Sumo illustration

Explore a collection of unique and eye-catching sumo illustration ideas that showcase the power and grace of this traditional Japanese sport. Get inspired to create your own sumo-inspired artworks and capture the essence of this ancient martial art.

Just your everyday smooth, comfy tee, a wardrobe staple Slim fit, so size up if you prefer a looser fit, or check out the Classic T-Shirt Male model shown is 6'0" / 183 cm tall and wearing size Large Female model shown is 5'8" / 173 cm tall and wearing size Small Midweight 4.2 oz. / 145 gsm fabric, solid color t-shirts are 100% cotton, heather grey t-shirts are 90% cotton/10% polyester charcoal heather t-shirts are 52% cotton/48% polyester The third party printer of this product is evaluated…

Richard Lapinski
Sumo Wrestler, Sumo, Manga, Japanese Wrestling, Maneki Neko, Japanese, Japanese Culture, Japanese Traditional, Asian Art

Champion sumo wrestler Konishiki from Hawaii. He was ozeki; the second highest ranking, one below from the grand champion, Yokozuna. He was the heaviest sumo wrestler, 225 kg, on the official record. After some 80 years of absence, the Japan Sumo Association commissioned the making of traditional nishiki-e style woodblock printing to publisher Kyoto Hanga-in, artist Daimon, carver Kishima and printer Ito in 1985. These new Sumo Nishiki-e are sold in Ryogoku Kokugi-kan in Tokyo.

Chung Leung