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Negurayama

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Hi everyone,

 

I have lived in Japan from 2002 to 2010 and got interested in sumo when visited the Kokugikan for the first time in 2007. It was easy to buy tickets then... I went with my wife and we have filled out a questionnaire for a chance to win another ticket  (the second prize was 3 kgs of potato). My wife got the ticket, which made her extremely happy, so we went again and kept on going after...

We moved back to Hungary later and watching sumo is one of a few ways how we stay in touch with Japan. My wife runs a cooking school in Budapest where she teaches Japanese cooking and recently we have introduced a sumo event where I talk about sumo and she makes chanko for the guests. The goal is to build a community of local sumo enthusiasts this way.

The content on the forum is amazing and I am looking forward to learning from you all!

 

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Hi, I lived in Osaka for a year and Tokyo for 7 years (Kokubunji and Meguro).

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Hearty salutations from the Swami!

 

Swami

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Welcome to international sumo fan community. (Welcome...)

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