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Reports of All-Japan Businessmen’s Individual Judo Championships 2015

(2015年9月19日)

※ eJudoメルマガ版9月19日掲載記事より転載・編集しています。
Reports of All-Japan Businessmen’s Individual Judo Championships 2015
All-Japan Businessmen’s Individual Championship 2015 was held on Aug,31 at Baycom gymnasium in Amagasaki-city.

All senior Judoka have the right for entry this tournament, except Police and Student. And the Judoka who advanced semi-finals in this game can go into a Kodokan Cup, selection match for Grand Slam Tokyo.

Short reports and resulst of each category are below.
If you can read Japanese text, you should access Japanese report.

Report of Day 1 in Japanese text
http://www.ejudo.info/newstopics/002278.html
http://www.ejudo.info/newstopics/002279.html

Report of Day 2 in Japanese text
http://www.ejudo.info/newstopics/002283.html
http://www.ejudo.info/newstopics/002284.html

■ -60kg category
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Tadahiro Nomura annaunced his retirement at press conference.

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Hirofumi Yamamoto threw Ryudo Tsubaki by ippon with beautiful Uchi-mata at final match.

The participation of Tadahiro Nomura who won three olympic titles attracted big attention. he got Ippon by Ippon-seoinage at 1st game, and got Ippon again by seoi-nage at 2nd game.

At 3rd game, he was defeated by Ryudo Tsubaki who got 3rd place last year's tournament. Nomura was thrown by Kata-guruma and lost Ippon.

After this game, 40 years old Nomura annaunced his retirement. He said "I have no regrets, I have done everything I can".

The winner of this category was Hiforumi Yamamoto who won Grand Slam Tokyo 2010 and 2011. He got 5 Ippons in 5 games and won 1st prize of this competition for the first time. He had got into a slmup for a long time, but won 1st prize at Kodokan cup 2014 and had suddenly recovered.

Yuki Ishikawa who held the championship for 4 years was defeated at 2nd round.

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Hirofumi Yamamoto got the first title of this championship.

Result
1. Hirofumi Yamamoto
2. Ryudo Tsubaki
3. Takumi Miyamoto
3. Ryo Kawabata

※57 Judoka participated

Final
Hirofumi Yamamoto〇Ippn by Uchi-mata(1:37)△Ryudo Tsubaki

Semi-Finals
Hirofumi Yamamoto〇Ippon by Uchimata(2:23)△Takumi Miyamoto
Ryudo Tsubaki〇Yuko△Ryo Kawabata

■ -66kg category
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Hiroaki Hiraoka got Waza-ari by sode-turikomi-goshi at final match.

Hiroaki Hiraoka, finalist of 2012 Olympic games in London, won the 1st prize.

He got 4 Ippons (Seoinage, O-goshi, Uchi-mata, Ouchi-gari) in 5 games and advanced to the final. At final match that faced to Ryota Ishiguro , he got 1 Waza-ari by Sode-turikomi-goshi and 3 Shidos.

He converted to -66kg grade after London, and this is the first title for him in this category. Though he is 30 years old , he said "I take pride in that I am an active player and I do not give up the challenge to the Olympic games 2016"

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This is the first title for Hiraoka in -66kg category

Result
1. Hiroaki Hiraoka
2. Ryota Ishiguro
3. Yusuke Aoki
3. Yuhei Rokugo

※80 Judoka participated

Final
Hiroaki Hiraoka〇Waza-ari by Sode-tsurikomi-goshi△Ryota Ishiguro

Semi-Finals
Ryota Ishiguro〇Ippon by Seoi-nage(4:36)△Yuhei Rokugo
Hiroaki Hiraoka〇Ippon by Ouchi-gari(1:34)△Yusuke Aoki

■ -73kg category
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Soichi Hashimoto got Ippon by right Tai-otoshi at final match.

The winner of huge tournament that 106 Judoka made entries, was Soichi Hashimoto, champion of last year's competition and All Japan Championships Fukuoka held in this April.

The opponent of final match was Keiichi Ota, three years consecutive finalist.
In this match, Hasimoto got Yuko by left ippon-seoinage. After this Yuko, he keep attacking with this technique and force his opponent to paying attention to left side. Then, he attacked by right-Taiotoshi. Ota fell to tatami in an instant.

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Hashimoto, champion of All Japan Championships Fukuoka 2015, got first prize.

Result

1. Soichi Hashimoto
2. Keiichi Ota
3. Kazuya Tamura
3. Norhihiro Shimoyama

※106 Judoka participated

Final
Soichi Hashimoto〇Ippon by Tai-otoshi(3:15)△Keiichi Ota

Semi-Finals
Soichi Hashimoto〇Hansoku-make by 4 times shido(3:11)△Norhihiro Shimoyama
Keiichi Ota〇Ippon by Seoi-nage(2:43)△Kazuya Tamura

■ -81kg category
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Yashuhro Ebi threw Tomohiro Kawakami with Ura-nage and got Ippon.

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Ebi, champion of last year's competition, got the title again.

Yasuhiro Ebi, champion of last year's competition won the 1st prize again.
At Final, he threw Tomohiro Kawakami twice. Waza-ari by Kouchi-gari and Ippon by Ura-nage.

Result
1. Yasuhiro Ebi
2. Tomohiro Kawakami
3. Tomoki Haruyama
3. Masashi Kobayashi

※92 Judoka participated

Final
Yasuhiro Ebi〇Ippon by Ura-nage(0:59)△Tomohiro Kawakami

Semi-Finals
Yasuhiro Ebi〇Ippon by Seoi-nage(2:30)△Tomoki Haruyama
Tomohiro Kawakami〇Ippon by Ouchi-gaeshi(0:10)△Masashi Kobayashi

■ -90kg category
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Masashi Nishiyama got Ippon with outstanding Harai-goshi at final match.

Masashi Nishiyama, bronze medalist of 2012 Olympic games London, got 1st prize.
At the final he throw Taichi Kugimaru with fantastic left Harai-goshi and got Ippon. He forced his opponent to move to the left and that movement made him able to throw.

Nishiyama had suffered from serious injury in his knee, and operated nine months ago. This tournament was the first game after operation.

He said "I thought that I have to retire if I lost the game. I do not give up the challenge to Olympic games 2016 and I think this challenge is the duty of active player. I want to make next one year a dramatic one."

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Nishiyama, bronze medalist of London 2012 said "I do not give up the challenge to the Olympic games 2016"

Result
1. Masashi Nishiyama
2. Taichi Kugimaru
3. Kyohei Kakita
3. Norihide Yamamoto

※79 Judoka participated

Final
Masahi Nishiyama〇Ippon by Harai-goshi(4:36)△Taichi Kugimaru

Semi-Finals
Taichi Kugimaru〇Ippon by Osoto-gari(3:07)△Kyohei Kakita
Masahi Nishiyama〇3 times Shido △Norihide Yamamoto

■ -100kg category
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Yusuke Kumashiro got Ippon by Seoinage at final match.

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Kumashiro got 1st place.

Yusuke Kumashiro, champion of All Japan Championships Fukuoka 2014, got the title. At final match, he threw Shohei Shimowada with left "hiji-nuki" Seoi-nage and got Ippon. It is the second title of this championship for him.

Kumasiro already had a right to participate to Kodokan Cup. So addtional qualifying match was held, and as a result, Mizuki Otsu got the ticket to Kodokan Cup.

Result
1. Yusuke Kumashiro
2. Shohei Shimowada
3. Gaku Fujii
3. Ryohei Anai

※66 Judoka participated

Final
Yusuke Kumashiro〇Ippon by Seoi-nage(2:29)△Shohei Shimowada

Semi-Finals
Shohei Shimowada〇Ippon by Osoto-gari(0:25)△Gaku Fujii
Yusuke Kumashiro〇Yuko(GS0:52)△Ryohei Anai

-Qualifying match for Kodokan Cup-
Mizuki Otsu〇Ippon by Tate-shiho-gatame(2:52)△Daiki Tanaka
Shinsei Kozonoi〇Waza-ari△Mitsuki Ishimoto
Mizuki Otsu〇Osoto-gaeshi(0:10)△Shinsei Kozonoi

※Otsu advanced to Kodokan Cup

■ +100kg category
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Daiki Kamikawa toppled Kenta Nishigata with Osoto-gari and got Ippon.

The highlights of this tournament was semi-finals, at which Daiki Kamikawa faced Kenta Nisigata who won this year's All Japan Championships Fukuoka.
A close battle was expected, but result was a shocking "Ippon". Kamikawa threw Nishigata with outstanding Osoto-gari.

Kamikawa won final match with 4 times shido-penalty and got gold medal.

The participation of Hirosi Izumi, Olympic finalist, was also a great topic. Though he is 33 years old, He reached to quarter finals and joined qualifying match for Kodokan Cup. But he lost both of this games and could not get the right for Kodokan Cup.

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Kamikawa got gold medal

Result
1. Daiki Kamikawa
2. Kenta Akasako
3. Kenta Nishigata
3. Ryuta Toyota

※66 Judoka participated

Final
Daiki Kamikawa〇Hansoku-make by 4 times Shido△Kenta Akasako

Semi-Finals
Daiki Kamikawa〇Ippon by Osoto-gari(1:37)△Kenta Nishigata
Kenta Akasako〇Ippon by Awase-waza(0:42)△Ryuta Toyota

-Qualifying match for Kodokan Cup-
Jun Tsuchiya〇2 times Shido△Hiroshi Izumi
Koji Sudo〇Ippon by Sode-tsurikomi-goshi(1:42)△Gohi Sakai

Also Tsuchiya and Sudo advanced to Kodokan Cup

■ U-22 category
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Yu Usami attacked over and over.

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19 years old Usami got 1st prize.

This unique category is peculiar to All-Japan Businessmen’s Individual Championship. Only a player at 22 years or younger can join this tournament, of course, except student.

The winner was Yu Usami, 19 years old.

Result
1. Yu Usami
2. Rikiya Tanaka
3. Chihiro Tsuzuki
3. Yuki Onishi

※48 Judoka participated

Final
Yu Usami〇2 times Shido△Rikiya Tanaka

Semi-Finals
Yu Usami〇3 times Shido△Chihiro Tsuzuki
Rikiya Tanaka〇Waza-ari△Yuki Onishi

■ -48kg category
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Yurie Morisaki faced Ayumi Kasahara at final match.

Yurie Morisaki, champion of Kodokan cup 2013 got the first title of this competition.
She defeated Miri Toda by Ippon with Ippon-seoinage in Semi-finals. And after this great success, she beat Ayumi Kasahara with getting Shido-penalty twice.

Hiromi Endo, champion of IJF World Masters 2013, was defeated by Kasahara with Waza-ari in the second round. She had operated on left knee, and this tournament was first match after the operation.

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Morisaki, champion of Kodokan cup 2013, got 1st prize.

Result
1. Yurie Morisaki
2. Ayumi Kasahara
3. Miri Toda
3. Shoko Ibe

※13 Judoka participated

Final
Yurie Morisaki〇2 times Shido△Ayumi Kasahara

Semi-Finals
Yurie Morisaki〇Ippon by Ippon-seoi-nage(0:22)△Miri Toda
Ayumi Kasahara〇Ippon by Kesa-gatame(2:41)△Shoko Ibe

■ -52kg category
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At final match, Yakushiji attacked with left Ippon-seoinage.

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This was first big title for Yakushiji.

Miki Watanabe, the No.1 seed, was defeated by Narumi Ohta with Seoi-nage in 3rd round, and Natsumi Gomi was defeated by Yuka Kaneda with Waza-ari in the quarter finals. As a result, there are no top player on semi-final rounds.

Winner was Momoko Yakushiji. This was the first big title on her career.

Result

1. Momoko Yakushiji
2. Narumi Ohta
3. Yuka Kaneda
3. Harumi Nagakabe

※21 Judoka participated

Final
Momoko Yakushiji〇Shido△Narumi Ohta

Semi-Finals
Narumi Ohta〇Yuko△Harumi Nagakabe
Momoko Yakushiji〇Ippon by Yoko-shiho-gatame(1:43)△Yuka Kaneda

■ -57kg category
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Shoko Ono got Ippon by Ouchi-gari at final match.

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Ono got 4 Ippons in 4 games.

Shoko Ono won the championship with prominent result. She got 4 Ippons in 4 games.
Highlight of the tournament was semi-final. Ono defeated Megumi Ishikawa with outstanding Ouchi-gari. The time required for victory was only 11 seconds.

Result
1. Shoko Ono
2. Eimi Kaneko
3. Makiko Otomo
3. Megumi Ishikawa

※29 Judoka participated

Final
Shoko Ono〇Ippon by Ouchi-gari(3:42)△Eimi Kaneko

Semi-Finals
Shoko Ono〇Ippon by Ouchi-gari(0:11)△Megumi Ishikawa
Eimi Kaneko〇Yuko△Makiko Otomo

■ -63kg category
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Maiko Kainuma faced Maaya Kawagishi at final match.

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Winner was Kainuma.She recovered though she could not join Kodokan Cup 2014.

Winner was Maiko Kainuma of JR East, 26 years old judoka who graduated Shukutoku University.
She defeated Natsumi Katagiri,No 2 seed, by Ippon at semi-finals, and beated Maaya Kawagishi by Ippon with Tate-shihou-gatame in the final.

Result
1. Maiko Kainuma
2. Maaya Kawagishi
3. Ayako Shiose
3. Natsumi Katagiri

※16 Judoka participated

Final
Maiko Kainuma〇Ippon by Tate-shiho-gatame(2:56)△Maaya Kawagishi

Semi-Finals
Maaya Kawagishi〇2 times Shido△Ayako Shiose
Maiko Kainuma〇Ippon by Ouchi-gari(1:32)△Natsumi Katagiri

-Qualifying match for Kodokan Cup-
Yuka Osumi〇Ippon by Yoko-shiho-gatame△Ai Okawa
Chihiro Sakai〇Ippon by Awase-waza(1:42)△Narumi Sawamura

※Osumi and Sakai advanced to Kodokan Cup

■ -70kg category
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Yoko Ono threw Naeko Maeda at golden score match.

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Ono got first title of this event.

Yoko Ono of Komatsu, champion of Kodokan cup 2012, won the title. At final match, she defeated Naeko Maeda of JR East. She got Yuko by Uchi-mata in golden score match. This is the first time she got 1st prize of this event.

Result
1. Yoko Ono
2. Naeko Maeda
3. Haruna Noseki
3. Yuri Isobe

※14 Judoka participated

Final
Yoko Ono〇Yuko by Uchi-mata(GS1:47)△Naeko Maeda

Semi-Finals
Naeko Maeda〇Shido(GS1:00)△Haruna Nosek
Yoko Ono〇Deashi-harai(0:30)△Yuri Isobe

■ -78kg category
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Shori Hamada, champion of All Japan Championships Fukuoka, defeated Satomi Okamura by Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame.

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Hamada got Ippon by Uchi-mata at final match.

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Winner was Hamada.

National champion Shori Hamada got outstanding Ippon over and over. In semifinal, she defeated Tomomi Okamura by Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame, her favorite technique. After this great success, she threw Shiori Yoshimura, champion of world junior championships 2013, by intense Uchi-mata and got Ippon.

Result
1. Shori Hamada
2. Shiori Yoshimura
3. Tomomi Okamura
3. Misaki Shimoda

※9 Judoka patricipated

Final
Shori Hamada〇Uchi-mata(0:49)△Shiori Yoshimura

Semi-Finals
Shori Hamada〇Ude-hishigi-juji-gatame(1:05)△Tomomi Okamura
Shiori Yoshimura〇Shido△ Misaki Shimoda

■ +78kg category
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Miku Eboshi got Yuko and defeated Nami Inamori.

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This was the first time she got biz championship.

Miku Eboshi got the first title of this competition., At final match, after last minute struggle , she got Waza-ari by Uchi-mata and beat Nami Inamori who got World junior championship 2013.

Manami Inoue who has the world junior title of 2011 and 2010, was defeated by Inamori in 2nd round by Kami-shihou-gatame.

Result
1. Miku Eboshi
2. Nami Inamori
3. Miwa Goto
3. Aki Hatamura

※15 Judoka participated

Final
Miku Eboshi〇Waza-ari by Uchi-mata△Nami Inamori

Semi-Finals
Nami Inamori〇2 times Shido△Miwa Goto
Miku Eboshi〇Ippon by Awase-waza(0:50)△Aki Hatamura

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