The national sport of Japan. The Japanese here is actually "ozumo," or "Grand Sumo."
Ancient form of Japanese wrestling, steeped in religious aspects of Shintoism, contestants build themselves up to great weights in order to gain an advantage over their opponents.
Japan's national sport, a form of heavyweight wrestling which evolved from ancient Shinto divination rites.
a Japanese form of wrestling; you lose if you are forced out of a small ring or if any part of your body (other than your feet) touches the ground
A modern sport-version of sumai, a grappling art dating the 8th century. (Japanese)
wrestling based on strength and weight
Japanese style of wrestling.
The sport is of Japanese origin and is surrounded by ceremony and ritual. The Japanese consider Sumo a gendai budÅ: a modern Japanese martial art, even though the sport has a history spanning many centuries.