Akiseyama, a flat curtain, broke his jaw at the sumo summer venue and will be closed from the 16th, the 8th day of the middle day.
On the 15th, the 13th frontal piece, Akiseyama, was examined at the Sumo Clinic in the Kokugikan in Ryogoku, Tokyo.
As a result, I broke my lower right jaw on the 11th of this month and was diagnosed as needing to take a rest in the summer, so I notified the Japan Sumo Association and decided to take a rest from the 16th, the 8th day of the middle day.
Akiseyama, where I am now, had a record of 1 win and 6 losses from the 3rd day to the 7th day of the 15th, including 5 consecutive losses.
Akiseyama will be closed for the first time since the first bale of the first place in 2008.
The flat curtain Akua Shoma, which was scheduled to play on the 16th, will be a bye.