Tokyo Sumo Tour

Tokyo Sumo Tour

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Periode: Bebas Menentukan

Detail Paket Tour

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. After watching the sumo bouts, enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers– chanko hot pot– or sukiyaki.
Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable. Those who like meat can also choose a meal of “sukiyaki,” a popular Japanese dish.
3. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
4. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
5. This tour departs from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, which is directly connected with JR Hamamatsucho Station.

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour, Meal

Rencana Perjalanan Day 113:10-13:20Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal

Please show your reservation confirmation sheet at reception.
Access to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal:
A 1-minute walk from Hamamatsucho Station (JR Line or Tokyo Monorail) or Daimon Station (Toei Asakusa Line or Toei Oedo Line)
The tour meeting location is inside the World Trade Center Annex on the 1st floor (Bus Terminal). Take the stairs down from the 2nd floor concourse.

Daimon Station or Hamamatsucho Station

Oedo Subway Line or JR Line

Ryogoku Station

The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance. The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

All customers on this tour will be given a sumo guidebook (in English) as a gift! (1 per person)

18:30Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Dinner (DNR)

Look forward to a meal of chanko hot pot– the source of sumo wrestlers’ power– or Japan’s popular sukiyaki.

When booking, please select either chanko hot pot or sukiyaki for your meal. If a participant’s meal selection has not been informed by 15:00 on the day prior to the tour, chanko hot pot will be served by default.
Also, please make vegetarian meal requests at the time of booking.
Same-day meal changes and same-day vegetarian requests are not accepted.

Tour Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after dinner. The guide will provide directions back to your hotel.

The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. When booking, please select either chanko hot pot or sukiyaki for your meal. If a participant’s meal selection has not been informed by 15:00 on the day prior to the tour, chanko hot pot will be served by default.
Also, please make vegetarian meal requests at the time of booking.
Same-day meal changes and same-day vegetarian requests are not accepted.
10. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
11. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J01301MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. After watching the sumo bouts, enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers– chanko hot pot– or sukiyaki.
Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable. Those who like meat can also choose a meal of “sukiyaki,” a popular Japanese dish.
3. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
4. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
5. Ryogoku Kokugikan, where sumo matches are conducted, is reached on foot from Ryogoku View Hotel, one of the meeting locations for this tour. The meeting time here is later than the other departure locations.

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour, Meal

Rencana Perjalanan Day 114:15-14:25Ryogoku View Hotel Sakura-tei / Oicho Restaurant

Please show your reservation confirmation sheet at reception.
Access to Ryogoku View Hotel
1-min walk from Ryogoku Station (JR Sobu Line)
7-min walk from Ryogoku Station (Toei Oedo Line)
From JR Ryogoku Station, go across the crosswalk, go up the stairs outside Ryogoku View Hotel to the 2nd floor meeting location Sakura-tei / Oicho Restaurant.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the departure time.
The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance. The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

All customers on this tour will be given a sumo guidebook (in English) as a gift! (1 per person)

18:30Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Dinner (DNR)

Look forward to a meal of chanko hot pot– the source of sumo wrestlers’ power– or Japan’s popular sukiyaki.

When booking, please select either chanko hot pot or sukiyaki for your meal. If a participant’s meal selection has not been informed by 15:00 on the day prior to the tour, chanko hot pot will be served by default.
Also, please make vegetarian meal requests at the time of booking.
Same-day meal changes and same-day vegetarian requests are not accepted.

Tour Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after dinner. The guide will provide directions back to your hotel.

The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. When booking, please select either chanko hot pot or sukiyaki for your meal. If a participant’s meal selection has not been informed by 15:00 on the day prior to the tour, chanko hot pot will be served by default.
Also, please make vegetarian meal requests at the time of booking.
Same-day meal changes and same-day vegetarian requests are not accepted.
10. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
11. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J01401MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. After watching the sumo bouts, enjoy the traditional meal of sumo wrestlers– chanko hot pot– or sukiyaki.
Chanko hot pot is a very healthy dish of simmered vegetables, chicken, and seafood often traditionally eaten by wrestlers living in a sumo stable. Those who like meat can also choose a meal of “sukiyaki,” a popular Japanese dish.
3. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
4. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
5. This tour departing from Shinjuku is convenient for those staying in the Shinjuku area as well as other areas on the west side of Tokyo.

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour, Meal

Rencana Perjalanan Day 113:00-13:10Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Main Tower 3F Check-in Counter

Please arrive 10 minutes before the departure time.
[Meeting Location]
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Main Tower 3F Check-in Counter
[Access] 5-min walk from JR Shinjuku Station West Exit

Tochomae Station or Shinjuku Station

Oedo Subway Line or JR Line

Ryogoku Station

The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance. The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

All customers on this tour will be given a sumo guidebook (in English) as a gift! (1 per person)

18:30Chanko Hot Pot or Sukiyaki Dinner (DNR)

Look forward to a meal of chanko hot pot– the source of sumo wrestlers’ power– or Japan’s popular sukiyaki.

When booking, please select either chanko hot pot or sukiyaki for your meal. If a participant’s meal selection has not been informed by 15:00 on the day prior to the tour, chanko hot pot will be served by default.
Also, please make vegetarian meal requests at the time of booking.
Same-day meal changes and same-day vegetarian requests are not accepted.

Tour Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after dinner. The guide will provide directions back to your hotel.

The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. When booking, please select either chanko hot pot or sukiyaki for your meal. If a participant’s meal selection has not been informed by 15:00 on the day prior to the tour, chanko hot pot will be served by default.
Also, please make vegetarian meal requests at the time of booking.
Same-day meal changes and same-day vegetarian requests are not accepted.
10. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
11. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J01501MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan. Before watching the sumo bouts, head to Tsukiji Outer Market, Tokyo Skytree Town®, and Senso-ji Temple via bus.
Shop at the outer market of the Tsukiji Market, Japan’s No.1 place for seafood, and try some local food while exploring this one-of-a-kind location.
3. Enjoy shopping at Tokyo Solamachi®, one of Tokyo’s largest commercial facilities featuring fashion, miscellaneous goods, dining, and more.
As an option (for an additional charge) participants may visit the Tokyo Skytree® Tembo Deck, one of the highest observation decks in the world.
4. After sightseeing in the traditional downtown area, stop by the Sumo Museum where you can learn about sumo’s long history, then continue on to the Kokugikan arena to watch the real thing.
5. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11).
Also, all tour participants will receive a Grand Sumo Tournament guidebook (in English) as a gift!

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter fee, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour

Rencana Perjalanan Day 107:50-08:00Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Main Tower 3F Check-in Counter

Please be at the meeting location at least 10 minutes before departure.
The tour will depart from Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo for Tokyo sightseeing via tour bus.

National Diet Building (Drive-by)

This is the center of the Japanese Government. Don’t let the impressive Western-style architecture fool you–this building is constructed almost entirely out of pure Japanese materials.

Imperial Palace (Drive-by)

Formerly known as Edo Castle, this palace is the residence of the Emperor of Japan.
The grounds are lush with green foliage and provide a relaxing spot for Tokyoites and visitors alike.

Tsukiji Outer Market

JapanGÇÖs No.1 place for seafood with over 400 shops including fresh fish retailers, grocers, and restaurants. Enjoy shopping and try some local food while exploring this one-of-a-kind location.
On Wednesdays, Sundays, and other days when Tsukiji Outer Market is closed, an alternate destination of Hamarikyu Gardens, East Gardens of the Imperial Palace, Imperial Palace Plaza Nijubashi Bridge, Odaiba, Roppongi Hills, etc. may be visited instead.

Kabukiza (Drive-by)

A classic Japanese-style theater where traditional Kabuki performances are held.

Tokyo Skytree Town-«

Enjoy freely exploring Tokyo Skytree-«, Tokyo Solamachi-« which features many traditional Tokyo shops, an aquarium, planetarium, and more.
Admission to Tokyo Skytree-« Tembo Deck and paid facilities at Tokyo Skytree Town-« are not included in the tour booking charge.

Senso-ji Temple & Nakamise Shopping Street

Senso-ji, Tokyo’s oldest temple, offers plenty to see including the bright red Kaminarimon Gate, a statue of the god of thunder, and a five-story pagoda. The bustling street known as “Nakamise” stretches for about 250 m from Kaminarimon Gate to Senso-ji Temple and is filled with a plethora of shops.

Asakusa Station

Take the train from Asakusa Station to Ryogoku Station.
A transfer will be made along the way at Akihabara.

For tours in 2019: There will be an assistant accompanying from Asakusa to the lunch venue in Ryogoku.

Ryogoku Station

Walk from Ryogoku Station to the lunch venue.

Lunch (LNC)

Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch.
Vegetarian meals are available and must be requested by the day before the tour departure date.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11). Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
All tour participants will receive a Grand Sumo Tournament guidebook (in English) as a gift!
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance.

The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.
Participants will watch the sumo match from 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11). Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be provided on the day of the tour.
Children age 3 and younger may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching the sumo matches. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.

18:00-18:30Tour Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after the tour. The National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter will inform customers about access to transportation.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Admission to Tokyo Skytree® Tembo Deck and paid facilities at Tokyo Skytree Town® are not included in the tour booking charge.
4. On Wednesdays, Sundays, and other days when Tsukiji Outer Market is closed, an alternate destination of Hamarikyu Gardens, East Gardens of the Imperial Palace, Imperial Palace Plaza Nijubashi Bridge, Odaiba, Roppongi Hills, etc. may be visited instead.
5. The order of the itinerary and arrival times may differ or sightseeing may be omitted depending on road conditions and congestion at destinations.
6. Vegetarian meals are available and must be requested by the day before the tour departure date.
7. Participants will watch the sumo match from 2nd floor B seats (rows 7-11). Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be provided on the day of the tour.
8. Children age 3 and younger may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching the sumo matches. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
9. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
10. [Bus Company] Bus company used will be one of the following.
Fuji Kyuko Kanko Co., Ltd.; Fuji Express Co., Ltd.; KM Kanko Bus Co., Ltd.; Hato Bus Co., Ltd.; Tokyo Yasaka Sightseeing Bus Co., Ltd.; Heisei Enterprise Co., Ltd.; Amore Kotsu Ltd.; Tokyo Bus Co.; Ltd.; Toto Kanko Bus Co., Ltd.; Chuo Kanko Co., Ltd.; Tokyo Limousine Co., Ltd.; or Tokyo Passenger Co., Ltd.
11. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
12. For tours in 2019: There will be an assistant accompanying from Asakusa to the lunch venue in Ryogoku.
13. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWBUS1J03011MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from 2nd floor A seats (rows 1-6). Sit comfortably in a chair with a side table and armrests.
3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
4. All tour participants will receive a Grand Sumo Tournament guidebook (in English) as a gift!

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour

Rencana Perjalanan Day 114:15-14:25Ryogoku View HotelpÇÇ Sakura-tei / Oicho Restaurant

Please show your reservation confirmation sheet at reception.
Access to Ryogoku View Hotel
1 min on foot from Ryogoku Station (JR Sobu Line)
7 min on foot from Ryogoku Station (Toei Oedo Line)
From JR Ryogoku Station, go across the crosswalk, go up the stairs outside Ryogoku View Hotel to the 2nd floor meeting location Sakura-tei / Oicho Restaurant.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the departure time.
The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Watch from 2nd floor A seats (rows 1-6). Sit comfortably in a chair with a side table and armrests. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
All tour participants will receive a Grand Sumo Tournament guidebook (in English) as a gift!

Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance.

The crowd comes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

18:00-18:30Tour Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after the tour. The National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter will inform customers about access to transportation.
The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Watch from 2nd floor A seats (rows 1-6). Sit comfortably in a chair with a side table and armrests.
Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
10. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J02401MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
4. This tour departs from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, which is directly connected with JR Hamamatsucho Station.

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter fee, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour

Rencana Perjalanan Day 113:10-13:20Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal

Please show your reservation confirmation sheet at reception.
Access to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal:
A 1-minute walk from Hamamatsucho Station (JR Line or Tokyo Monorail) or Daimon Station (Toei Asakusa Line or Toei Oedo Line)
The tour meeting location is inside the World Trade Center Annex on the 1st floor (Bus Terminal). Take the stairs down from the 2nd floor concourse.

Daimon Station or Hamamatsucho Station

Oedo Subway Line or JR Line

Ryogoku Station

The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance. The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

All customers on this tour will be given a sumo guidebook (in English) as a gift! (1 per person)

18:00-18:30Plan Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after the tour. The guide will be able to provide information about access to transportation.
The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
10. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J00711MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
4. Ryogoku Kokugikan, where sumo matches are conducted, is reached on foot from Ryogoku View Hotel, one of the meeting locations for this tour. The meeting time here is later than the other departure locations.

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter fee, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour

Rencana Perjalanan Day 114:15-14:25Ryogoku View Hotel Sakura-tei / Oicho Restaurant

Please show your reservation confirmation sheet at reception.
Access to Ryogoku View Hotel
1-min walk from Ryogoku Station (JR Sobu Line)
7-min walk from Ryogoku Station (Toei Oedo Line)
From JR Ryogoku Station, go across the crosswalk, go up the stairs outside Ryogoku View Hotel to the 2nd floor meeting location Sakura-tei / Oicho Restaurant.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the departure time.
The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance. The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

All customers on this tour will be given a sumo guidebook (in English) as a gift! (1 per person)

18:00-18:30Plan Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after the tour. The guide will be able to provide information about access to transportation.
The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
10. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J00801MMS

Detail 1. Book now before it’s sold out! Watch sumo wrestling, a 1,500-year-old Japanese cultural tradition, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter who is also a sumo fan.
2. Watch the sumo wrestlers’ fierce battles from a comfortable reserved seat (chair seating).
3. Watching sumo wrestling is becoming more and more popular even within Japan. This is a very popular tour so we recommend booking early.
4. This tour departing from Shinjuku is convenient for those staying in the Shinjuku area as well as other areas on the west side of Tokyo.

Paket Termasuk National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter fee, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour

Rencana Perjalanan Day 113:00-13:10Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Main Tower 3F Check-in Counter

Please arrive 10 minutes before the departure time.
[Meeting Location]
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Main Tower 3F Check-in Counter
[Access] 5-min walk from JR Shinjuku Station West Exit

Tochomae Station or Shinjuku Station

Oedo Subway Line or JR Line

Ryogoku Station

The tour will walk to Ryogoku Kokugikan.

Visit the Sumo Museum at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Tour the Sumo Museum. A variety of items related to sumo wrestling are on exhibit here. The exhibit changes 6 times a year, so even those who have visited before can look forward to something new.

Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.

Watch Sumo at Ryogoku Kokugikan

Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Enjoy the thrilling matches from your reserved seat.
Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
Participants are allowed to purchase food or items, or take a break or have a meal at the dining hall while the match is going on.
The sumo matches are held from the lower ranks to the higher ranks, beginning with the junior division.
15:45- Makuuchi Wrestler Ceremonial Entrance. The crowd becomes alive at the sight of their favorite wrestlers and cheers them on. The atmosphere in the arena brightens instantly.
16:00- Yokozuna Grand Champion Ring Entrance. The yokozuna enter the ring accompanied by two apprentices.
16:10- Intense bouts between the highest division wrestlers begin.

How to enjoy Sumo:
Watching the sumo matches is the main event, but there are many other things to enjoy at the Kokugikan arena.
First, check out the arena entrance lobby to look at the championship flags and other items given to champion sumo wrestlers. The lobby is also a popular spot for photo taking.
Secondly, the arena houses a Sumo Museum where important sumo related items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons from as far back as the Edo period are on display. Check out the exhibit during a break in the sumo matches.
Finally, don’t forget to browse through the various sumo-related goods that are on sale.

All customers on this tour will be given a sumo guidebook (in English) as a gift! (1 per person)

18:00-18:30Plan Ends

Please head to your next destination on your own after the tour. The guide will be able to provide information about access to transportation.
The whole area around Ryogoku Station is filled with the atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament. There are also many chanko hot pot restaurants run by former sumo wrestlers in this area.

Syarat & Ketentuan 1. Planning Company: JTB Corp.
Address: 2-3-11 Higashi Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent (No. 64)
A member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents
2. If the minimum number of participants (1) is not met by 4 days before the scheduled date, the tour on that date may be cancelled.
3. Please inform us of your accommodation and contact details for the day prior to the tour. Participants will be contacted if the tour is cancelled.
4. Please note that participants may not join partway through the tour. Also, participants may join only from the meeting location specified in advance.
5. Participants will watch from 2nd floor B seats. Also, seats may not be designated. This information will be informed on the day of the tour.
6. Children up to 3 years of age may also join, but must sit on the lap of a parent or guardian while watching. Please make a booking at the child rate if your child requires their own seat.
7. Please note that you may have to wait to be taken to your seat if one of the following events is underway at the time: a sumo match, the ring entering procession of the Makuuchi division wrestlers (dohyoiri), the ring entering procession of the Yokozuna, the ritual stomping ceremony, or a speech by the Sumo Association (on the first and the last tournament day). In such a case, you will be taken to your seat when the event is over.
8. Please refrain from bringing food and drinks into the arena. Please purchase food and refreshments from the vendors inside the arena.
9. Depending on congestion conditions on the day, customers may be asked to tour around the Sumo Museum on their own.
10. [Participating in a Wheelchair]
– For those participating in a wheelchair please make a request in the free entry field when booking.
– As Ryogoku Kokugikan’s wheelchair storage area is on the 1st floor, please go to the 2nd floor on your own or with the help of an accompanying group member.
When heading to the seats there are stairs and escalators going up and down.
– Tours departing from Hamamatsu and Shinjuku will travel to Ryogoku by train, and customers may be required to make a transfer or use stairs/escalators, so please book a tour departing from Ryogoku.

Kode Tour: BWGDT1J00901MMS

Harga Mulai: Rp. 1,470,000


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