Ryogoku is a neighbourhood of Sumida City in Tokyo. It is considered the center of the professional sumo world, with the Kokugikan sumo arena and numerous sumo stables located in the area. Other places of interest include the Edo-Tokyo museum (photo above) and Yokoamicho Park.

Above, Sumida River.

Yokoamicho Park

Above, the Great Kanto Earthquake Memorial Museum.

Below, the Tokyo Memorial Hall, which commemorates the firebombing of Tokyo during WW2.

Kyu Yasuda-Tei Garden


It is a sumo arena. It also hosts the Sumo Museum.

Above, view of Kokugikan from the Edo-Tokyo Museum.

Edo-Tokyo Museum



Above, Sumida River.


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