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The film KON-SHIN - 042 BS Jp.film channel Jul. 4th, 14:50-1715

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A sumo wrestler (Shô Aoyagi) prepares for a tournament that is held once every 20 years.
 
Initial release: August 2012
On 4/8/2012 at 07:11, Kintamayama said:

Together with Okinoumi, who will be seen in the movie "Konshin" at the end of this year, increasingly more rikishi are disseminating the name of sumo outside the dohyo.

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Edit: Okinoumi only appears in a bout on TV, which the people of Oki island were watching - at 68:40, the Aki 2011 day 2 win against ozeki Harumafuji, but with manufactured record: at 5-5 vs. 8-2  http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi_opp.aspx?r=6463#1111

 

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On 7/10/2018 at 15:39, Yamanashi said:

NHK World is running a program on the sumo tradition in Tsugaru, Aomori Prefecture as part of the Journeys in Japan series:

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/vod/journeys/2007338/

 

I am a big fan of the series, "Journeys in Japan" and just saw this episode last night. すごかったですね。(awesome, wasn't it?) This tv series is excellent for those learning Japanese, as I am, because about a third of the program is always in Japanese with English subtitles. I thought the fellow who did this one was particularly good, culturally in-tune and he's clearly keen on sumo. I wish I could give it a try, like he did. I won't give away what happens...

I've visited Aomori city for a conference, and would now like to go to Tsugaru, maybe in the heat of the summer to see the Nebuta Matsuri! I'd actually come into this forum rto post the program and saw that Yamanashisan had beaten me to it. Thanks for the post.

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The sumo club of rikkyo university http://www.rikkyo.ne.jp/sgrp/sumo/ had another report made about their first ever male sumo club female captain - they also have a male captain for competitions, she basically is the club manager, like in the film that made the club famous: Shiko funjatta.

The film happens to be on the available TV schedule https://www.nihon-eiga.com/program/detail/nh10000625_0001.html

on 046 BS Jap.film channel, Jul. 26th - 18h - next Aug. 7th 18:50h and more

The first report was a news item in NHK Ohayo Nippon - the club has that on their facebook: youtube-dl  www.facebook.com/rikkyosumo/videos/398564803956785/

The new report was on TBS First-time-heard-of-science (初耳学), Aug. 5th, 22h https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV6fXOyS2eQ&t=38m

They have made a PR video for Tik Tok (no idea how to get that on the PC) - the recent PR video on YT is this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJkCGYCApRo

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On 06/08/2018 at 16:27, Akinomaki said:

The sumo club of rikkyo university http://www.rikkyo.ne.jp/sgrp/sumo/ had another report made about their first ever male sumo club female captain - they also have a male captain for competitions, she basically is the club manager, like in the film that made the club famous: Shiko funjatta.

And the next report on the sumo club of rikkyo university: on BS11 "The Team" from the 16th

Downloadable VOD like for InsideOut for usually 2 weeks: https://vod.bs11.jp/video/the-team/L7JF26/

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Sports Watcher not just follows the Kaiyo High School Sumo Club , on Dec 1st they had a documentary about the sumo club of Waseda university, and today TV Tokyo posted the contents http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/sports/articles/2018/12/003342.html

from 18:30min. till 44min. in the video: http://www.miomio.tv/watch/cc410050/

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Keiko-hajime was not just for the Iruma club - the local Aomori paper posted a video from the start of keiko for 2019 in the home-town of Takamisakari, Itayanagi, of the Goshogawara sumo-class club - 18 primary and middle school kids https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS_hz9qoPY8

http://www.toonippo.co.jp/articles/-/136003

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Foreign students from Vietnam get a sumo experience at the Tottori Johoku high sumo club:

local NHK http://www3.nhk.or.jp/lnews/tottori/20191210/4040003921.html

local paper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyQGOnvMfOE

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not real amazumo, but a 1080p video with English subtitles was posted new of the well known story based on the Rikkyo university sumo club: Shiko funjatta - sumo do, sumo don't

youtube-dl  --all-subs -f 137+140 www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqlTjWkIg1c

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"Let the tears flow during training, bring everyone joy when it matters"

Here's a video showing a training session with the sumo club of Nihon University, this year's national champions. Founded in 1921, they have won the team event at the National Student Championships a whopping 29 times over the years. The video also features interviews with their team captain Enami Masashi, as well as his team-mates Sawada Hitoshi, Ishioka Michiya and Kawazoe Keita.

 

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A video by the local Ehime paper about the coach of the Kasugakan sumo dojo, Yoshihiro Tasuyama. His dream is to raise future amateur yokozuna and ozumo yokozuna http://www.ehime-np.co.jp/article/news201912190083

Daiyusho is from the dojo

On 21/02/2018 at 13:05, Akinomaki said:

Ishioka 石岡 澪 (15, 172cm, 111kg) from Matsuyama, Ehime, will enter Oitekaze-beya: "Rather than being anxious, I'm looking forward to it. I want to do my best."

He started sumo in 4th grade at the Matsuyama Kasugakan sumo dojo and took part at several tournaments all over the country (here 3rd with the team at the national wampaku tournament in 2014), most recent the 2 national middle school championships.

 

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A video from October, when Tomokaze revisited his high school, Mukainooka Technical High School in Kawasaki, Kanagawa. Mukainooka have been champions of Kanagawa for the past 15 successive years, and have reached the Inter-High semi-finals for the past two years. Tomokaze took the opportunity to give some advice to his juniors, and he talked about what his time at the high school was like.

 

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A short video featuring Nakamura Hayato, last year's Primary School Yokozuna and Wanpaku Ozeki. He's the latest in a long line of talented rikishi from Yaizu Junior Sumo Club in Shizuoka. He says that he wants to train harder than anyone else, and even at home, he watches a lot of professional and amateur sumo bouts to learn from them and to incorporate their moves in his own sumo. His training partners say that 10-year-old Hayato shows strength, technique and bout awareness that are very rare at his age.

n.b. That was a beautiful katasukashi (under-shoulder swing down)

 

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Ready to relive THAT bout from last year's Hakuho Cup? Both boys share their memories from that match, with comments from Akatsu (an entertainer) and Marvin Junior (a coach at Kashiwa Junior, Chris Gould's sumo club):

 

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Feisty, spirited, skilled. Those are some words which I would use to describe Tochigi's Mita Taiki (三田 大生), last year's Middle Weight World Champion. He's like the Enho of last year's high school sumo, just somewhat more powerful and slightly less small. When he said "foreign rikishi are very strong once they get a hand on the mawashi, so I have to take care not to let that happen", that's Baruto, Tochinoshin etc. right there. The bouts I've had at Tachikawa Renseikan Sumo Dojo can also attest to that.

The sumo club at Kindai University will be very happy to welcome him to their team.

 

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Sumo exercises with Kabutoyama-oyakata. He's one of the coaches at Komatsuryu Dojo, last year's national club champions.

 

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Human Watcher yesterday was about the Nittaidai sumo club

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A short documentary about the sumo wrestlers at Adachi Shinden High School in Tokyo, who have appeared at the Inter-High for 17 years in a row. Two members are featured in this video, with the main one being their current ace, Gyotoku Kosuke (行徳 康祐). The regional tournament shown in the video took place at Tachikawa Renseikan Sumo Dojo, which really brings back memories (I've trained there a few times).

In fact, the Renseikan connection is very strong with Adachi Shinden, as the other kid featured in the video, Kato Masaki (加藤 真基), just so happens to be a Renseikan graduate. Furthermore, Adachi Shinden's former captain and last year's West Yokozuna on the University Banzuke, Hatsuyama Sho (羽出山 将), is also a Renseikan graduate.

 

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A 1985 documentary about the Nichidai sumo club  -with Kushima(umi) in his 2nd year. 3rd year Narimatsu (Tomonohana) was part of the team.

Part 1

Part 2 - the student championships

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