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Experience a Triple-Whammy of Japanese Culture

By Localiiz 18 November 2013
November 18th 2013 Get your game face on and your chopsticks at the ready for a one-of-a-kind event that’s making its way to Hong Kong for the very first time. On November 23rd, SumoSushiSakeHK will present the ultimate cultural platter with an event combining three of Japan’s most prized traditions: watching fat men wrestle in nappies, eating raw fish and drinking wine made of rice. Work up an appetite watching the mammoth line-up of sumo-wrestling matches, and sample some fantastic Japanese delicacies prepared by restaurants right here in Hong Kong. If you’re feeling competitive after watching the wrestling, enter the sushi (or inexplicably hot dog) eating contests and soon you’ll be well on your way to sumo-fighting greatness - at least in the weight department. Finally put some hair on your chest by working your way through the selection of scrumptious sake, some of which is not available on the Hong Kong market.

What: SumoSushiSake HK When: November 23rd, 12pm - 11pm Where: 63 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay, (Opposite Hong Kong Stadium) Price: Regular Tickets HK$280 (HK$330 at the door) including admission and five tokens. Premium Tickets HK$350 (HK$400 at the door) including admission and 10 tokens. VIP Tickets HK$500 ($550 at the door) including Admission, 15 tokens and access to VIP entrance and seating area. Additional tokens can be purchased at the event. Tickets: on the SumoSushiSake website

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