Daiyū Tatsumi

Daiyū Tatsumi
大雄 辰實
Personal information
Born Tatsumi Yanagida
(1940-05-27) 27 May 1940 (age 80)
Ōnejime, Kagoshima, Japan
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 12 in)
Weight 113 kg (249 lb)
Career
Stable Izutsu
Record 614-596-4
Debut May, 1956
Highest rank Maegashira 1 (September, 1968)
Retired September, 1972
Elder name Kabutoyama
Championships 2 (Jūryō)
* Up to date as of June 2020.

Daiyū Tatsumi (born 27 May 1940 as Tatsumi Yanagida) is a former sumo wrestler from Ōnejime, Kagoshima, Japan. He made his professional debut in May 1956 and reached the top division in May 1963. His highest rank was maegashira 1. Upon retirement from active competition he became an elder in the Japan Sumo Association under the name Kabutoyama, coaching at Izutsu stable. In 1989 he branched out from Izutsu and started up Kabutoyama stable, which he ran until it folded in December 2002. He became a coach at Minato stable, and worked there until he reached the Sumo Association's mandatory retirement age of 65.[1]

Career record

  • The Kyushu tournament was first held in 1957, and the Nagoya tournament in 1958.
Daiyū Tatsumi [2]
Year in sumo January
Hatsu basho, Tokyo
March
Haru basho, Osaka
May
Natsu basho, Tokyo
July
Nagoya basho, Nagoya
September
Aki basho, Tokyo
November
Kyūshū basho, Fukuoka
1956 x x (Maezumo) Not held West Jonokuchi #27
5–3
 
Not held
1957 East Jonidan #90
5–3
 
West Jonidan #60
7–1
 
West Jonidan #2
6–2
 
Not held East Sandanme #64
6–2
 
East Sandanme #38
5–3
 
1958 West Sandanme #26
6–2
 
West Sandanme #8
6–2
 
East Makushita #76
3–5
 
West Makushita #77
4–4
 
West Makushita #74
5–3
 
East Makushita #62
5–3
 
1959 East Makushita #50
5–3
 
West Makushita #44
6–2
 
East Makushita #32
6–2
 
East Makushita #14
3–5
 
East Makushita #16
3–5
 
East Makushita #19
7–1
 
1960 West Makushita #8
4–4
 
West Makushita #5
5–3
 
East Makushita #2
6–2
 
West Jūryō #18
8–7
 
East Jūryō #13
6–9
 
West Jūryō #17
10–5
 
1961 East Jūryō #11
4–11
 
West Jūryō #17
4–11
 
West Makushita #7
3–4
 
East Makushita #10
3–4
 
East Makushita #11
3–4
 
West Makushita #13
3–4
 
1962 East Makushita #20
5–2
 
West Makushita #9
5–2
 
West Makushita #2
4–3
 
East Makushita #1
4–3
 
West Jūryō #18
8–7
 
West Jūryō #16
8–7
 
1963 West Jūryō #9
9–6
 
West Jūryō #4
12–3–P
Champion

 
West Maegashira #12
7–8
 
West Maegashira #14
4–11
 
East Jūryō #4
7–8
 
East Jūryō #5
8–7
 
1964 East Jūryō #2
7–8
 
East Jūryō #4
8–7
 
East Jūryō #4
7–8
 
West Jūryō #5
6–9
 
West Jūryō #8
10–5
 
East Jūryō #3
5–10
 
1965 West Jūryō #6
9–6
 
East Jūryō #5
6–5–4
 
West Jūryō #7
8–7
 
East Jūryō #5
10–5
 
East Jūryō #1
10–5
 
West Maegashira #12
8–7
 
1966 East Maegashira #12
8–7
 
East Maegashira #11
9–6
 
East Maegashira #8
7–8
 
East Maegashira #9
8–7
 
East Maegashira #6
8–7
 
East Maegashira #4
5–10
 
1967 West Maegashira #8
10–5
 
West Maegashira #2
3–12
 
West Maegashira #10
7–8
 
East Maegashira #10
7–8
 
West Maegashira #12
9–6
 
East Maegashira #6
6–9
 
1968 West Maegashira #8
8–7
 
West Maegashira #6
6–9
 
East Maegashira #9
8–7
 
East Maegashira #5
9–6
 
East Maegashira #1
5–10
 
West Maegashira #5
6–9
 
1969 West Maegashira #7
9–6
 
West Maegashira #3
5–10
 
East Maegashira #7
7–8
 
West Maegashira #8
9–6
 
West Maegashira #3
5–10
 
East Maegashira #8
10–5
 
1970 West Maegashira #2
5–10
 
East Maegashira #5
8–7
 
East Maegashira #4
4–11
 
West Maegashira #8
7–8
 
West Maegashira #8
8–7
 
East Maegashira #4
5–10
 
1971 West Maegashira #7
7–8
 
West Maegashira #8
8–7
 
East Maegashira #5
5–10
 
East Maegashira #10
9–6
 
West Maegashira #4
7–8
 
West Maegashira #5
6–9
 
1972 West Maegashira #6
8–7
 
East Maegashira #5
7–8
 
East Maegashira #7
3–12
 
East Jūryō #4
10–5–P
Champion

 
West Maegashira #12
Retired
6–9
Record given as win-loss-absent    Top Division Champion Top Division Runner-up Retired Lower Divisions

Sanshō key: F=Fighting spirit; O=Outstanding performance; T=Technique     Also shown: =Kinboshi(s); P=Playoff(s)
Divisions: MakuuchiJūryōMakushitaSandanmeJonidanJonokuchi

Makuuchi ranks: YokozunaŌzekiSekiwakeKomusubiMaegashira

See also

References

  1. ^ "Daiyū Tatsumi Kabu History". Sumo Reference. Retrieved 18 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Daiyū Tatsumi Rikishi Information". Sumo Reference. Retrieved 18 September 2012.


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