Ryogoku District
Japan, Tokyo

The Ryogoku area is best known among sumo wrestlers. There are many sumo schools here. Walking through the streets of Ryogoku, you often meet well-fed young people in light cotton kimonos.
It is quite clear that in the region where sumo is almost a religion, there should be a main building dedicated to this martial art. Such a building is the Sumo National Stadium. Inside which is the Sumo Museum, which displays portraits of all the yokozuna (great champions) over the past 200 years.
In addition to places associated with sumo, Ebisu has a grandiose Edo-Tokyo Museum. Where you can get acquainted with the history of Tokyo and the history of Tokyo during the Edo period.

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