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The 2015 dedication Grand Sumo Tournament (Japan Sumo Wrestling Association sponsorship)

Date Friday, April 3, 2015 from 9:00 to 15:00
Place Yasukuni Shrine sumo wrestling hall (3-1-1, Kudankita)
Access The JR "Iidabashi Station" west exit, "Ichigaya Station" 10-minute walk
Tozai Line, Hanzomon Line, Shinjuku Line "Kudanshita Station" exit 1, a 5-minute walk
Yurakucho Line, Namboku Line, Shinjuku Line "Ichigaya Station" Exit A4, a 10-minute walk
Tozai Line, Yurakucho Line, Namboku Line "Iidabashi Station" Exit A2, Exit A5, a 10-minute walk
Rate No charge for admission
Sponsorship Japan Sumo Wrestling Association
Reference Yasukuni Shrine
TEL: 03-3261-8326

Event contents

The 2015 dedication Grand Sumo Tournament

Since foundation of 1869, the dedication Grand Sumo Tournament by Japan Sumo Wrestling Association sponsorship becoming annual is held this year in precincts sumo wrestling hall.
kenadomo is performed for comic sumo acting, sumo lively folk song, oar drummer who is not seen in regular sumo tournament.
In occasion of worship, please see white-hot approach by 200 sumo wrestlers lower than yokozuna, ozeki in all by all means.

1. Sumo ring festival (9:00)
2. Approach start (10:40)
Comic sumo acting, sumo lively folk song
We hit sumo-tournament-announcing drum
3. Association officer, yokozuna, top division sumo wrestler worship (13:30)
4. Chorus in utai singing at the principal actor's temporary exit (14:00)
Top division sumo wrestler sumo ring case lower than yokozuna
5. Repousse (15:00 plan)
6. 6,000 day of the seating capacity first-come-first-served bases (we may set a limit to ※ entrance)

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