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Makuuchi

Hakuho        Y    Kakuryu
Takakeisho    O    Asanoyama
Shodai        S    Mitakeumi
Daieisho      K    Okinoumi

Endo          M1   Yutakayama
Takanosho     M2   Onosho
Takarafuji    M3   Kiribayama
Kagayaki      M4   Aoiyama
Abi           M5   Hokutofuji
Enho          M6   Ryuden
Terutsuyoshi  M7   Tokushoryu
Ishiura       M8   Chiyotairyu
Tamawashi     M9   Ikioi
Kaisei        M10  Myogiryu
Shimanoumi    M11  Tochinoshin
Sadanoumi     M12  Shohozan
Takayasu      M13  Kotonowaka
Kotoshogiku   M14  Wakatakakage
Kotoshoho     M15  Chiyomaru
Nishikigi     M16  Kotoeko
Terunofuji    M17  Kotoyuki

 

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Juryo

Meisei        J1   Chiyoshoma
Tobizaru      J2   Tochiozan
Azumaryu      J3   Kyokushuho
Daiamami      J4   Hidenoumi
Kyokutaisei   J5   Ichinojo
Hoshoryu      J6   Hakuyozan
Daishomaru    J7   Tsurugisho
Wakamotoharu  J8   Chiyootori
Akiseyama     J9   Churanoumi
Daishoho      J10  Asabenkei
Fujiazuma     J11  Kizakiumi
Midorifuji    J12  Chiyonoo
Takagenji     J13  Akua
Chiyonoumi    J14  Mitoryu
 

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Makushita-joi

Kotodaigo      Ms1   Yago
Asagyokusei    Ms2   Oki
Nishikifuji    Ms3   Kitaharima
Sakigake       Ms4   Jokoryu
Naya           Ms5   Ryuko
Kaisho         Ms6   Kyokusoten
Chiyoarashi    Ms7   Toyonoshima
Kizenryu       Ms8   Kairyu
Hokaho         Ms9   Shiba
Toyohibiki     Ms10  Shiraishi
Ichiki         Ms11  Tomokaze
Tsukahara      Ms12  Chiyonokuni
Takakento      Ms13  Kototsubasa
Daiseido       Ms14  Kaito
Hokutotsubasa  Ms15  Tanabe
 

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The remainder:

Makushita

 

Wakatakamoto   Ms16  Roga
Amanoshima     Ms17  Tokisakae
Kotokuzan      Ms18  Ryusei
Ura            Ms19  Oshoryu
Omoto          Ms20  Kitanowaka
Hokutokawa     Ms21  Tsushimanada
Wakayama       Ms22  Bushozan
Mifuneyama     Ms23  Okinofuji
Shohoryu       Ms24  Murata
Ayanoumi       Ms25  Kagamio
Shonannoumi    Ms26  Daishoryu
Terao          Ms27  Nakazono
Chiyosakae     Ms28  Ichiyamamoto
Tomisakae      Ms29  Higoarashi
Kainoryu       Ms30  Tochimaru
Asahisho       Ms31  Nionoumi
Asakoki        Ms32  Hokutoyo
Oginosho       Ms33  Tsurubayashi
Hiradoumi      Ms34  Wakanoumi
Inoue          Ms35  Hamayutaka
Amakaze        Ms36  Tochinobori
Kotoyusho      Ms37  Nankairiki
Terasawa       Ms38  Kotodairyu
Sadanohana     Ms39  Tochikamiyama
Daikisho       Ms40  Kotohayato
Shosei         Ms41  Sokokurai
Chiyonokatsu   Ms42  Irodori
Kotoseigo      Ms43  Kotoozutsu
Tochikodai     Ms44  Horyuyama
Onojo          Ms45  Gokushindo
Kawamoto       Ms46  Akinoyama
Kitadaichi     Ms47  Saidaiji
Shuji          Ms48  Keitenkai
Suzuki         Ms49  Wayama
Aozora         Ms50  Okinohama
Sasakiyama     Ms51  Aomihama
Mitozakura     Ms52  Yuma
Masutoo        Ms53  Takaryu
Yamatoarashi   Ms54  Yoshii
Mugendai       Ms55  Kamito
Genbumaru      Ms56  Hatooka
Seiro          Ms57  Sakaekaze
Asakishin      Ms58  Katsunofuji
Tatsukaze      Ms59  Tochiseiryu
Yuki           Ms60  Obayama


Sandanme

 

Genki         Sd1   Yokoe
Kijuin        Sd2   Asadaimon
Karatsuumi    Sd3   Kaiho
Tennozan      Sd4   Tokushinho
Sagatsukasa   Sd5   Yoshoyama
Sadanoryu     Sd6   Kotorikisen
Higonojo      Sd7   Kainishiki
Izumigawa     Sd8   Oyamatoumi
Mitotsukasa   Sd9   Matsuda
Azumasho      Sd10  Yutakasho
Hokutoo       Sd11  Kirinofuji
Hokutoshu     Sd12  Kotonoshu
Amatsu        Sd13  Matsuyama
Narutaki      Sd14  Kaiyudai
Komanokuni    Sd15  Fukazawa
Fukuyama      Sd16  Wakanofuji
Masunoyama    Sd17  Daishozen
Rao           Sd18  Tokunomusashi
Hitachigo     Sd19  Fukamiyama
Kaizen        Sd20  Itadaki
Shoketsu      Sd21  Sadanohikari
Asatenmai     Sd22  Toma
Gochozan      Sd23  Shoji
Chiyoraizan   Sd24  Daitenma
Kotonoumi     Sd25  Chiyodaigo
Dainichido    Sd26  Sadanokuni
Azumasato     Sd27  Musashiumi
Gagamaru      Sd28  Dewanojo
Onokura       Sd29  Tsuyukusa
Tamakongo     Sd30  Tanakayama
Aratora       Sd31  Tsushida
Oazuma        Sd32  Daijo
Hodaka        Sd33  Toshoyama
Kojima        Sd34  Akashifuji
Yabugasaki    Sd35  Byakko
Tosaeizan     Sd36  Fujisato
Kihonoumi     Sd37  Sakurai
Munakata      Sd38  Genkaiho
Kototora      Sd39  Wakakinsho
Kaiseijo      Sd40  Hikarugenji
Nakashima     Sd41  Gorikiyama
Tosamidori    Sd42  Wakahiroto
Maikeru       Sd43  Kotozensho
Mochizuki     Sd44  Toukiryu
Seigo         Sd45  Saionji
Taichiyama    Sd46  Hokutenkai
Tanahashi     Sd47  Akitoba
Kenshin       Sd48  Daishokaku
Dewanoryu     Sd49  Ito
Sadanogo      Sd50  Otsuji
Daishosei     Sd51  Tochimitsuru
Tsugaruumi    Sd52  Maenofuji
Wakahizen     Sd53  Chiyotenfu
Kiyonoumi     Sd54  Nihonyanagi
Roman         Sd55  Yuriki
Kenyu         Sd56  Haruminato
Nishinoryu    Sd57  Daishoki
Kotokantetsu  Sd58  Araoyama
Kamitani      Sd59  Ginseizan
Ebisumaru     Sd60  Kyokuyuko
Kotosato      Sd61  Kaonishiki
Marusho       Sd62  Akatsuki
Kotokume      Sd63  Sazanami
Hagane        Sd64  Kurahashi
Hikarifuji    Sd65  Kaorufuji
Kotakiyama    Sd66  Mishima
Fukai         Sd67  Kotosusumu
Wakaryusei    Sd68  Koshinoryu
Komakiryu     Sd69  Toyoshimizu
Kotoito       Sd70  Kotoryusei
Daiyusho      Sd71  Hokutoryu
Anzai         Sd72  Asakoga
Furanshisu    Sd73  Miyabishin
Mutsukaze     Sd74  Ryuseio
Hidano        Sd75  Kanryu
Yoshiazuma    Sd76  Dairaido
Chura         Sd77  Sakurafuji
Tsunekawa     Sd78  Kaishin
Kirinoryu     Sd79  Masuminato
Awanokuni     Sd80  Oka
Tokimaru      Sd81  Miryuzan
Hibikiryu     Sd82  Shobushi
Denzan        Sd83  Asanojo
Kawabuchi     Sd84  Mudoho
Wakayamanaka  Sd85  Tochikasuga
Sumanoumi     Sd86  Mihamaumi
Yamato        Sd87  Kakutaiki
Kotootomo     Sd88  Kiyota
Etsunohana    Sd89  Ako
Bankoku       Sd90  Yoshimura
Mienosato     Sd91  Ryubu
Kaiyuma       Sd92  Sekizuka
Chiyooga      Sd93  Watanabe
Sakabayashi   Sd94  Yanagida
Hienriki      Sd95  Hokutonami
Kisenoumi     Sd96  Kayatoiwa
Daishomune    Sd97  Baraki
Denuma        Sd98  Ariake
Kotorikuzan   Sd99  Mukaida
Tenei         Sd100 Hatachijo


Jonidan

 

Fujikawa       Jd1   Aoi
Omote          Jd2   Oshozan
Asonoyama      Jd3   Hokuyozan
Haruhikari     Jd4   Chiyotora
Sadatsuyoshi   Jd5   Yukiumi
Hamadayama     Jd6   Teraoumi
Kotoomura      Jd7   Kamada
Hokutoiwami    Jd8   Seito
Hokutoyoshi    Jd9   Fudano
Fujinowaka     Jd10  Sasaki
Miyanofuji     Jd11  Tanji
Asashinjo      Jd12  Ryutsukasa
Takataisho     Jd13  Takakurayama
Oba            Jd14  Kotomanabe
Hirose         Jd15  Asanotosa
Shinohara      Jd16  Kaishinmaru
Shinyashiki    Jd17  Sawayaka
Tatsuki        Jd18  Abezakura
Takamiryu      Jd19  Tochihayate
Toho           Jd20  Yamenosato
Kawamura       Jd21  Takabayama
Wakamatsunaga  Jd22  Ayakaze
Oisato         Jd23  Tochisato
Andozakura     Jd24  Nakaishi
Daishohama     Jd25  Kirizakura
Hokutouryu     Jd26  Hokutohomare
Kiritsubasa    Jd27  Asahio
Daihisho       Jd28  Nakao
Asahijo        Jd29  Kotomyozan
Harimanada     Jd30  Fujinotani
Kinotsukasa    Jd31  Tokio
Ryuki          Jd32  Tatsunoumi
Ayaminato      Jd33  Kainowaka
Ishizaka       Jd34  Tochinoshima
Kasugaryu      Jd35  Amamisho
Umizaru        Jd36  Sakai
Taranami       Jd37  Okunisato
Kaitoma        Jd38  Kurokage
Chiyokozan     Jd39  Kyokuhozan
Taketsukasa    Jd40  Kototsukahara
Kiryu          Jd41  Watatani
Kotoyamato     Jd42  Shiraseyama
Tsubakifuji    Jd43  Chida
Nogami         Jd44  Kaibusho
Goshinryu      Jd45  Fujinokaze
Imafuku        Jd46  Hayatefuji
Hisanotora     Jd47  Taiyo
Nakata         Jd48  Kiyama
Teraosho       Jd49  Miyakogawa
Isamufuji      Jd50  Sakaefuji
Mimurodake     Jd51  Daishowaka
Kochikara      Jd52  Zendaisho
Asanoshima     Jd53  Amamidake
Nakai          Jd54  Tagomaru
Amane          Jd55  Kotomaeda
Yukiamami      Jd56  Ishiazuma
Ishihara       Jd57  Fubu
Kotokonno      Jd58  Kotoegashira
Dewanosora     Jd59  Onagaya
Kokuryunami    Jd60  Tochigidake
Koki           Jd61  Dewaazuma
Tomiyutaka     Jd62  Satozakura
Toshonishiki   Jd63  Terumichi
Wakaikki       Jd64  Yatabe
Iitsuka        Jd65  Chiyohokkai
Akinishiki     Jd66  Urutora
Hamanoumi      Jd67  Asaazuma
Asahinishiki   Jd68  Hanakaze
Tenichi        Jd69  Hakuyo
Ai             Jd70  Adachi
Mori           Jd71  Taiga
Kotoimagawa    Jd72  Fukuazuma
Harada         Jd73  Oatari
Fukui          Jd74  Fukuda
Yashiroumi     Jd75  Nabatame
Asadoji        Jd76  Akiyama
Tabara         Jd77  Inaba
Fukuminato     Jd78  Sawada
Kirameki       Jd79  Itakozakura
Shoryudo       Jd80  Chiyotsurugi
Shishimaru     Jd81  Kyonosato
Kotonagahama   Jd82  Satonofuji
Miyakojima     Jd83  Ienoshima
Takeoka        Jd84  Daisho
Sasazaki       Jd85  Tsuyasato
Sorakaze       Jd86  Iko
Hakuomaru      Jd87  Motokiyama
Bushi          Jd88  Higonoryu
Kitajima       Jd89  Wakatozakura
Terunosato     Jd90  Shimizu
Banshunada     Jd91  Wakatoriumi
Nishikiryu     Jd92  Fukamachi
Asahanshin     Jd93  Aonoumi
Arikawa        Jd94  Soga
Takamasaki     Jd95  Chiyotaiko
Ota            Jd96  Garyu
Sakura         Jd97  Iwamoto
Ryuga          Jd98  Hitenryu
Matsuoka       Jd99  Hokutoizumi
Chikureisen    Jd100 Hamasu
Nishimura      Jd101 Chiyotaiyo
Azumanami      Jd102 Kotokogyoku
Daishojo       Jd103 Hashimoto
Matsugashima   Jd104 Ogitora
Senho          Jd105 Satsumao
Wakafujioka    Jd106 Okanojo
Takemaru       Jd107 Oju
Kirimaru       Jd108 Nangu
Azumahikari    Jd109 Asahabataki
Chiyooume      Jd110 Azumaiwa
Shunpo         Jd111 Mogaminishiki
Fujinoteru     Jd112 Numano
Takeazuma      Jd113 Miyabi
Oishi          Jd114 Sekizukayama
Yoshizawa      Jd115 Zuiko
Hamasaki       Jd116 Kenho


Jonokuchi

 

Yamane           Jk1   Wakayutaka
Aki              Jk2   Shinzan
Asahimaru        Jk3   Iwata
Hokutosato       Jk4   Sawaisamu
Maniwayama       Jk5   Houn
Daishiryu        Jk6   Higohikari
Sawanofuji       Jk7   Onoyama
Nishikio         Jk8   Takatsukasa
Moriurara        Jk9   Yamamoto
Shiryu           Jk10  Kyokushoriki
Chiyotaiho       Jk11  Kotokino
Azumayama        Jk12  Wakaseiun
Wakaseido        Jk13  Shori
Setonoumi        Jk14  Shishi
Higuchi          Jk15  Ofukasawa
Miyata           Jk16  Suzaki
Ishii            Jk17  Nishida
Hokuseiho        Jk18  Hagiwara
Katozakura       Jk19  Goketsuyama
Otsuka           Jk20  Hozan
Asashorei        Jk21  Kotetsu
Asaobora         Jk22  Aishoryu
Makio            Jk23  Yoshino
Chiyotaisei      Jk24  Tsukubayama
Wakakaneko       Jk25  Haruku
Kirinohana       Jk26  Matsumoto
Tamanohoshi      Jk27  Machi
Yamaguchi        Jk28  Sakashita
Tsukioka         Jk29  Matsugi
Nagahara         Jk30  Yamakawa
Tokai            Jk31  Taniguchi
Takasu           Jk32  Wakatanaka
Wakaonehara      Jk33  Ezura
Ieshima          Jk34  Daigonishiki
Hattorizakura    Jk35  Daishoko
Shiraishizakura  Jk36  Wakayahara
Kaihiryu         Jk37  ---


(New shikona in red.)

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Great to see Terunofuji back!
3 Makuuchi promotions from Sadogatake - I wonder if this is a record for a single sumo-beya.

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Ten* shikona changes for this banzuke, half of them for those making their honbasho debut (although when that will happen remains to be determined, of course).

The only change from the top four divisions is a minor one, a simple middle kanji alteration for Saidaiji. He also changes the first kanji in the given name - the reading remains Kohei, and the kanji are now the same as his real given name.

In Jonidan, Asonishiki is just one letter but many ranks away from being an Ozeki - he's now Asonoyama. We'll have to try and avoid any Amanishiki/Aminishiki style mix-ups.

Mimori is now Kinotsukasa, receiving the traditional suffix for an Irumagawa-beya rikishi.

Omura has perhaps the most interesting change on this banzuke - he is now Chikureisen, and also changes from his real given name Gennosuke to Genzo.

Nakagawa-beya's Okuniasahi has reverted back to his family name Yoshizawa.

As noted at the top there are five changes among those from last basho's shindeshi group. The least imaginative is Naruto-beya's Fukasawa, who simply adds the shisho's kanji in front to become Ofukasawa.

Kakeno is now Suzaki - the kanji are those of the city of Susaki in Kochi prefecture, but I don't know if there's a connection with the shikona of this Gifu native.

I was one-tenth prepared for making this post - Komine's new shikona Chiyotaisei was displayed on the heya website for at least a week already.

It's been a while since Kataonami-beya had to make a shikona change, but new recruit Ikeda is now Tamanohoshi.

Lastly, Yagi is now Ieshima, very closely following his brother Ienoshima's lead.

Ms47w Saidaiji Kohei (西大司 幸平 > 西太司 康平)
Jd3e Asonishiki > Asonoyama (阿蘇ノ山)
Jd31e Mimori > Kinotsukasa (毅ノ司)
Jd100e Omura Gennosuke > Chikureisen Genzo (大村 玄之輔 > 筑零扇 源造)
Jd115e Okuniasahi > Yoshizawa (吉澤)
Jk15w Fukasawa > Ofukasawa (欧深沢)
Jk16w Kakeno > Suzaki (須崎)
Jk24e Komine > Chiyotaisei (千代大聖)
Jk27e Ikeda > Tamanohoshi (玉の星)
Jk34e Yagi > Ieshima (家島)


* Nikkan lists one more alteration, Jk32e Takasu has changed the first kanji of his name to one that apparently can't be displayed, although there's no change to the reading. As they put it:

高須→■須(たかす=田子ノ浦)(■は高の上の口の縦棒を上下に延ばす)


And finally, two more rikishi make given name changes:

Ms14e Daiseido Yoshitomo > Masaru (喜悌 > 勝)
Jd11e Miyanofuji Takashi (峻氏 > 峻史)

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Lots of Koto’s in the bottom of makuuchi. M13 to M17 each with one a piece. Looks like the early matches of the day will be fun to watch for those of us who follow Sadogatake Beya. 

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And now Kotonowaka is the heyagashira

22 minutes ago, Katsunorifuji said:

Lots of Koto’s in the bottom of makuuchi. M13 to M17 each with one a piece. Looks like the early matches of the day will be fun to watch for those of us who follow Sadogatake Beya. 

 

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It will be good to see Terunofuji back in action in Makuuchi (though ‘inaction’ is more likely). Let’s hope he has what he needs to KK as there’s little room for error down the bottom.

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27 minutes ago, Katsunorifuji said:

Lots of Koto’s in the bottom of makuuchi. M13 to M17 each with one a piece. Looks like the early matches of the day will be fun to watch for those of us who follow Sadogatake Beya. 

Scheduling will be fun. Maybe they’ll use the inevitable long break to work out all the possible permutations in advance.

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Sumo with face masks anyone?

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14 minutes ago, Katooshu said:

Sumo with face masks anyone?

That's what Japan needs, more Luchador Sumo.

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5 hours ago, jalil_the_swan said:

Great to see Terunofuji back!
3 Makuuchi promotions from Sadogatake - I wonder if this is a record for a single sumo-beya.

I'm working on it. I couldn't find a good search term, but I'm doing the query by year from 1949 and I already have another 3 promotions to Makuuchi after a basho from a single heya. After Nagoya 1961 Hanakago-beya had 3 promotions.

 

EDIT: also Futagoyama after Natsu 1981. I can't find an instance of more than 3.

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1 hour ago, Katooshu said:

Sumo with face masks anyone?

Those guys struggle to breathe during a bout at the best of times. Best not restrict their oxygen intake anymore.

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20 hours ago, Eikokurai said:

It will be good to see Terunofuji back in action in Makuuchi (though ‘inaction’ is more likely). Let’s hope he has what he needs to KK as there’s little room for error down the bottom.

I think he will get his KK.  But it is bothersome that in the last two bashos, he faltered in the 2nd half.   Lacking stamina?  If so, this is a perfect time to get in shape.  

Shodai and Mitakeumi sharing the Sekiwake rank is oddly satisfying.

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I think this may be Chris Gould's best ever sumo-related video:

 

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@Yubinhaad, you reported back in October that Kotoshoho had changed the given name in his shikona from Toshiki to Yoshinari - is that still the case? Sumo Reference has it only for Kyushu, with him switching back to Toshiki after that tournament.

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2 hours ago, ryafuji said:

@Yubinhaad, you reported back in October that Kotoshoho had changed the given name in his shikona from Toshiki to Yoshinari - is that still the case? Sumo Reference has it only for Kyushu, with him switching back to Toshiki after that tournament.


His Kyokai profile page still says Kotoshoho Yoshinari, and no further changes have been listed for him by Nikkan.

A couple of other notes for @Doitsuyama:

Komine's new shikona is Chiyotaisei, not Chiyotaisai as currently shown on the English side.

Also, Sokokurai doesn't show up in a Rikishi.aspx search, which I assume is connected to his position being left blank on the site's banzuke page.

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Banzuke topics according to the NSK for Natsu 2020:

- Takakeisho is kadoban for the second time as an ozeki, first time was Nagoya 2019
- Asanoyama is the first new ozeki in the Reiwa era (second overall) after Takakeisho was promoted in Natsu 2019. He is also the first wrestler from Takasago beya to be promoted since Asashoryu back in Aki 2002. He is the first ozeki promotee from Toyama prefecture since Tachiyama in Natsu 1909. For collegiate wrestling he is the first wrestler from Kinki University to be promoted to ozeki since his stable master Asashio back in Natsu 1983, and the first collegiate wrestler since Kotomitsuki in Aki 2007, and 8th collegiate ozeki overall. His 3 basho from sanyaku debut until ozeki promotion ties for second place with Taiho, Yutakayama II, and Miyabiyama. The record holder is Terunofuji with 2 basho. First sandanme tsukedashi ozeki
- Shodai's second consecutive tournament for sekiwake and sanyaku overall
- Mitakeumi is back at sekiwake for the first time since Kyushu 2019
- Daieisho is back at komusubi since Hatsu 2020
- Okinoumi returns to komusubi for the first time since Natsu 2016, 24 basho. His last sanyaku appearance (sekiwake) was Kyushu 2016, or 21 basho ago
- Kotoshoho is the first debutant into makuuchi from both Sadogatake beya and Chiba prefecture since Kotonowaka the Younger in the last basho (Haru 2020)
- Wakatakakage is back in makuuchi since his ill-fated debut back in Kyushu 2019
- Kotoeko and Kotoyuki are back in makuuchi since Hatsu 2020
- Terunofuji returns to makuuchi since falling out of the division in Hatsu 2018, the first time in 14 basho. He is the first makuuchi rikishi to fall to Jonidan and successfully return. He now is the new record holder for lowest demotion from makuuchi, which is Jonidan 48w. This far surpasses the previous record holder Tosayutaka who returned from sandanme 84w
- Chiyonoo returns to Juryo since Kyushu 2018
- Asabenkei returns to Juryo since Natsu 2018
- Fujiazuma returns to Juryo since Haru 2017

http://www.sumo.or.jp/ResultBanzuke/topics/

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7 hours ago, WAKATAKE said:

...since his stable master Asashio back in Natsu 1958

1983, I believe.

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I wonder if we’ll see any shikona changes to try to change the (bad) luck surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic? If not, then the banzuke for July will just be a rinse and repeat of Natsu.

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1 hour ago, Sasanishiki said:

If not, then the banzuke for July will just be a rinse and repeat of Natsu.

There's at least Sokokurai's intai to shake things up a little...

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