Shikihide stable

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Shikihide stable (式秀部屋, Shikihide-beya), full name Shikimori Hidegoro stable, is a stable of sumo wrestlers, part of the Dewanoumi ichimon or group of stables. It was set up in 1992 by former komusubi Ōshio. The stable did not produce a sekitori until 2012, when his top wrestler Senshō of Mongolia finally won promotion to jūryō in the January tournament after eleven years in sumo. The nineteen years and nine months Shikihide stable took to produce a sekitori is the longest by a newly established stable since World War II.[1]

Ring name conventions[edit]

Some wrestlers at this stable take ring names or shikona that end with the character 桜 (read: sakura or zakura), in deference to their coach and the stable's owner, the former Kitazakura.

Owners[edit]

Notable active wrestlers[edit]

  • None

Notable former wrestlers[edit]

Referee[edit]

  • Kimura Sakuranosuke (jonokuchi gyōji, real name Shōnosuke Kurihara)

Hairdresser[edit]

Location and access[edit]

Ibaraki prefecture, Ryugasaki City, Sanuki 4-17-17
10 minute walk from Sanuki Station on the Jōban Line

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2012 March Grand Sumo Tournament Banzuke Topics". February 2012. Archived from the original on 1 March 2012. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°56′06″N 140°08′24″E / 35.9349°N 140.1401°E / 35.9349; 140.1401