Sumos rise at 5am but then skip breakfast and begin intense training!
Sumo wrestlers eat their own special type of food. It's called chankonabe, essentially a stew served in a giant pot (nabe means pot) and is a staple of the sumo wrestler diet.
They take a pre-meal bath (which is run for them by a junior wrestler), and then eat their fill at 11am.
Right after eating the first meal, sumo wrestlers go back to their own bedrooms and take a long nap in the afternoon. It helps them to gain weight as all the food is being stored as fat. Then the giants come back again to the dining table around 6 or 7pm.
They do however have a large side salads, many bowls of rice and pots of beer, totalling up to 20,000 calories per day.