

November : Fukuoka, 2015
Ryogoku which is next to Asakusa is easy access on both JR (Sobu Line) and Toei Subway (Ooedo Line). Map is available at this (only JR lines shown) and this (Toei and Metro and JR) . For more lines/routes finder APPs, we would like to recommend Hyper-Dia or Jorudan or Tokyo Transfer Planner.
 Nihon Sumo Kyokai
 www.sumo.or.jp/en
 Sumo is 3 times a year available in Tokyo.
 January, May and September.
 Chanko-nabe
 www.chanko-nabe.eat.in.jp
 Sumo wrestlers dish you can eat them all?
 year around available even no tournament.
Tomozuna-beya : http://www.tomozuna-beya-fansite.biz/
Arashio-beya : http://www.arashio.net/tour_e.html
JTB Sunrise Tours : http://www.japanican.com/en/tour/list/?kw=sumo
Japan Dream Tours : http://www.japandreamtours.com/sumo_stable.html
If you were not travelling within the tournament season, you may still be able to visit above heya (sumo-beya or stable house) for morning training.
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