Japanese Online Newsletter Vol. 41 満員御礼(まんいんおんれい)

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“満員御礼 Manin-Onrei” Full house

"満員御礼" is a word created with four Chinese characters called "four-character idiom". The meaning of the word "満員御礼" originated in sumo as something that is displayed when the number of visitors is added to the capacity of a sumo tournament. While the word originated in sumo its use is not limited to sumo wrestling. It has also been used in entertainment venues, baseball stadiums, and events.

Nowadays, due to the effects of the coronavirus, sumo tournaments are held with a reduced number of spectators. So we don't have a chance to see a “満員御礼”, which is a pity. I hope that the coronavirus will soon be over, and that when we hold an event, it will be able to draw a "満員御礼".

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