Hinomaru Sumo

Hinomaru Sumo (火ノ丸相撲, Hinomaru Zumō) is Japanese sumo shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Kawada. It was published by Shueisha, with serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since May 2014 and with twenty-eight volumes compiling the chapters released until its end in July 2019 after 5 years of serialization. A 24-episode anime television series adaptation by Gonzo was announced which aired from October 5, 2018 to March 29, 2019.

Hinomaru Sumo
Hinomaru Zumō, Volume 1.jpg
Cover of the first volume of the manga featuring Hinomaru Ushio
(Hinomaru Zumō)
Written byKawada
Published byShueisha
ImprintJump Comics
MagazineWeekly Shōnen Jump
Original runMay 26, 2014July 22, 2019
Volumes28 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed by
Produced byNAS
Licensed by
Muse Communication
Original networkTokyo MX, BS11, SUN, TVA, TYQ
Original run October 5, 2018 March 29, 2019
Episodes24 (List of episodes)
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Oodachi High SchoolEdit

Hinomaru Ushio (潮 火ノ丸, Ushio Hinomaru)
Voiced by: Atsushi Abe[1] (Japanese); Ricco Fajardo[2] (English)
A Yokozuna, he was a 2-time Yokozuna in elementary school level due to his natural talent. His epithet is National Treasure "Onimaru Kunitsuna", but his career stalled in middle school, due to his diminutive size (157 cm (5'2") by junior high, still below grade limit of 167 cm (5'6")). Despite this, he is extremely muscular and gains better leverage due to a far lower centre of gravity and great acceleration to drive opponents up and out of the ring. His Yokozuna-style wrestling style, combined with his gung-ho attitude and scant regard for health and safety often puts him in harm's way.
Undersized, he left competitive wrestling in middle school because his style finally became his disadvantage as he suffered the longest losing streak of his career, and made his return in high school 3 years later. He accidentally joined Odachi High after getting off the subway a stop too early, missing out on joining Ishigami High, the true powerhouse sumo school. Months after defeating Yuma Gojo, he decided to join Odachi High Sumo club. He hates people talking about death lightly due to him not having his parents, but his independence also hinders him from developing deep and meaningful friendships because he is too uncomfortable asking for help.
As a professional sumo wrestler, he is affiliated with the Shibakiyama stable and uses the shikona Onimaru Kunitsuna.
Shinya Ozeki (小関 信也, Ozeki Shinya)
Voiced by: Fukushi Ochiai[1] (Japanese); Tyson Rinehart[2] (English)
The club leader of the Odachi High Sumo club, and was the only member of the club before Hinomaru offered to join, a senior (3rd year) high school student. Known for his mental fortitude, and often has intense and close sparring matches with Hinomaru, who has great upper body strength, where Ozeki has greater lower body strength, as proven when he lost to Kei Mitsuhashi by a single leg takedown, but vows to match up against Hinomaru whenever or if Hinomaru goes pro (Hinomaru cannot go pro if he cannot grow to 173 cm, or 5'8" tall (167 cm or 5'6" in the anime, but he'd still fail in that regard)).
As a professional sumo wrestler, he is affiliated with the Nagato stable and uses the shikona Tarōtachi Shinya.
Yuma Gojo (五條 佑真, Gojō Yūma)
Voiced by: Kentarō Kumagai[1] (Japanese); Brandon Potter[2] (English)
Older brother of Reina, a former Kanto regional karate champion in middle school that despised sumo to the point that he destroyed Ozeki's meticulously prepared sumo ring and let delinquents take over the dojo. This caused his karate sensei to expel him from the dojo, but later became influenced by Hinomaru's hardworking attitude after Hinomaru survived 15 minutes of his punches without falling, then was driven out of the ring with only 2 hits. He even started taking care of Ozeki, not only because he was the victim of his bullying, but his chubby face reminds him of the stray cat than hangs around the school yard. When he practises sumo, his techniques are based mostly on hand battles and punches to harness his karate skills. Ever since reforming, his sensei has welcomed him back and trains him in techniques supplementing his sumo.
Despite his delinquency, both he and his sister are top 30 students in their respective grades.
Chihiro Kunisaki (國崎 千比路, Kunisaki Chihiro)
Voiced by: Takuya Satō[1] (Japanese); Marcus Stimac[2] (English)
Was a national wrestling champion in his first year in high school, but known for wearing a lucha libre mask and a white nasal tape. He is an aspiring mixed-martial artist as he joins almost every possible combat sports club, but joined the sumo club after conceding defeat to Hinomaru in his second year. It was during a wrestling vs. sumo match, where Chihrio could lose by all wrestling means, so he can still recover when he is on his back within 5 seconds, but Hinomaru could only win by all sumo means. A phenom with great natural talent, he can quickly learn his opponent's moves, so he can beat many Yokozunas. A great scoring threat in team fights with Hinomaru because he utilizes mostly throwing techniques, especially the German Suplex. He is the weakest student academically.
Kei Mitsuhashi (三ツ橋 蛍, Mitsuhashi Kei)
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase[1] (Japanese); Stephen Fu[2] (English)
Unlike Hinomaru, he is the weakest member in the group in terms of stamina and talent. He has to focus on variations, feints and negating opponent's momentum shifts in order to compensate for his disadvantages, because he cannot match up in a physical head-to-head, the same way that Kirihito managed to end fights quickly.
Kirihito Tsuji (辻 喜仁, Tsuji Kirihito)
Voiced by: Takuma Terashima[1] (Japanese); Adam Gibbs[2] (English)
Despite being a freshman from Chiba, he is the coach of the team. He was an elementary school-level Yokozuna along with Hinomaru, and they trained together in the same dojo then. He was known under the epithet "Onikiri Yasutsuna". His technical knowledge helped to train the club members' core strength, leg strength and fundamentals, and he is known to use a low 'Spider Crawl' stance. However, he can only fight in 20-second bursts due to his impaired lung function from severe asthma, as he requires the use of a portable nebulizer, but was later encouraged to become a team substitute, especially given Kei's inexperience.
As a professional sumo wrestler, he is affiliated with the Nagato stable and uses the shikona Onikiri.
Reina Gojo (五條 礼奈, Gojo Reina)
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu[3] (Japanese); Jad Saxton[2] (English)
Student Council President, and last year's Miss Daichi High (Beauty Queen). Initially shared Yuma's sentiment that sumo isn't a cool sport, but was inspired by the club's hard work, and later becoming one of the club co-managers alongside with Hori Chizuko, and even becoming Hinomaru's girlfriend.
Chizuko Hori (堀 千鶴子, Hori Chizuko)
Voiced by: Rui Tanabe[3] (Japanese); Felecia Angelle[2] (English)
Another co-manager in the Sumo club. She was saved by Hinomaru in a train when confronted by a molester months before Hinomaru officially enrolled. However, Hinomaru was mistaken as a pervert instead, as he was still wearing a mawashi, or sumo-wrestling undergarment.

Eiga University High SchoolEdit

Daniel Stefanov (ダニエル・ステファノフ, Danieru Sutefanofu)
Voiced by: Justin Tomimori[4] (Japanese); Dave Trosko[2] (English)
Junior (2nd year) in Eiga University High School, an exchange student from Bulgaria. He is 199 cm and weighs 131 kg.
Sōsuke Kuze (久世 草介, Kuze Sōsuke)
Voiced by: Shunsuke Takeuchi[4] (Japanese); Ian Sinclair[2] (English)
Freshman in Eiga University High School. His epithet was National Treasure, "Kusanagi no-Tsurugi". He has once defeated Hinomaru in the past and sees Hinomaru as a great rival. He stands 195 cm, and weighs 142 kg. His father, Yamatokuni, was also a Yokozuna, who briefly trained Hinomaru in middle school, but he has never been able to fight due to his father's orders after dislocating Hinomaru's shoulder in an elementary school tournament match. But when he matches up with Hinomaru again in the practice match, he uses powerful punches before using the same arm bar variation to try and destabilize Hinomaru's arm again, but Hinomaru powers out of the hold in the rematch. His representative figures are serpentine. The match ended prematurely due to teacher's stoppage.
After graduating from high school, he entered his father's stable to become a professional sumo wrestler and took the shikona of Kusanagi Sōsuke.
Jin Yomoda (四方田 尽, Yomoda Jin)
Voiced by: Noriaki Sugiyama[4] (Japanese); Howard Wang[2] (English)
Senior in Eiga University High School, and one of the aces, and is the team captain in the club. He stands 184 cm, and weighs 164 kg. Despite his imposing figure, he is a very soft-spoken person.
Shun Kariya (狩谷 俊, Kariya Shun)
Voiced by: Takuto Yoshinaga[4] (Japanese); Justin Briner[2] (English)
Freshman in Eiga University High School. The shortest and lightest person in the club, lightweight champion in middle school, and open-weight quarter-finalist at Inter-High. He tried to fight Hinomaru so that Kuze would defy his father's fighting ban. He admires Hinomaru's Yokozuna-style power sumo style, but Shun uses a more technical and agility-based style that dodges powerful advances, but going even lower than Hinomaru early to attempt scoring leg takedowns.
Rion Sawai (澤井理音, Sawai Rion)
Voiced by: Taku Yashiro[4] (Japanese); Chris Gardner[2] (English)
A member of Eigadai Affiliated High Schools Sumo club who is loud-mouthed but has a gentle personality.
Masato Hyōdō (兵藤真磋人, Masato Hyōdō)
Voiced by: Daisuke Ono[5] (Japanese); Bryan Massey[6] (English)
A student at Eigadai Affiliated High School, member of the Sumo Club and Chihiro's older brother. He is extremely capable at anything he puts his mind to, but his loud mouth and flashy behaviour make him seem like an idiot. While Chihiro was raised by their mother after the divorce Masato was raised by their father. His favourite pastime was to take up any sport or pastime Chihiro did, become better at it than Chihiro, then abandon it to try something else. He decided to become a professional Sumo after he took part in a match, was defeated, and decided to take Sumo seriously.
As a professional sumo wrestler, he goes by the shikona Daihannya Nagamitsu and is affiliated with the Minagawa stable.

Ishigami High SchoolEdit

Gennosuke Araki (荒木源之助, Araki Gennosuke)
Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa[7] (Japanese); Jarrod Greene[2] (English)
A first year student of Ishigami High and member of the Sumo Club despite being an MMA fighter specialising in Judo. He is 179 cm tall, 86 kg and has a history of delinquency. He enjoys wrestling with his rival, Chihiro, as their approaches to Sumo are both based on other martial arts.
Mizuki Sada (沙田美月, Sada Mizuki)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa[7] (Japanese); Alejandro Saab[2] (English)
A first year student of Ishigami High who is known under the epithet "Mikazuki Munechika". He is known for his technical style of wrestling and is also known as the ace of Ishigami High School. Despite his aloof personality, his relaxed attitude helps him dodge attacks. His attacks relies on arm holds so nobody can grab his tights and throw him.
As a professional sumo wrestler, he used his epithet Mikazuki Munechika as his shikona and is affiliated with the Minagawa stable.
Yūki Sanada (真田勇気, Sanada Yūki)
Voiced by: Yoshito[7] (Japanese); Anthony Bowling[2] (English)
Vice Captain of the Ishigami Sumo Club, 175 cm tall and 121 kg with noticeable freckles on both cheeks and glasses. Despite his imposing figure he is quite soft-spoken and polite. He is known for confusing his sumo opponents with false starts followed by powerful charging attacks and boxing moves.
Tsuyoshi Kanamori (金盛 剛, Kanamori Tsuyoshi)
Voiced by: Subaru Kimura[7] (Japanese); David Wald[2] (English)
A third year Sumo from Ishigami High School and captain of the Ishigami Sumo Club. 189 cm tall and 138 kg with several scars on his forehead and lip. He is nicknamed "Hercules" due to his muscular physique and ability to throw and defeat heavy opponents using only one arm. He has a serious personality.
Keiichi Mamiya (間宮圭一, Mamiya Keiichi)
Voiced by: Hiroki Matsukawa[7] (Japanese); Ray Hurd[2] (English)
A second year heavyweight Sumo from Ishigami. At 182 cm and 166 kg he is described as being as immovable as a mountain. He specialises in grabbing, lifting and throwing his opponents by their mawashi belts.

Tottori Hakurou High SchoolEdit

Shidō Tennōji (天王寺獅童, Tennoji Shido)
Voiced by: Ryota Takeuchi[8] (Japanese); Daman Mills[6] (English)
Senior of Tottori Hakurou, The strongest and currently the youngest high school Yokozuna in history. He is known under the epithet of "Dōjigiri Yasutsuna". His sister, Saki, is the manager of Tottori Hakurou.
As a professional sumo wrestler, he uses his epithet Dōjigiri Yasutsuna as his shikona and is affiliated with the Nagato stable.
Akihira Kano (加納彰平, Kano Akihara)
Voiced by: Toshiki Masuda[8] (Japanese); Kyle Phillips[6] (English)
A former student of Tottori Hakurou High School and Eigadai University and former member of both schools' Sumo clubs. He is currently a professional Sumo wrestler affiliated with the Asahigawa Stable and uses the shikona Ōkanehira.
Shintarou Enoki (榎木晋太郎, Enoki Shintarou)
Voiced by: Atsushi Tamaru (Japanese); Dallas Reid[6] (English)
He met Tennōji during his middle school days and they trained in the same dojo together. He has a black belt in aikido and utilizes aikido in his sumo. He once tried to quit from the dojo due to his lack of skills, but Tennōji noticed his strong wrists, unique frontal defense and quick recovery after taking a fall, and then advised Enoki to refine his aikido skills instead of directly using sumo skills in a match.
Saki Tennōji (天王寺 咲, Tennoji Saki)
Voiced by: Anna Yamaki (Japanese); Jill Harris[6] (English)
Manager of the Tottori Hakurou Sumo Club and younger sister of Shidō Tennōji. She often hangs out at Shibakiyama Stable on her days off, and met Hinomaru there during his trial-run. After witnessing his skill, she becomes overly eager to see how he'll perform against her brother in the tournament.
Batomf Batbayar (バトムンフ・バトバヤル, Batomufu Batobayaru)
Voiced by: Genki Okawa (Japanese); Shawn Gann[6] (English)
Nicknamed "Bat", he is a freshman transfer student from Mongolia who joined Tottori Hakurou High School. He has trained in Mongolian wrestling since he was 6 years old and has won a Naadam before moving to Japan.
As a professional sumo wrestler, he is affiliated with the Shibakiyama stable and is known under the shikona Hakurō Shō.

Kanazawakita High SchoolEdit

Tenma Hikage (日景典馬, Hikage Tenma)
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya[8] (Japanese); Gabe Kunda[6] (English)
A giant sumo wrestler at over 2 m tall and 119 kg. He is known for his quick and strong throwing moves and even more powerful open palm strikes. He openly admits he is addicted to manga and enjoys learning about history. He is also obsessed with cleaning and despises all insects.
He is known under the epithet "Ōdenta Mitsuyo" and also uses the epithet as his shikona in his career as a professional sumo wrestler.
Ryou Aizawa (相沢亮, Aizawa Ryou)
Voiced by: Taro Kiuchi (Japanese); Derick Snow[6] (English)
A senior of Kanazawakita High School, he serves as the captain of the Kanzawakita High School sumo team.
Ryuuji Yonemura (米村竜二, Yonemura Ryuuji)
Voiced by: Shōya Ishige (Japanese); Garret Storms[6] (English)
A senior of Kanazawakita High School. He is sometimes annoyed by Tenma's behavior.
Takumi Sera (瀬良拓海, Sera Takumi)
Voiced by: Taku Yashiro (Japanese); Seth Magill[6] (English)
A second year student of Kanazawakita High School. He is the mood maker of the team and has a bright and friendly personality.

Shibakiyama StableEdit

Norihiro Saenoyama (冴ノ山紀洋, Saenoyama Norihiro)
Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki[8] (Japanese); J. Michael Tatum[2] (English)
The 9th ranked sekitori and strongest member of the Shibakiyama Stable. He is known for his flexible limbs and one-punch takedowns. He adopts a 'water-like' mantra, very mellow yet imposing. He criticizes Hinomaru's fiery temper and style, and worries that he has very little defensive skill.
Akio Shibakiyama (柴木山 明雄, Shibakiyama Akio)
Voiced by: Hozumi Gōda[8] (Japanese); Jeremy Inman[2] (English)
A former sekiwake known for his intense training at his stable, but known as an undersized and aggressive Yokozuna-style, just like Hinomaru. He is 172 cm tall and weighs 145 kg. When he was active as a sumo wrestler, he achieved a kinboshi by defeating Yamatokuni. He is a former student of Shunkai.
Takuya Terahara (寺原 拓哉, Terahara Takuya)
Voiced by: Tetsuya Kakihara[8] (Japanese); David Matranga[2] (English)
A Sumo student of the Shibakiyama Stable.

Nagato StableEdit

Shunkai (駿海登喜雄, Shunkai)
Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue[8] (Japanese); Mark Stoddard[6] (English)
Real name: Tokio Ogawa, once nicknamed Shunkai Tokio. He is a former Yokozuna and currently a retired professional Sumo wrestler still affiliated with the Nagato Stable. Despite being over 70 years old he is 184 cm tall and 136 kg. As a retiree his new hobbies include playing golf, getting drunk, singing karaoke and flirting with women.



Hinomaru Sumo is written and illustrated Kawada. The manga started publishing in Weekly Shōnen Jump on May 26, 2014.[9] The manga finished in the magazine on July 22, 2019,[10][11] and an epilogue chapter was published on October 4 on the Shōnen Jump+ platform.[12] Shueisha has compiled its individual chapters into twenty-eight tankōbon volumes as of December 2019. Shueisha began to simulpublish the series in English on the website and app Manga Plus in January 2019.[13]

Volume listEdit

No.Release date ISBN
1 September 4, 2014[14]ISBN 978-4-08-880254-1
2 November 4, 2014[15]ISBN 978-4-08-880255-8
3 February 4, 2015[16]ISBN 978-4-08-880305-0
4 April 3, 2015[17]ISBN 978-4-08-880334-0
5 July 3, 2015[18]ISBN 978-4-08-880428-6
6 September 4, 2015[19]ISBN 978-4-08-880464-4
7 November 4, 2015[20]ISBN 978-4-08-880501-6
8 February 4, 2016[21]ISBN 978-4-08-880606-8
9 April 4, 2016[22]ISBN 978-4-08-880653-2
10 July 4, 2016[23]ISBN 978-4-08-880688-4
11 September 2, 2016[24]ISBN 978-4-08-880778-2
12 November 4, 2016[25]ISBN 978-4-08-880808-6
13 February 3, 2017[26]ISBN 978-4-08-881003-4
14 April 4, 2017[27]ISBN 978-4-08-880688-4
15 June 2, 2017[28]ISBN 978-4-08-881176-5
16 September 4, 2017[29]ISBN 978-4-08-881203-8
17 November 2, 2017[30]ISBN 978-4-08-881222-9
18 January 4, 2018[31]ISBN 978-4-08-881319-6
19 March 2, 2018[32]ISBN 978-4-08-881360-8
20 May 2, 2018[33]ISBN 978-4-08-881410-0
21 August 3, 2018[34]ISBN 978-4-08-881536-7
22 October 4, 2018[35]ISBN 978-4-08-881587-9
23 December 4, 2018[36]ISBN 978-4-08-881664-7
24 February 4, 2019[37]ISBN 978-4-08-881721-7
25 May 2, 2019[38]ISBN 978-4-08-881830-6
26 July 4, 2019[39]ISBN 978-4-08-881879-5
27 October 4, 2019[40]ISBN 978-4-08-882078-1
28 December 4, 2019[41]ISBN 978-4-08-882140-5


A 24-episode anime television series adaptation by Gonzo aired from October 5, 2018 to March 29, 2019.[42][43] Crunchyroll simulcast the series, while Funimation produced an English dub.[44] The first opening theme is "Fire Ground" by Official Hige Dandism, and the first ending theme is "Hiizuru Basho" (日出ズル場所) by Omedetai Atama de Nani Yori.[45] The second opening theme is "Be the Naked" by Lead, and the second ending theme is "Sakura Sake" (桜咲け) by Yamada Yoshida.[5]


Volume 1 reached 40th place on the weekly Oricon manga charts and, as of September 7, 2014, had sold 19,924 copies;[46] volume 3 reached 20th place and, as of February 8, 2015, had sold 27,002 copies.[47]

It placed 14th in Zenkoku Shotenin ga Eranda Osusume Comic 2015.[48] It was also nominated for Best Shōnen Manga at the 39th Kodansha Manga Awards.[49]


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