Tag:sport=sumo

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Dohyo at Former Ryogoku Kokugikan Hall in 1936.JPG
Description
A traditional martial arts sport of Japan. Edit
Group: Sports
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
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Status: de facto

Sumo is a traditional martial arts of Japan.

Sumo matches usually take place in a dohyō. Dokyō is usually made on top of a platform made of clay mixed with sand. Therefore there are many dojo and pitches used for sumo exclusively.

Some jinjas (Shinto shrines) and schools in Japan have outdoor dohyōs.

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This tag isn't a physical tag, so it should be used with another physical tag, such as amenity=dojo, leisure=pitch or leisure=stadium.

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