The Japan Sumo Association has announced that it will require three weeks of rest and treatment on suspicion of sprains and injuries to the cervical spine of Ishiura, which was closed from the first day at the sumo wrestling summer venue that began on the 8th.

Ishiura, the 16th piece in the front, was closed from the first day of the summer, but the Japan Sumo Association announced a medical certificate on the 8th.

According to this, Ishiura was examined at a hospital in Tokyo on the 2nd of this month, and was diagnosed as needing rest and treatment for 3 weeks from the day of the examination because he was suspected of having a cervical sprain and cervical spine injury.

Ishiura will be closed for the fifth time in two consecutive places, following the place where he was closed due to a pain in his neck.