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  1. 7 hours ago, Tigerboy1966 said:

    It looked to me as though Meisei was taking a few liberties before his match with Terunofuji today. He seemed to be delaying things which meant that Terunofuji had to spend more time than necessary in a probably painful "knees bent" posture. I think that's why Teru decided to chuck him off the dohyo rather than just easing him over the bales. Old Welsh proverb says "Don't poke a dragon in the eye unless you want a scorched arse".


    Meisei is there to try and win, not work on a timeframe that suits his opponent's tachiai, whoever he is. But to be honest, I've long been surprised that more rikishi don't try to exploit Terunofuji's reluctance to put his hands down first, because when he does his tachiai seems less potent to me. A wilful fault has no excuse, and deserves no pardon - Welsh proverb.

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  2. Joining Onomatsu-beya is Naoki Miyoshi (三好 直樹) from Fukuoka city, Fukuoka prefecture. He graduated from Hakata Junior High School in the spring. No sumo experience, but he has been doing judo at the Tenshinkan Dojo in Fukuoka since elementary school, and his teacher there bestowed his shikona - Daitenshin (大天真).

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    With all the attention on the Sakamoto brothers, I didn't notice that there's actually a third recruit for Tatsunami-beya this basho, 16-year-old Taiyo Urasaki (浦崎 太陽) from Shima, Mie prefecture. 168cm, 67kg. He's been given the shikona Byakuen (白猿,  びゃくえん) - white monkey!

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  3. Four sekitori will be absent from the start of this basho:

    Yokozuna Hakuho - in recovery from knee surgery.

    M3e Aoiyama - lumbago (lower back pain) since yesterday, wants to enter the basho later if he recovers sufficiently.

    M14e Ryuden - withdrawn by his shisho for breaching Kyokai COVID guidelines.

    M15w Midorifuji - back injury, surgery is not being considered "at the moment" according to Isegahama.

     

    Lower division absentees:

    Ms4w Ryuko - also kyujo in March with the rest of Onoe-beya due to COVID tests
    Ms19e Genki - Onomatsu-beya reports a neck injury
    Ms37e Chiyodaigo
    Ms41e Ikioi - please report to the nearest blue courtesy jacket
    Ms52w Wakayama - right knee injury during the Haru basho


    Sd12e Kaiho
    Sd23w Takaryu
    Sd66e Karatsuumi
    Sd68w Hananofuji - withdrew during the Hatsu basho and absent since
    Sd71w Toyohibiki - third consecutive kyujo
    Sd91e Nakaishi - second consecutive kyujo
    Sd92e Garyu - an unfortunate way to make his Sandanme debut


    Jd13w Kotozensho
    Jd14e Masunoyama - withdrew during the Hatsu basho and absent since
    Jd19w Watanabe - same as above
    Jd20w Chiyotaiko - numerous kyujo in the last year and a half (although Hatsu was heya COVID enforced)
    Jd22w Ariake
    Jd29w Sadanoryu - third consecutive kyujo
    Jd31e Kotonoumi
    Jd36e Kotoegashira
    Jd43e Fukuminato
    Jd61e Fujimusashi
    Jd71e Yutakanami - withdrew during Haru basho; numerous kyujo during his short career so far
    Jd89w Chiyotsurugi
    Jd95e Arikawa - withdrew during Haru basho due to ankle injury
    Jd96w Setonoumi - second consecutive kyujo, recovering from a neck injury
    Jd103w Kagamio - sixth consecutive basho with full or partial kyujo
    Jd106w Mifuneyama - withdrew during 2020 July basho and absent since


    Jk3w Asahabataki - second consecutive kyujo
    Jk5e Daishoko - no longer on the Oitekaze website so I guess he's gone
    Jk6e Inoue - withdrew during 2020 July basho and absent since, like his stablemate Mifuneyama
    Jk8w Hamasaki - withdrew after one bout in Haru
    Jk11w Hoshinofuji
    Jk15w Chiyotaka - never made it onto the Kokonoe website so perhaps he's gone too, having never stepped on a honbasho dohyo
    Jk23e Amanoazuma

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  4. 1 hour ago, Doitsuyama said:

    Thank you for all the name change updates, they are in the DB now. I must have missed an earlier first name change though (probably in Kyushu 2017 or even in Natsu 2017?) as

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    Ms15e Kyokusoten Manrai > Tamashoho Manpei (玉正鳳  萬平) 

     

    still shows as Kyokusoten Nozomi in the DB. I'd like to update this to Manrai but need the kanji, do you have this?


    Ah yes, sorry about that, I should have included it in my quote there. That change took place for Natsu 2017 alongside his shikona change to Tanegashima, the kanji were 万来.

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  5. Two changes to the top ten ranks after this basho. Dropping out are Chiyonosawa after a two-basho stay, and Korinokoishi after his maiden top ten appearance last time. They are replaced by two returnees, both of whom are bouncing back immediately after a single basho - yusho winner Okisuruga and Jemuzu.

    Sakura has the longest current stint inside the top ten ranks, this being her 13th consecutive basho in green - this is a record for a player in their first top ten stint, surpassing the previous mark of 12 set by Flohru (2003.01-2004.11) and equalled by Seki Haruaki (2007.05-2009.03).

    Speaking of Flohru, he is the 15th player to surpass 5,000 career points. Of those, he is only the 4th to reach the milestone in less than 100 basho (this was his 99th), following Asashosakari (93), Feginowaka (94) and Susanoo (96).

     

    On 26/04/2021 at 00:53, Kintamayama said:

    15 new players, 4 of them kachikoshi and 2 probably  taking the piss


    (Laughing...) I guess one of the downsides of advertising for over 100 players is that some of them are bound to be duds, whether deliberate or not. The eternal president of North Korea set a new low here by scoring only a single point, with an entry that for some reason was allowed to include the retired Kakuryu at Yokozuna. (And on that note, veterans Taxinohana and Veshana should probably know better...)

    Trivial error query for @Andoreasu - the entry for Ralvaj in 122nd place shows only a single hit (Okinoumi at M12e, one point), but the results table shows two hits and two points. I assume it's the results table that is wrong here?

    Anyway, those two are only the 4th and 5th guesses in the history of the game to earn a single-digit score, and the first for over 17 years.

    Thanks for the quick update to the results archive by the way, whoever is responsible for that. (Signofapproval...)

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  6. @Doitsuyama Jk26w Sonoshun's shikona is misspelled as Sonoshin on the English side.

    Similarly, this one still needs to be corrected:

    On 28/02/2021 at 23:41, Asashosakari said:

    I could have sworn this was reported at some time already, but I can't find it now, so...

    "Hokuonada" should actually be Hakuonada; the kana reading in the Japanese data is correct, but it was misspelled in the romaji reading when he changed his shikona last September.

     

    Mongolian Arauma's Kyokai profile now shows the given name Toru (徹  /  とおる) to his shikona. And on the subject of given names, the changes from these banzuke also need entering when you have the time. Cheers!


    2020 AKI:

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    Ms15e Kyokusoten Manrai > Tamashoho Manpei (玉正鳳  萬平)
    Ms50w Matsuyama Hiromi > Dewataikai Tomokazu (出羽大海  友和)
    Sd23e Fukazawa Hayato (颯斗) > Joyuriki Hayato (城雄力  颯人) - reading of given name unchanged
    Jd37w Kamada Takumi > Biganzan Yuichi (備巌山  雄一)
    Jd71e Okunisato Ryo > Okunidake Shotaro (大国岳  翔太郎)
    Jd92w Fukuda Takuma > Shokeima Hiroya (勝桂馬  大也)

     

    2020 NOVEMBER:

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    Jd15e Abezakura Koji > Ouzakura Susumu (奥羽桜  進夢)
    Jd18w Harada Masaki (将輝) > Shogun Masaki (将軍  真輝) - reading of given name unchanged
    Jk14w Yoshino Keiji (慶児) > Hishuyama Keiji (肥州山  慶志) - reading of given name unchanged

    Given name changes only:

    J12e Takagenji Satoshi (賢 > 賢士) (reading unchanged)
    Sd39w Onokura Yuki > Kenji (憲司)
    Sd95e Kisenoumi Mahiro > Tomoryo (友令)
    Jd40e Yuriki Masaru > Shota (勝 > 勝太)

     

    And might as well add the latest banzuke too:

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    Sd6w Kotokume Kiyoshi > Kotohaguro Sadaharu (琴羽黒  貞晴)
    Sd8w Mineyaiba Jonosuke > Mineyaiba Kishamaru (嶺刃  常乃助 > 峰刃  幾叉丸)
    Sd49e Yokoe Rei > Goshimaru Reimei (剛士丸  黎明)
    Sd73w Kotoito Hikari > Kototakuya Akihiro (琴拓也  暉紘)
    Sd83e Kotosusumu Koki (洸希) > Kotodaishin Koki (琴大進  光輝) - reading of given name unchanged
    Sd90e Wakamatsunaga Kizuku > Tokinosato Dai (透輝の里  大)
    Jd39e Kotonagahama Taiga > Kototaiga Seiya (琴大河  誠哉)

    Given name changes only:

    Ms23e Asagyokusei Kazuma > Taiko (大幸)
    Ms48e Asakishin Katsutada > Enma (閻魔)

     

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  7. 11 recruits in total. The brothers Sakamoto have had shikona decided - Hirokazu will be Kiryuko (木竜皇,  きりゅうこう), while Shoma will be Shunrai (春雷,  しゅんらい).

     

    Joining Oitekaze-beya is 23-year-old Hitoshi Sawada (沢田 日登志) from Tachikawa, Tokyo, a Nichidai graduate I believe and Saitama Sakae before that. 180cm, 140kg. Maybe @mikawa or @Katooshu can tell us more about him. Rather unusually for Oitekaze, his shikona will be Sawadasho (沢田翔,  さわだしょう) his family name followed by the traditional heya kanji.

     

    On 10/04/2021 at 14:44, Yubinhaad said:

    Joining Oitekaze-beya is Ippei? Oda? (小田 一平), who has recently graduated from Johoku Junior High School in Joetsu, Niigata prefecture. He has no sumo experience, instead being a member of the baseball club during his time at the school; he also served as the student council president.


    The other recruit for Oitekaze stands at 173cm, 105kg. His shikona will be Daitensho (大典翔,  だいてんしょう).

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  8. Quite a long list of shikona changes on this banzuke, 19 in total. Highest ranked among them is Nishonoseki-beya's Nakazono, who after nine years gets his first shikona, Shimazuumi. Thanks to Kamitsuumi for figuring out the likely inspiration for the shikona, which I had no idea about:
     

    On 26/04/2021 at 01:07, Kamitsuumi said:

    Shimazuumi should be interpreted as Shimazu-umi, with Shimazu being the daimyo clan that ruled over Kagoshima for seven centuries.

     

    From Tokitsukaze-beya, Tsushida changes to Tokinohira - the first kanji is obviously taken from the heya, while the last honours both his hometown Hachimantai (八幡平) and his high school, Tairadate (平舘).

    Eight of the changes are for rikishi in Hakkaku-beya, and half of those are for the "newcomers" who transferred from Azumazeki-beya. Thus, Daitenma is now Hokutomaru, Fudano is now Hokutohiro, Matsuoka is now Hokutoshin, and Aonoumi becomes Hokutoshio - he already had the last kanji in his old shikona, but now the reading is a more overt nod to his late former shisho (Ushiomaru).

    For others already in Hakkaku-beya, Fukui honours his hometown of Yakumo directly, becoming Hokutoyakumo. Unfortunately for Nakata his senior stablemate Hokutoiwami already bagged their hometown for his shikona, so Nakata has to cut it in half and is now Hokutoiwa. I'm therefore slightly disappointed that Akiyama got the usual Hokuto- prefix - I thought Hakkaku might give him the different second kanji from his hometown Hokuto (北斗) instead. Anyway, he is now Hokutosora.

    Mineyaiba's debut with his new shikona didn't go so well last basho, in fact he didn't even step on the dohyo due to a detached retina. Although he keeps the reading, the first kanji has changed now, and the given name has changed completely from Jonosuke to Kishamaru.

    Four rikishi in Sadogatake-beya get their first shikona, all with given name changes too. I'm kind of glad to see a Haguro shikona back on the banzuke, the new one courtesy of Kotokume who is now Kotohaguro. Kotonagahama takes his given name as his shikona to become Kototaiga. Kotosusumu's family name kanji survives but with a different reading in his new shikona, Kotodaishin.

    Over in Nishiiwa-beya, Wakamatsunaga makes his Sandanme debut and gets his first shikona to mark the occasion, Tokinosato. It's a neat twist on the given-name-as-shikona idea - the first two kanji are those of his given name but with the order switched. His given name therefore changes as well.

    Former Maegashira Masunoyama changes the 'no' in his shikona, back to the one he started out with.


    Ms8e Nakazono > Shimazuumi (島津海)
    Ms35w Tsushida > Tokinohira (時乃平)
    Ms51e Daitenma > Hokutomaru (北勝丸)
    Sd6w Kotokume Kiyoshi > Kotohaguro Sadaharu (琴羽黒  貞晴)
    Sd8w Mineyaiba Jonosuke > Mineyaiba Kishamaru (嶺刃  常乃助 > 峰刃  幾叉丸)
    Sd49e Yokoe Rei > Goshimaru Reimei (剛士丸  黎明)
    Sd73w Kotoito Hikari > Kototakuya Akihiro (琴拓也  暉紘)
    Sd76e Sasaki > Hokutosakae (北勝栄)
    Sd83e Kotosusumu Koki (洸希) > Kotodaishin Koki (琴大進  光輝)
    Sd90e Wakamatsunaga Kizuku > Tokinosato Dai (透輝の里  大)
    Jd14e Masunoyama (舛乃山 > 舛ノ山)
    Jd30w Nakata > Hokutoiwa (北勝岩)
    Jd39e Kotonagahama Taiga > Kototaiga Seiya (琴大河  誠哉)
    Jd44e Fukui > Hokutoyakumo (北勝八雲)
    Jd45w Fudano > Hokutohiro (北勝大)
    Jd60w Akiyama > Hokutosora (北勝空)
    Jd86e Matsuoka > Hokutoshin (北勝真)
    Jd87e Aonoumi > Hokutoshio (北勝潮)
    Jk7w Ishizaka > Fujiyuho (藤雄峰)


    Two rikishi from Takasago-beya change their shikona given names:

    Ms23e Asagyokusei Kazuma > Taiko (大幸)
    Ms48e Asakishin Katsutada > Enma (閻魔)


    And last but not least, Shikoroyama-oyakata (former Sekiwake Terao) also changes his given name:

    Shikoroyama Tsuneyuki > Eiichi (瑛一)

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  9. While skimming through some articles about myoseki ownership etc. last night, I noticed a line in this one from January which says that Onosho owns the Otowayama myoseki. His ja.wiki profile also says it and even gives an acquisition date of May 30th 2020, although that's not substantiated with a reference.

    It's not really a surprise if it's correct, since he was likely to get a myoseki from his former shisho (ex-Masurao) in the end, it was just brought forward after he retired early from the Kyokai in 2019.

    Anyway, this isn't confirmed but I thought it was worth adding to the thread for future reference.

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  10. 19 minutes ago, Kintamayama said:

    As for the Hakuhou situation, I think he was told specifically and unofficially that an IT is off the table for him, and he will live with that, because he probably saw it coming.  44 yushos and breaking all records for the unforeseeable future is one thing, but a foreigner getting the IT was a bit too much, I gather. That is the only logical explanation I can think of regarding his securing the Magaki name so quickly and out of the blue.


    The five-year temporary toshiyori would have been available to Hakuho just as it was to Kakuryu a month ago. I expect his attempted acquisition of Magaki (not sure it's officially done yet) is so that Miyagino can stay on for a consultancy after he turns 65, with Hakuho succeeding to Miyagino-beya which is what I personally hope to see happen.

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  11. The current Kimura Tamajiro was a deshi of the 27th Kimura Shonosuke, who earlier in his career had been the 4th Kimura Tamajiro. He wrote to him asking for an apprenticeship and joined the same heya after graduating from junior high school in 1976, and as you already know, he has inherited many of the mannerisms and movements of his senpai, as well as some costumes. Notably, he emulates him by extending his left hand just before the tachiai, which is quite uncommon.

    It was in 2003 that he was able to make his long-desired change and become the 6th Kimura Tamajiro.

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  12. Four pictures turned up of Sorakaze's danpatsu-shiki, which took place at Oguruma-beya.

     

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    His family were able to attend, no doubt those are his parents on the left and siblings on the right.

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    One last no-flag, with his nameplate from the keikoba ranking board.

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    Nakamura-oyakata (former Sekiwake Yoshikaze) makes his cut.

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    And the final cut by Oguruma-oyakata (former Ozeki Kotokaze).

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    Regarding Toshonishiki, his left knee buckled when he lost his last bout, although he managed to get up and limp away. You can even see the two shimpan on the far side (Tamanoi and Tanigawa, I think) flinch. So I guess injury can be put down as the cause of his unexpected intai.

     

     

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  13. Messed up the quote box on my phone so trying again:
     

    On 02/02/2021 at 22:40, Kintamayama said:

    Tokitsukaze's eldest son Sakamoto Hirokazu will be entering sumo in May. He is the captain of the Sanbongi Agricultural High school sumo club. He will be graduating in March and will join Tokitsukaze beya. No plans to change the plans after all this. He won the Hakuhou Cup when he was in the fourth grade. He was part of the team that won the national Junior high championships as well. 1.75./130 kilos. Didn't get his age, but third year of high school so probably 18-ish? Seems like the real deal to me.


    Nikkan reports that he will be joining Tatsunami-beya instead, having had a change of heart since his father (ex-Tokitsuumi) resigned from the Kyokai.

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  14. Joining Oitekaze-beya is Ippei? Oda? (小田 一平), who has recently graduated from Johoku Junior High School in Joetsu, Niigata prefecture. He has no sumo experience, instead being a member of the baseball club during his time at the school; he also served as the student council president.

    He was pictured last month at a ceremony marking the 60th anniversary of the school.

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    Elsewhere, Futagoyama-beya has its first urakata, 18-year-old tokoyama Tokomiyabi (床雅, とこみやび).

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  15. Hello all, sorry for the delay but here are the kimarite statistics for this basho. It was certainly more diverse than the last one, with 53 kimarite appearing at least once.

    Oshidashi was the most common kimarite here, accounting for 26.43% of bouts. While that in itself isn't a record, the gap of 3.22% over yorikiri is the largest difference recorded in basho where oshidashi has come out on top. Meanwhile, yorikiri's own percentage of 23.22% marks a new low for the current kimarite era, surpassing the previous low of 23.39% from 2012 Haru.

    As mentioned in the discussion thread at the time, Wakahiroto produced a rare susotori ankle pick on Day 7, the first one since the 2015 Kyushu basho, and only the 14th since 2001.

    Ishii had to work for the win but he eventually toppled Asashinjo with a kawazugake. It's a good job he's not still a judoka - kawazugake is among judo's banned techniques.

    Since Satoyama's retirement I've taken a shine to Kainoshima, who has a similar body type and is good at the same kind of moguruzumo style. This basho he clinched his kachi-koshi with a nice zubuneri against Nihonyanagi.

    Tsuriotoshi drew a rare blank in 2020, but it was put back in action this basho in impressive fashion, by Enho of all people.

    I wouldn't usually mention abisetaoshi, but this basho the total reached double digits for the first time since 2014 Aki.
     

    Kimarite Makuuchi Juryo Makushita Sandanme Jonidan Jonokuchi Total Percentage
    Abisetaoshi 1 1 2 1 3 2 10 0.43%
    Amiuchi 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0.09%
    Ashitori 0 2 0 3 0 1 6 0.26%
    Chongake 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Fumidashi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Fusen (default) 5 1 2 3 2 2 15 0.65%
    Gasshohineri 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Hansoku (foul) 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.09%
    Harimanage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Hatakikomi 18 24 31 43 33 6 155 6.74%
    Hikiotoshi 8 5 17 29 33 5 97 4.22%
    Hikkake 0 1 1 2 0 0 4 0.17%
    Ipponzeoi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Isamiashi 2 0 1 1 1 1 6 0.26%
    Izori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Kainahineri 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0.09%
    Kakenage 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0.09%
    Kakezori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Katasukashi 4 3 4 5 6 0 22 0.96%
    Kawazugake 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.04%
    Kekaeshi 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0.13%
    Ketaguri 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Kimedashi 5 0 2 3 6 0 16 0.70%
    Kimetaoshi 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 0.17%
    Kirikaeshi 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0.09%
    Komatasukui 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Koshikudake 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Koshinage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Kotehineri 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Kotenage 8 2 9 10 14 3 46 2.00%
    Kozumatori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Kubihineri 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0.09%
    Kubinage 0 2 1 1 1 0 5 0.22%
    Makiotoshi 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Mitokorozeme 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Nichonage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Nimaigeri 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Okuridashi 9 6 8 16 23 5 67 2.91%
    Okurigake 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Okurihikiotoshi 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0.09%
    Okurinage 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Okuritaoshi 3 1 0 1 4 0 9 0.39%
    Okuritsuridashi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Okuritsuriotoshi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Omata 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Osakate 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Oshidashi 64 65 93 167 185 34 608 26.43%
    Oshitaoshi 15 10 15 14 25 4 83 3.61%
    Sabaori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Sakatottari 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0.09%
    Shitatedashinage 1 1 2 4 2 0 10 0.43%
    Shitatehineri 0 1 2 1 0 0 4 0.17%
    Shitatenage 9 0 8 7 14 5 43 1.87%
    Shumokuzori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Sokubiotoshi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Sotogake 1 0 1 2 2 0 6 0.26%
    Sotokomata 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Sotomuso 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Sototasukizori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Sukuinage 8 4 11 17 10 2 52 2.26%
    Susoharai 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Susotori 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.04%
    Tasukizori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Tokkurinage 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.04%
    Tottari 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.09%
    Tsukaminage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Tsukidashi 12 8 13 18 16 0 67 2.91%
    Tsukihiza 0 0 0 3 2 0 5 0.22%
    Tsukiotoshi 20 11 24 41 33 7 136 5.91%
    Tsukitaoshi 1 1 1 1 2 0 6 0.26%
    Tsukite 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0.04%
    Tsumatori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Tsuridashi 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0.09%
    Tsuriotoshi 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Tsutaezori 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Uchigake 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Uchimuso 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Ushiromotare 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.04%
    Utchari 0 1 0 1 2 0 4 0.17%
    Uwatedashinage 3 2 3 11 8 0 27 1.17%
    Uwatehineri 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0.13%
    Uwatenage 11 7 15 33 36 9 111 4.83%
    Waridashi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Watashikomi 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0.09%
    Yaguranage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Yobimodoshi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00%
    Yorikiri 69 43 83 157 139 43 534 23.22%
    Yoritaoshi 12 6 12 29 37 6 102 4.43%
    Zubuneri 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.04%
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