Sumo Museum

3, 1, Yokoami, 28, Sumida, Tokyo, Japan
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The Sumo Museum was opened in September 1954 to coincide with the completion of professional sumo's new home, the Kuramae Kokugikan. Based on the materials gathered over the years by its first curator,…

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The Sumo Museum was opened in September 1954 to coincide with the completion of professional sumo's new home, the Kuramae Kokugikan. Based on the materials gathered over the years by its first curator, Sakai Tadamasa, it was created to protect and preserve the rich historical heritage of Japan's national sport. In January 1985 the museum moved to its present location when tournament sumo returned to Ryogoku with the opening of the Ryogoku Kokugikan.

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Located on the first floor of The Ryogoku Kokugikan.

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Address: 3, 1, Yokoami, 28, Sumida, Tokyo, Japan

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