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4 minutes ago, Akinomaki said:

Nothing is known yet, we're just guessing - another Asofuji at first maybe, the older uncle

If he's an uchideshi of Aminishiki and Ajigawa wants to create a new pattern for his future heya, we may get now to something completely different

Or the OG Ajigawa naming of A-, especially if Aminishiki is going to branch out a new generation of Ajigawa-beya. That pattern is free now that Isegahama is using -fuji. 

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21 hours ago, Seiyashi said:

Or the OG Ajigawa naming of A-, especially if Aminishiki is going to branch out a new generation of Ajigawa-beya. That pattern is free now that Isegahama is using -fuji. 

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NSK data:
SHIKONA KANJI NAME HEYA HEIGHT WEIGHT DOB BIRTHPLACE
Kojima 小嶋 Kojima Kosei Minato 181 115 02 - February - 2006 Niigata
Miura 三浦 Miura Kotaro Oshiogawa 178 110 05 - July - 2004 Saitama
Negishi 根岸 Negishi Kosuke Takekuma 176 111 15 - November - 2004 Saitama
Okano 岡野 Okano Sora Takekuma 173 126 22 - March - 2005 Hyogo
Ragucha ラグチャー Ragucha Jamintkutoho* Takasago 181 146 08 - January - 1999 Mongolia
Sakuraba 櫻庭 Sakuraba Ryo Isegahama 174 93 26 - February - 2005 Aomori
Sato 佐藤 Sato Nobuyuki Sadogatake 176 169 13 - June - 2001 Chiba
Toriyama 鳥山 Toriyama Yutaro Hanaregoma 190 105 18 - January - 2003 Fukui
Tsendosuren ツェンドスレン Tsendosuren Toshigu* Asahiyama 178 125 18 - May - 2003 Mongolia
Tsuru Tsuru Kanato Fujishima 176 133 19 - December - 2004 Saitama

* unconfirmed spellings as per ISJ

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Kojima 小嶋 Kojima Kosei Minato 181 115 02 - February - 2006 Niigata
Miura 三浦 Miura Kotaro Oshiogawa 178 110 05 - July - 2004 Saitama


Minato-beya announced Kojima's shikona as Kosei Akira (煌星 朱,  こうせい あきら).

Oshiogawa-beya announced Miura's shikona as Kazeeidai (風栄大,  かぜえいだい).

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A video from the shindeshi kensa by the NSK -  all 10 presented and measured, then some glimpses from the grip and back strength checks

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Maezumo started today, 3 bouts in the focus, especially the last one with the nephew - playlist with full coverage for the basho

training at the heya on the 9th

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Already Aminishiki style

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Negishi-Sakuraba

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Kotosato-Toriyama (2nd)

Toriyama at the heya

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Tsuru-Okano (4th bout)

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3rd bout was Kazeeidai-Kosei, first  a returner bout, Kazenoumi won against? (yobidashi call was missing and the gyoji hard to understand)

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Maezumo began today, the eight eligible shindeshi from this basho's group were joined by delayed Mongolian Kazenoumi and banzuke-gai Shokeima, back in action following a two-basho kyujo. Five bouts in the opening session, results:

X Shokeima	Kazenoumi O
X Toriyama	Kotosato O
X Kosei		Kazeeidai O
O Tsuru		Okano X
X Sakuraba	Negishi O


Best bout was Tsuru-Okano, a nice minute-long yotsu battle between two Saitama Sakae boys.

Sakuraba tried a sidestep-and-ketaguri, but the kick either missed altogether or had no effect, he was dumped on the floor immediately and looked concerned about his already-wrapped left knee.

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Maezumo day 2, Sakuraba and Toriyama got their first wins, both against winless returner Shokeima (both knees injured)

Sakuraba (left knee injured last week in keiko) - again the last bout

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Toriyama - 3rd bout

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other bouts - Kazenoumi-Kotosato (1st bout)

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Tsuru-Kazeeidai - 2nd

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4th was Okano-Kosei

Kotosato-Negishi 5th

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Results format for the second session:

X Kotosato	Kazenoumi O
O Tsuru		Kazeeidai X
X Shokeima	Toriyama O
X Kosei		Okano O
O Kotosato	Negishi X
X Shokeima	Sakuraba O

 

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West Side Story in the third session. Kazenoumi moved to 3-0 and done, tomorrow should be the last session for the rest.

X Kosei		Kazenoumi O
X Shokeima	Kotosato O
X Tsuru		Negishi O
X Toriyama	Okano O
X Sakuraba	Kazeeidai O

 

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4 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:

West Side Story in the third session. Kazenoumi moved to 3-0 and done, tomorrow should be the last session for the rest.


X Kosei		Kazenoumi O
X Shokeima	Kotosato O
X Tsuru		Negishi O
X Toriyama	Okano O
X Sakuraba	Kazeeidai O

 

Did you perhaps mix up Kosei and Kotosato here? 0-2 Kosei against 2-0 Kazenoumi is unusual for mae-zumo and Kotosato would also be finished at 3-1.

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15 minutes ago, Doitsuyama said:

Did you perhaps mix up Kosei and Kotosato here? 0-2 Kosei against 2-0 Kazenoumi is unusual for mae-zumo and Kotosato would also be finished at 3-1.


No, definitely Kosei, here's the point in the video. (I find that the opening bout is usually the best for audio since it gets the proper yobiage)

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0-2 Kosei against 2-0 Kazenoumi and 0-3 Shokeima against 2-1 Kotosato? Switching Kosei and Kotosato would make standard mae-zumo pairings. Also you stated that only Kazenoumi is done at 3-0, but with your results Kotosato also would be done at 3-1. I guess we'll see today.

Ok, I have to agree that the video is proof enough. Very weird match-making indeed.

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4 hours ago, Doitsuyama said:

0-2 Kosei against 2-0 Kazenoumi and 0-3 Shokeima against 2-1 Kotosato? Switching Kosei and Kotosato would make standard mae-zumo pairings. Also you stated that only Kazenoumi is done at 3-0, but with your results Kotosato also would be done at 3-1. I guess we'll see today.

Ok, I have to agree that the video is proof enough. Very weird match-making indeed.


Yeah, I forgot Kotosato had fought twice in the second session, sorry. One of those was against Kazenoumi, so maybe they didn't want to repeat that pairing for one of them to get the third win, I dunno. I certainly agree they could've found a much better opponent than Kosei, who is surely the weakest of the newcomers this time.

Perhaps it's just a little different under Iyozakura and (I think) Fukunosato, who seem to have inherited the maezumo clipboards from Kotochitose and the late Shiraiwa.

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Last day of maezumo, even Sakuraba got his 3rd win.

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Kazunoumi finished top already on day 5, followed by Kotosato, Negishi and Okano, the remaining 6 without 3 wins yet were on the dohyo today.

Sakuraba lost to Tsuru but then won against Toriyama, for the 2nd time after yesterday.

The 9 who passed will have the shinjo-shusse tomorrow during sandanme (Shokeima is sai-shusse - without a win)

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Day 5 pics

Kazenoumi-Kosei

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Kotosato-Shokeima

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Okano-Toriyama

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Kazeeidai-Sakuraba

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Day 6

Negishi Kazeeidai

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Okano-Tsuru

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Sakuraba-Toriyama

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Kosei-Shokeima

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Day 7

Kazeeidai-Shokeima

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Tsuru-Sakuraba

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Toriyama-Kosei

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Sakuraba-Toriyama

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Results of the last two sessions:

Day 6

X Kazeeidai	Negishi	O
X Tsuru		Okano O
X Toriyama	Sakuraba O
X Shokeima	Kosei O



Day 7

X Shokeima	Kazeeidai O
O Tsuru		Sakuraba X
O Toriyama	Kosei X
X Toriyama	Sakuraba O

 

So I make the final standings as this:

Kazenoumi	3-0
Kotosato	3-1
Negishi		3-1
Okano		3-1
Kazeeidai	3-2
Tsuru		3-2
Sakuraba	3-3
Toriyama	2-4
Kosei		1-4
Shokeima	0-6

 

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Shinjo shusse hirou today - the nephew of course with a kesho mawashi of uncle Aminishiki - unfortunately he's in the 2nd row. The Saitama Sakae 4 in the proper ones from the school if available, else another one from the school sempai in the heya. Negishi with that of Gonoyama, Kazeeidai with that of Yago, Okano in the middle with another of Gonoyama, Tsuru in the 2nd row with that of Bushozan. Toriyama of course with one of Fukui pref. sempai Minatogawa who helped him join the heya. Kazenoumi with another of Yago, Kotosato with one of Kotonowaka - from the present one and not the oyakata, both have one like this, but the sponsor is the new one.

On 12/08/2019 at 21:02, Akinomaki said:

Kotonowaka II today at the jungyo in Murayama, Yamagata - the home pref. of father Kotonowaka - with the new kesho mawashi he got for juryo promotion from Oh-ban Holdings, a Yamagata pref. based supermarket chain. The company president (on the left) is the head of the Sadogatake-beya koenkai http://www.oh-ban.com/sumo/ 

Yamagata is the nation's largest benibana producer - the kesho mawashi shows this flower. The oyakata also got one like this for juryo promotion from his hometown Obanazawa city.

Kosei with one of Ichinjo.

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video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1G841177u9/

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maezumo videos

day 3 https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8fjf8e

day 4 https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8fl4cp

day 5 https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8fnodx

day 6 https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8fnofa

day 7  https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8fv3xq

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NHK reported with the 9 shinjo shusse rikishi on day 8 that 5 of them were from Saitama Sakae, one later was in university, so that should be Kotosato. Kosei has baseball background like Toriyama, all others have high school sumo experience.

I found Kotosato on the Nichidai sumo club page (not updated): http://www.nu-sumoclub.com/member.html

He was 1st year when Kinbozan was 4th year, so he did quit university in his 3rd year, confirmed as from Saitama Sakae.

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