Click on the images to get detailed data about the oyakata. Despite some oyakata are usually connected with the myoseki they held for decades, they are listed under the myoseki they had last (i.e. the one they had switched with their successor). The "well known one" will be added in parenthesis, though. The background colour in the opening data field indicates the ichimon, that the oyakata belongs to:

yellow = Takanohana     magenta = Isegahama     cyan = Dewanoumi
red = Tokitsukaze     blue = Nishonoseki     green = Takasago

Akebono[JT]
Araiso[12]
Asahiyama[18]
Asakayama[10]
Azumazeki[12]
Daishi[JT]
Fujishima[13]
(Futagoyama[10])
Fujishima[16]
Furiwake[14]
Futagoyama[11]
Hamakaze[19]
Hanaregoma[17]
Hatachiyama[13]
Hidenoyama[11]
Ikazuchi[14]
Ikazuchi[16]
Inagawa[11]
Iwatomo[16]
Izutsu[13]
Kabutoyama[9]
Kasugano[9]
Kasugayama[21]
Katsunoura[12]
(Isenoumi[11])
Kimigahama[10]
Kitanoumi[IT]
Kiyomigata[10]
Kokonoe[13]
Kotoryu[JT]
Kumagatani[16]
Magaki[18]
Magaki[19]
Mihogaseki[10]
Musashigawa[13]
(Dewanoumi[8])
Musashigawa[14]
Nakadachi[13]
(Dewanoumi[9],
Sakaigawa[12])
Nakagawa[13]
Nakamura[10]
Naruto[13]
Nishiiwa[7]
Nishiiwa[8]
Nishikijima[14]
(Tokitsukaze[14])
Nishonoseki[10]
Onaruto[13]
Otowayama[19]
Oshima[2]
Oshiogawa[17]
Oshiogawa[19]
Otake[16]
Sadogatake[12]
Sekinoto[13]
Sendagawa[15]
Sendagawa[17]
(Takadagawa[8])
Shikihide[8]
Shiranui[11]
Tagonoura[14]
Taiho[IT]
Takasaki[15]
(Dewanoumi[10])
Takekuma[12]
Takenawa[18]
(Kasugano[10])
Takenawa[20]
Takenawa[22]
Takenawa[23]
Tamagaki[17]
Tamanoi[13]
Tanigawa[10]
Tanigawa[12]
Tateyama[14]
Tatsunami[6]
Tatsutagawa[17]
(Minato[22])
Tokitsukaze[15]
Tokiwayama[14]
Urakaze[15]
Wakafuji[11]
(Isegahama[7])
Wakafuji[12]
Wakafuji[13]
Wakamatsu[12]
(Takasago[6])
Yamahibiki[18]
Yamawake[10]
Yamawake[13]