Chankonabe rikishi  sumou dohyou

Come on! Go! Really like it! The topic that make the whole Japan become its flowers!!!!! Rikishi's favorite ""Chankonabe""

What is rikishi?

Landlady "Everyone -Chankonabe is ready-! "

Landlady "Everyone -Chankonabe is ready-! " Chankonabe rikishi  sumou dohyou

Sumo coach "Everyone! Time to eat!"
Rikishi "Hai~!"

Sumo coach "Everyone! Time to eat!"  Rikishi "Hai~!"

gutugutugutu...

Chankonabe rikishi  sumou dohyou

Voice-over: Most people think that the Chankonabe was introduced into the sumo club only at the end of the Meiji period, but now it has become an indispensable meal in the sumo club.

Voice-over: Most people think that the Chankonabe was introduced into the sumo club only at the end of the Meiji period, but now it has become an indispensable meal in the sumo club.

Voice-over:
Cooking Chankonabe is very simple, and it can be cooked a large amount at a time. In addition, if place the ingredients such as chicken, cabbage, mushrooms and so on in the pot, then it can be said full of nutrition. Because Chankonabe is adequately heated, it is also very reassuring in terms of food hygiene.

Voice-over:  Cooking Chankonabe is very simple, and it can be cooked a large amount at a time. In addition, if place the ingredients such as chicken, cabbage, mushrooms and so on in the pot, then it can be said full of nutrition. Because Chankonabe is adequately heated, it is also very reassuring in terms of food hygiene. Voice-over:  Cooking Chankonabe is very simple, and it can be cooked a large amount at a time. In addition, if place the ingredients such as chicken, cabbage, mushrooms and so on in the pot, then it can be said full of nutrition. Because Chankonabe is adequately heated, it is also very reassuring in terms of food hygiene.

Voice-over: The origin of the "chanko" in Chankonabe has a variety of different arguments, one of them is that "chanko"="chan(coach)"+"ko(apprentice)", means the meal that the chan and ko eat together.

Voice-over: The origin of the "chanko" in Chankonabe has a variety of different arguments, one of them is that "chanko"="chan(coach)"+"ko(apprentice)", means the meal that the chan and ko eat together.

Rikishi A "Ho-so delicious-!"
Rikishi B "I'm so full"

Rikishi A "Ho-so delicious-!"  Rikishi B "I'm so full"

Landlady ""Everyone is full, right? Then you should practice harder in the afternoon...gee...have you started taking a nap?""

Voice-over: In sumo club, after lunch, players like to take a nap.

You can also go back to sleep after eating the Chankonabe.

Landlady ""Everyone is full, right? Then you should practice harder in the afternoon...gee...have you started taking a nap?""    Voice-over: In sumo club, after lunch, players like to take a nap.    You can also go back to sleep after eating the Chankonabe.

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