May 22, 2008

Sumo

We take a trip to Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan. Watch as I document sumo matches from the lower ranks all the way up to the makuuchi level. We catch a glimpse of Asashoryu doing his yokozuna dance, and see a couple of vicious and too close to call bouts. Sit back and enjoy this sacred and entertaining competition called sumo.


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4 comments:

Jon Allen said...

Hey Owen.
Great video. I've been meaning to go to Sumo for about six months since I've been here.
I only find out about in the last few days of the tournament when it's about to finish and impossible to get tickets for.
When is it next in Tokyo?

I enjoyed the other videos too and will be coming back for more!

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Owen said...

Hey Jon,

There is an Autumn Basho in Tokyo at the Ryogoku Kokugikan between September 14 - 28. It should get interesting considering the recent flairups between the top yokozunas Asashoryu and Hakuho.

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Jon Allen said...

Hi Owen.
Thanks for the dates.
Added to the calendar already, so we wont forget next time!