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Essential Sumo Links

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Essential Sumo Links (updated 2006-09-02)

Sumo Websites in English

Sumo Websites in Japanese

Sumo Websites in Other Languages

Sumo Websites in English

Nihon Sumo Kyokai (Japan Sumo Association)

Official English home page of the sumo association.

goo Sumo

Results and statistics for makuuchi and juryo, provided by Nihon Sumo Kyokai.

Bandey's Sumo Site

Loads of various statistics, detailed results of every basho since Kyushu 2001, full banzuke and much more.

Sumo site by Kintamayama

Sumo news and trivia, hand-picked by Kintamayama.

Banzuke.com

Banzuke archive and sumo movies. Also hosts the SML (Sumo Mailing List) archives.

SCGroup Sumo Information

Sumo statistics and a result search engine for all divisions.

The Oyakata Gallery

Oyakata information, salaries and positions in Kyokai's hierarchy, changes in toshiyori ownership/possession, and some general info on toshiyori kabu system.

Hakkeyoi.net

Kashunowaka's sumo database with a very powerful search interface.

Miscellaneous Sites

Miscellaneous sumo sites in English.

Sumo Websites in Japanese

goo Sumo

Official results and statistics from the Nihon Sumo Kyokai.

Complete Banzuke in Japanese

Banzuke for all divisions, provided by Nihon Sumo Kyokai.

Japanese Media

Sumo news and features in Japanese media.

Blogs

Sumo blogs by rikishi and sumo fans.

Miscellaneous Sites

Miscellaneous sumo sites in Japanese.

Sumo Websites in Other Languages

Chiyozakura's Sumo Site (in German)

Trivia and career stats of a huge number of rikishi in a compact format.

Miscellaneous Sites

Miscellaneous sumo sites in other languages.

Edited by Sasanishiki
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The animated kimarite index seems to be a broken link :(

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(Chucking salt...) Very cute anims. Thanks for that.

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(Chucking salt...) Very cute anims. Thanks for that.

Anything for a devil..

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Seems that this "How to tie a mawashi" link is broken. Let say, I have a little interest in trying amateur sumo, but I have not a clue how to do it.

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Seems that this "How to tie a mawashi" link is broken. Let say, I have a little interest in trying amateur sumo, but I have not a clue how to do it.

The new link is: http://www.e-sanpuku.co.jp/sumo/howto_en.html

I've fixed the link in the list above.

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It seems Hakkeyoi has finally disappeared - account suspended, shame but on the bright side Doitsuyamas "reference" page is up and running now! hoo-ray!

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I can't seem to link to Doitsuyama's site. Doesn't it have a different URL rather than just the number? Something, I think with db in it?

That server is out. The ratings will be integrated into Sumo Reference, but no timetable is set.

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Sasanishiki, thank you so much for this update, although i haven't succeded in tying culture.. yet :)

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The article above refers to the present new exhibition at the sumo museum. The exhibition changes every 2 months and so does the page on the NSK site: http://www.sumo.or.jp/sumo_museum/display/list

The Japanese full text is only available during the time of the exhibition, afterwards just the short overview remains: who can read it, should save the page in time.

The pictures though remain on site (for the last 2.5 years), with the same date as the small pic in the exhibition history respectively, no. 1 to 8 or up to14, in this format: www.sumo.or.jp/img/sumo_museum/151020_01.jpg

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wow, impressive list, thank you!

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Why do you keep posting these article links in this thread?

Everything posted here recently with the exception of kawika's post should probably be moved to Sumo articles.

Edited by Asashosakari

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Toyonoshima's blog is a very hilarious one! Kintamayama already introduced the site, but it seems to have been moved now, and he's updating semi-constantly, not during basho of course though.

In August he was giving guessing quiz. He puts a picture of a back shot of a rikishi only wearing an underwear ( usually perky and colorful! ) to have readers guess who the rikishi is. The next day he puts the answer ( and usually another quiz ). Kind of hard to guess right.

Quiz: http://ameblo.jp/toyonoshima-daiki/entry-12060288876.html

The answer (and the next quiz ): http://ameblo.jp/toyonoshima-daiki/entry-12060573759.html

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Hi, new member here, but long time fan. Just to let you know that NHK World is showing the highlights of each day from the 2016 Nagoya tournament on their website. They show the program each day at 17:30/ 23:30/ 5:30/ 9:30 UK time. Here is the link http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/sumo/
scroll down and click on How to Watch. Hope it is okay to post this here. (Spooky TV program...)

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