Tokyo. You have no idea until you go. This ancient Eastern city throbs with lights, culture, and movement so sure to both invigorate and bedazzle you the moment you step off the plane, that there is little wonder as to why this city is one of ... 

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The match was on...

June 2013

Chris Hord
Australia

The match was on...

The ceremonial attire of a Yokozuna

May 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

Sumo Wrestling: A Yokozuna performing the ceremonial Dohyo-iri.

Birds

May 2008

Esther S
United Kingdom

Our boat was pursued by seagulls past Tsukiji Market and beyond.

Bout in sumo wrestling

October 2007

Anonymous

Anonymous

Wrestlers squaring up to each other.

Buddhist Temple

February 2015

John L
USA

Buddhist temple, pagoda, and area

Garden gate from inside the entrance

February 2015

John L
USA

Looking down the entrance toward Tokyo, currently the guard building is being renovated, it will add to the tour when completed.

Famous corner of the Imperial garden

February 2015

John L
USA

A traditional Japanese garden where all elements of nature are designed into the corner, including a small waterfall and pond full of koi

Walls and trees

February 2015

John L
USA

One of the interesting items our guide mentioned were the colors of the blocks making up the walls. The darker ones from Fuji in the south, the lighter ones from queries to the north.

Opening Drum beats

February 2015

John L
USA

The show starts with 2 groups of drummers, man and women, who have platforms that move. Performers were very energetic and fun to watch.

One of the marriages we saw at the shrine

February 2015

John L
USA

The wedding processions we saw were all in traditional clothing and very ceremonial. It was a real treat to get to see these and how the cultural experiences are the same and different from our own.

Shinto Monk Procession

February 2015

John L
USA

Our tour arrived just as the bells were tolling and soon after the monks left. The guards cleared a path and everyone had to stand to the side as they came through

More empty Saki barrels

February 2015

John L
USA

The opposite side are different types of barrels

Shinto Shrine Saki display

February 2015

John L
USA

Barrels are empty but its a great photo opportunity.

The show is about to begin

February 2015

John L
USA

You get seated, remember back row is best as its higher and you don't have to worry about the guard rails or fences they put up during the show.

Drink and snack girls

February 2015

John L
USA

They take care of you between sets, carry kegs on their backs and sell pop corn and other snacks

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