It has been three days and one year since the debris flow occurred in Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture in July last year.

Atami Fuji, who is from Atami City, said in the Juryo of the Grand Sumo that he wanted to take a good sumo and bring energy to the local community.

Atami Fuji, who faces the Grand Sumo Tournament Nagoya place on the 10th of this month with the sixth piece of Juryo, responded to the media coverage before one year from the outbreak of the debris flow on the 3rd.

19-year-old Atami Fuji said, "When I was in Nagoya last year, I was in a position where I couldn't see my sumo wrestling. I hope I can bring my energy to Nagoya. "

And, "I'm the only one who has" Atami "in my name, so I can't take a bad sumo as a representative of Atami. The local reconstruction is not perfect yet, but I have to do my best. I want to do my best for those who see my sumo wrestling as much as possible. "