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Ryogoku Kokugikan

Ryogoku kokugikan
The Kokugikan was opened in 1985.
This structure can withstand an earthquake of up to a magnitude of 10.
It’s kind of symbol of those sturdy sumo wrestlers.
It’s an 11,000-seat stadiam.
Ryogoku is also a place where you can enjoy “Chanko-nabe.”
Chanko-nabe is sumo wrestlers’ rich pot dish.
A variety of ingredients such as pork, chicken, fish, wheat noodles, deep-fried tofu,and vegetables are cooked in large pot.
Sumo wrestlers often eat Chanko to make themselves bigger and stronger.
There are no restrictions on sumo wrestlers’ weights,but their average weight is 140kg,or 308Ibs

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