Beneath the vaulted roof of Yokozuna Tonkatsu Dosukoi Tanaka, patrons pay 11,000 yen ($76) to eat breaded pork cutlets before watching and joining wrestlers in a sumo ring. Ohtori spent his two-decade sumo career struggling for wins so he could to move up the ranks of Japan's traditional sport, but now he is fighting to entertain a different crowd: curious tourists.
America celebrates its 246th year of independence with fireworks, parades, music and the pursuit of hot dogs.\nThe 4th of July, or Independence Day, is arguably America\u2019s favorite holiday! The day commemorates when the US gained its independence, so historically, the day is filled with celebrations. One of the most colorful and interesting celebrations of the year, it\u2019s a time to get together with friends, enjoy your favorite summer foods, listen to music, and have a great time.
Americans across the country celebrated Juneteenth, marking the relatively new national holiday on 19 June with cookouts, parades and other gatherings as they commemorated the end of slavery after the civil war. With street parties, the trumpets and drums of marching bands, speeches and a few political rallies, people across the United States marked Juneteenth this weekend, a jubilee commemorating the end of the legal enslavement of Black Americans.