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Kimarite Statistics - Hatsu 2022

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Usually @Yubinhaad has their Kimarite Statistics post up by now, and I really enjoy them so I thought I'd start one before it's no longer relevant! I copied the table from last time and updated it for 2022.01:
 

Kimarite Makuuchi Juryo Makushita Sandanme Jonidan Jonokuchi Total Percentage
Abisetaoshi     1 1 6   8 0.35%
Amiuchi     1       1 0.04%
Ashitori 1     2 1   4 0.18%
Chongake         1   1 0.04%
Fumidashi         1   1 0.04%
Fusen (default) 4 2 6 1 3   16 0.70%
Gasshohineri               0.00%
Hansoku (foul)   1       1 2 0.09%
Harimanage       1     1 0.04%
Hatakikomi 18 21 48 52 50 5 194 8.53%
Hikiotoshi 14 2 8 13 23 7 67 2.95%
Hikkake     1 1 1   3 0.13%
Ipponzeoi         1   1 0.04%
Isamiashi 1     1   1 3 0.13%
Izori               0.00%
Kainahineri     1 1 1   3 0.13%
Kakenage       2     2 0.09%
Kakezori               0.00%
Katasukashi 6 5 1 4 5 1 22 0.97%
Kawazugake       1     1 0.04%
Kekaeshi 1       1   2 0.09%
Ketaguri               0.00%
Kimedashi   2 1   1   4 0.18%
Kimetaoshi   1         1 0.04%
Kirikaeshi 1   1       2 0.09%
Komatasukui         1   1 0.04%
Koshikudake         1   1 0.04%
Koshinage               0.00%
Kotehineri               0.00%
Kotenage 3 4 5 9 20   41 1.80%
Kozumatori               0.00%
Kubihineri               0.00%
Kubinage 1   1 3 3   8 0.35%
Makiotoshi 1       1   2 0.09%
Mitokorozeme               0.00%
Nichonage               0.00%
Nimaigeri               0.00%
Okuridashi 12 6 15 21 19 4 77 3.39%
Okurigake               0.00%
Okurihikiotoshi     1       1 0.04%
Okurinage       1 2   3 0.13%
Okuritaoshi 2 1 3 2 3   11 0.48%
Okuritsuridashi               0.00%
Okuritsuriotoshi               0.00%
Omata               0.00%
Osakate               0.00%
Oshidashi 76 51 103 181 152 31 594 26.13%
Oshitaoshi 9 13 18 29 15 1 85 3.74%
Sabaori               0.00%
Sakatottari               0.00%
    3 3     6 0.26%
Shitatehineri 2       1 1 4 0.18%
Shitatenage 7 2 9 9 11 3 41 1.80%
Shumokuzori               0.00%
Sokubiotoshi         1   1 0.04%
Sotogake 1 1   1 2 1 6 0.26%
Sotokomata               0.00%
Sotomuso               0.00%
Sototasukizori               0.00%
Sukuinage 4 4 5 11 11 3 38 1.67%
Susoharai 1           1 0.04%
Susotori               0.00%
Tasukizori               0.00%
Tokkurinage               0.00%
Tottari   1   2     3 0.13%
Tsukaminage               0.00%
Tsukidashi 9 5 11 9 17   51 2.24%
Tsukihiza       1 1   2 0.09%
Tsukiotoshi 15 13 34 35 37 6 140 6.16%
Tsukitaoshi 1 1 1 2 4   9 0.40%
Tsukite 1       1   2 0.09%
Tsumatori               0.00%
Tsuridashi 2       2   4 0.18%
Tsuriotoshi               0.00%
Tsutaezori               0.00%
Uchigake       1 2   3 0.13%
Uchimuso               0.00%
Ushiromotare           1 1 0.04%
Utchari       1   1 2 0.09%
Uwatedashinage 5 1 2 6 7 1 22 0.97%
Uwatehineri       2     2 0.09%
Uwatenage 12 5 18 30 32 8 105 4.62%
Waridashi               0.00%
Watashikomi 1   1       2 0.09%
Yaguranage               0.00%
Yobimodoshi               0.00%
Yorikiri 73 40 83 176 167 27 566 24.90%
Yoritaoshi 11 3 19 31 29 6 99 4.36%
Zubuneri               0.00%

 

55 different kimarite used in the 2273 bouts of the Haru basho (not counting mae-zumo, of course). Oshidashi once again takes the top spot ahead of Yorikiri, although it's interesting to see the difference between the two in each division.
 
--- Some personal nominations for honorary gino-sho ---

These rikishi accounted for the winning techniques only used once in the whole basho:
Takeoka - amiuchi
Yasunishi - chongake
Senho - harimanage
Ishiazuma - ipponzeoi
Denuma - kawazugake
Daiamami - kimetaoshi
Chiyotaiyo - komatasukui
Tokunomusashi - okurihikiotoshi
Hidano - sokubiotoshi
Ishiura - susoharai
Takemaru - ushiromotare

These rikishi won by rare kimarite twice (extra notable for the lower division rikishi!)
Amanoshima - ashitori
Chiyokozan - kubinage
Ishiura - shitatehineri
Tochinoshin - tsuridashi
Raiho - uchigake

I saw some chatter hoping that Ishiura would pick up a gino-sho for his two shitatenage, two shitatehineri, and a susoharai - I think he deserved it, but I would probably be too generous with special prizes if it was up to me...

BUT the real technical outlier from this basho was Jd38 Raiho, who went (6-1) in his 2nd tournament in ozumo with wins by kubinage, okurinage, hatakikomi, okuridashi, and two wins by uchigake!

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You can find footage of the Juryo and Makushita techniques on NattoSumo's channel if their videos are still up, I've really appreciated that source since I've stopped making videos myself. If anyone has a source for divisions lower than Makushita please share!
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Thanks for that! Seems like there's just not enough time in the day lately... I will gambarize and try to get the Haru statistics up in a more timely manner. (Bow...)

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