The following is an alphabetical list of heya
or training stables in professional sumo
. As of October 2008, there are 52 active heya.
- Onaruto stable closes November 1994, wrestlers move to Kiriyama stable
- Kumagatani stable closes May 1996, wrestlers move to Tatsunami stable
- Kise stable closes January 2000, wrestlers move to Kiriyama stable
- Tatsutagawa stable closes November 2000, wrestlers move to Michinoku stable
- Kabutoyama stable closes December 2002, no wrestlers are left but head coach moves to Minato stable
- Takekuma stable closes March 2004, no wrestlers are left but head coach moves to Tomozuna stable
- Oshiogawa stable closes March 2005, wrestlers move to Oguruma stable
- Hatachiyama stable closes June 2006, wrestlers move to Kitanoumi stable.
- Isegahama stable closes February 2007, wrestlers move to Kiriyama stable.
- Arasio stable closes September 2008, one remaining wrestler moves to Matsugane stable.
Japan Sumo Association list of beya