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    Osunaarashi scandal

    It was Eid-al-Adha. Sacrifice day One of Muslim’s celebration, it is on the month of Dzulhidjah (12th month of Islamic calendar). People took pilgrimage to Mecca (going Haji) during this season. In my country, the Eid-al-Adha is also called “Lebaran Haji” due to Haji pilgrimage, quite different than Eid-al-Fitr that is called “Lebaran Puasa” (due to fasting in Ramadan month)
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    Natsu jungyo 2019

    what kimarite was this?
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    Videos Nagoya 2019- Promo and Days 1- 15

    NSK posted best 15 Nagoya basho matches
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    Natsu jungyo 2019

    Man, love that slow motion 2017ish? Because I don’t know who the tate gyoji was.
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    How will this era end?

    Stay until Olympics AND get his Japanese citizenship, then he will retire. (if his ichidai-toshiyori is also approved)
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    2019 January which Rikishi went intai?

    He was Shunba, Terunofuji’s stablemate since they were in Magaki Beya. Together with Yobidashi Teruya, they moved to Isegahama Beya. But Shunba’s intai was on Natsu 2019. This is what I thought about your question. Extra: I’ve found Terunofuji’s IG. Is this the video?
  7. John Gunning on Rugby World Cup impact https://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2019/07/31/sumo/rikishi-pulling-weight-rwc-buildup/
  8. Musashikuni is Musashimaru’s nephew name
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    Tochiouzan and Tochinoshin on TV drama

    He also voiced as Professor Layton in Professor Layton game series.
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    Tochiouzan and Tochinoshin on TV drama

    So, rugby world cup fever is coming to japanese drama
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    Top 10 Sumo Records Nagoya 2019 Edition

    According to his DB, he has 23 consecutive loses from debut (including a fusen loss). After winning his first shiroboshi, he lost 89 matches in a row. Is there anyone loses more than 23 consecutively from debut?
  12. John Gunning’s tribute to Kakuryu and Aminishiki (also mentioned Tomokaze and Terutsuyoshi) https://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2019/07/24/sumo/kakuryu-adds-solid-resume-latest-win/
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    Videos Nagoya 2019- Promo and Days 1- 15

    NHK World-Japan posted highlights of Enho's Nagoya basho matches https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fI2dK605S2w
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    Oyakata kyujos Nagoya 2019

    Basic cardiac life support (BCLS) is very very important. It saves lives. People should be taught how to do it properly. Return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) chance of people who have cardiac arrest and not treated ASAP (i.e. no CPR and/or AED) is decreasing fast and results in death. It amaze me that they react fast recognising the sign of cardiac arrest and they could do it properly. They did a very very good job saving live!
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    Nagoya 2019 Discussion (here be spoilers)

    ENHO GOT A SANSHO!!! 2019 July Grand Sumo Tournament Sansho List (Special Prizes) Shukun-sho(Outstanding Performance Award) East Maegashira #5 Kotoshogiku(Kazuhiro Kikutsugi) conditionally (7-7) Sadogatake Beya Date of Birth: January 30, 1984 (35 years old) Place of Birth: Fukuoka 2002 January Debut Shukun-sho(Outstanding Performance Award) West Maegashira #7 Tomokaze(Yuta Minami) (11-3) Oguruma Beya Date of Birth: December 2, 1994 (24 years old) Place of Birth: Kanagawa 2017 May Debut Kanto-sho(Fighting Spirit Prize) West Maegashira #16 Terutsuyoshi(Shoki Fukuoka) (11-3) Isegahama Beya Date of Birth: January 17, 1995 (24 years old) Place of Birth: Hyogo 2010 March Debut Gino-sho(Technique Prize) West Maegashira #2 Endo(Shota Endo) (9-5) Oitekaze Beya Date of Birth: October 19, 1990 (28 years old) Place of Birth: Ishikawa 2013 March Debut Gino-sho(Technique Prize) West Maegashira #14 Enho(Yuya Nakamura) (8-6) Miyagino Beya Date of Birth: October 18, 1994 (24 years old) Place of Birth: Ishikawa 2017 March Debut