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First visit to the Grand Sumo Tournament
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Vol.4

 

So I got the 3,600 yen ticket and went into the arena.

As soon as you get in you have to go through a baggage check. But this is only to check that nothing dangerous is being brought in, and does not mean that you can't bring in any food or cameras (as you can see, eating/ drinking and photography are allowed).
 


"Baggage check"

 
"Main entrance"

" Entrance to the sumo information center "
 

You can get inside through two entrances, the main entrance and the one by the information center (Sumo-annaijo), but you can borrow a cushion for free at the main entrance so itfs better to make use of it if you're not comfortable sitting for a long time.

Also, they lend you portable radio (audio guide) which gives you full explanation of sumo and live broadcasting in Japanese and English as well for 200 yen.

In fact, there was quite a number of non-Japanese coming to watch the match with earphones plugged in their ears.

The sumo information center on the other hand was full of people dealing with souvenirs.
 
 
 
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