|Born||13 December 1973|
|Pro Tour debut||1998 Worlds – Seattle|
|Pro Tour wins (Top 8)||0 (4)|
|Grand Prix wins (Top 8)||2 (12)|
|Lifetime Pro Points||302|
|Planeswalker Level||49 (Archmage)|
Tsuyoshi Fujita (藤田 剛史) is a professional Magic: The Gathering player from Osaka, Japan. His most notable finishes include three Pro Tour top eights. He was inducted to the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour Hall of Fame on 5 December 2007. In addition to his playing ability, Fujita is also known as a deck builder, with players such as Masahiko Morita, and Tsuyoshi Ikeda attributing decks they have played to him.
Fujita began his Pro Tour career at the 1998 World Championship in Seattle, where he finished in 99th place. Over the next two seasons he began to enjoy some success at the Premier level. He made the top eight of Grand Prix in Taipei, and Kyoto, as well as the 1999 Asia Pacific Championship.
In the 2000–01 season he at first appeared to continue much the way he had done over the previous seasons, winning Grand Prix Kyoto, and reaching the top eight of Grand Prix Hiroshima. However, when the Pro Tour came to Japan, Fujita put up an historic finish. His finals appearance at Pro Tour Tokyo marked the first time a Japanese player had reached the top eight of a Pro Tour. Despite being on home turf, Fujita lost the finals to Zvi Mowshowitz.
Fujita's success continued over the seasons that followed. In 2002 he made the top eight of the Masters Series held at Pro Tour San Diego but made a quarterfinal exit. Other notable finishes include a win at Grand Prix Bangkok in 2003, six other Grand Prix top eights, and a win at the 2004 Japanese National Championship.
In 2005 Fujita had his most successful season yet. At Grand Prix Seattle he made the top eight with an innovative deck based around Sneak Attack. At Pro Tour London, Fujita finally made his second Pro Tour top eight. Once again he made it all the way to the finals before being eliminated (this time by Geoffrey Siron). By contrast, Fujita did not have to wait long for his third Pro Tour top eight. At the next Pro Tour, held in Los Angeles he reached the top eight again losing in the quarterfinals to Antoine Ruel.
In 2007, Fujita was elected to the Magic: The Gathering Hall of Fame, alongside Kai Budde, Nicolai Herzog, Randy Buehler, and his Pro Tour Tokyo finals opponent Zvi Mowshowitz. He since played the Pro Tours in the Asian Pacific region and had another Top 8 finish at Pro Tour Nagoya in 2011. Fujita completed the Swiss portion of the tournament in first place, but fell to eventual winner David Sharfman in the quarter-finals.
Top 8 appearances
|1997–98||Nationals||Tokyo||Special||4–5 July 1998||4|
|1998–99||Grand Prix||Kyoto||Limited||16–17 January 1999||4|
|1998–99||APAC Region Championship||Singapore||Special||27–28 March 1999||3|
|1999–00||Grand Prix||Taipei||Extended||12–13 February 2000||2|
|2000–01||Grand Prix||Kyoto||Extended||11–12 November 2000||1|
|2000–01||Grand Prix||Hiroshima||Limited||27–28 January 2001||6|
|2000–01||Pro Tour||Tokyo||Block Constructed||16–18 March 2001||2|
|2001–02||Grand Prix||Hong Kong||Limited||17–18 November 2001||3|
|2001–02||Masters||San Diego||Standard||11–13 January 2002||7|
|2001–02||Grand Prix||Fukuoka||Limited||16–17 February 2002||6|
|2001–02||Grand Prix||Nagoya||Team Limited||11–12 May 2002||4|
|2002–03||Grand Prix||Utsunomiya||Limited||12–13 October 2002||3|
|2002–03||Grand Prix||Hiroshima||Extended||25–26 January 2003||7|
|2002–03||Grand Prix||Bangkok||Standard||12–13 July 2003||1|
|2003–04||Nationals||Osaka||Special||11–13 June 2004||1|
|2003–04||Grand Prix||Kuala Lumpur||Standard||24–25 July 2004||4|
|2005||Grand Prix||Seattle||Extended||5–6 March 2005||7|
|2005||Invitational||Los Angeles||Special||17–20 May 2005||2|
|2005||Pro Tour||London||Booster Draft||8–10 July 2005||2|
|2005||Pro Tour||Los Angeles||Extended||28–30 October 2005||5|
|2011||Pro Tour||Nagoya||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||10–12 June 2011||5|
Last updated: 12 August 2009
- Magic Hall of Fame class of 2007
- Tsujoshi Fujita 2005 Pro Player card (from the Magic: The Gathering Ravnica expansion)
- "Lifetime Winnings Leaders". 2006-04-04. Retrieved 2008-07-25.
- "Lifetime Pro Tour Top 8s". 2008-05-27. Retrieved 2008-07-25.
- "Lifetime Grand Prix Top 8s". 2008-07-07. Retrieved 2008-07-25.
- "Lifetime Pro Points". 2008-06-25. Retrieved 2008-07-25.
- "Tsuyoshi Fujita—Hall of Fame Profile". Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved 2008-07-25.
- "2001 Pro Tour Tokyo Coverage". Wizards of the Coast. 2001-03-18. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- "2002 Masters Series San Diego Coverage". Wizards of the Coast. 2002-01-13. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- "Live Coverage of the 2004 Japan Nationals". Wizards of the Coast. 2004-06-13. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- "Siron Sweeps to Victory". Wizards of the Coast. 2005-07-10. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- "A Starring Role for Antoine Ruel". 2005-10-30. Retrieved 2009-11-07.
- David-Marshall, Brian (2007-09-07). "The Class of 2007". Retrieved 2009-11-07.
|Awards and achievements|
|Magic Japanese National Champion