Former sumo wrestler Kotoshogiku and Master Hidenoyama held a haircut ceremony at the Kokugikan in Ryogoku, Tokyo, and fans and officials regretted their retirement.

Former Ozeki Kotoshogiku's Hidenoyama master from Yanagawa City, Fukuoka Prefecture. After the place was promoted to ozeki.

He overcame knee and chest injuries to win his first tournament title in 2016.

He was the first Japanese sumo wrestler to win in 10 years.

Even after he fell from ozeki, he kept the ring hot for a long time, and in November the year before, he retired from active duty after about 19 years in the ring.

He has won 92 places, which is the 7th place in the history of the makuuchi, and has a number of wins, such as 718 wins, which is the 6th place in the history.

Due to the influence of the new coronavirus, his haircut ceremony was held at the Kokugikan in Ryogoku, Tokyo, about two years after his retirement.

Master Hidenoyama faced his 5-year-old eldest son, Hiroto-kun, and his 1-year-old second son, Masahiro-kun, as the final number one.

After the parent and child performed the “Koto Bauer”, a routine that bends the upper body greatly on the ring, the eldest son, Hiroto-kun, beat Hidenoyama master with “push out” and received a big applause.

Followed by Yakult's professional baseball player Seiichi Uchikawa, who announced his retirement three days ago, and friends with him, former sekiwake and Toyonoshima boss Izutsu, who was a rival since childhood and who was a student of the same generation. Approximately 400 people involved, including former yokozuna Kisenosato Nishonoseki master, put scissors in the large ginkgo.

Finally, when his master Sadogatake Oyakata cut off the large bag, Hidenoyama Oyakata bit his lips and his eyes became hot, and a big applause was sent from the venue.

Master Hidenoyama, who finished the haircut ceremony, said, "When I went up in the ring with my sons, I almost cried. He was always watching me and supported me emotionally. I didn't think I could do that well in front of people, so I feel my growth." ’ he recalled.

After that, he expressed his enthusiasm as a master, saying, "I want to go back to the basics and do my best to repay the favor."