Sumo Wrestlers' temporally accommodation facilities in and around Nagoya

Most of the wrestlers come to Nagoya approx. two weeks before the tournament and leave Nagoya one week after.

Many stables permit us to watch their morning practice called "Asageiko ’©ŒmŒÃ".
(After the big gambling scandal in 2010, some stables shut out people from their place)

Between one week before and one day before the tournament is the best period to watch.
6:30a.m. - 9:30a.m. or 10:00a.m. (depend on the stable)

Rules of watching asa-geiko (morning training)
The dohyo (sumo wrestling ring) is a sacred place
where Sumo wrestlers dedicate
their life and soul.
In viewing their training, you must be
in compliance with the following rules.
  • Be respectful at all times
  • No chatting
  • No eating (including chewing gum) or drinking
  • No entry to the dohyo or the dirt area
  • No sitting with your legs straight (either sit on your heels or sit cross-legged)
  • No asking signature
  • No touching wrestlers
  • Remove headgear
  • Power off the mobile phone
other
  • Photography is allowed. (When you take photos for commercial purposes, you must be permitted by Nihon Sumo Kyokai who controles every sumo wrestler's right of portrait; TEL: 03-3623-5111) No flash
  • You can keep your shoes on when you watch from out of the specific area, but take off your shoes iwhen you watch from the tatami area.


2015

. Name of the stable Address, TEL famous sumo wrestler (Sekitori)( viewing
morning training
Additional Info.
1 Kitanoumi-beya
–k‚ÌŒÎ
Rodo-kaikan Honkan@˜J“­‰ïŠÙ–{ŠÙ
9-3, Sawashita-cho, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs”M“c‹æ‘ò‰º’¬‚X|‚R
Kitataiki–k‘¾Ž÷
Kitaharima
- -
2 Hakkaku-beya
”ªŠp
Sohouo-ji (temple) ‘Š‰žŽ›
1-47, Shiroyama-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®ŽsçŽí‹æéŽR’¬1-47
Okinoumi‰BŠò‚ÌŠC OK -
3 Kokonoe-beya
‹ãd
Tokugen-ji (temple) Shuko-kan@“¿Œ¹Ž›CŒÃŠÙ
1-1-19, Shindeki, Higashi-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs“Œ‹æVo—ˆ1-1-19

ChiyoOotoriç‘ã–P
Chiyomaruç‘ãŠÛ
Chiyotairyuç‘ã‘å—´
ChiyoOhç‘ãc
OK TEL: 052-936-2698
Get off at KurumamichiŽÔ“¹Sta. on the
Sakuradori Subway Line. Take exit 1.
Walk to the north approx. 15 min.
or
Take a bus "Kikan2 ŠîŠ²2 from OASIS21
bus terminal No.3 stop. Get off at
“y—j 11:15‚ӂꑾŒÛ?
4 Chiganoura-beya
ç‰êƒm‰Y
c/o Umemoto, 4-5-8, Yanagihara, Kita-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs–k‹æ–öŒ´4-5-8
- - -
5 Fujishima-beya
“¡“‡
Shotoku-ji (temple)¹“¿Ž›
2-30, Fukutoku-cho, Kita-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs–k‹æ•Ÿ“¿’¬2-30
ShotenroãēV˜T - -
6 Isenoumi-beya
ˆÉ¨‚ÌŠC
Zenko-ji Betsuin (temple) ‘PŒõŽ›•Ê‰@
1-377, Nakaotai, Nishi-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs¼‹æ’†¬“cˆä1-377
Ikioi¨
Nishikigi‹Ñ–Ø
OK TEL: 052-501-1757
Get off at Nakaotai ’†¬“cˆä@Sta. on the
Meitetsu Inuyama Line. Walk to the southeast approx. 3 min.
7  Michinoku-beya
—¤‰œ
 Ansho-ji (temple) ˆÀ«Ž›
5-20, Inoh-cho, Nishi-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs¼‹æˆî¶’¬5-20
 - OK  Morning practice is held at Iwakura-shi
Shobosho Šâ‘qŽsÁ–h@(119 KitaAnada,
Kawai-cho, Iwakura C.
Šâ‘qŽsìˆä’¬–kŒŠ“c119
)
8 Tomozuna-beya
—Fj
Ganjo-ji (temple)Yakushi-do@Šè¬Ž›–òŽt“°
8, Takasuka-cho,Nakamura-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs’†‘º‹æ‚{‰ê’¬8
KaiseiŠ@¹
Kyokushuhouˆ®G–Q
Kyokutenhoˆ®“V–Q
Asahishohˆ®“ú¼
OK -
9 Takadagawa-beya
‚“cì
1-556, Higashi-Chaya, Minato-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs`‹æ“Œ’ƒ‰®1-556
Kagayaki@‹P - -
10  Irumagawa-beya
“üŠÔì
 c/o Goto Crane@Œã“¡ƒNƒŒ[ƒ“
1-2202, Iriba, Minato-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs`‹æ“üê1-2202
 - -
11  Miyagino-beya
‹{é–ì
 Josen-ji (temple) òòŽ›
9 Kaminaka-machi, Narumi-cho, Midori-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs—΋æ–ŠC’¬ã’†’¬9
Hakuho@”’–Q
IshiuraÎ‰Y
OK   -
12 Shikoroyama-beya
èCŽR
Aichi-dokei-denki Midori domitory ˆ¤’mŽžŒv“d‹@—Η¾
1-39-1, Shikayama, Midori-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs—΋掭ŽR1-39-1
SeiroÂ˜T
Abiˆ¢‰Š
OK -
13  Isegahama-beya
ˆÉ¨ƒ–•l•”‰®
 Tenrikyo Higashiaidai-kyokai@“V—‹³“Œˆ¤‘勳‰ï
1-1, Toyooka-dori, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs•ä‹æ–L‰ª’Ê1-1
Harumafuji“ú”n•xŽm
TerunofujiÆƒm•xŽm
Takarafuji•ó•xŽm
AminishikiˆÀ”ü‹Ñ
Homarefuji—_•xŽm
-  -
14 Nishonoseki-beya
“ñŠƒmŠÖ•”‰®
??? Saisho-ji (temple) Betsuin@Ï¼Ž›•Ê‰@
3-901, Makinohara, Meito-ku, Nagoya
–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs–¼“Œ‹æ–q‚ÌŒ´3-901
Shohozan¼–PŽR OK ??? TEL: 052-701-6805
15  Tagonoura-beya
“cŽq‚̉Y
 Daiyu-in (temple) ‘å—Y‰@
1704, Kanihara, Nagakute-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§’·‹vŽè’¬ŠIŒ´1704
 Kisenosato‹H¨‚Ì—¢
Takayasu‚ˆÀ
WakanosatoŽá‚Ì—¢
OK
16  Ohnomatsu-beya
ˆ¢•¼
 IkedaKomuten ’r“cH–±“X
2-15-11,Higashiyama-cho, Owariasahi C. Aichi Pref.
”ö’£ˆ®Žs“ŒŽR’¬2-15-11
Amuuruˆ¢–²˜I
Daido‘哹
Ohnoshoˆ¢•ç
-  -
17 Oguruma-beya
”öŽÔ
Chubukensetsu’†•”ŒšÝ
26-2, NishiNagane-cho, Seto C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§£ŒËŽs¼’·ª’¬26-2
Takekaze‹•—,
Yoshikaze‰Ã•—
Amakaze“V•—,
- -
18  Tamanoi-beya
‹Êƒmˆä
 Jizo-ji (temple)@’n‘ Ž›
1-7-3, Yamato-dori, Kasugai C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§t“úˆäŽs‘å˜a’Ê1-7-3
Fujiazuma•xŽm“Œ OK -
19  Kasugano-beya
t“ú–ì
 Hachimansha (shrine)@”ª”¦ŽÐ
2-31-1, Kashiwai-cho, Kasugai C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§t“úˆäŽs”ˆä’¬2-31-1”ª”¦ŽÐ
 Tochiohzan“ÈàŠŽR
Tochinoshin“ȃmS,
Aoiyama‘“ŽR
OK  -
20  Shikihide-beya
Ž®G
 Kansho-jiŠÏ¹Ž›
25 Kunotsubo Koshin-mae,Kitanagoya C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§–k–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs‹ã”V’؍M\‘O25
 - -
21  Tatsunami-beya
—§˜Q
 Takada-ji (temple)@‚“cŽ›
383, Takadaji, Kitanagoya C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§–k–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs‚“cŽ›383
 - -
22  Kagamiyama-beya
‹¾ŽR
 Chofuku-ji (temple) ’·•ŸŽ›
217, Hachiryu, Hojoji, Kitanagoya C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§–k–¼ŒÃ‰®Žs–@¬Ž›”ª—³217
 Kagamiou‹¾÷ -
23  Nishikido-beya
‹ÑŒË
 c/o Yamauchi,
70-1, Kosatsu, Haruhi, Kiyosu C.
Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§´{Žst“ú‚ŽD70-1ŽR“à•û
 - -
24  Azumazeki-beya
“ŒŠÖ
 Mantoku-ji (temple) äݓ¿Ž›
3-2-57, Nagano, Inazawa C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§ˆî‘òŽs’·–ì3-2-57
OK
25  Asakayama-beya
óŽR•”‰®
? - -  -
26  Ohtake-beya
‘å›Ô
 139, , Heiwa-cho, ShimokoshiHigashi, Inazawa C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§ˆî‘òŽs•½˜a’¬‰º‹N“Œ139
 Oosuna'arashi‘卻—’ -  -
27  Shibatayama-beya
ŽÅ“cŽR•”‰®
Toyota-Jido-shokki Obu factory@–L“cŽ©“®D‹@‘å•{Hê
1-1, Ebata-cho, Obu C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§‘å•{Žs]’[’¬1-1 
Wakanoshima Žá”T“‡ -
28  Kataonami-beya
•Ð’j”g
 Atsuta-jinja (shrine)@”M“c_ŽÐ
4-26, Asahi-cho, Obu C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§‘å•{Žs’©“ú’¬4-26
Tamawashi‹Ê˜h,
Tamakasuka‹Ê”ò’¹ 
-  -
29 Tokitsukaze-beya
Žž’Õ—
Naritasan Nagoya-betsuin (temple) ¬“cŽR–¼ŒÃ‰®•Ê‰@
5, Kitahakusandaira, Inuyama C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§Œ¢ŽRŽs”’ŽR•½5
Toyonoshima–Lƒm“‡,
TokitenkuŽž“V‹ó,
Tosayutaka“y²–L
- -
30   Dewanoumi-beya
o‰HŠC
 Zenko-ji (temple) ‘PŒõŽ›
4-39, Inuyama-kita-Hakusan-daira, Inuyama C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§Œ¢ŽRŽsŒ¢ŽR–k”’ŽR•½4-39 ‘PŒõŽ›
  Dewahayateo‰HŽ¾•— OK    Get off at Inuyama-Yuen Sta. on the Meitetsu Line.Take Higashiguchi gate. Walk up the hill 5 min.
31 Sakaigawa-beya
‹«ì 
Aichi Jutaku@ƒAƒCƒ`Z‘î
119, Minamiyamana-baba, Fuso-cho, Niwa-gun, Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§’O‰HŒS•}ŒK’¬“ìŽR–¼”nê119 
Goueido‹‰h“¹
Myogiryu–­‹`—´
Sadanoumi²“c‚ÌŠC
Sadanofuji²“c‚Ì•xŽm
Toyohibiki –L‹¿
-
32  Minato-beya
–© 
 Jokan-ji (temple) íŠÏŽ›
114, Hachiryu, Koori-cho, Konan C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§]“ìŽs¬Ü’¬”ª—³114 
  Ichinojoˆíƒmé -  -
33  Arashio-beya
rŽ¬
 Nishiasai Kominkan@¼óˆäŒö–¯ŠÙ
Shinmei, Nishiazai, Azai-cho,
Ichinomiya C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§ˆê‹{Žsóˆä’¬¼óˆä_–¾
 Soukokurai‘“‘—ˆ OK  -
34  Sadogatake-beya
²“nƒ–›Ô
 Kongo-yochien@‹à„—c’t‰€
58, Kaimei-Satonaka, Ichinomiya C. Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§ˆê‹{ŽsŠJ–¾‹½’†58
Kotoshogiku‹Õ§‹e
Kotoyuuki‹Õ—E‹P
OK
35  Kasugayama-beya
t“úŽR
 DaieiTsusho ‘å‰h’ʏ¤
1-5-3, Higashishima-cho, Ichinomiya C. Ahi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§ˆê‹{Žs“Œ“‡’¬1-5-3
 - OK
36   Musashigawa[beya
•‘ ì
 7, Moritsu, Yatomi C.@, Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§–í•xŽsX’Ã7 
 - -
37   Takasago-beya
‚»
  Ryusho-in (temple)@—´Æ‰@
Sunari-monyashiki-kami, Kanie-cho, Ama-gun, Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§ŠC•”ŒSŠI]’¬{¬
 Asasekiryu ’©Ô—´ OK  -
38 Onoe-beya
”öã 
 54, Tsuigome Aza-Nagaike, Isshiki-cho ,Nishio C
ˆ¤’mŒ§¼”öŽsˆêF’¬‘ΕĎš’·’r54
Tenkaihou“VŠZ–Q
Satoyama—¢ŽR
OK  -
39  Izutsu-beya
ˆä“›
 Kenko-in (temple) Š££‰@
4, Sayata, Ogawa, Higashiura-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi Pref.
ˆ¤’mŒ§“Œ‰Y’¬ì¹–í“c4
 Kakuryu’ß—³ OK  -
40 Kise-beya
–ؐ£•”‰®
 5-43, Hon-machi, Funabashi-cho, Hashima C. Gifu Pref.
Šò•ŒŒ§‰H“‡ŽsM‹´’¬–{’¬5-43
Tokushoryu“¿Ÿ—´
Gagamaru‰ç‰åŠÛ
Joukouryu,íK—´
Hidenoumi‰p”TŠC
Akiseyama–¾£ŽR
- -
41  Takanohana-beya
‹M”T‰Ô
 922-3 Tateshiro, Fukushima, Kuwana C. Mie Pref.
ŽOdŒ§ŒK–¼Žs•Ÿ“‡—§‘ã922-3
 Takanoiwa‹MƒmŠâ OK  -
42 Minezaki-beya
•ôè
Chinkokushukoku-jinja (shrine)@’Á‘Žç‘_ŽÐ
9, Yoshinomaru, Kuwana C. Mie Pref.
ŽOdŒ§ŒK–¼Žs‹g”VŠÛ9
Arawashir˜h - -
43 Oitekaze-beya
’ÇŽè•—
Matsubaya-Ryokan@¼—t‰®—·ŠÙ
15-21, ShirakoHonmachi,Suzuka C. Mie Pref.
ŽOdŒ§—鎭Žs”’Žq–{’¬15-21
Endo‰““¡
Daieisho‘å‰hãÄ
Daishomaru‘åãĊÛ
- -


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