With over 100 festival appearances in 30 cities worldwide, we attract crowds who flock to, what is for many, a once-in-a-lifetime sumo experience! From Japanese cultural events to sports expos, museum events, and more, live sumo exhibitions are a highlight of any large public gathering.
The elite sumo wrestlers are the highlight of each festival, bringing crowds of thousands or even tens of thousands to their feet! Make your festival unique with the presence of exotic, elite sumo wrestlers! In most cases, the sumo stars will also pose for photos and sign autographs for guests!
Sumo Exhibitions JapanTown
(annually since 2012 — San Francisco, CA)
Sumo Champions perform all day long each year in Peace Plaza at San Francisco’s Japan Center Malls for thousands of cheering fans!
Arnold Sports Festival with Sumo Stars
We brought World Champions and former pro sumo wrestlers to the world-famous event, and were joined in the ring by Arnold Schwarzenegger himself! Photos
National Cherry Blossom Festival Sumo Shows
(Washington D.C, WA)
Grand Champion Musashimaru joined us for a special 150th anniversary commemoration of US-Japan relations in this festival. He also coached our members and visiting students of Japanese in proper sumo technique. More
Sumo at Riverside Lunar New Year Festival
This festival is one of many that we’ve often performed at. Sumo wrestlers march in the parade, and show live action throughout the day!
Live Sumo Shows at Film Festivals
We’ve made many appearances promoting films, with Japanese themes, sumo scenes, martial arts sequences, and more. Live sumo demonstrations are a great way to engage the audience, in front of the big screen!
Arizona Matsuri, Kansas Japanese Matsuri, Pasadena Cherry Blossom Festival, Asian Heritage Festival, Nisei Week Matsuri, Tofu Festival, Monterey Park Cherry Blossom Festival, Cupertino Cherry Blossom Festival, Temecula Children’s Matsuri, Fresno Extravaganza, Tsunami (Santa Barbara), Los Angeles County Fair, Camarillo Cultural Day, Asian Heritage Festiva, City of Fontana Public Performances, Asia Pacific Museum Events