SUMO is a traditional Japanese sport where a RIKISHI (strong man) tried to push opponents out of the circular ring called DOHYO. Force the opponent touches the ground or with any parts other than feet. Japanese people thought that SUMO as KOKUGI (national skills). It is a tradition that is very old and until today, the sport still has many ceremonial elements such as the use of salt for purgation period since it was used in the Shinto religion. Life as a RIKISHI somewhat bound by the rules of the association of SUMO. SUMO professional members must live in the area called HEYA (room) where all aspects of their lives, from how to dress up to eat must according to strict tradition.