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aderechelsea    103
the following guy is the one responsible for Tochiazuma's messy oicho ... (Shaking head...)

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Are you sure? This is Tokotsuka ranked at 3-toh? One would assume a tokoyama has to be of at least the second highest rank to be eligible to tie an ozeki's hair?

to tell you the truth i am not sure, but he was the only listed Tamanoi Tokoyama, so i guessed he is the one. Maybe Azuma does his hair somewhere else ....

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Tony    15

Banzai! (Nodding yes...)

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aderechelsea    103

:-) (An idea...)

i think i can add some more since i am waiting for the stream to start.

No sleep tonight. I can always go to bed after the bouts ... :-D

Hoshi

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Asahifuji

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Hoshi and Asahifuji with sansho prizes in hands

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Hoshi again

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Konishiki at the hospital after a knee injury

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aderechelsea    103

Two pics of the late John Tenta (aka Kototenzan, aka WWF's Earthquake)

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sanyaku

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this is an ipponzeoi sketch i found in a magazine. It has two bouts listed above the illustation and i could only figure out the bottom one: Kaneshiro (??) -Tamanofuji

any ideas for the top one? The loser is a tochi-something... :-D

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Asashosakari    8,860
any ideas for the top one? The loser is a tochi-something... :-D

Hakuryu vs. Tochimatoi.

(Hurray for bilingual databases...)

Edited by Asashosakari

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aderechelsea    103
Hakuryu vs. Tochimatoi.

i cannot find a Hakuryu-Tochimatoi ipponzeoi .... :-D

weird

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Asashosakari    8,860
Hakuryu vs. Tochimatoi.

i cannot find a Hakuryu-Tochimatoi ipponzeoi .... :-D

weird

Juryo bout in Showa, no kimarite data at "You Know Where".

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aderechelsea    103
Hakuryu vs. Tochimatoi.

i cannot find a Hakuryu-Tochimatoi ipponzeoi .... :-D

weird

Juryo bout in Showa, no kimarite data at "You Know Where".

great then .. it WAS usefull to post this here. :-)

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Tony    15

Kaneshiro was the family name and first shikona of moto sekiwake Tochihikari. Unfortunately, he passed away a couple of years ago.

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aderechelsea    103

want some more?

Chikubayama, Takanohama, Kototenzan, Tenryugawa, Tamanonami as divisional Yusho winners.

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Takanosato's intai

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Kotokaze's intai

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aderechelsea    103

Toryu getting married

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Futahaguro and Australia's PM

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Azumazeki Beya rikishi in 1986

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Checking the new equipment in the Kokugikan.

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Roho during the notorious incident

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The fine first crop of Mongolian rikishi.

Kyokutenho, ???, Kyokudozan, Kyokushuzan, Kyokutenzan, ???

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Tony    15

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It's Kotokaze and not Kotokuni.

Thanks again Aderechelsea!

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aderechelsea    103
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It's Kotokaze and not Kotokuni.

Thanks again Aderechelsea!

corrected .... (Just what doctor ordered...)

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to tell you the truth i am not sure, but he was the only listed Tamanoi Tokoyama, so i guessed he is the one. Maybe Azuma does his hair somewhere else ....

I've understood that if there's no tokoyama ranked high enough in a rikishi's own heya, he visits another heya within his own ichimon which has a tokoyama of high enough rank. If I'm wrong about this, someone please correct me. (Clapping wildly...)

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aderechelsea    103

Wajima yorikiri-ing Kitanoumi

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Kitanoumi beating Takanohana

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Kitanoumi losing to Wakamisugi

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Kitanoumi- Kaiketsu

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Kitanoumi - Kirinji

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Kitanoumi uwatenage-ing Takamiyama

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aderechelsea    103

some coloured ones

Kirinji - Kitanoumi

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Wajima

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Takanohana

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Wakamisugi

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Kaiketsu

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Kirinji

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aderechelsea    103
The last one is Kirinji (at least this is written on the kesho)

indeed it was ... thanks for the correction.

(Holiday feeling...)

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aderechelsea    103

Kirinji (right?)

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Takamiyama-Wajima

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Wajima (one of my all-time favourites)

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Takamiyama

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aderechelsea    103

Mienoumi

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Aobajo

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2 guys i cannot find their shikona ... (Holiday feeling...)

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kaiguma    0

Kirinji really resembles Izutsu Oyakata, moto-Sakahoko. Any relation or just a lookalike?

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aderechelsea    103
Kirinji really resembles Izutsu Oyakata, moto-Sakahoko. Any relation or just a lookalike?

i mentioned this myself a couple of pages before but got no answer, so i guess they look alike for no special reason ....

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