[sumo] Musashigawa kanreki dohyo-iri

Joshua Maciel joshua.maciel at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 04:08:14 EDT 2007

Excellent. I'll pen it in my calendar as a 7 year plan.

Does it come with a successful chain of Chanko Nabe restaurants? Or is that
extra work? Because looking at the requirements, I think I'll be short on
free time.

- Josh

On 6/20/07, Doreen Simmons <jz8d-smmn at asahi-net.or.jp> wrote:
> Yes. You get recruited by a stablemaster, work your way up into the top
> division, have a pretty successful career, manage to buy a myoseki
> (often on installments paid over the next several years), accumulate
> enough money to buy a plot of land and put up a building on it, start a
> heya and attract deshi.  A possible shortcut available to a few is to
> marry the master's daughter (assuming you already meet the myoseki
> qualifications), or to belong to a small heya and be nominated by your
> master as his successor.
> Doreen Simmons
>   jz8d-smmn at asahi-net.or.jp
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