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Japanese Region Tournament
Host - Ueda City (Nagano Prefecture)

Participating Teams Prefecture City League
Hokkaido Champions Sapporo Sapporo City Sapporo Shinkotoni LL
Tohoku Champions Miyagi Sendai Sendai Higashi LL
Tohoku Runner-Up Miyagi Sendai Sendai Aoba LL
Kitakanto Champions Saitama Fukaya City Fukaya City LL
Higashikanto Champions Ibaraki Ushiku City Ushiku LL
Tokyo Champions Tokyo Tokyo Chofu LL
Kanagawa Champions Kanagawa Hiratsuka City Hiratsuka LL
Shinetsu Champions Nagano Matsumoto City Hata LL
Shinetsu Runner-Up Nagano Ueda City Ueda LL
Tokai Champions Shizuoka Hamamatsu City Hamamatsu Minami LL
Tokai Runner-Up Aichi Nagoya City Meito Chikusa LL
Kansai Champions Osaka Osaka City Osaka City LL
Kansai Runner-Up Hyogo Hyogo-ku Hyogo Harima LL
Chugoku Champions Hiroshima Hiroshima City Hiroshima Aki LL
Shikoku Champions Ehime Niihama City Niihama LL
Kyushu Champions Nagasaki Nagasaki City Nagasaki LL

Tournament Results:

Opening Round (Saturday, July 20):
Chofu 12, Sendai Higashi 1
Ueda 11, Nagasaki 4
Hyogo Harima 7, Niihama 2
Hamamatsu Minami 10, Sapporo Shinkotoni 2
Ushiku 12, Hiroshima Aki 5
Fukaya City 3, Hata 2
Hiratsuka 6, Osaka City 3
Meito Chikusa 9, Sendai Aoba 2

Qaurterfinal Round (Saturday, July 20):
Chofu 11, Ueda 0
Hamamatsu Mimani 7, Hyogo Harmia 6
Ushiku 8, Fukaya City 1
Hiratsuka 5, Meito Chikusa 4

Semifinal Round (Sunday, July 21):
Chofu 6, Hamamatsu Minami 0
Ushiku 5, Hiratsuka 4

Championship Game (Monday, July 22):
Chofu 8, Ushiku 0 (TITLE)

Tokyo's Chofu Little League wins the 2019 Japanese Region tournament and advances to the Little League World Series.


2019 Japan District Tournament Results

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All-Hokkaido Tournament

Format: six-game series between the tournament's two participants. The team with the best record at the conclusion of the series advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Participating Teams: Sapporo Shinkotoni and Sapporo Shiroishi)

Day One (Sunday, May 12 - at Sapporo Shinkotoni):
Sapporo Shinkotoni 4, Sapporo Shiroishi 2
Sapporo Shiroishi 6, Sapporo Shinkotoni 5

Day Two (Sunday, May 19 - at Sapporo Shiroishi):
Sapporo Shinkotoni 7, Sapporo Shiroishi 5
Sapporo Shiroishi 5, Sapporo Shinkotoni 4

Day One (Sunday, June 16 - at Sapporo Shinkotoni):
Sapporo Shiroishi 6, Sapporo Shinkotoni 3
Sapporo Shinkotoni 10, Sapporo Shiroishi 6


Tournament Standings

W

L
Sapporo Shinkotoni 3 3
Sapporo Shiroishi 3 3

The series winner advances to the Japanese Region tournament. If the two teams are tied in the standings after the completion of the series, a championship game will be held.

All-Hokkaido Finals

Championship Game (Sunday, May 16 - at Sapporo Shiroishi):
Sapporo Shinkotoni 15, Sapporo Shiroishi 7 (TITLE)

Sapporo Shinkotoni advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tohoku Tournament

Format: This is a multi-stage tournament. In the first stage, leagues compete in area tournaments that determine which teams qualify for the All-Tohoku tournament. Five teams from the Miyagi/Yamagata block, four teams from the Fukushima block, two teams from the Iwate block, and one teams from the Aomori/Akita block advance to the All-Tohoku finals.

Tournament Results:

We have not received individual game results from the Aomori/Akita block qualifying tournament. Hachinohe advances to the All-Tohoku finals as the Aomori/Akita block champions.

(Fukushima Block participants: Aizu Kitakata, Date, Fukushima, Iwaki, Kooriyama, Shirakawa, and Sukagawa)

(Iwate Block participants: Kitakami, Mizusawa, Morioka Higashi, Morioka Minami, and Morioka Nishi)

(Miyagi/Yamagata Block participants: Miyagi Rifu, Miyagino, Sendai, Sendai Aoba, Sendai Higashi, Sendai Hirose, Sendai Kuromatsu, and Yamagata)

Fukushima Block Tournament

Participants in the Fukushima Block tournament played a single-elimination tournament. The top four finishers advance to the All-Tohoku tournament.

Opening Round (Sunday, April 28):
Iwaki 4, Kooriyama 3
Sukagawa 7, Shirakawa 6 (8 innings)
Date 6, Aizu Kitakata 3

Semifinal Round (Sunday, April 28 and Monday, April 29):
Fukushima 12, Iwaki 7
Sukagawa 11, Date 7

Consolation Game (Monday, April 29):
Iwaki 14, Date 4 (4 innings) (Iwaki advances to the All-Tohoku Finals as the Fukushima third-place team / Date advances as the fourth-place team)

Championship Game (Monday, April 29):
Sukagawa 3, Fukushima 2 (TITLE) (Sukagawa advances to the All-Tohoku Finals as the Fukushima champion / Fukushima advances as the runner-up)

Sukagawa, Fukushima, Iwaki, and Date qualify for the All-Tohoku tournament. Date does not participate in the All-Tohoku finals, and is replaced by Shirakawa, which was the next highest-ranking team.

Iwate Block Tournament

Participants in the Iwate Block tournament played a round robin tournament. The top two finishers advance to the All-Tohoku tournament.

Day One (Tuesday, May 2 - at Morioka Minami):
Kitakami 6, Mizusawa 4
Morioka Nishi 10, Mizusawa 0 (4 innings)
Morioka Minami 12, Morioka Higashi 7
Morioka Nishi 13, Morioka Higashi 5
Morioka Minami 12, Kitakami 9

Day Two (Saturday, May 4):
Kitakami 5, Morioka Nishi 2
Morioka Minami 15, Mizusawa 5 (5 innings)

Day Three (Sunday, May 5):
Kitakami 10, Morioka Higashi 0 (4 innings)
Morioka Nishi 2, Morioka Minami 0
Mizusawa 6, Morioka Higashi 5


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Kitakami 3 1
Morioka Minami 3 1
Morioka Nishi 3 1
Mizusawa 1 3
Morioka Higashi 0 4

Kitakami and Morioka Minami advance to the All-Tohoku tournament.

Miyagi/Yamagata Block Tournament

Participants in the Miyagi/Yamagata Block tournament played a double-elimination tournament until four teams remain. The final unbeaten team and three once-beaten teams advance to the All-Tohoku tournament. The fifth- and sixth-place teams then meet to determine the fifth Miyagi/Yamagata Block qualifier for the All-Tohoku tournament.

Opening Round (Thursday, May 2):
Sendai Kuromatsu 6, Miyagi Rifu 2
Sendai Aoba 5, Miyagino 0
Sendai Hirose 16, Sendai 12
Sendai Higashi 14, Yamagata 1 (4 innings)

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Thursday, May 2):
Sendai Aoba 11, Sendai Kuromatsu 0 (5 innings)
Sendai Hirose 16, Sendai Higashi 8

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (eight teams remain) (Friday, May 3):
Miyagino 9, Miyagi Rifu 5 (elim.)
Sendai 7, Yamagata 2 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final (Friday, May 3):
Sendai Aoba 13, Sendai Hirose 5 (TITLE) (Sendai Aoba advances to the All-Tohoku Finals as the Miyagi/Yamagata champion / Sendai Hirose advances as the runner-up)

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain) (Saturday, May 4):
Miyagino 4, Sendai Higashi 0 (elim.)
Sendai 6, Sendai Kuromatsu 0 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Saturday, May 4):
Miyagino 13, Sendai 3 (4 innings; elim.) (Miyagino advances to the All-Tohoku Finals as the Miyagi/Yamagata third-place team / Sendai advances as the fourth-place team)

Playoff Game (Saturday, May 4):
Game 13 - Sendai Higashi 12, Sendai Kuromatsu 10 (Sendai Higashi advances to the All-Tohoku Finals as the Miyagi/Yamagata fifth-place team)

Sendai Aoba, Sendai Hirose, Miyagino, Sendai, and Sendai Higashi advance to the All-Tohoku tournament.

All-Tohoku Tournament

Format: twelve team, single-elimination tournament, with the three unbeaten teams following the second round advancing to a round-robin playoff.

Opening Round (Saturday, May 25):
Sendai Aoba 15, Shirakawa 2 (5 innings)
Miyagino 10, Morioka Minami 5
Kitakami 3, Sendai 0
Fukushima 5, Sendai Hirose 2
Sendai Higashi 18, Iwaki 2 (6 innings)
Sukagawa 10, Hachinohe 3

Quarterfinal Round (Sunday, May 26):
Sendai Aoba 6, Miyagino 2 (Sendai Aoba advances to the round-robin phase)
Fukushima 5, Kitakami 4 (Fukushima advances to the round-robin phase)
Sendai Higashi 15, Sukagawa 2 (4 innings) (Sendai Higashi advances to the round-robin phase)

Round-Robin Playoff:

Day 1 (Saturday, June 1):
Sendai Aoba 16, Fukushima 1 (4 innings)
Sendai Higashi 13, Sendai Aoba 11
Sendai Higashi 3, Fukushima 1



Round-Robin Standings


W


L
Sendai Higashi 2 0
Sendai Aoba 1 1
Fukushima 0 2

Sendai Higashi and Sendai Aoba advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kitakanto Tournament

Format: This is a two-stage tournament. The first stage is a double-elimination tournament, with the last two undefeated teams and two elimination bracket finalists advancing to the district finals.

In the second stage, the four district finalists play a round-robin schedule that determines the Kitakanto champion.

Tournament Results:

Opening Round (Monday, May 6):
Kawaguchi 13, Koshigaya 0 (4 innings)
Ageo 10, Omiya Kita 0 (4 innings)
Fukaya City 3, Omiya Higashi 1
Omiya 5, Asaka 0

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Monday, May 6):
Kawaguchi 25, Ageo 0 (3 innings) (Kawaguchi advances to round-robin phase)
Fukaya City 7, Omiya 2 (Fukaya City advances to round-robin phase)

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (eight teams remain) (Sunday, May 12):
Koshigaya 10, Omiya Kita 0 (4 innings; elim.)
Omiya Higashi 5, Asaka 0 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Semifinals (six teams remain) (Sunday, May 12):
Koshigaya 1, Omiya 0 (elim.) (Koshigaya advances to round-robin phase)
Omiya Higashi 14, Ageo 3 (4 innings; elim.) (Omiya Higashi advances to round-robin phase)

Round-Robin Playoff:

Day One (Sunday, May 19):
Fukaya City 9, Kawaguchi 4
Koshigaya 4, Omiya Higashi 0
Kawaguchi 9, Koshigaya 4
Omiya Higashi 8, Fukaya City 7

Day Two (Sunday, June 2):
Kawaguchi 10, Omiya Higashi 0 (5 innings)
Fukaya City 14, Koshigaya 1 (4 innings)


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Fukaya City 2 1
Kawaguchi 2 1
Koshigaya 1 2
Omiya Higashi 1 2

Fukaya City advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Higashikanto Tournament

Format: four-team, round-robin tournament, with the round robin champion advancing to the Japanese Region tournament.

Round-Robin results:

(Participating Teams: Chiba City, Ryugasaki, Ushiku, and Yamatake)

Day One (Sunday, May 12 - at Kashima):
Ushiku 22, Yamatake 0 (4 innings)
Ushiku 12, Chiba City 2 (4 innings)
Chiba City 8, Ryugasaki 2

Day Two (Sunday, May 19 - at Kashima):
Ryugasaki 15, Yamatake 1
Ushiku 7, Ryugasaki 0
Chiba City 12, Yamatake 0


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Ushiku 3 0
Chiba City 2 1
Ryugasaki 1 2
Yamatake 0 3

Ushiku advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tokyo Tournament

Format: The All Tokyo tournament uses a modified double-elimination format, with the winner's bracket and elimination bracket champions meet in a winner-take-all game that determines the All-Tokyo champion. The All-Tokyo champion advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

Opening Round (Sunday, May 19 - at Tokyo Kitasuna):
Tokyo Kitasuna 9, Kodaira 0
Tokyo Nakano 18, Tokyo Hiroo 1 (3 innings)
Chofu 6, Hachioji 3

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Sunday, May 26 - at Hachioji / Sunday, June 2 - at Tokyo Nakano):
Tokyo Kitasuna 15, Sumida 0 (3 innings)
Chofu 11, Tokyo Nakano 2

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (seven teams remain) (Sunday, May 26 - at Hachioji):
Kodaira 11, Tokyo Hiroo 1 (4 innings; elim.)
Hachioji 15, Sumida 1 (4 innings; elim.)

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinal (five teams remain) (Sunday, June 2 - at Tokyo Nakano):
Hachioji 6, Kodaira 5 (7 innings; elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final (Sunday, June 9 - at Tokyo Kitasuna):
Chofu 4, Tokyo Kitasuna 1 (Chofu advances to championship game)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Sunday, June 16 - at Hachioji):
Hachioji 3, Tokyo Nakano 2 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain) (Sunday, June 23 - at Tokyo Kitasuna):
Hachioji 7, Tokyo Kitasuna 5 (elim.) (Hachioji advances to championship game)

All-Tokyo Finals

Championship Game (Sunday, June 23 - at Tokyo Kitasuna):
Chofu 17, Hachioji 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

Chofu advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kanagawa Tournament

Tournament Results:

Format: six-team, round-robin tournament, with the top two finishers advancing to the championship series. The round robin result between the two finalists is used as the Game 1 result for the best-of-three championship series. The tournament champion advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Round-Robin results:

(Participating Teams: Asahi, Hiratsuka, Odawara Ashigara, Seya, Yokosuka Chuo, and Zushi)

Day One (Monday, May 6 - at Shonan Galaxy Ohashi Golf Baseball Field, Hiratsuka):
Hiratsuka 8, Seya 1 (5 innings)
Zushi 17, Yokosuka Chuo 9
Seya 9, Zushi 2 (5 innings)

Day Two (Sunday, May 12 - at Mikan Field, Yokosuka Chuo Little League):
Asahi 7, Odawara Ashigara 3
Hiratsuka 10, Yokosuka Chuo 3 (5 innings)
Yokosuka Chuo 7, Asahi 4

Day Three (Sunday, May 19):
Hiratsuka 18, Zushi 1 (4 innings)
Seya 13, Odawara Ashigara 2 (4 innings)
Hiratsuka 23, Odawara Ashigara 0 (3 innings)

Day Four (Sunday, May 26):
Seya 13, Yokosuka Chuo 1
Zushi 9, Asahi 8

Day Five (Sunday, June 2):
Odawara Ashigara 9, Zushi 2
Hiratsuka 3, Asahi 0

Day Six (Saturday, June 8):
Game 14 - Yokosuka Chuo versus Odawara Ashigara (not played)
Game 15 - Asahi versus Seya (not played)


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Hiratsuka 5 0
Seya 3 1
Zushi 2 3
Asahi 1 3
Odawara Ashigara 1 3
Yokosuka Chuo 1 3

All-Kanagawa Finals

NOTE: The result from the round robin meeting between the two finalists is used as Game 1 of the championship series. Hiratsuka defeated Seya 8-1 in the round robin meeting between the two finalists.

Championship Series (Saturday, June 15):
Hiratsuka 9, Seya 3 (TITLE)

Hiratsuka advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Shinetsu Tournament

Format: This is a two-stage tournament. In the first stage, leagues compete in round-robin area tournaments that determine the sixteen qualifiers for the All-Shinetsu tournament. Top finishing teams from the Kitahashi Block tournament, Matsumoto Block tournament, and Niigata Block tournament advance to the All-Shinetsu finals.

In the second stage, participants compete in a single-elimination tournament that determines the Shinetsu champion. Qualifiers are seeded into specific bracket positions for the All-Shinetsu tournament based on their finish in Block tournament play. The bracket is arranged so that teams finishing higher in Block tournament competition do not meet until later rounds. Both the Shinetsu champion and the runner-up advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Kitahigashi Block participants: Mochizuki, Nagano Minami, Sakaki Chikuma, Suzaka/Nagano Higashi, Ueda, and Ueda Minami)

(Matsumoto Block participants: Azumino Hotaka, Hata, Horigane, Iida, Matsumoto Higashi, Matsumoto Kita, Matsumoto Minami, Omachi/Hakuba, Shiojiri/Misato, and Toyoshina)

(Niigata Block participants: Niigata Chuo and Niigata Nishi)

Kitahigashi Block Tournament

Participants in the Kitahigashi Block tournament played a round-robin schedule. The top five finishers advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament.

Day One (Sunday, April 21):
Nagano Minami 4, Suzaka/Nagano Higashi 1
Ueda Minami 10, Sakaki /chikuma 0 (4 innings)
Sakaki Chikuma 4, Nagano Minami 3
Mochizuki 9, Suzaka/Nagano Higashi 0
Ueda Minami 12, Ueda 6

Day Two (Sunday, April 28 - at Mochizuki):
Ueda 8, Sakaki Chikuma 0
Nagano Minami 7, Mochizuki 3
Ueda Minami 16, Mochizuki 0 (3 innings)
Nagano Minami 13, Ueda 4
Ueda Minami 11, Suzaka/Nagano Higashi 0 (4 innings)

Day Three (Friday, May 3):
Mochizuki 5, Sakaki Chikuma 4
Ueda Minami 7, Nagano Minami 5
Sakaki Chikuma 17, Suzaka/Nagano Higashi 0 (4 innings)
Ueda 3, Mochizuki 0
Ueda 10, Suzaka/Nagano Higashi 1


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Ueda Minami 5 0
Nagano Minami 3 2
Ueda 3 2
Mochizuki 2 3
Sakaki Chikuma 2 3
Suzaka/Nagano Higashi 0 5

Ueda Minami, Nagano Minami, Ueda, Mochizuki, and Sakaki Chikuma advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament.

Matsumoto Block Tournament

Participants in the Matsumoto Block tournament played a round-robin schedule. The top eight finishers advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament. The two combined entrants (Omiya/Hakuba and Shiojiri/Misato) are not eligible to advance to the All-Shinetsu finals.

Day One (Sunday, April 7 - at Iida):
Hata 10, Omachi/Hakuba 0 (4 innings)
Azumino Hotaka 8, Matsumoto Higashi 7
Hata 9, Matsumoto Minami 3
Matsumoto Minami 21, Matsumoto Higashi 0 (3 innings)
Matsumoto Kita 2, Horigane 2 (tie game)
Shiojiri/Misato 10, Iida 0 (4 innings)
Horigane 12, Toyoshina 0 (4 innings)
Azumino Hotaka 12, Toyoshina 4

Day Two (Sunday, April 14 - at Shiojiri):
Horigane 8, Azumino Hotaka 1
Matsumoto Minami 9, Iida 1
Matsumoto Kita 7, Omachi/Hakuba 2
Shiojiri/Misato 10, Toyoshina 0 (4 innings)
Omachi/Hakuba 10, Iida 0 (5 innings)
Horigane 6, Matsumoto Higashi 3
Matsumoto Kita 5, Shiojiri/Misato 4
Hata 24, Matsumoto Higashi 1 (3 innings)

Day Three (Sunday, April 21 - at Azumino):
Matsumoto Higashi 15, Iida 3 (4 innings)
Toyoshina 6, Omachi/Hakuba 5
Matsumoto Minami 11, Matsumoto Kita 8
Shiojiri/Misato 14, Horigane 3 (5 innings)
Hata 15, Iida 0 (3 innings)
Azumino Hotaka 5, Omachi/Hakuba 4
Matsumoto Kita 5, Hata 4
Shiojiri/Misato 5, Azumino Hotaka 4

Day Four (Sunday, April 28 - at Azumino):
Matsumoto Minami 10, Azumino Hotaka 3
Hata 11, Toyoshina 0 (4 innings)
Shiojiri/Misato 10, Matsumoto Higashi 4
Matsumoto Kita 10, Iida 0 (4 innings)
Horigane 11, Omachi/Hakuba 1 (5 innings)
Matsumoto Minami 18, Toyoshina 2 (4 innings)
Shiojiri/Misato 5, Omachi/Hakuba 1
Matsumoto Kita 4, Matsumoto Higashi 2

Day Five (Monday, April 29 - at Azumino):
Matsumoto Kita 14, Toyoshina 2 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Minami 15, Shiojiri/Misato 2 (6 innings)
Omachi/Hakuba 1, Matsumoto Higashi 0
Hata 15, Azumino Hotaka 5 (4 innings)
Horigane 10, Matsumoto Minami 9
Iida 1, Toyoshina 0
Hata 10, Horigane 2
Azumino Hotaka 11, Iida 10

Day Six (Friday, May 3 - at Omachi):
Hata 3, Shiojiri/Misato 2
Horigane 9, iida 7
Matsumoto Minami 6, Omachi/Hakuba 1
Matsumoto Higashi 9, Toyoshina 9 (tie game)
Matsumoto Kita 12, Azumino Hotaka 1 (4 innings)


Round-Robin Standings

W

L

T
Hata 8 1 0
Matsumoto Kita 7 1 1
Matsumoto Minami 7 2 0
Horigane 6 2 1
Shiojiri/Misato 6 3 0
Azumino Hotaka 4 5 0
Omachi/Hakuba 2 7 0
Matsumoto Higashi 1 7 1
Toyoshina 1 7 1
Iida 1 8 0

Hata, Matsumoto Kita, Matsumoto Minami, Horigane, Azumino Hotaka, Matsumoto Higashi, Toyoshina, and Iida advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament.

Niigata Block Tournament

The two entrants in the Niigata Block tournament played a two-game series. Both entrants advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament. Ties are broken on run differential.

Day One (Sunday, April 28):
Niigata Chuo 9, Niigata Nishi 4
Niigata Nishi 6, Niigata Chuo 3


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Niigata Chuo 1 1
Niigata Nishi 1 1

Niigata Chuo and Niigata Nishi advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament.

All-Shinetsu Tournament

The All-Shinetsu tournament is a fifteen team, single-elimination tournament. The winner advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Bracket slots for this tournament are determined by teams' finish in block tournament competition.

Opening Round (Sunday, May 19 - at Matsumoto City Baseball Stadium; High House Sports Square, Azumino; and Hirase Ryokuchi Park, Matsumoto):
Matsumoto Minami 10, Sakaki Chikuma 1
Nagano Minami 13, Azumino Hotaka 0 (5 innings)
Niigata Chuo 14, Toyoshina 12
Matsumoto Kita 6, Mochizuki 5
Ueda 10, Matsumoto Higashi 0 (4 innings)
Niigata Nishi 12, Horigane 2 (5 innings)
Ueda Minami 10, Iida 0 (4 innings)

Quarterfinal Round (Sunday, May 19 - at Matsumoto City Baseball Stadium; High House Sports Square, Azumino; and Hirase Ryokuchi Park, Matsumoto):
Hata 12, Matsumoto Minami 2 (5 innings)
Nagano Minami 13, Niigata Chuo 0 (4 innings)
Ueda 10, Matsumoto Kita 3
Ueda Minami 19, Niigata Nishi 1 (4 innings)

Semifinal Round:
Hata 13, Nagano Minami 6
Ueda 12, Ueda Minami 7

Championship Game:
Hata 11, Ueda 9 (TITLE) (Hata advances to the Japanese Region tournament as the Shinetsu champion, and Ueda advances as the Shinetsu runner-up)

Hata and Ueda advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tokai Tournament

Format: Seventeen team, double-elimination tournament, with both the winner's bracket champion and elimination bracket champion advancing to the Japanese Region tournament. The two teams do not meet in a championship game.

Tournament Results:

Opening Round (Friday, May 3):
Owari Ichimiya 15, Numazu 0 (3 innings)

Winner's Bracket - Round 2 (Friday, May 3):
Owari Ichimiya 4, Hamamatsu Minami 1
Gifu Tohno 12, Chita 0 (5 innings)
Aichi Nishi 13, Suzaka 6
Meito Chikusa 6, Nagoya Kita 3
Hamamatsu 11, Aichi Kinuura 0 (4 innings)
Okazaki 6, Kanazawa 2
Matsusaka 16, Inuyama 6 (4 innings)
Anjo 10, Toyota 0 (4 innings)

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (seventeen teams remain) (Saturday, May 4):
Aichi Kinuura 9, Inuyama 7 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket - Round 2 (sixteen teams remain) (Saturday, May 4):
Aichi Kinuura 25, Numazu 5 (3 innings; elim.)
Chita 11, Kanazawa 4 (elim.)
Hamamatsu Minami 8, Suzaka 0 (5 innings; elim.)
Nagoya Kita 12, Toyota 2 (4 innings; elim.)

Winner's Bracket Quarterfinals (Saturday, May 4):
Owari Ichimiya 10, Gifu Tohno 0 (4 innings)
Meito Chikusa 7, Aichi Nishi 0
Okazaki 2, Hamamatsu 1
Anjo 2, Matsusaka 0

Elimination Bracket - Round 3 (twelve teams remain) (Sunday, May 12):
Aichi Nishi 11, Aichi Kinuura 4 (elim.)
Matsusaka 3, Chita 2 (elim.)
Hamamatsu Minami 7, Hamamatsu 0 (elim.)
Nagoya Kita 10, Gifu Tohno 0 (4 innings; elim.)

Elimination Bracket - Round 4 (eight teams remain) (Sunday, May 12):
Matsusaka 2, Aichi Nishi 1 (elim.)
Hamamatsu Minami 7, Nagoya Kita 6 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Sunday, May 12):
Meito Chikusa 7, Owari Ichimiya 6
Anjo 9, Okazaki 7

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain) (Sunday, May 19):
Okazaki 5, Matsusaka 4 (elim.)
Hamamatsu Minami 10, Owari Ichimiya 9 (7 innings; elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final (Sunday, May 26):
Meito Chikusa versus Anjo (not played; Anjo removed from tournament)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (three teams remain) (Sunday, May 26):
Hamamatsu Minami 4, Okazaki 2 (elim.)

Championship Game (Sunday, May 26):
Hamamatsu Minami 5, Meito Chikusa 4 (TITLE) (Hamamatsu Minami advances to the Japanese Region tournament as the Tokai champion, and Meito Chikusa advances as the Tokai runner-up)

Hamamatsu Minami and Meito Chikusa both advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kansai Tournament

Format: Pool play tournament, with leagues divided into two pools for round-robin competition. The top two teams in each pool advance to the All-Kansai finals, and the top two finishers in the All-Kansai finals both advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Pool 'A' Tournament Participants: Hirakata, Hyogo Harima, Kakogawa, Kansai Minami, and Osaka Minami)

(Pool 'B' Tournament Participants: Daito, Hyogo, Osaka City, Osaka Takatsuki, and Takarazuka)

Pool Competition results:

Pool 'A' Tournament

Day 1 (Thursday, May 2 - at Hyogo Harima):
Hirakata 10, Kakogawa 3
Kansai Minami 2, Osaka Minami 1
Hyogo Harima 3, Hirakata 2
Kakogawa 3, Kansai Minami 0
Hyogo Harima 10, Osaka Minami 0 (4 innings)

Day 2 (Sunday, May 19 - at Hyogo Harima):
Hyogo Harima 11, Kansai Minami 1 (5 innings)
Osaka Minami 7, Hirakata 3
Osaka Minami 4, Kakogawa 4 (tie game)
Kansai Minami 8, Hirakata 8 (tie game)
Hyogo Harima 9, Kakogawa 1

Pool 'B' Tournament

Day 1 (Thursday, May 2 - at Hyogo Harima):
Osaka Takatsuki 10, Hyogo 0 (4 innings)
Takarazuka 5, Daito 4
Osaka City 11, Hyogo 2
Osaka Takatsuki 14, Daito 4 (5 innings)
Osaka City 8, Takarazuka 1

Day 2 (Saturday, May 18 - at Hirakata):
Osaka City 13, Daito 0 (4 innings)
Takarazuka 18, Hyogo 8 (4 innings)

Day 3 (Sunday, May 19 - at Daito):
Osaka City 11, Osaka Takatsuki 1 (6 innings)
Hyogo 11, Daito 5
Osaka Takatsuki 4, Takarazuka 3


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L

T
Hyogo Harima 4 0 0
Osaka Minami 1 2 1
Hirakata 1 2 1
Kakogawa 1 2 1
Kansai Minami 1 2 1

Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Osaka City 4 0
Osaka Takatsuki 3 1
Takarazuka 2 2
Hyogo 1 3
Daito 0 4

All-Kansai Finals

Semifinal Round (Sunday, June 2 - at Hirakata):
Hyogo Harima 15, Osaka Takatsuki 1 (4 innings)
Osaka City 10, Osaka Minami 2

Championship Game (Sunday, June 2 - at Hirakata):
Osaka City 9, Hyogo Harima 5 (TITLE)

Osaka City and Hyogo Harima advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Chugoku Tournament

Format: Pool play tournament, with leagues divided into two pools for round-robin competition. Two teams from each pool advance to the All-Chugoku finals, and the Chugoku champion advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Pool 'A' Tournament Participants: Hiroshima Aki, Hiroshima Kita, and Okayama)

(Pool 'B' Tournament Participants: Hiroshima Minami, Hiroshima Nishi, Hiroshima Saiki, and Yamaguchi Higashi)

Pool Competition results:

Day 1 (Sunday, March 17):
Hiroshima Kita 13, Okayama 2 (5 innings)
Hiroshima Saiki 12, Hiroshima Nishi 7

Day 2 (Thursday, March 21):
Hiroshima Aki 8, Okayama 6
Hiroshima Aki 6, Hiroshima Kita 1

Day 3 (Sunday, March 24:
Hiroshima Minami 12, Yamaguchi Higashi 10
Yamaguchi Higashi 11, Hiroshima Saiki 10
Hiroshima Nishi 21, Hiroshima Minami 1 (5 innings)


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Hiroshima Aki 2 0
Hiroshima Kita 1 1
Okayama 0 2

Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Hiroshima Nishi 1 1
Hiroshima Minami 1 1
Hiroshima Saiki 1 1
Yamaguchi Higashi 1 1

All-Chugoku Finals

Semifinal Round (Sunday, March 31):
Hiroshima Aki 14, Hiroshima Minami 2 (4 innings)
Okayama 16, Hiroshima Nishi 4 (4 innings)

Championship Game (Sunday, March 31):
Hiroshima Aki 14, Okayama 11 (TITLE)

Hiroshima Aki advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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