Рёгоку Кокугикан (яп. 両国国技館 Рё:гоку Кокугикан, «Зал национальных единоборств в Рёгоку»), или просто Кокугикан — крытая спортивная арена, расположенная в квартале Ёкоами (рядом с Рёгоку) района Сумида города Токио, открыта в 1985 году.
Основное предназначение этого зала — проведение соревнований по борьбе сумо, так называемые турниры Хомбасё. В Токио ежегодно проводятся 3 хомбасё: «первый» — в январе, «летний» — в мае, и «осенний» — в сентябре. В этом же здании находится и музей сумо. Помимо сумо здесь проводятся соревнования по боксу, реслингу, и, кроме того, проходят музыкальные концерты.
abhishek kumar | янв. 21, 2018
As a foreigner, the place seemed a lot easy even to travel alone. Quite difficult to get tickets for any day, luckily I got a Friday ticket for 5,100 yen which was worth it as it's valid for the whole day. Matches begin quite early @8am but the main tournament begins @2:30 PM. You can see the sumo wrestlers up and close coming near the south gate. There are lot of food and drink options which are reasonably priced, outside food and drinks aren't allowed. You have a beer and enjoy the match.
Globalwheels Japan | февр. 22, 2018
Fantastic experience even if not a big Sumo fan. Probably best to go with a local to help understand any subplots and form guides. Check out the hand prints at Ryogoku train station.
Fredrik Norman | февр. 11, 2018
The tournament area is easily accessible by metro and the building is spacious with many places to sit and eat. There are toilets everywhere. Finding seats was a bit of a hassle since understanding where to sit was hard from the information on the tickets. The staff however, was friendly and helped us find our way.
Anna Wahidiati | янв. 24, 2018
If you want to experience sumo, this is the place to go. Book your ticket in advance to get the best seat. Once inside the building, don't forget to buy bento or sushi box and your prefered drink to enjoy while you're watching.
宮内あけみ | янв. 29, 2018
I encourage you to visit the hall from an early hour. Kokugikan is a place to meet wrestlers. Strong wrestler had a sense and the skin was beautiful.
Lana Howell | апр. 16, 2018
Great place to enjoy one full day while sumo competition is on. Buy lunch box and get regular seats instead of those with curl feet. Nearly every seat is good and can view clearly. Go early to print out prepurchased ticket at front door then relax and come back around 2 pm to watch the famous sumo wrestlers enter. Competition ends sharp at 6pm, starts at 9am. Well worth the ticket price.
Tom Joseph | апр. 25, 2018
Sumo wrestling is super cool, and far more interesting than it seems. If you have the opportunity, go to a tournament here. Although full of foreigners, still a great atmosphere. You can safely skip the earlier matches because the higher-skilled wrestlers have their matches later in the day, and those matches are much better.
Sean Gauthier | апр. 7, 2018
Incredible experience, and well worth the cost! You need to book almost two months in advance, the day the tickets go on sale. If there's an option to include food in your pre-paid package, skip that. Trust the reviews. The bento boxes for sale at the place are resonably priced and delicious. Sumo staple food, chank nabe, was being sold in a dining room in the basement for very cheap.
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