Sumo tournament in Japan: a guide to witnessing the fights 本場所

  • Published on : 23/05/2019
  • by : G.L.
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Sumo is a rare spectacle: six tournaments are organized each year in four cities of the country. Here's a little guide for those interested in watching the match live.

Le stade de Ryôgoku durant le tournoi

Le stade de Ryôgoku durant le tournoi


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  • Tue, 12/10/2019 - 00:00

    Réponse à Clara I was assuming they were for blind people to know where they were

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