Who is Asanoyama Hideki? Wiki, Biography, Age, Spouse, Net Worth

Asanoyama Hideki Wiki,Biography

Asanoyama Hideki Wiki – Asanoyama Hideki Biography

Asanoyama Hideki is a well-known celebrity from Japan. So let’s check out Asanoyama Hideki’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details. Asanoyama Hideki was born in the Toyama Prefecture, Japan in 1994.

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

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Real Name Asanoyama Hideki
Nickname Asanoyama
Profession Athlete

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Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

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Age (2021) 27 Years
Birthplace Toyama Prefecture
Date Of Birth March 1, 1994
Sunsign Scorpio
Hometown Toyama Prefecture
Food Habits Not Available
Nationality Japanese

Asanoyama Hideki was born on March 1, 1994 in Toyama Prefecture. Asanoyama age is 27 years as of in 2021 and his birthplace is Toyama Prefecture.
Currently, He is living in Toyama Prefecture, and working as Athlete.
By nationality, He is Japanese, and currently, his food habit is mix vegetarian & non-vegetarian.
He also worships all the Gods and goddesses and also celebrates all the festivals.
His hobby is acting. He loves doing acting in movies and shows.

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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements

Asanoyama’s height is 1.88 m tall and he looks tall when standing with his friends. Though he is a little tall as compared to his friends still he manages to maintain his weight.
His weight is around 172 kg and he always exercises to maintain that. He loves to do exercises regularly and also tells others to do that.
According to Asanoyama, you must have to do exercise regularly to stay fit. his body measurements are not available currently, but we will update them very soon.

Height 1.88 m
In Meter: not available
In Feet: not available
Weight 172 kg
In Pound: not available

Asanoyama Hideki Spouse, Wife, , Personal Life

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Also, we have no idea about his brother and sister, and we don’t know their names either.
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his Girlfriend’s name is Not Available. They are in relation from previous few years of strong relationship. We have no information about Asanoyama’s Girlfriend.
But we are sure that Asanoyama is not available and his Wife’s name is not available. Now, his relationship is perfect. We have no more information about his Wife.
Also, we have no information about his son and daughter. We can’t say their name. If you know some information, please comment below.

Asanoyama Hideki Net Worth

The Asanoyama HidekiEstimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD

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Fast Facts You Need To Know


In the January 2020 tournament Asanoyama made his debut at sekiwake and produced a 10–5 record. The demotion of Takayasu and the retirement of Gōeidō left only one ōzeki on the March banzuke for the first time in 38 years, and Asanoyama told a press conference on 24 February, “There is another spot available for ōzeki. I want to make the most of this opportunity.” Asanoyama finished with an 11-4 record in the March tournament, good enough for a sumo advisory board to recommend his promotion to the ōzeki rank. The Japan Sumo Association officially promoted him on 25 March. He is the first ōzeki from Toyama Prefecture since the 22nd Yokozuna Tachiyama made the rank 111 years earlier; Asanoyama said he hoped to reach his level, and also inspire youngsters from his prefecture to join professional sumo.

Asanoyama has shown a preference for yotsu techniques which involve grasping his opponent’s mawashi or belt. His most common kimarite or winning move is yorikiri, the force-out. His preferred grip is migi-yotsu, a right arm inside and left hand outside position, although in the run-up to the March 2020 tournament he worked on obtaining a left hand inside grip as well.


In the May 2019 tournament, the first to be held in the Reiwa era, he was the sole leader with ten wins and just one loss on Day 11. He lost his second bout of the tournament on Day 12, but regained the sole lead on Day 13 with a controversial win over Tochinoshin. He appeared to have hit the ground first, but the judges ruled that Tochinoshin’s heel had touched out of bounds. By defeating Gōeidō on Day 14 he won the tournament after his only challenger Kakuryū was defeated by Tochinoshin, leaving Asanoyama two wins ahead with only one day to go. He was the first wrestler without previous sanyaku experience to win a yūshō since Sadanoyama in 1961. He lost his final day match to Mitakeumi to finish on a 12–3 record. In addition to the tournament championship he won special prizes for Outstanding Performance and Fighting Spirit and received the inaugural US President’s Cup from President Donald Trump. Speaking to reporters the day after his victory Asanoyama said that he never imagined he could win the championship within three years of his professional debut but that the next tournament would be different and he would be seeking a winning record. He was the first wrestler from Toyama Prefecture to win a top division championship in 103 years, and 25,000 people attended a parade in his hometown on June 16. In the July 2019 tournament he just missed out on a sanyaku debut, instead being ranked at maegashira 1. He fell one win short of his goal of kachi-koshi with a 7–8 record. On the fifth day of the September tournament he earned his first kinboshi or gold star for a win over a yokozuna, against Kakuryū. He held a share of the tournament lead after Day 10, but lost both his bouts on Days 11 and 12 and finished with a 10–5 record. He was awarded his second Outstanding Performance Prize, for defeating Kakuryū and two ōzeki.

He made his sanyaku debut in November 2019, one of four komusubi on the banzuke in that tournament. He is the first komusubi from Takasago stable since Asasekiryū in 2006, the third post-World War II from Toyama Prefecture after Wakamiyama and Kotogaume, and the third from Kindai University after his stablemaster Asashio and Takarafuji. He was runner-up to Hakuhō with an 11–4 record, and won his first Technique Prize. He also finished 2019 with 55 top division wins, more than any other wrestler that year. He is the first ranked below yokozuna or ōzeki to achieve the most wins in a calendar year.


In his jūryō debut in March 2017 Asanoyama recorded 10 wins to tie for the lead on the final day of the tournament but was beaten in a play-off by the much more experienced Toyohibiki. After 8 wins in May he tied for the championship with 11 wins in July but again lost a play-off, this time to his near contemporary Daiamami. His efforts were enough to secure promotion to the top makuuchi division for the next tournament. He was the second sandanme tsukedashi entrant to reach makuuchi following Yutakayama.


In 2016 Ishibashi joined the professional Takasago stable, bringing him under the tutelage of the former ōzeki Asashio. Like most new wrestlers he began his career under his family name.

As a University champion, Ishibashi was allowed to bypass the two lowest tiers of professional sumo and begin his career in the fourth sandanme division in March 2016. Three kachi-koshi (winning records) in his first three basho (tournaments) saw him promoted to the makushita division for September. Winning records in September and November were followed by a perfect 7-0 in January 2017 which earned him the divisional championship and promotion to the second division (jūryō). At this point he took the shikona ring name of Asanoyama. His promotion ensured that Takasago stable would once again have a sekitori, following the demotions of Asasekiryū and Asabenkei [ja] to makushita which had left the stable with no wrestlers in the top two divisions for the first time since 1878. Asanoyama revealed his determination to reach jūryō to honour the memory of his sumo coach at high school who had recently died of cancer, and that his resolve did not falter even though he lost two matches in November and had to wait for one more tournament to earn promotion.


In his first tournament in the top division Asanoyama was assigned the rank of maegashira 16. He stood at only 3–3 after Day 6 but then went on a five-match winning streak and was on the leaderboard towards the end of the tournament, trailing Gōeidō by just one win on Day 13. He finished with a 10–5 record and was awarded the Fighting Spirit Prize. After his final match Asanoyama commented, “I have fought with the spirit of a challenger over the 15 days and that has led to my finishing with double figures in wins. I am really happy about that.” He was less successful in his second top division tournament, scoring only five wins against ten losses and barely avoiding demotion back to jūryō. In January 2018 he produced a 9–6 record from the rank of maegashira 16. In July he was on the leaderboard for much of the tournament and finished with an 11–4 record and a share of the Fighting Spirit prize. For the next few tournaments he remained in the middle of the maegashira ranks, mostly alternating between 8–7 and 7–8 records.


Asanoyama Hideki (朝乃山 英樹 , born Hiroki Ishibashi (石橋 広暉 ) on March 1, 1994) is a Japanese professional sumo wrestler from Toyama Prefecture. He debuted in sumo wrestling in March 2016 and made his makuuchi debut in September 2017. His highest rank has been ōzeki. He has earned six special prizes, and one gold star for defeating a yokozuna. In May 2019 he won his first top division yūshō or tournament championship, the first of the Reiwa era. He was also runner up in November 2019 and finished the calendar year with more top division wins than any other wrestler. He wrestles for Takasago stable.