On the 13th day of the Grand Sumo Tournament in Nagoya, Yokozuna Hakuho and Ozeki Terunofuji, who hang the rope, both defended the victory.

It is a victory or defeat after entering the middle.

▽ Tokushoryu won the ten Asahi Daisei by Tokushoryu.

▽ Tochinoshin Tsurugishō is close to Tochinoshin.

▽ Kaisei Ichirō won because there was a foul in Ura that pulled the opponent's baldness.

▽ Terutsuyoshi is overwhelmed by Terutsuyoshi at the new opening of Ichiyamamoto.

▽ Ishiura throws Shimanoumi poorly.

▽ Emperor Chiyono is close to Hidenoumi.

▽ Aoiyama is pushed out by Aoiyama in Chiyo no Kuni.

▽ Tamawashi won the Takarafuji by pushing out Tamawashi.

▽ Kotonowaka to Chiyoshoma, Kotonowaka throws poorly.

▽ Chiyomaru sticks out to Myogiryu.

▽ Chiyotairyu is pushed out by Chiyotairyu to Daiamami.

▽ Tobizaru Masaya pushed out the best of the retakes by Tobizaru.

▽ Toyosho Ryu Ichinojo won the first retake by Toyosho Ryu by throwing poorly.

▽ Hokutofuji is pushed out by Takanosho.

▽ Daieishō is pushed out by Abusaki. Abu Saki is losing.

▽ Shinkoyui on Mt. Kiriba Akio is close to Akio.

▽ Shinkoyui Wakatakakage pushes Kotoeko into Wakatakakage.

▽ Sekiwake of Okinoumi Hisashi Mitakeumi is close to Mitakeumi.

▽ Ozeki Terunofuji of Tsunatori Masayo Ozeki won 13 consecutive victories from the first day with Terunofuji pushing out.

▽ Yokozuna Hakuho Sekiwake Takayasu won 13 consecutive victories with Hakuho.

The 13th day of the Nagoya place was over, and the battle for the championship was narrowed down to two people, Hakuho and Terunofuji, who won all the wins.