Ryogoku Sumo Hall Seating Chart

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Ryogoku Sumo Hall Seating Chart

Post by tonygw » Wed May 10, 2017 12:44 pm

Anyone have any kind of chart of knowledge on how NJPW sets up Sumo hall in Tokyo?

I am getting tickets through Buysumo and am looking to select the Arena A Box for one night of G1 and the 2F special seat for another night. Does anyone have knowledge of what these seats are? I asked at buysumo but they do not have info on NJPW seating.

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Re: Ryogoku Sumo Hall Seating Chart

Post by EvanDeadlySins » Wed May 10, 2017 5:52 pm

Googled "Sumo Hall Seating Chart." Hope it helps. 2F Special is probably one of the first six rows on the second floor.


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Re: Ryogoku Sumo Hall Seating Chart

Post by suplexberry » Wed May 10, 2017 6:47 pm

Arena A B etc are the Sumo box seats. Ie no chair, you sit on a padded mat in an area. It is either sold as two seats or four seats, I believe, and for G1 finals it is probably gonna be sold as four seats so you're sharing space with three other people. Pro's - the crowd atmosphere is most heightened at the lower arena seats. Con's - if you have long legs your legs will probably get cramped, and it may be uncomfortable to share with other people. Not a whole lot of space, long show. (Google "ryugoku sumo hall box seats" to get a visual.)

2F seats are traditional chairs. The set up is quite merciful - the layout is just very good, there almost isn't a bad seat in the house. I was quite far back on 2F and still felt like I wasn't missing much, since I had a clear view of the ring at all times. Pro's - proper seat, lots of room, great view even though very high up in a big building. Con's - slightly less heightened atmosphere, only the biggest chants carried over to the 2nd floor.

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