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Flying Zabutons
There's various forms of expression of feeling in the world.
Japanese seem less emotional because traditionally, Samurai were trained to hide their feelings. Furthermore, in contrast to western classrooms, in Japan, children are educated through one-sided lectures, instead of through classroom discussion. Also, everyone is taught from childhood the importance of cooperation. That being the case, it seems reasonable that people would think so alike and also have trouble expressing their emotions. It probably seems strange to foreigners, but it's risky for Japanese to stress their opinions because they'll likely be mistaken as being impudent. That's why one secret of succeeding in Japan is to emphasize yourself and maintain harmonious relations with people around you.


However, we definitely have our own way of making our feelings known when it comes to the national sport of sumo. Spectators attending sumo matches have been known to throw things at the ring, both in delight and anger, since the Edo period (1603-1868).
In Sumo, we're hurled toward the ring by fans upset over a referee's decision, the loss of a yokozuna (the top-ranked rikishi) to a lower-ranked opponent, or anything else that rubs us the wrong way.



Asashoryu VS Takami-sakari
I love both of them. The funny rikishi is Takami-sakari, and Asashoryu is Mongolian.


Hakuho VS Koto-mitsuki



But unfortunately, The Japan Sumo Association said;
"Throwing zabuton is dangerous. It's astonishing that there haven't been any accidents before. But it would be too late to take action after something (bad) happened. We thought of various ways to put a stop to it, and decided to make the zabuton in a shape that wouldn't fly well."



The new, difficult-to-throw zabuton

I was so disappointed that we wouldn’t be able to see any flying zabuton because I thought it represented the real sumo atmosphere!!!

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