Experience life in Tokyo in the shoes of a sumo wrestler when you embark on this immersive, one-of-a-kind walking tour through the streets of the city with a veteran sumo wrestler himself! You won't only get to know all about the ancient Japanese art of sumo but also the hardships, management, and training that sumo wrestlers have to go through in order to perfect their skill. Get to meet and greet actual practitioners of sumo and befriend your own sumo wrestler guide, who will be accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter. Kick the tour off at Ryōgoku Kokugikan or Ryōgoku Sumo Hall, the fourth sumo hall built in Tokyo and has been in use since 1985. Next up Ryōgoku Takahashi, a shop that stocks more sumo-related goods than even the Sumo Hall itself, It is full of unique souvenir products that you can purchase. Walk farther towards Denbouin Street found in Asakusa, which is a perfect blend of modern Tokyo and old Edo Tokyo. Feel like you're in the past when you go through this historic area. Then, you'll be going to Senso-ji, an ancient Buddhist temple which is actually the oldest in all of Tokyo. Your last stop will be Kaminarimon, one of the most beautiful and iconic gates that lead to Senso-ji.