Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships

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The Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships (Japanese: 全日本フィギュアスケートジュニア選手権) is a figure skating competition held annually to crown the national champions on the Junior level for Japan. The first Japan Junior Figure Skating Championships was held in 1931. It is the junior level equivalent of the Japan Figure Skating Championships. Skaters who place high enough at this competition can earn invitations to compete at the senior championships.

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Junior men's medalists[1]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1983–84 Kobe Hiroshi Sugiyama Noritomo Taniuchi Yoichi Yamazaki
1984–85 Kobe Hiroshi Sugiyama Masakazu Kabata Tomoaki Koyama
1985–86 Kyoto Tomoaki Koyama Mitsuhiro Murata Daisuke Nishikawa
1986–87 Tokyo Daisuke Nishikawa Tomoaki Koyama Yoshiaki Takeuchi
1987–88 Kobe Masakazu Kagiyama Tomoaki Koyama Kenta Iso
1988–89 Chiba Masakazu Kagiyama Tomoaki Koyama Fumihiro Oikawa
1989–90 Tokyo Tomoaki Koyama Fumihiro Oikawa Gaku Aiyoshi
1990–91 Osaka Fumihiro Oikawa Gaku Aiyoshi Makoto Amano
1991–92 Nagoya Fumihiro Oikawa Makoto Amano Gaku Aiyoshi
1992–93 Maebashi Gaku Aiyoshi Seiichi Suzuki Makoto Okazaki
1993–94 Hiroshima Makoto Okazaki Naoki Shigematsu Seiichi Suzuki
1994–95 Kobe Naoki Shigematsu Seiichi Suzuki Takashi Yamamoto
1995–96 Kyoto Takeshi Honda Yamato Tamura Yosuke Takeuchi
1996–97 Yokohama Yamato Tamura Taijin Hiraike Yosuke Takeuchi
1997–98 Nagoya Yosuke Takeuchi Taijin Hiraike Soshi Tanaka
1998–99 Tomakomai Yosuke Takeuchi Kensuke Nakaniwa Soshi Tanaka
1999–00 Osaka Eiji Iwamoto Kensuke Nakaniwa Daisuke Takahashi
2000–01 Nagoya Soshi Tanaka Kazumi Kishimoto Kensuke Nakaniwa
2001–02 Tokyo Daisuke Takahashi Ryosuke Sasaki Makoto Nakata [2]
2002–03 Nagoya Ryo Shibata Hirokazu Kobayashi Nobunari Oda [3]
2003–04 Kyoto Kazumi Kishimoto Nobunari Oda Yasuharu Nanri [4]
2004–05 Osaka Nobunari Oda Kazumi Kishimoto Yasuharu Nanri [5]
2005–06 Nagano Takahiko Kozuka Takahito Mura Ryo Shibata [6]
2006–07 Hiroshima Tatsuki Machida Takahito Mura Hirofumi Torii [7]
2007–08 Sendai Takahito Mura Akio Sasaki Yuzuru Hanyu [8]
2008–09 Nagoya Yuzuru Hanyu Tatsuki Machida Daisuke Murakami [9]
2009–10 Yokohama Yuzuru Hanyu Kento Nakamura Shoma Uno [10]
2010–11 Hitachinaka Kento Nakamura Ryuichi Kihara Ryuju Hino [11]
2011–12 Hachinohe Ryuju Hino Keiji Tanaka Ryuichi Kihara [12]
2012–13 Nishitōkyō, Tokyo Ryuju Hino Shoma Uno Keiji Tanaka [13]
2013–14 Nagoya Keiji Tanaka Shoma Uno Ryuju Hino [14]
2014–15 Niigata Shoma Uno Sota Yamamoto Shu Nakamura [15]

Ladies[edit]

Junior ladies' medalists[16]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1983–84 Kyoto Midori Ito Sachie Yuki Izumi Aotani
1984–85 Kobe Izumi Aotani Yukiko Kashihara Masako Kawai
1985–86 Kyoto Mari Asanuma Masako Kawai Yukiko Kashihara
1986–87 Tokyo Kyoko Ina Junko Yaginuma Junko Suda
1987–88 Kobe Yukiko Kashihara Junko Yaginuma Mari Kobayashi
1988–89 Chiba Yuka Sato Junko Yaginuma Mari Kobayashi
1989–90 Tokyo Yuka Sato Mari Kobayashi Tomoko Kawabata
1990–91 Osaka Rena Inoue Yukiko Kawasaki Mari Kobayashi
1991–92 Nagoya Kumiko Koiwai Rena Inoue Yukiko Kawasaki
1992–93 Maebashi Rena Inoue Kumiko Koiwai Hanae Yokoya
1993–94 Hiroshima Hanae Yokoya Rena Inoue Yukiko Kawasaki
1994–95 Kobe Shizuka Arakawa Yukiko Kawasaki Lucinda Ruh
1995–96 Kyoto Shizuka Arakawa Fumie Suguri Kumiko Taneda
1996–97 Yokohama Shizuka Arakawa Fumie Suguri Yuka Kanazawa
1997–98 Nagoya Yuka Kanazawa Yoshie Onda Yuko Kawaguchi
1998–99 Tomakomai Chisato Shiina Yoshie Onda Akiko Suzuki
1999–00 Osaka Chisato Shiina Yoshie Onda Arisa Yamazaki
2000–01 Nagoya Yukari Nakano Akiko Suzuki Miki Ando
2001–02 Tokyo Miki Ando Yukari Nakano Yukina Ota [2]
2002–03 Nagoya Miki Ando Mai Asada Yukina Ota [3]
2003–04 Kyoto Miki Ando Mai Asada Aki Sawada [4]
2004–05 Osaka Mao Asada Mai Asada Aki Sawada [5]
2005–06 Nagano Aki Sawada Nana Takeda Akiko Kitamura [6]
2006–07 Hiroshima Nana Takeda Rumi Suizu Satsuki Muramoto [7]
2007–08 Sendai Rumi Suizu Yuki Nishino Shoko Ishikawa [8]
2008–09 Nagoya Haruka Imai Mari Suzuki Kanako Murakami [9]
2009–10 Yokohama Kanako Murakami Haruka Imai Yukiko Fujisawa [10]
2010–11 Hitachinaka Risa Shoji Kako Tomotaki Miyabi Ohba [11]
2011–12 Hachinohe Satoko Miyahara Kako Tomotaki Risa Shoji [12]
2012–13 Nishitōkyō, Tokyo Satoko Miyahara Riona Kato Rika Hongo [13]
2013–14 Nagoya Rika Hongo Mai Mihara Yura Matsuda [14]
2014–15 Niigata Wakaba Higuchi Kaori Sakamoto Yuka Nagai [15]

Pairs[edit]

Junior pairs' medalists[17]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1984–1986 no pairs competition held
1987–88 Kobe Rena Inoue / Tomoaki Koyama Hikaru Tsuchino / Takaya Usuda no other competitors
1988–89 Chiba Yuki Shoji / Takaya Usuda no other competitors
1989–90 Tokyo Rena Inoue / Tomoaki Koyama no other competitors
1990–1997 no pairs competition held
1998–99 Tomakomai Makiko Ogasawara / Takeo Ogasawara no other competitors
1999–00 Osaka Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Markuntsov no other competitors
2000–2005 no pairs competition held
2006–07 Hiroshima Narumi Takahashi / Yoshiaki Yamada no other competitors [7]
2007–08 Sendai Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran no other competitors [8]
2008–2013 no pairs competition held [9][10][11][12][13]
2013–14 Saitama Sumire Suto / Konstantin Chizhikov Ami Koga / Francis Boudreau-Audet no other competitors [18]
2014–15 Nagano no other competitors [19]

Ice dancing[edit]

Junior ice dancing medalists[20]
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1984–1986 no ice dancing competition held
1987–88 Kobe Nakako Tsuzuki / Akiyuki Kido no other competitors
1988–89 Chiba Nakako Tsuzuki / Akiyuki Kido no other competitors
1989–90 Tokyo Nakako Tsuzuki / Akiyuki Kido no other competitors
1990–91 Osaka Mari Kato / Daisuke Watanabe Yuka Ishihara / Yosuke Moriwaki no other competitors
1991–92 Nagoya Yuki Habuki / Akiyuki Kido Aya Kawai / Hisashi Tsuchiya Akiko Kinoshita / Hitoshi Koizumi
1992–93 Maebashi Yuki Habuki / Akiyuki Kido Akiko Kinoshita / Yosuke Moriwaki Aya Kawai / Hisashi Tsuchiya
1993–94 Hiroshima Akiko Kinoshita / Yosuke Moriwaki Yukie Nogami / Daisuke Watanabe no other competitors
1994–95 Kobe Akiko Kinoshita / Yosuke Moriwaki Yukie Nogami / Daisuke Watanabe no other competitors
1995–96 Kyoto Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto Yukie Nogami / Daisuke Watanabe Chizu Ogawa / Yasuo Ogawa
1996–97 Yokohama Chizu Ogawa / Yasuo Ogawa Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto Yukie Nogami / Daisuke Watanabe
1997–98 Nagoya Rie Arikawa / Kenji Miyamoto Chizu Ogawa / Yasuo Ogawa no other competitors
1998–99 Tomakomai Akiko Fukuzawa / Fumiaki Shimokawa no other competitors
1999–00 Osaka Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho no other competitors
2000–01 Nagoya Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho Ikuko Chida / Atsushi Funabashi no other competitors
2001–02 Tokyo Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho no other competitors [2]
2002–03 Nagoya Minami Sakacho / Tatsuya Sakacho no other competitors [3]
2003–04 Kyoto Ikuko Chida / Ayato Yuzawa no other competitors [4]
2004–05 Osaka Rina Sawayama / Taiyo Mizutani Miki Nakamura / Takahito Niwa no other competitors [5]
2005–06 Nagano Rina Sawayama / Taiyo Mizutani Tamaho Sugimoto / Aran Ono no other competitors [6]
2006–07 Hiroshima Rina Sawayama / Taiyo Mizutani no other competitors [7]
2007–08 Sendai Haruka Maeda / Taiyo Mizutani Nana Sugiki / Ayato Yuzawa Kaede Hara / Kokoro Mizutani [8]
2008–09 Nagoya Nana Sugiki / Taiyo Mizutani Kaede Hara / Kokoro Mizutani no other competitors [9]
2009–10 Yokohama Misato Komatsubara / Kokoro Mizutani no other competitors [10]
2010–11 Hitachinaka Misato Komatsubara / Kokoro Mizutani no other competitors [11]
2011–12 Kadoma, Osaka Misato Komatsubara / Kaoru Tsuji no other competitors [21]
2012–13 Nishitōkyō, Tokyo Nana Sugiki / Hiroichi Noguchi no other competitors [13]
2013–14 Nagoya Shizuru Agata / Kentaro Suzuki Kumiko Maeda / Aru Tateno no other competitors [14]
2014–15 Niigata Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno Ayumi Takanami / Daiki Shimazaki no other competitors [15]

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