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Sumo wrestlers are known as “rikishi” in Japanese. Every wrestler belongs to a particular stable in Japan, which is ruled by a retired wrestler known as “oyakata”, meaning boss. #sumo #tradition #japaninfo
Sumo wrestler, ca. 1910, Japan
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Sumo wrestlers Tosayutaka, right, and Toyohibiki fall to the ground during their bout in the grand summer tournament at Tokyo's Ryogoku Kokugikan sumo arena Photo: AP
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Konishiki Yasokichi (b.1963) a Hawaiian-born Japanese–Samoan sumo wrestler, was the first foreign-born grand champion, or yokozuna.
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Sumo - Konishiki! Oh jesus! I'd just throw the salt in his eyes and run like hell.
Takami Sato has his hair prepared by a tokoyama - a hairdresser employed by the Japan Sumo Association to cut and prepare sumo wrestlers hair. CCOPYRIGHT:esam hassanyeh
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Sumo wrestlers walk under cherry blossoms in full bloom on their way to the 'Honozumo', a ceremonial sumo tournament at the Yasukuni Shrine precincts in Tokyo, Japan, April 3. (Franck Robichon/EPA)
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