Japan Figure Skating Championships

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The Japan or All-Japan Figure Skating Championships (Japanese: 全日本フィギュアスケート選手権) are a figure skating national championship held annually to determine the national champions of Japan. Skaters compete in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and ice dancing, although not every discipline has been held every year due to a lack of competitors. Skaters compete at the senior level; Junior level skaters compete at the Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Men's medalists[1]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1929–1930 Nikko Makoto Kubo Yukichi Kaneko Susumu Kobayashi
1930–1931 Sendai Kazuyoshi Oimatsu Ryuichi Obitani Susumu Kobayashi
1931–1932 Shimosuwa Kingo Sato Toshikazu Katayama Yoshizou Wada
1932–1933 Tokyo Toshikazu Katayama Kazuyoshi Oimatsu Tsugio Hasegawa
1933–1934 Tokyo Toshikazu Katayama Zenjiro Watanabe Tsugio Hasegawa
1934–1935 Tokyo Toshikazu Katayama Tsugio Hasegawa Kazuyoshi Oimatsu
1935–1936 Tokyo Seiji Kitagawa Katsutoshi Kobayashi Shin Kurahashi
1936–1937 Tokyo Toshikazu Katayama Zenjiro Watanabe Tsugio Hasegawa
1937–1938 Tokyo Toshikazu Katayama Hiroshi Kanda Fujimaru Shouzushima
1938–1939 Tokyo Hiroshi Kanda Ryusuke Arisaka Fujimaru Shouzushima
1939–1940 Tokyo Ryusuke Arisaka Hiroshi Kanda Fujimaru Shouzushima
1940–1941 Tokyo Ryusuke Arisaka Katsumi Sakai Fujimaru Shouzushima
1942–1946 Not held due to World War II
1946–1947 Hachinohe Ryusuke Arisaka Tatsujiro Kawashima Kiyoshi Iwasaki
1947–1948 Morioka Ryusuke Arisaka Naoshige Shiota Suzuo Haraguchi
1948–1949 Suwa No competition held
1949–1950 Tomakomai Katsumi Sakai Masamizu Kobayashi Suzuo Haraguchi
1950–1951 Nikko Ryusuke Arisaka Naoshige Shiota Masamizu Kobayashi
1951–1952 Tokyo No competition held
1952–1953 Tokyo Jack B. Johnston Naoshige Shiota Masamizu Kobayashi
1953–1954 Osaka Masamizu Kobayashi Tetsutaro Tanaka Shuichi Sugimoto
1954–1955 Tokyo Kazuo Ohashi Yukio Nishikura Masamizu Kobayashi
1955–1956 Kyoto Hideo Sugita Kazuo Ohashi Nobuo Sato
1956–1957 Tokyo Nobuo Sato Yukio Nishikura Hideo Sugita
1957–1958 Tokyo Nobuo Sato Yukio Nishikura Hideo Sugita
1958–1959 Osaka Nobuo Sato Yukio Nishikura Hideo Sugita
1959–1960 Tokyo Nobuo Sato Yukio Nishikura Hideo Sugita
1960–1961 Tokyo Nobuo Sato Hideo Sugita Yutaka Doke
1961–1962 Osaka Nobuo Sato Hideo Sugita Masato Tamura
1962–1963 Tokyo Nobuo Sato Yoshiyuki Koizumi Yutaka Doke
1963–1964 Tokyo Nobuo Sato Yoshiyuki Koizumi Masato Tamura
1964–1965 Osaka Nobuo Sato Tsuguhiko Kozuka Masato Tamura
1965–1966 Tomakomai Nobuo Sato Tsuguhiko Kozuka Yutaka Higuchi
1966–1967 Tokyo Tsuguhiko Kozuka Masato Tamura Yutaka Higuchi
1967–1968 Tokyo Tsuguhiko Kozuka Yutaka Higuchi Masato Tamura
1968–1969 Tokyo Tsuguhiko Kozuka Akira Yoshizawa Tomomi Sato
1969–1970 Osaka Yutaka Higuchi Akira Yoshizawa Tomomi Sato
1970–1971 Tokyo Yutaka Higuchi Tsuguhiko Kozuka Minoru Sano
1971–1972 Sapporo Yutaka Higuchi Minoru Sano Tsuguhiko Kozuka
1972–1973 Osaka Minoru Sano Tomomi Sato Mitsuru Matsumura
1973–1974 Kyoto Minoru Sano Mitsuru Matsumura Yoshinori Onishi
1974–1975 Hiroshima Minoru Sano Mitsuru Matsumura Fumio Igarashi
1975–1976 Tokyo Minoru Sano Mitsuru Matsumura Fumio Igarashi
1976–1977 Tokyo Minoru Sano Mitsuru Matsumura Fumio Igarashi
1977–1978 Kyoto Fumio Igarashi Mitsuru Matsumura Takashi Mura
1978–1979 Tokyo Mitsuru Matsumura Fumio Igarashi Shinji Someya
1979–1980 Tokyo Fumio Igarashi Mitsuru Matsumura Takashi Mura
1980–1981 Tokyo Fumio Igarashi Takashi Mura Masaru Ogawa
1981–1982 Tokyo Fumio Igarashi Mitsuru Matsumura Takashi Mura
1982–1983 Tokyo Shinji Someya Takashi Mura Masaru Ogawa
1983–1984 Tokyo Masaru Ogawa Takashi Mura Makoto Kano
1984–1985 Tokyo Masaru Ogawa Makoto Kano Tatsuya Fujii
1985–1986 Tokyo Masaru Ogawa Makoto Kano Tatsuya Fujii
1986–1987 Tokyo Masaru Ogawa Makoto Kano Tatsuya Fujii
1987–1988 Tokyo Makoto Kano Tatsuya Fujii Mitsuaki Takeuchi
1988–1989 Tokyo Makoto Kano Mitsuhiro Murata Tatsuya Fujii
1989–1990 Kitakyushu Tatsuya Fujii Masakazu Kagiyama Mitsuhiro Murata
1990–1991 Yokohama Masakazu Kagiyama Mitsuhiro Murata Daisuke Nishikawa
1991–1992 Kobe Masakazu Kagiyama Mitsuhiro Murata Noritomo Taniuchi
1992–1993 Nagoya Masakazu Kagiyama Tomoaki Koyama Fumihiro Oikawa
1993–1994 Yokohama Fumihiro Oikawa Masakazu Kagiyama Yoshiaki Takeuchi
1994–1995 Kobe Shin Amano Naoki Shigematsu Seiichi Suzuki
1995–1996 Yokohama Takeshi Honda Naoki Shigematsu Makoto Okazaki
1996–1997 Nagano Takeshi Honda Yamato Tamura Makoto Okazaki
1997–1998 Kobe Yamato Tamura Naoki Shigematsu Yosuke Takeuchi
1998–1999 Yokohama Yosuke Takeuchi Naoki Shigematsu Yamato Tamura
1999–2000 Fukuoka Takeshi Honda Yamato Tamura Naoki Shigematsu
2000–2001 Nagano Takeshi Honda Yamato Tamura Yosuke Takeuchi
2001–2002 Osaka Yosuke Takeuchi Yamato Tamura Makoto Okazaki
2002–2003 Kyoto Takeshi Honda Yamato Tamura Kensuke Nakaniwa
2003–2004 Nagano Yamato Tamura Kazumi Kishimoto Daisuke Takahashi
2004–2005 Yokohama Takeshi Honda Kensuke Nakaniwa Nobunari Oda
2005–2006 Tokyo Daisuke Takahashi Nobunari Oda Kensuke Nakaniwa
2006–2007 Nagoya Daisuke Takahashi Nobunari Oda Yasuharu Nanri [2]
2007–2008 Kadoma Daisuke Takahashi Takahiko Kozuka Yasuharu Nanri [3]
2008–2009 Nagano Nobunari Oda Takahiko Kozuka Takahito Mura [4]
2009–2010 Kadoma Daisuke Takahashi Nobunari Oda Takahiko Kozuka [5]
2010–2011 Nagano Takahiko Kozuka Nobunari Oda Daisuke Takahashi [6]
2011–2012 Kadoma Daisuke Takahashi Takahiko Kozuka Yuzuru Hanyu [7]
2012–2013 Sapporo Yuzuru Hanyu Daisuke Takahashi Takahito Mura [8]
2013–2014 Saitama Yuzuru Hanyu Tatsuki Machida Takahiko Kozuka

Ladies[edit]

Ladies' medalists[9]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1934–1935 Tokyo Etsuko Inada Tamako Togo Mitsuko Tezuka
1935–1936 Tokyo Tamako Togo Yoshiko Tsukioka Mitsuko Tezuka
1936–1937 Tokyo Etsuko Inada Yoshiko Tsukioka Kinuko Nakamura
1937–1938 Tokyo Etsuko Inada Yoshiko Tsukioka Kinuko Nakamura
1938–1939 Tokyo Etsuko Inada Kinuko Nakamura Michiko Yano
1939–1940 Tokyo Etsuko Inada Yoshiko Tsukioka Michiko Yano
1940–1941 Tokyo Etsuko Inada Yoshiko Tsukioka Tsuyako Ikuta
1942–1946 Not held due to World War II
1946–1947 Hachinohe Yoshiko Tsukioka Tsuyako Ikuta Kyoko Tokue
1947–1948 Morioka Yoshiko Niwa Tsuyako Ikuta Reiko Kato
1948–1949 Suwa No competition held
1949–1950 Tomakomai No competition held
1950–1951 Nikko Etsuko Inada Yoshiko Niwa Tsuyako Yamashita
1951–1952 Tokyo No competition held
1952–1953 Tokyo Yoshiko Tsukioka Reiko Kobayashi Nana Aeba
1953–1954 Osaka Tsuyako Yamashita Reiko Kobayashi
1954–1955 Tokyo Tsuyako Yamashita Yoko Midoro Hisako Honda
1955–1956 Kyoto Junko Ueno Yoko Midoro Yuko Araki
1956–1957 Tokyo Junko Ueno Yuko Araki Miwa Fukuhara
1957–1958 Tokyo Junko Ueno Miwa Fukuhara Hitomi Kurahashi
1958–1959 Osaka Junko Ueno Miwa Fukuhara Kumiko Okawa
1959–1960 Tokyo Miwa Fukuhara Junko Ueno Kumiko Okawa
1960–1961 Tokyo Junko Ueno Miwa Fukuhara Kumiko Okawa
1961–1962 Osaka Miwa Fukuhara Junko Ueno Kumiko Okawa
1962–1963 Tokyo Miwa Fukuhara Kumiko Okawa Junko Ueno
1963–1964 Tokyo Miwa Fukuhara Kumiko Okawa Junko Ueno
1964–1965 Osaka Miwa Fukuhara Kumiko Okawa Kazumi Yamashita
1965–1966 Tomakomai Miwa Fukuhara Kumiko Okawa Haruko Ishida
1966–1967 Tokyo Kumiko Okawa Miwa Fukuhara Kazumi Yamashita
1967–1968 Tokyo Kumiko Okawa Kazumi Yamashita Haruko Ishida
1968–1969 Tokyo Kazumi Yamashita Keiko Miyagawa Keiko Yuzawa
1969–1970 Osaka Kazumi Yamashita Keiko Miyagawa Harumi Yoshizawa
1970–1971 Tokyo Kazumi Yamashita Shuko Takeyama Harumi Yoshizawa
1971–1972 Sapporo Kazumi Yamashita Shuko Takeyama Keiko Yuzawa
1972–1973 Osaka Emi Watanabe Miwako Ohashi Keiko Yuzawa
1973–1974 Kyoto Emi Watanabe Miwako Ohashi Shinobu Watanabe
1974–1975 Hiroshima Emi Watanabe Miwako Ohashi Shinobu Watanabe
1975–1976 Tokyo Emi Watanabe Shinobu Watanabe Reiko Kobayashi
1976–1977 Tokyo Emi Watanabe Reiko Kobayashi Shinobu Watanabe
1977–1978 Kyoto Emi Watanabe Reiko Kobayashi Mariko Yoshida
1978–1979 Tokyo Emi Watanabe Reiko Kobayashi Mariko Yoshida
1979–1980 Tokyo Emi Watanabe Reiko Kobayashi Yoko Yakushi
1980–1981 Tokyo Reiko Kobayashi Mariko Yoshida Midori Ito
1981–1982 Tokyo Mariko Yoshida Masako Kato Yukiko Okabe
1982–1983 Tokyo Juri Ozawa Megumi Aotani Sachie Yuuki
1983–1984 Tokyo Masako Kato Midori Ito Yukari Yoshimori
1984–1985 Tokyo Midori Ito Masako Kato Sachie Yuuki
1985–1986 Tokyo Midori Ito Sachie Yuuki Juri Ozawa
1986–1987 Tokyo Midori Ito Masako Kato Yukiko Kashihara
1987–1988 Tokyo Midori Ito Junko Yaginuma Yuka Sato
1988–1989 Tokyo Midori Ito Junko Yaginuma Yuka Sato
1989–1990 Fukuoka Midori Ito Yuka Sato Junko Yaginuma
1990–1991 Yokohama Midori Ito Mari Asanuma Junko Yaginuma
1991–1992 Kobe Midori Ito Yuka Sato Junko Yaginuma
1992–1993 Nagoya Yuka Sato Junko Yaginuma Kumiko Koiwai
1993–1994 Yokohama Yuka Sato Rena Inoue Kumiko Koiwai
1994–1995 Kobe Hanae Yokoya Junko Yaginuma Kumiko Koiwai
1995–1996 Yokohama Midori Ito Hanae Yokoya Hiromi Sano
1996–1997 Nagano Fumie Suguri Shizuka Arakawa Yuka Kanazawa
1997–1998 Kobe Shizuka Arakawa Fumie Suguri Rena Inoue
1998–1999 Yokohama Shizuka Arakawa Fumie Suguri Yuka Kanazawa
1999–2000 Fukuoka Chisato Shiina Arisa Yamazaki Fumie Suguri
2000–2001 Nagano Fumie Suguri Shizuka Arakawa Yoshie Onda
2001–2002 Osaka Fumie Suguri Shizuka Arakawa Miki Ando
2002–2003 Kyoto Fumie Suguri Yoshie Onda Shizuka Arakawa
2003–2004 Nagano Miki Ando Fumie Suguri Shizuka Arakawa
2004–2005 Yokohama Miki Ando Mao Asada Fumie Suguri
2005–2006 Tokyo Fumie Suguri Mao Asada Shizuka Arakawa
2006–2007 Nagoya Mao Asada Miki Ando Yukari Nakano [2]
2007–2008 Kadoma Mao Asada Miki Ando Yukari Nakano [3]
2008–2009 Nagano Mao Asada Fumie Suguri Miki Ando [4]
2009–2010 Kadoma Mao Asada Akiko Suzuki Yukari Nakano [5]
2010–2011 Nagano Miki Ando Mao Asada Kanako Murakami [6]
2011–2012 Kadoma Mao Asada Akiko Suzuki Kanako Murakami [7]
2012–2013 Sapporo Mao Asada Kanako Murakami Satoko Miyahara [10]
2013–2014 Saitama Akiko Suzuki Kanako Murakami Mao Asada

Pairs[edit]

Pairs' medalists[11]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1955–1956 Kyoto Fumiko Nishimura / Kinehiko Takizawa No other competitors
1956–1957 Tokyo Sumiko Shimodaira / Masamizu Kobayashi Tsuyako Takada / Kenzou Nishida No other competitors
1957–1958 Tokyo Sumiko Shimodaira / Masamizu Kobayashi Tsuyako Takada / Kenzou Nishida No other competitors
1958–1959 Osaka Kuwana Junko / Takatsugu Hashiguchi Sumiko Shimodaira / Masamizu Kobayashi Junko Takada / Kenzou Nishida
1959–1960 Tokyo Atsuko Onoda / Takatsugu Hashiguchi No other competitors
1960–1961 Tokyo Hiroko Ooiwa / Kazuhiko Kakita Machiko Kinoshita / Takatsugu Hashiguchi Mihoko Ogita / Takakazu Kawamura
1961–1962 Osaka Mieko Ooiwa / Yutaka Doke No other competitors
1962–1963 Tokyo Mieko Ooiwa / Yutaka Doke No other competitors
1963–1964 Tokyo Noriko Harada / Takatsugu Hashiguchi No other competitors
1964–1966 No pairs competition
1966–1967 Tokyo Komako Iwadate / Masayasu Iguchi No other competitors
1967–1968 Tokyo Kotoe Nagasawa / Hiroshi Nagakubo Sachiko Kobayashi / Koji Tanaka No other competitors
1968–1969 Tokyo Kotoe Nagasawa / Hiroshi Nagakubo No other competitors
1969–1970 Osaka Kotoe Nagasawa / Hiroshi Nagakubo No other competitors
1970–1971 Tokyo Kotoe Nagasawa / Hiroshi Nagakubo No other competitors
1971–1972 Sapporo Kotoe Nagasawa / Hiroshi Nagakubo No other competitors
1972–1973 Osaka Huziko Seki / Toshimitsu Doke No other competitors
1973–1974 Kyoto No pairs competition
1974–1975 Hiroshima No pairs competition
1975–1976 Tokyo Kyoko Hagiwara / Sumio Murata Hamae Kato / Hiromichi Hagino Yoshiko Maruyama / ? Shouzushima
1976–1977 Tokyo Kyoko Hagiwara / Sumio Murata Hamae Kato / Hiromichi Hagino Naoko Asano / Koji Okajima
1977–1978 Kyoto Kyoko Hagiwara / Sumio Murata Tomoko Tanaka / Hisao Ozaki Hamae Kato / Hiromichi Hagino
1978–1979 Tokyo Yukiko Okabe / Takashi Mura Mutsumi Takezaki / Koji Okajima Seiko Matsumoto / Makoto Shiotani
1979–1980 Tokyo Toshimi Ito / Takashi Mura No other competitors
1980–1986 No pairs competition held
1986–1987 Tokyo Akiko Nogami / Yoichi Yamazaki Hikaru Tsuchino / Takaya Usuda No other competitors
1987–1988 Tokyo Akiko Nogami / Yoichi Yamazaki Hikaru Tsuchino / Takaya Usuda No other competitors
1988–1989 Tokyo Yuki Shoji / Takaya Usuda No other competitors
1989–1990 Fukuoka No pairs competition held
1990–1991 Yokohama Rena Inoue / Tomoaki Koyama No other competitors
1991–1992 Kobe Rena Inoue / Tomoaki Koyama No other competitors
1992–1993 Nagoya Yukiko Kawasaki / Alexei Tikhonov No other competitors
1993–1994 Yokohama Yukiko Kawasaki / Alexei Tikhonov No other competitors
1995–1996 No pairs competition held
1996–1997 Nagano Marie Arai / Yamato Tamura Makiko Ogasawara / Takeo Ogasawara Takako Kimura / Ken'ichi Mise
1997–1998 Kobe Marie Arai / Shin Amano No other competitors
1998–1999 Yokohama No pairs competition held
1999–2000 Fukuoka Makiko Ogasawara / Takeo Ogasawara No other competitors
2000–2001 Nagano Makiko Ogasawara / Takeo Ogasawara No other competitors
2001–2002 Osaka Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Markuntsov Makiko Ogasawara / Takeo Ogasawara No other competitors
2002–2003 Kyoto Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Markuntsov Makiko Ogasawara / Takeo Ogasawara No other competitors
2003–2004 Nagano No pairs competition held
2004–2005 Yokohama Yuko Kawaguchi / Devin Patrick No other competitors
2005–2008 No pairs competition held [2][3]
2008–2009 Nagano Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran No other competitors [4]
2009–2010 Kadoma Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran No other competitors [5]
2010–2011 Nagano Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran No other competitors [6]
2011–2012 Kadoma Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran No other competitors [7]
2012–2013 Sapporo No pairs event [8]
2013–2014 Saitama Narumi Takahashi / Ryuichi Kihara No other competitors

Ice dancing[edit]

Ice dancing medalists[12]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1956–1957 Tokyo Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio Toshiko Hutioka / Masaharu Katayama Yoshie Arai / Arata Yoshikawa
1957–1958 Tokyo Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio Toshiko Hutioka / Masaharu Katayama Yoshie Arai / Arata Yoshikawa
1958–1959 Osaka Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio Toshiko Hutioka / Masaharu Katayama Setsuko Sannai / Kenzi Takeda
1959–1960 Tokyo Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio Idemitsu Junko / Takayuki Bessyo Mieko Ooiwa / Nagahisa Ono
1960–1961 Tokyo Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio Idemitsu Junko / Takayuki Bessyo Mieko Ooiwa / Doke Yutaka
1961–1962 Osaka Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio no other competitors
1962–1963 Tokyo Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio no other competitors
1963–1964 Tokyo Satoshi Kaneko / Masami Takeuchi Yoshio Sumiko Bessyo / Takayuki Bessyo Noriko Yuzawa / Matsumoto Norihisa
1964–1965 Osaka Sumiko Bessyo / Takayuki Bessyo Fujise Kiyoko / Katsutoshi Morinaga no other competitors
1965–1966 Tomakomai Noriko Yuzawa / Matsumoto Norihisa Reiko Inoue / Mitsuaki Hirose no other competitors
1966–1967 Tokyo Noriko Yuzawa / Matsumoto Norihisa Reiko Inoue / Mitsuaki Hirose no other competitors
1967–1968 Tokyo Mayumi Akahiro / Tamura Masato no other competitors
1968–1969 Tokyo Ishikawa Yoko / Nishihama Naotoshi Noriko Harada / Joji Oh'hamazaki Tsuyama Fumi / Hiroshi Kobayashi
1969–1970 Osaka Toshie Sakurai / Motoe Sakurai Tsuyama Fumi / Hiroshi Kobayashi no other competitors
1970–1971 Tokyo Keiko Atiwa / Yasuyuki Noto Toshie Sakurai / Motoe Sakurai no other competitors
1971–1972 Sapporo Keiko Atiwa / Yasuyuki Noto no other competitors
1972–1973 Osaka Toshie Sakurai / Motoe Sakurai no other competitors
1973–1974 Kyoto Yoshiko Nakada / Toshimitsu Doke Tamami Abe / Hirohiko Komata no other competitors
1974–1975 Hiroshima Misato Kage / Masanori Takeda Tamami Abe / Hirohiko Komata Naoko Katou / Akira Naitou
1975–1976 Tokyo Misato Kage / Masanori Takeda Yasuko Ikejiri / Toshimitsu Doke Tomoko Koide / Ryouichi Kobayashi
1976–1977 Tokyo Misa Kage / Masanori Takeda Sachiko Sakano / Tadayuki Takahashi Yumiko Kage / Toshinori Fujisawa
1977–1978 Kyoto Michiko Abe / Nozomu Sakai Yumiko Kage / Tadayuki Takahashi Sachiko Sakano / Akira Sekine
1978–1979 Tokyo Yumiko Kage / Tadayuki Takahashi Michiko Abe / Nozomu Sakai Noriko Sato / Akira Sekine
1979–1980 Tokyo Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Michiko Abe / Nozomu Sakai Rumiko Michiue / Toshiyuki Tanak
1980–1981 Tokyo Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Yumimo Kage / Yuuki Nakajima Akiko Okabe / Tamao Arai
1981–1982 Tokyo Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Akiko Okabe / Tamao Arai Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki
1982–1983 Tokyo Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Yumimo Kage / Yuuki Nakajima Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki
1983–1984 Tokyo Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki Yumimo Kage / Yuuki Nakajima
1984–1985 Tokyo Noriko Sato / Tadayuki Takahashi Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki Junko Ito / Hiroaki Tokita
1985–1986 Tokyo Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki Junko Ito / Hiroaki Tokita Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino
1986–1987 Tokyo Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki Junko Ito / Hiroaki Tokita Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino
1987–1988 Tokyo Tomoko Tanaka / Hiroyuki Suzuki Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino Junko Ito / Hiroaki Tokita
1988–1989 Tokyo Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino Syoko Higashino / Tatsuro Matsumura Kayo Shirahata / Hiroshi Tanaka
1989–1990 Fukuoka Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino Syoko Higashino / Tatsuro Matsumura Kayo Shirahata / Hiroshi Tanaka
1990–1991 Yokohama Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino Syoko Higashino / Tatsuro Matsumura Kayo Shirahata / Hiroshi Tanaka
1991–1992 Kobe Kaoru Takino / Kenji Takino Syoko Higashino / Tatsuro Matsumura Nakako Tsuzuki / Kazu Nakamura
1992–1993 Nagoya Kayo Shirahata / Hiroshi Tanaka Nakako Tsuzuki / Kazu Nakamura Misao Sato / Go Sakai
1993–1994 Yokohama Nakako Tsuzuki / Kazu Nakamura Yuki Habuki / Hitoshi Koizumi Misao Sato / Go Sakai
1994–1995 Kobe Nakako Tsuzuki / Juris Razguliaiev Aya Kawai / Hiroshi Tanaka Yuki Habuki / Hitoshi Koizumi
1995–1996 Yokohama Nakako Tsuzuki / Juris Razguliaiev Aya Kawai / Hiroshi Tanaka Akiko Kinoshita / Yosuke Moriwaki
1996–1997 Nagano Aya Kawai / Hiroshi Tanaka Akiko Kinoshita / Yosuke Moriwaki Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido
1997–1998 Kobe Aya Kawai / Hiroshi Tanaka Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Aya Hatsuda / Koichi Suyama
1998–1999 Yokohama Nakako Tsuzuki / Rinat Farkhoutdinov Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido
1999–2000 Fukuoka Nakako Tsuzuki / Rinat Farkhoutdinov Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto
2000–2001 Nagano Nakako Tsuzuki / Rinat Farkhoutdinov Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto
2001–2002 Osaka Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Masumi Haruki / Hiroaki Tokita
2002–2003 Kyoto Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Masumi Haruki / Hiroaki Tokita
2003–2004 Nagano Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Nakako Tsuzuki / Kenji Miyamoto Yurie Oda / Sho Kagayama
2004–2005 Yokohama Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Nakako Tsuzuki / Kenji Miyamoto Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho
2005–2006 Tokyo Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Nakako Tsuzuki / Kenji Miyamoto Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho
2006–2007 Nagoya Nozomi Watanabe / Akiyuki Kido Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho [2]
2007–2008 Kadoma Cathy Reed / Chris Reed No other competitors [3]
2008–2009 Nagano Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Nana Sugiki / Taiyo Mizutani Emi Hirai / Ayato Yuzawa [4]
2009–2010 Kadoma Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Emi Hirai / Taiyo Mizutani No other competitors [5]
2010–2011 Nagano Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Emi Hirai / Taiyo Mizutani No other competitors [6]
2011–2012 Kadoma Bryna Oi / Taiyo Mizutani Emi Hirai / Marien De La Asuncion Anna Takei / Yuya Yamada [7]
2012–2013 Sapporo Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Emi Hirai / Marien De La Asuncion Bryna Oi / Taiyo Mizutani [8]
2013–2014 Saitama Cathy Reed / Chris Reed Emi Hirai / Marien De La Asuncion Shizuru Agata / Kentaro Suzuki

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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