Benihana

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About Benihana

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  • Birthday 28/06/79

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    Aminishiki, Mitakeumi, Ura

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  1. Hot Nagoya? Arena air condition in bad condition..

    No, didn't think about technological superiority, but it's undeniably less hot and humid in Düsseldorf in july. The Messe Düsseldorf, where it could be held is in walking distance of the international airport and downtown Düsseldorf. It is large enough to house all personnel and plenty training dohyos. Sports grounds and a public bath are right beside it. You could even convert one of the exhibition halls to a giant bathroom. And Düsseldorf is the largest "japanese" city on the continent. Rikishi frolicking around the banks of the rhine 3 for weeks would be "burner", sadly it's unrealistic, but not on the logistical side.
  2. Hot Nagoya? Arena air condition in bad condition..

    I vote for abandoning Nagoya. Let's have a summer basho combined wth the japan days in Düsseldorf next year.
  3. World Cup 18 - comments

    You ned someone placed 3rd. Without it, it'd be like knocking on Penny's door only 2 times.
  4. Kensho Nagoya 2018

    Comparison to day 7 the last 2 basho. Cancellation of kensho should be banned. Kensho on fusen-bouts should be distributed evenly to the rest of the bouts or at least to the bouts directly prior and/or after it. It's depressing to see the lone 7-0 leader having gotten only a meager 10 kensho/win. Natsu: 167: Kakuryu 121: Hakuho 62: Abi 57: Tochinoshin 53: Endo 52: Mitakeumi 39: Goeido 31: Kotoshogiku 28: Asanoyama 22: Chiyotairyu Haru: 161: Kakuryu 104: Goeido 72: Endo 61: Takayasu 49: Mitakeumi 40: Tochinoshin 34: Ichinojo 30: Ikioi 28: Tamawashi 26: Kotoshogiku
  5. Day 6 pics Nagoya Basho 2018

    Minor updates in 1st post.
  6. Nagoya Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Ok, Mitakeumi in the lead with 7-0, followed by 3 Maegashira with 6-1, 1 Ozeki and another 4 Maegashira with 5-2. It's his 2nd 7-0 in his makuuchi career. The last was 01.2018 and he ended up with a close 8-7. But from what i see on the dohyo, this time it will be better than 8-7. Could this be his basho? Absolutely.
  7. Day 6 pics Nagoya Basho 2018

    Nagoya Basho 2018 - Day 6 - Rikishi entering through the main entrance. Because it's too hot, they will now enter the short way directly from the parking lot, see attached note. THE NOTE Further explanation Full House - Get your hands up in the air! (Ms9e Tamaki (3-0) hatakikomi) Ms10e Tomokaze (2-1) M16w Meisei (2-4) yoritaoshi M15e Ishiura (3-3) M13w Asanoyama (5-1) uwatedashinage M13e Tochiozan (4-2) M9e Myogiryu (5-1) yorikiri M11e Aoiyama (3-3) M8w Kyokutaisei (1-5) sukuinage M10w Nishikigi (3-3) M9w Yutakayama (4-2) oshidashi M7w Daieisho (3-3) M6e Endo (5-1) oshitaoshi M4e Kaisei (4-2) M6w Chiyotairyu (5-1) hatakikomi M4w Kagayaki (2-4) M2e Ikioi (2-4) oshidashi K1w Shohozan (1-5) M1w Kotoshogiku (2-4) okuridashi S1e Ichinojo (2-4) S1w Mitakeumi (6-0) oshidashi M1e Shodai (1-5) The crowd loves Mitakeumi M3w Takakeisho (3-3) oshidashi O1w Takayasu (4-2) O1e Goeido (4-2) uwatenage M3e Abi (2-4) K1e Tamawashi (3-3) kotenage O2w Tochinoshin (5-1) M2w Chiyonokuni (4-2) fusen Y1e Kakuryu (3-3) Chiyonokuni gets the fusen win The last day of Kakuryu - the oyakata explains the injury A box for donations to the torrent disaster areas was installed - Chiyonoumi is from there and used it Thanks to @Akinomaki for the pics!
  8. Bench World Cup 2018

    Ok, i thought it started over when my chain was broken. Can live with that.
  9. Bench World Cup 2018

    first half england scored, croatia didn't, so it's a point for me. second half croatia scored, but england didn't, so i assumed my chain broken and the match lost, especially because the same happened in OT. but i humbly accept my win and will gambarize in the finals.
  10. Bench World Cup 2018

    I don't quite understand this either. I thought my chain was broken in 2nd half...
  11. New kesho mawashi (pics)

    Yes, yes, they are called "lobster", but we both know that's just another name for what we call Langusten. Not related to the real thing However, the mawashi's killer.
  12. foreigners?

    That's 33 of ~680, let's say 5%. The distribution is interesting, but after giving it a thought absolutely logical.
  13. New kesho mawashi (pics)

    These are crayfish.
  14. Games Talk Nagoya 2018

    Just saw the player count in ISP. Holy macaron, 193 players! The numbers back to Nagoya 2017 were 158, 198, 131, 109, 99 and 98. @Kintamayama You forgot to promote ISP in the day 1-3 videos!
  15. 21 Nagoya 18, The Results

    Sorry, i think something went wrong. 8. A = Kaisei = 1 16. A = Aoiyama = 0 17. A = Onosho = 1 21. B = Takekaze = 1