Chiyonofuji Mitsugu born as Akimoto Mitsugu appears in a ceremony before a match…

Chiyonofuji Mitsugu, born as Akimoto Mitsugu, appears in a ceremony before a match during the 1983 Kyushu Basho sumo wrestling tournament held in November 1983 at the Fukuoka Kokusai Center in Fukuoka, Japan.

"The body is the reflection of the spirit in its physical expression, and its…

Unidentified artist 'Japanese warrior' c. 1910 Vintage silver gelatin print 9 x 14

Konishiki Yasokichi (b.1963) a Hawaiian-born Japanese–Samoan sumo wrestler, was the first foreign-born grand champion, or yokozuna.

Konishiki Yasokichi a Hawaiian-born Japanese–Samoan sumo wrestler, was the first foreign-born grand champion, or yokozuna.

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Diamon Kinoshita Japanese Woodblock Print Hokutoumi Sumo Wrestler 1988 | eBay

Diamon Kinoshita Japanese Woodblock Print Hokutoumi Sumo Wrestler 1988 | eBay

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☆He wasn't even a Japanese, in fact Mongolian, and was a troublemaker, but he was real strong & the tournaments were much more exciting when he was around. *'Yokozuna' is the title for sumō wrestlers of the highest rank.

Fantastic shot. For the sumo wrestlers' inside story, see: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006C1I5K8

Chiyonofuji is the YOKOZUNA of sumo wrestler. He was one of the greatest YOKOZUNA of recent times. Sumo wrestler is not only being fat.

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La vita quotidiana degli atleti in sovrappeso immortalata in foto

Mini Sumo Wrestler

This Mini Sumo Wrestler is an easy Japanese Craft for kids to make with our printable template to color! His legs and arms are made from a bendable pipe cleaners!

Sumo is Japan's national sport, although baseball is also very popular. Sumo wrestlers eat a stew called Chankonabe to fatten up. Many restaurants in the Ryogoku district of Tokyo serve this nabe (Japanese word for stew). In a Sumo training "stable" the junior rikishi Sumo wrestlers must wash and bathe their senior sumo wrestlers and make sure their hard to reach places are clean (Ugh)!

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 b…

Sumo Practice in Tokyo - Klook

Sumo Practice in Tokyo

Sumo Practice in Tokyo - Klook

Paolo Patrizi on sumo wrestlers

English photographer Paolo Patrizi, while he was in Japan, made ​​a series of photographs of daily life, sports training and competition of sumo wrestlers.

Benihana Tiki Mug Sumo Wrestler White Ceramic Made USA Retro Barware Tiki Hut #Benihana

Benihana Tiki Mug Sumo Wrestler White Ceramic Made USA Retro Barware Tiki Hut

Fearsome Sumo wrestler tiki mug from Benihana Restaurants, made in USA.

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