2009–10 Japan Figure Skating Championships

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2009-2010 Japan Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championship
Date: December 25 – 27
Season: 2009–2010
Location: Kadoma, Osaka
Venue: Namihaya Dome
Champions
Men's singles:
Daisuke Takahashi (S)
Yuzuru Hanyu (J)
Ladies' singles:
Mao Asada (S)
Kanako Murakami (J)
Pair skating:
Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran
Ice dancing:
Cathy Reed / Chris Reed (S)
Misato Komatsubara / Kokoro Mizutani (J)
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The 2009–2010 Japan Figure Skating Championships was the Japan Figure Skating Championships for the 2009-2010 figure skating season. They were the 78th edition of the Japan Figure Skating Championships. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing on the senior level for the title of national champion of Japan. The event was also used to choose the Japanese teams to the 2010 World Figure Skating Championships and the 2010 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, as well as being among the competition results used to determine the team to the 2010 Winter Olympics. The Japanese team to the 2010 World Junior Figure Skating Championships was chosen at the Japanese Junior Championships.

The 2009-2010 championships took place between December 25 and 27, 2009 in the Namihaya Dome arena in Osaka.

Competition notes[edit]

The following junior skaters were invited to compete at the senior championships: Yuzuru Hanyu, Kento Nakamura, Ryujyu Hino, Fumiya Itai, Keiji Tanaka, and Yoji Tsuboi in men's singles, and Kanako Murakami, Haruka Imai, Yukiko Fujisawa, Kako Tomotaki, and Karen Kemanai in ladies' singles. Shoma Uno, who placed third in junior men, and Satoko Miyahara, who placed fourth in junior ladies, were not invited due to being novice skaters.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points SP FS
1 Daisuke Takahashi Kansai Univ. Skating Club 261.13 1 1
2 Nobunari Oda Kansai Univ. Skating Club 244.30 3 2
3 Takahiko Kozuka Toyota Motor 236.13 2 3
4 Tatsuki Machida Kansai Univ. Skating Club 215.02 4 4
5 Yasuharu Nanri 201.01 7 6
6 Yuzuru Hanyu 195.22 13 5
7 Kento Nakamura 188.39 10 7
8 Keiji Tanaka 187.26 9 8
9 Akio Sasaki Meiji University 179.83 12 9
10 Takahito Mura 177.78 5 14
11 Tomoyuki Koriyama 176.18 6 13
12 Kensuke Nakaniwa 169.14 8 18
13 Hirokazu Kobayashi Shinyokohama Prince Club 166.65 15 10
14 Naoto Saito Tohoku Fukushi University 162.47 18 11
15 Ryo Shibata 161.49 11 17
16 Yukihiro Yoshida 158.62 14 16
17 Hayato Odajima Hokkaido.Forest.F.S.C 158.08 21 12
18 Ryujyu Hino 155.39 16 19
19 Daisuke Murakami Aomoriuniversity 154.90 20 15
20 Fumiya Itai 143.73 17 20
21 Takumi Suenaga Tohoku Fukushi University 137.88 23 21
22 Junzo Nishigami Kansai Univ. Skating Club 137.68 19 22
23 Yuki Horinouchi Nihon University 131.79 22 23
Final Not Reached
24 Yoji Tsuboi 25
25 Hikaru Murayama Hosei 26
26 Junki Sano 27
27 Hirofumi Torii Meiji University 28
28 Hisashi Tahara 29
29 Taketo Omae Ritsumei University 30
WD Takemochi Ohgami 24
  • WD = Withdrawn

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points SP FS
1 Mao Asada 204.62 1 1
2 Akiko Suzuki Howa Sports Land Skate Club 195.90 4 2
3 Yukari Nakano Prince Hotel 195.73 2 3
4 Miki Ando Toyota Motr 185.44 3 4
5 Kanako Murakami Grand Prix Tokai Club 176.61 5 5
6 Haruka Imai Nihonbashi Jogakan 166.16 7 6
7 Fumie Suguri AK 161.29 6 9
8 Ayumi Goto Amc Mizuho High School 159.15 8 8
9 Nana Takeda Waseda University 158.81 12 7
10 Yukiko Fujisawa 157.88 9 11
11 Karen Kemanai Nihonbashi Jogakan 150.97 19 10
12 Ayane Nakamura Chukyo Senior High School 148.42 11 13
13 Satsuki Muramoto Kansai Univ. Skating Club 144.73 17 12
14 Shion Kokubun 141.57 16 14
15 Mutsumi Takayama Meiji University 138.78 10 17
16 Yuki Nishino 138.22 14 16
17 Kana Muramoto 137.01 13 18
18 Kako Tomotaki 136.53 18 15
19 Aki Sawada Kansai Univ. Skating Club 134.99 15 19
20 Mayumi Hioki Chukyo Senior High School 124.91 23 20
21 Sayaka Yodo 122.24 20 21
22 Ayako Hagiwara Meiji University 120.30 22 22
23 Rumi Suizu 117.17 21 23
24 Eri Seto Kansai Univ. Skating Club 108.57 24 24
Final Not Reached
25 Nanoha Sato Obihiro North Wing FC 25
26 Shoko Ishikawa Meiji University 26
27 Hinako Kikuchi 27
28 Haruka Inoue Doshisha F.Skating Club 28
29 Misaki Ohara Nihon University 29
30 Naoko Oguma 30

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points SP FS
1 Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran Aqua Rink Chiba Club 151.17 1 1

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points CD OD FD
1 Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Kinoshita Club Tokyo 163.37 1 1 1
2 Emi Hirai / Taiyo Mizutani Kansai Univ. Skating Club / Hosei 119.49 2 2 2

Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships[edit]

The 2009–2010 Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships were the Japanese National Championships for the Junior level for the 2009-2010 season. They were the 78th Japan Junior Championships. They took place in the Shinyokohama Skate Center in Yokohama from November 21 through 23, 2009. The results of this competition were used to choose the Japanese team to the 2010 World Junior Figure Skating Championships.

The following skaters placed high enough at Novice Nationals and so were invited to compete at Junior Nationals: Shoma Uno (first in novices, third in juniors), Shuu Nakamura (second in novices, 23rd in juniors) for the men; and Ayana Yasuhara (first in novice, 28th in juniors), Risa Shoji (second in novices, tenth in juniors), Riona Kato (third in novices, seventh in juniors), and Satoko Miyahara (fourth in novice, fourth in juniors) for the ladies.

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points SP FS
1 Yuzuru Hanyu 194.15 1 2
2 Kento Nakamura 186.21 2 1
3 Shoma Uno Grand Prix Tokai Club 148.04 4 4
4 Ryujyu Hino 147.36 9 3
5 Fumiya Itai 143.61 8 5
6 Keiji Tanaka 141.97 7 6
7 Yoji Tsuboi 141.22 6 9
8 Ryuichi Kihara Chukyo Senior High School 139.24 3 13
9 Kosuke Nozoe 138.81 10 7
10 Satoshi Nakamura 135.35 12 11
11 Jun Suzuki Tsukisamu FSC 134.88 16 8
12 Kohei Yoshino 134.71 15 10
13 Takuya Kondo Keio High School 132.09 5 16
14 Eiki Hattori Shumeieikou High School 129.81 11 14
15 Hiroki Honda Kanagawa FSC 127.49 19 12
16 Kaoru Tsuji 127.03 14 15
17 Daisuke Isozaki 121.86 13 18
18 Koshin Yamada 119.71 18 17
19 Takaya Hashizume Chukyo Senior High School 115.56 17 21
20 Kentaro Suzuki 112.80 22 19
21 Sei Kawahara 109.02 23 20
22 Ryuta Katada Orion FSC 107.25 21 22
23 Shuu Nakamura 105.40 20 23
24 Ryuichi Chiba 97.00 24 24
Did not advance to free skating
25 Yuta Onuma 25
26 Kota Tadano 26
27 Takumi Yamamoto Osaka Skating Club 27
28 Ryoichi Eguchi AMC Mizuho High School 28

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points SP FS
1 Kanako Murakami Grand Prix Tokai Club 165.85 1 1
2 Haruka Imai Nihonbashi Jogakan 143.97 3 2
3 Yukiko Fujisawa 135.27 2 4
4 Satoko Miyahara Kyoto Daigo FSC 130.99 4 6
5 Kako Tomotaki 130.58 5 5
6 Karen Kemanai Nihonbashi Jogakan 129.42 14 3
7 Riona Kato Kansai Skating Club 124.38 8 8
8 Rina Kondo Grand Prix Tokai Club 123.76 6 10
9 Miyabi Ohba Meito Figure Skating Club 122.93 16 7
10 Risa Shoji 120.89 10 9
11 Roannasari Oshikawa 119.65 12 11
12 Kanade Hasegawa 118.99 11 12
13 Yuka Kouno 116.41 7 16
14 Sara Imamura 114.27 18 13
15 Satomi Akuzawa Nihonbashi Jogakan 114.26 13 15
16 Shiori Tanikawa AomoriGOLD 113.52 15 14
17 Yuka Touyama 108.46 9 20
18 Naomi Tanikawa AomoriGOLD 105.60 23 18
19 Mika Nakamura 105.24 24 17
20 Risa Sawai 105.24 21 19
21 Kuriko Oikawa 102.43 20 21
22 Mari Suzuki 99.88 19 22
23 Kanako Matsumaru 94.45 22 23
24 Uruha Takahashi Tsukisamu FSC 92.27 17 24
Did not advance to free skating
25 Momoka Gonohe Hachikodainiko High School 25
26 Mio Iida 26
27 Shiho Seto Osaka Skating Club 27
28 Ayana Yasuhara Shiga Figure Skating Club 28
29 Risa Sato Hachinohe GOLD F・S・C 29
WD Saya Ueno

Junior ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Club Total Points CD OD FD
1 Misato Komatsubara / Kokoro Mizutani Shinyokohama prince club 122.60 1 1 1

International team selections[edit]

Olympic team[edit]

The Olympic team was announced as follows[citation needed]:

Men Ladies Ice Dancing
1 Nobunari Oda Miki Ando Cathy Reed / Chris Reed
2 Daisuke Takahashi Mao Asada
3 Takahiko Kozuka Akiko Suzuki
1st Alternate Tatsuki Machida Yukari Nakano
2nd Alternate Yasuharu Nanri Haruka Imai

World team[edit]

The World team was announced as follows[citation needed]:

Men Ladies Pairs Ice Dancing
1 Daisuke Takahashi Mao Asada Cathy Reed / Chris Reed
2 Nobunari Oda Yukari Nakano
3 Takahiko Kozuka Miki Ando
1st Alternate Tatsuki Machida Akiko Suzuki
2nd Alternate Yasuharu Nanri Haruka Imai

Four Continents team[edit]

The Four Continents team was announced as follows[citation needed]:

Men Ladies Pairs Ice Dancing
1 Takahiko Kozuka Mao Asada Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran Cathy Reed / Chris Reed
2 Tatsuki Machida Akiko Suzuki
3 Yasuharu Nanri Yukari Nakano
1st Alternate Kento Nakamura Haruka Imai
2nd Alternate Keiji Tanaka Fumie Suguri

World Junior team[edit]

The World Junior team was announced as follows[citation needed]:

Men Ladies Pairs Ice Dancing
1 Yuzuru Hanyu Kanako Murakami Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran
1st Alternate
2nd Alternate

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