Sekitori or sumo wrestlers in Japan live in 43 different training stables which train and feed them. Wrestlers lead a highly regimented way of life. They are prescribed to act and behave depending on their rank. Higher rank wrestlers are given preference over the lower rank, for example in order of taking a bath and having a meal. Wrestlers usually undergo hard training from early in the morning until noon. That’s why they are usually given a large serving of lunch… quite similar to the lunch sets they serve at Sekitori Ortigas.
Crispy salmon roll
Black sesame ice cream
Actually one of the owners of the restaurant is an ex-sumo wrestler with thorough knowledge of authentic Japanese food. And honestly, their food offering is as great as their giant sekitori.
Hanston Square Bldg.
#17 San Miguel Ave., Pasig City
Tel. No.: 881-7985