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Nagoya-City Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament
(Ozumo Nagoya Basho)

Date : 07/04/2021 - 07/18/2021


  • Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament (Ozumo Nagoya Basho)
  • Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament (Ozumo Nagoya Basho)

Every Year Nagoya Hosts One of the Six "Honbasho" Sumo Tournaments Held in Japan!

Tournaments of sumo, the national sport of Japan, are called "Honbasho," and are held six times a year in various parts of the country, in sequence. "Nagoya Basho" is held annually in July at the Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium, neighbor to the city's jewel, Nagoya Castle. Each "Basho" tournament lasts for 15 days, during which wrestlers fight in matches under a round robin system by Sumo "Heya" (guild), and each "heya" compete to win the "basho" by the number of wins and losses in those matches.

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : From July 4 (Sunday) to 18 (Sunday), 2021
Place : Dolphins Arena (Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium)
Location : 〒460-0032
1-1 Ninomaru, Naka-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture
(Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium)
Fee : -Beware of ticket fraud and scams!-
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TICKETS PRICES
(All prices include tax and are per individual guests, except where noted otherwise) (*1)

◘RINGSIDE SEATS:
20,000 yen (*2)

◘BOX SEATS:
‣Box Seat S (2 guests [typically for 4 guests]) 
Weekends 15,000 yen; Weekdays 14,000 yen
‣Box Seat A (1 or 2 guests [typically for 2 or 4 guests])
Weekends 13,000 yen; Weekdays 11,000 yen
‣Box Seat B (1 or 2 guests [typically for 2 or 4 guests])
Weekends 10,000 yen; Weekdays 9,000 yen (*3)
‣Box Seat C (2 guests)
Weekends 9,000 yen; Weekdays 8,000 yen (*4)
‣Box Seat D (1 guest)
Weekends 8,000 yen; Weekdays 7,000 yen

◘CHAIR SEATS:
‣Reserved Seat in Section S (1 guest)
Weekends 6,000 yen; Weekdays 5,000 yen
‣Reserved Seat in Section A (1 guest)
Weekends 5,000 yen; Weekdays 4,500 yen
‣Reserved Seat in Section B (1 guest)
Weekends 3,500 yen; Weekdays 3,000 yen

*1: Children aged 4 years or older pay full ticket price; no special children discount available for reserved seats.
*2: Wrestlers, etc. may fall from ring and cause injuries, admission will be denied to persons unable to cope with such situations (children, physically disabled individuals, etc.). Children under 6 not admitted, and ages 6 or older must be accompanied by custodian adult at all times. Additionally, small children are not allowed in the areas of rows 1 to 5 under any circumstances. One ticket per person: seat sharing by holding child/children in the arms or seating in the legs is strictly prohibited. In case of injury or damage by falling wrestler, etc., first aid shall be provided at proper healthcare facility; however, no further damage compensation or payment shall be made, meaning that responsibility is of the spectator guest. Dangerous items, eating/drinking, and use of recording equipment of any kind in this area, are all strictly prohibited.
*3: Box Seat B for 2 guests comes with a 1,000 yen coupon per person, redeemable on the day of the reservation until 4:00 PM.
*4: From the 13th to 16th row of the main and back side. Area is same as 4-guest box seats but limited to only 2 guests.

*: Sales of General Admission tickets at the box office to be determined at a later date.
Parking : No exclusive parking
Phone number : 052-221-0738 (Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament Advance Ticket Office)
*: Weekdays from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.

ACCESS

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    Access by public transport
    5 min. walk from Shiyakusho Station of the subway Meijo Line (Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium)

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