Sumo Wrestlers Enjoy Cherry Blossom Season – Design You Trust

Sumo Wrestlers Enjoy Cherry Blossom Season

Even the best sumo wrestlers can’t spend all his time in the dohyō (the sumo ring). Sometimes they’ve just got to go out and (bend the tree branches down with their super strength so they can) smell the flowers.

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