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Day 1 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_01.pdf

29:    Terunofuji (M)
16:    Hoshoryu
11:    Mitakeumi
11:    Hokutofuji
7:    Myogiryu
6:    Wakatakakage
5:    Chiyonokuni
4:    Takarafuji
3:    Tamawashi
3:    Kiribayama

The Nagatanien kensho: 3 each on Terunofuji and on Endo, 2 on Wakatakakage-Takayasu

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Day 2 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_02.pdf

51:    Terunofuji (M)
19:    Kiribayama
18:    Hokutofuji
16:    Hoshoryu
15:    Shodai
11:    Mitakeumi
11:    Myogiryu
8:    Chiyonokuni
7:    Endo
6:    Wakatakakage

Today only the two Nagatanien boys Terunofuji and Endo got their 3 from the big sponsor, the 2 extra by them were for shonichi. As the sole yokozuna with all last bouts, only an early kyujo can prevent Terunofuji from finishing top. And likely he will get most of the Morinaga-sho in his kensho packs - the Morinaga kensho always wanders last and separate from the others, especially fitting for the musubi no ichiban, the last bout of the day.

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Day 3 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_03.pdf

72:    Terunofuji (M)
27:    Shodai
25:    Kiribayama
20:    Mitakeumi
18:    Hokutofuji
16:    Hoshoryu
13:    Endo
13:    Myogiryu
11:    Ichinojo
10:    Chiyonokuni
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On 12/09/2021 at 08:08, Akinomaki said:

When I met my father in law for the first time he pulled out a bottle of that, and we shared it down to the bottom. I thought I was home free.

And then he took out the second bottle :(

 

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Day 4 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_04.pdf

91:    Terunofuji (M)
33:    Shodai
31:    Mitakeumi
28:    Kiribayama
20:    Endo
18:    Hokutofuji
16:    Hoshoryu
15:    Myogiryu
13:    Chiyonokuni
12:    Takakeisho
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Day 5 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_05.pdf

112:    Terunofuji (M)
41:    Shodai
41:    Mitakeumi
28:    Kiribayama
23:    Takakeisho
20:    Endo
18:    Hokutofuji
16:    Hoshoryu
15:    Chiyonokuni
15:    Myogiryu
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Day 6 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_06.pdf

132:    Terunofuji (M)
50:    Mitakeumi
41:    Shodai
36:    Kiribayama
26:    Endo
23:    Takakeisho
18:    Hokutofuji
16:    Myogiryu
16:    Hoshoryu
15:    Chiyonokuni
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I forgot to save the kensho data for day 7, if someone has them, please post day 7. The Morinaga-sho like every day was on Terunofuji. On Sundays Nagatanien puts 2 extra kensho on a special bout, today it was on Ura-Tobizaru.

Day 8 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_08.pdf

182:    Terunofuji (M)
59:    Mitakeumi
54:    Shodai
45:    Takakeisho
41:    Endo
36:    Kiribayama
23:    Ichinojo
19:    Myogiryu
19:    Ura
19:    Chiyonokuni
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Day 9 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_09.pdf

182:    Terunofuji
64:    Shodai
59:    Mitakeumi
57:    Takakeisho
48:    Kiribayama
47:    Endo
39:    Daieisho (M)
23:    Ichinojo
22:    Chiyonokuni
21:    Hoshoryu
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@Akinomaki I was looking at the kensho for Day 4 and I noticed that Chiyonokuni had been granted 3 kensho placed on his bout with Tsurugisho. But Tsurugisho had a fever and went kyujo to be tested. Isn't it usual to withdraw the kensho for a fusensho?? 

Note: he had 5 on Day 1, 3 on Day 2, and 2 on Day 3. For Day 4 there were 3 placed kensho, not 2, but these should not be counted... so the lists after Day 4 could be wrong too.

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4 hours ago, orandashoho said:

@Akinomaki I was looking at the kensho for Day 4 and I noticed that Chiyonokuni had been granted 3 kensho placed on his bout with Tsurugisho. But Tsurugisho had a fever and went kyujo to be tested. Isn't it usual to withdraw the kensho for a fusensho?? 

Note: he had 5 on Day 1, 3 on Day 2, and 2 on Day 3. For Day 4 there were 3 placed kensho, not 2, but these should not be counted... so the lists after Day 4 could be wrong too.

Nikkan is known to often be incorrect, and they usually don't fix their errors

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Another question: is there a Morinaga-sho every day, awarded post-bout so not mentioned in the torikumi, and does the envelope contain the same amount as the kensho?
Two questions, really. And a ruthless efficiency. Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!

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The Morinaga-sho is a kensho like every other, Morinaga sponsors it. They used to let their customers in the kokugikan vote, which bout should get it. Now the votes are done online on the Morinaga site, you no longer have to buy their chocolate to write your vote on the box. Votes are accepted till some time before the start of makuuchi. In the past the result was announced after the dohyo-iri, now it's on the Morinaga Twitter. The Morinaga kensho always gets carried around the dohyo as the last of that bout, with a good distance to the pack that wanders before. It is awarded every day, but only at the proper Tokyo basho.

Day 10 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_10.pdf

207:    Terunofuji (M)
71:    Shodai
69:    Takakeisho
68:    Mitakeumi
51:    Kiribayama
47:    Endo
39:    Daieisho
24:    Ichinojo
22:    Chiyonokuni
21:    Myogiryu
21:    Hoshoryu
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Day 11 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_11.pdf

232:    Terunofuji (M)
82:    Shodai
79:    Takakeisho
79:    Mitakeumi
54:    Endo
51:    Kiribayama
39:    Daieisho
27:    Chiyonokuni
25:    Ichinojo
22:    Myogiryu
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Day 12 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_12.pdf

232:    Terunofuji
95:    Takakeisho
82:    Shodai
79:    Mitakeumi
62:    Endo
51:    Kiribayama
40:    Daieisho
35:    Ichinojo
32:    Meisei (M)
27:    Chiyonokuni
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Day 13 http://www.sumo.or.jp/pdf/honbasho/kansen/torikumi/2109_13.pdf

266:    Terunofuji (M)
95:    Takakeisho
82:    Shodai
79:    Mitakeumi
72:    Endo
51:    Kiribayama
40:    Daieisho
38:    Meisei
37:    Myogiryu
36:    Ichinojo
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I count 49 [corrected] kensho on the final bout of the tournament.  That is without doubt the biggest purse so far this tournament (Sincerely yours, Captain Obvious).  In fact, it is bigger than that for the showdown between Hakuho and Terunofuji in Nagoya two months ago.  But then again, this tournament is being held in Tokyo...

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How many kensho are "national" and typically get placed every basho no matter where it is, and how many kensho are traditionally "local" and provided by regional or local companies only at one basho (or three for Tokyo)?  Do the NSK people break a big sweat trying to scare up kensho for the regional basho?

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