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Just being pedantic, the area north of the Chuo line is actually Yokoami-cho despite several important sites being labeled as "Ryogoku" like the Ryลgoku Kokugikan, the nearby high school, several hotels/stores and even the train station.

The area south of the main rail line is actually Ryogoku-cho. The current Ekลin Temple was the site of the previous centre for sumo in Japan until 1909 when until original Ryลgoku Kokugikan was constructed. The current Ryลgoku Kokugikan was opened for competition in Yokoami in 1985, replacing the use of the Kuramae Kokugikan across the river in Kuramae-cho, Taito ward.

There are a lot of worthwhile spots to visit in that small area, although most people concentrate on the Edo Museum and the sumo.