Things to do in Ryogoku

Ryogoku is known as a Sumo area. Here you will find the Ryogoku Kokugikan, where Sumo tournaments are held three times a year, as well as many restaurants offering chanko nabe Stew, a favorite of Sumo Wrestlers.
Next to the Ryogoku Kokugikan you will find the distinctive Edo-Tokyo Museum, which introduces Tokyo’s history and Culture from the Edo Period until today.
Step out into the alleyways and you will find Streets brimming with downtown atmosphere. Right next to Ryogoku Station is the Sumidagawa River, with a promenade and terrace, as well as jogging and benches to relax on.

Ryogoku Area Guide