Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament

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Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament
Founded 1952
Region  Japan
Number of teams men:16
women:16
Current champions men:Toray Arrows
women:JT Marvelous

Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament (黒鷲旗全日本男女選抜バレーボール大会 Kurowashiki Zen Nippon Danjo Senbatsu Volleyball Taikai?),is a volleyball tournament in Japan.

Kurowashiki(黒鷲旗) means the flag of black eagle. It opens in May every year at Osaka. It is organized by the Japan Volleyball Association and the Mainichi Newspapers.

History[edit]

  • 1952 - It started as All Japan Volleyball Championship.
  • 2007 - All Japan Volleyball Championship was renamed as Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament.

Previous winners[edit]

men
  • 1952 - Yahata Steel
  • 1953 - Yahata Steel
  • 1954 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1955 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1956 - Sumitomo Metal Kokura
  • 1957 - Yahata Steel
  • 1958 - Sumitomo Metal Kokura
  • 1959 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1960 - Yahata Steel
  • 1961 - Toray
  • 1962 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1963 - Toray
  • 1964 - Matsushita Denki (Panasonic)
  • 1965 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1966 - Matsushita Denki (Panasonic)
  • 1967 - Yahata Steel
  • 1968 - Matsushita Denki (Panasonic)
  • 1969 - Matsushita Denki (Panasonic)
  • 1970 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1971 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1972 - Sumitomo Light Metal
  • 1973 - Matsushita Denki (Panasonic)
  • 1974 - Shin Nihon Steel
  • 1975 - Shin Nihon Steel
  • 1976 - Shin Nihon Steel
  • 1977 - Shin Nihon Steel
  • 1978 - Fuji Photo Film
  • 1979 - Suntory
  • 1980 - Shin Nihon Steel
  • 1981 - Matsushita Denki (Panasonic)
  • 1982 - Nihon Koukan (NKK)
  • 1983 - Fuji Photo Film
women
  • 1952 - Kurabo Manju
  • 1953 - Nichibo Ashikaga
  • 1954 - kanebo Yokkaichi
  • 1955 - Kurabo Kurashiki
  • 1956 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1957 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1958 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1959 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1960 - Kurabo Kurashiki
  • 1961 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1962 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1963 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1964 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1965 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1966 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1967 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1968 - Hitachi Musashi
  • 1969 - Nichibo Kaiduka
  • 1970 - Yashika
  • 1971 - Unitika Kaiduka
  • 1972 - Hitachi Musashi
  • 1973 - Hitachi Musashi
  • 1974 - Hitachi Musashi
  • 1975 - Hitachi
  • 1976 - Hitachi
  • 1977 - Hitachi
  • 1978 - Hitachi
  • 1979 - Hitachi
  • 1980 - Colorado Springs(USA)
  • 1981 - Unitika
  • 1982 - Hitachi
  • 1983 - Hitachi