In the video, which has gone viral in Japan, the announcer at the sumo stadium features an announcer telling the women repeatedly over the loudspeaker to leave the ring. The mayor was taken to the hospital and underwent surgery to stop the bleeding, according to the local reports and is now in a stable condition.
"The referee was upset and made the announcement, but it was an inappropriate response because the situation could have been life-threatening", Hakkaku said in the statement.
"We deeply apologize", Hakkaku added.
According to JSA officials and locals, the women were among a number of police officers and other staffers who entered the ring to provide cardiac massage and other treatment soon after the mayor collapsed during the spring sumo event.
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This is not the first time that sumo's ban on women has caused controversy.
Sumo wrestling is one of Japan's most popular sports and it's deeply embedded in Shinto religious principles.
More medics, including at least three women, entered the ring to assist in the life-saving efforts. The practice was also criticized on social media.
In February, a sumo wrestler was arrested on suspicion of indecent assault, and last month, Egyptian sumo wrestler Osunaarashi was arrested for allegedly driving without a licence when he got into a auto accident in central Japan. Osaka Governor Fusae Ota requested in 2000 to be allowed to enter the ring to hand out a prize at a tournament, but the association denied her permission, forcing her to hand out the award on a walkaway next to the ring.
Sumo traces its origins back 2,000 years to a time when it was an integral part of Shintoism.