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Sumo Experience

18 Caradon Close
Woking
Surrey
GU21 3DU
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Sumo Experience specialises in providing a fully themed, fun Sumo experience for your event or party. When you book with us you get all the fun of Sumo without having to put on a pound! The bulk you require will come by way of our top quality adult and childrens fat suits. We will set up your 'Dohyo' (Sumo arena) with a specially marked out crash mat. Your 'Gyoji' (Sumo referee) will set everything up for you, explain the rules, organise the competition, score the bouts, and add in a few surprises, and all with tongue firmly in cheek. There is no Sumo purism here, laughing is more important than winning.

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