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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. Two teams from the Iwate block, as well as the winners of the Miyagi/Yamagata block and Fukushima block advance to the All-Tohoku finals. Prior to the All-Tohoku finals, the winners of the Miyagi/Yamagata and Fukusnima block tournaments meet in a seeding game, with the winner paired against the Iwate block runner-up and the loser facing the Iwate block champion in the All-Tohoku finals.

The top two finishers in the All-Tohoku tournament advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Fukushima Block participants: Fukushima, Shirakawa, and Sukagawa)

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

(Miyagi/Yamagata Block participants: Miyagi Rifu, Miyagino, and Yamagata)

Fukushima Block Tournament

Participants in the Fukushima block tournament played a round robin tournament, with the winner advancing to a seeding game against the Miyagi/Yamagata block champion and to the All-Tohoku tournament.

Day One (Tuesday, May 3 - at Shirakawa):
Shirakawa 7, Sukagawa 4
Sukagawa 8, Fukushima 6
Fukushima 7, Shirakawa 1


Round-Robin Standings

W

L

+/-
Fukushima 1 1 +4
Sukagawa 1 1 -1
Shirakawa 1 1 -3

Fukushima advances to the a seeding game against the winner of the Miyagi/Yamagata block tournament.

Iwate Block Tournament

Participants in the Iwate Block tournament played a single elimination tournament. The top two finishers advance to the All-Tohoku finals.

Opening Round (Sunday, May 2):
Morioka Higashi 6, Hachinohe 0

Semifinal Round (Sunday, May 2):
Morioka Higashi 14, Mizusawa 0 (4 innings)
Morioka Nishi 10, Kitakami 0 (4 innings)

Championship Game (Saturday, May 8):
Morioka Higashi 10, Morioka Nishi 0 (4 innings; TITLE) (Morioka Higashi advances to the All-Tohoku Finals as the Iwate champion / Morioka Nishi advances as the runner-up)

Morioka Higashi and Morioka Nishi advance to the All-Tohoku tournament.

Miyagi/Yamagata Block Tournament

Participants in the Miyagi/Yamagata block tournament played a round robin tournament, with the winner advancing to a seeding game against the Fukushima block champion and to the All-Tohoku tournament.

Day One (Sunday, May 15 - at Takagino Mori Ground):
Miyagino 10, Miyagi Rifu 1 (5 innings)
Yamagata 10, Miyagi Rifu 0 (5 innings)
Miyagino 3, Yamagata 2


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Miyagino 2 0
Yamagata 1 1
Miyagi Rifu 0 2

Miyagino advances to the a seeding game against the winner of the Fukushima block tournament.

Miyagi/Yamagata Block - Fukushima Block Seeding Game

Seeding Game (Sunday, June 20):
Miyagino 4, Fukushima 3

Miyagino will face the Iwate block champion in the All-Tohoku tournament, and Fukushima will face the Iwate block runner-up.

All-Tohoku Tournament

Format: single-elimination tournament, with the top two finishers advancing to the Japanese Region tournamnent.

Semifinal Round (Saturday, July 3):
Morioka Higashi 5, Fukushima 1
Miyagino 7, Morioka Nishi 2

Championship Game (Saturday, July 3):
Morioka Higashi 10, Miyagino 5 (TITLE)

Morioka Higashi and Miyagino advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kitakanto Tournament

Format: Modified double elimination tournament, with the winner of the championship game advancing to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

Modified Double-Elimination Tournament

Opening Round (Sunday, April 18):
Fukaya City 13, Koshigaya 1 (5 innings)

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Sunday, April 18):
Kawaguchi 16, Ageo City 0 (3 innings)
Fukaya City 8, Omiya Higashi 2

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (five teams remain) (Sunday, April 25):
Koshigaya 6, Ageo City 2 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Sunday, April 25):
Koshigaya 8, Omiya Higashi 4 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final (Sunday, April 25):
Fukaya City 3, Kawaguchi 1 (Fukaya City advances to championship game)

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain) (Tuesday, May 4):
Kawaguchi 11, Koshigaya 6 (elim.) (Kawaguchi advances to championship game)

Championship Game (Tuesday, May 4):

Fukaya City 4, Kawaguchi 3 (7 innings; TITLE)

Fukaya City advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Higashikanto Tournament

Format: three-team, round-robin tournament, with the top two teams advancing to the championship game. The All-Higashikanto champion advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Round-Robin results:

(Participating Teams: Chiba City, Omitama, and Ryugasaki)

Day One (Sunday, May 16):
Chiba City 27, Omitama 1
Ryugasaki 12, Chiba City 2
Ryugasaki 15, Omitama 0


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Ryugasaki 2 0
Chiba City 1 1
Omitama 0 2

All-Higashikanto Finals

Championship Game (Sunday, June 6):
Ryugasaki 6, Chiba City 5 (TITLE)

Ryugasaki advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tokyo 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-Tokyo finals, and the winner of the All-Tokyo finals advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Prior to the start of the All-Tokyo tournament, two teams assigned to Pool 'A' withdrew from the tournament. This left Pool 'A' with just two participating teams. These two teams played a single game to determine the pool winner and runner-up, and both advanced to the All-Tokyo finals.

Tournament Results:

(Pool 'A' Tournament Participants: Chofu and Tokyo Kitasuna)

(Pool 'B' Tournament Participants: Hachioji, Kodaira, and Musashi Fuchu)

Pool Competition results:

Pool 'A' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, June 6):
Tokyo Kitasuna 5, Chofu 3

Pool 'B' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, May 30):
Musashi Fuchu 10, Hachioji 0 (4 innings)

Day 2 (Sunday, June 6):
Hachioji 8, Kodaira 1

Day 3 (Sunday, June 13):
Musashi Fuchu 12, Kodaira 1 (5 innings)


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Tokyo Kitasuna 1 0
Chofu 0 1

Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Musashi Fuchu 2 0
Hachioji 1 1
Kodaira 0 2

All-Tokyo Finals

Semifinal Round (Sunday, June 20):
Hachioji 9, Tokyo Kitasuna 3
Musashi Fuchu 11, Chofu 2

Championship Game (Sunday, June 20):
Musashi Fuchu 11, Hachioji 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

Musashi Fuchu advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Shinetsu Tournament

Format: This is a three-stage tournament. In the first stage, leagues compete in round-robin area tournaments that determine the nine 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. For 2021, Niigata leagues fielded a single combined tournament team, so no Niigata Block tournament was played.

In the second stage, participants are divided into three pools for round robin competition. Qualifiers are seeded into specific bracket positions based on their finish in Block tournament play, with the bracket arranged so that teams finishing higher in Block tournament competition are distributed into different pools. Following round robin competition, the three pool winners and the second place team with the best runs per defensive inning ratio advance to the tournament's third stage.

In the third stage, the four remaining teams play a single elimination tournament that determines the Shinetsu champion. Both the Shinetsu champion and the runner-up advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Kitahigashi Block participants: Mochizuki, Nagano Minami, Suzaka/Obuse, Ueda, and Ueda Minami)

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

(Niigata Block participants: Niigata)

Kitahigashi Block Tournament

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

Day One (Sunday, April 25):
Ueda Minami 13, Ueda 0 (6 innings)
Suzaka/Obuse 22, Mochizuki 0 (3 innings)
Suzaka/Obuse 12, Nagano Minami 9

Day Two (Sunday, May 2):
Suzaka/Obuse 12, Ueda 3
Ueda 5, Nagano Minami 4
Ueda Minami 9, Mochizuki 1
Nagano Minami 11, Mochizuki 9

Day Three (Monday, May 3):
Nagano Minami 6, Ueda Minami 4
Ueda Minami 10, Suzaka/Obuse 0 (6 innings)
Ueda 15, Mochizuki 5 (4 innings)


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Ueda Minami 3 1
Suzaka/Obuse 3 1
Ueda 2 2
Nagano Minami 2 2
Mochizuka 0 4

Ueda Minami, Suzaka/Obuse, and Ueda advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament.

Matsumoto Block Tournament

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

Day One (Sunday, April 11 - at Iida):
Omachi/Hakuba 6, Iida 3
Matsumoto Minami 10, Toyoshina 0 (5 innings)
Omachi/Hakuba 14, Hata 6
Matsumoto Higashi 8, Matsumoto Kita 2
Iida 15, Azumino Union 1 (4 innings)
Toyoshina 16, Shiojiri 1 (3 innings)

Day Two (Sunday, April 25 - at Takaya Sports Plaza):
Shuijiri 5, Azumino Union 4
Matsumoto Kita 11, Iida 0 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Higashi 13, Toyoshina 0 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Kita 15, Matsumoto Minami 0 (6 innings)
Omachi/Hakuba 10, Azumino Union 0 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Minami 7, Hata 0

Day Three (Saturday, May 1 - at Shimoshima Sports Plaza and Yamanobe Sports Plaza):
Toyoshina 18, Azumino Union 7 (6 innings)
Omachi/Hakuba 12, Shiojiri 2 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Kita 10, Hata 2
Matsumoto Higashi 10, Shiojiri 0 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Minami 8, Iida 0
Omachi/Hakuba 5, Matsumoto Higashi 5 (tie game)

Day Four (Sunday, May 2 - at Hirase Ground and Yamabe Athletic Field):
Matsumoto Minami 15, Shiojiri 3 (5 innings)
Matsumoto Higashi 5, Hata 3
Matsumoto Minami 5, Omachi/Hakuba 5 (tie game)
Toyoshina 4, Iida 2
Matsumoto Kita 16, Shiojiri 0 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Higashi 12, Azumino Union 1 (4 innings)

Day Five (Monday, May 3 - at Takaya Sports Plaza):
Matsumoto Minami 21, Azumino Union 1 (3 innings)
Shiojiri 9, Iida 3
Toyoshina 5, Hata 2
Omachi/Hakuba 10, Matsumoto Kita 3
Hata 16, Azumino Union 2 (4 innings)
Matsumoto Higashi 10, Iida 0 (4 innings)

Day Six (Postponed to Tuesday, May 4 - at Takaya Sports Plaza):
Hata 8, Iida 2
Matsumoto Kita 15, Azumino Union 0 (3 innings)
Matsumoto Higashi 9, Matsumoto Minami 2
Omachi/Hakuba 10, Toyoshina 3
Hata 29, Shiojiri 4 (3 innings)
Toyoshina 6, Matsumoto Kita 4


Round-Robin Standings

W

L

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

Matsumoto Higashi, Omachi/Hakuba, Matsumoto Minami, Toyoshina, and Matsumoto Kita advance to the All-Shinetsu tournament. Matsumoto Higashi does not participate in this tournament, and is replaced by Hata.

Niigata Block Tournament

Niigata-based leagues form a single combined tournament team, and that team begins play at the All-Shinetsu tournament.

All-Shinetsu Tournament

The All-Shinetsu tournament is a two-stage tournament. In the first stage, the nine qualifying teams are organized into three pools for round robin competition. The three pool winners and the second place team with the best runs per defensive inning ratio advance to the semifinal round. The All-Shinetsu champion and runner-up both advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

Pool assignments for this tournament are determined by teams' finish in block tournament competition.

(Pool 'A' Tournament Participants: Omachi/Hakuba, Suzaka/Obuse, and Hata)

(Pool 'B' Tournament Participants: Ueda Minami, Toyoshina, and Matsumoto Kita)

(Pool 'C' Tournament Participants: Niigata, Matsumoto Minami, and Ueda)

Pool 'A' Tournament:

Day 1 (Sunday, May 16 - at Matsumoto City Baseball Stadium):
Omachi/Hakuba 11, Suzaka/Obuse 1 (4 innings)
Suzaka/Obuse 8, Hata 6
Omachi/Hakuba 10, Hata 9

Pool 'B' Tournament:

Day 1 (Sunday, May 16 - at Takaya Sports Plaza):
Ueda Minami 3, Toyoshina 0
Toyoshina 3, Matsumoto Kita 2
Ueda Minami 7, Matsumoto Kita 0

Pool 'C' Tournament:

Day 1 (Sunday, May 16 - at Takaya Sports Plaza):
Ueda 7, Matsumoto Minami 6
Matsumoto Minami 11, Niigata 1 (4 innings)
Ueda 18, Niigata 0 (4 innings)


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Omachi/Hakuba 2 0
Suzaka/Obuse 1 1
Hata 0 2

Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Ueda Minami 2 0
Toyoshina 1 1
Matsumoto Kita 0 2

Pool 'C' Standings

W

L
Ueda 2 0
Matsumoto Minami 1 1
Niigata 0 2

Toyoshina has the best runs per defensive inning ratio among the three pool runner-up teams, and advances to the All-Shinetsu finals along with the three pool winners.

All-Shinetsu Finals
At Matsumoto City Baseball Stadium

Semifinal Round (Sunday, May 23):
Ueda Minami 11, Toyoshina 0 (6 innings
Omachi/Hakuba 4, Ueda 2

Championship Game (Sunday, May 23):
Ueda Minami 6, Omachi/Hakuba 1 (TITLE) (Ueda Minami advances to the Japanese Region tournament as the Shinetsu champion, and Omachi/Hakuba advances as the Shinetsu runner-up)

Ueda Minami and Omachi/Hakuba advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tokai Tournament
Championship Game at Okazaki Hadanashi Grounds

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 (Saturday, May 8):
Chita 5, Aichi Kinuura 2

Winner's Bracket - Round 2 (Saturday, May 8):
Hamamatsu Minami 7, Chita 4
Kanazawa 10, Toyohashi 0 (4 innings)
Anjo 15, Ise 0 (3 innings)
Owari Ichimiya 9, Meito Chikusa 3
Hamamatsu 12, Nagoya Kita 1 (5 innings)
Okazaki 19, Aichi Iwakura 0 (3 innings)
Toyota 8, Gifu Tohno 7
Fuji 7, Aichi Nishi 2

Elimination Bracket - Round 1 (seventeen teams remain) (Sunday, May 9):
Nagoya Kita 8, Gifu Tohno 2 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket - Round 2 (sixteen teams remain) (Sunday, May 9):
Aichi Kinuura 14, Nagoya Kita 7 (elim.)
Aichi Iwakura 7, Toyohashi 1 (elim.)
Chita 20, Ise 5 (6 innings; elim.)
Aichi Nishi 6, Meito Chikusa 0 (forfeit; elim.)

Winner's Bracket Quarterfinals (Sunday, May 8):
Kanazawa 2, Hamamatsu Minami 0 (7 innings)
Anjo 10, Owari Ichimiya 0 (4 innings)
Hamamatsu 3, Okazaki 2
Fuji 14, Toyota 2 (5 innings)

Elimination Bracket - Round 3 (twelve teams remain) (Sunday, May 23):
Aichi Kinuura 10, Owari Ichimiya 0 (5 innings; elim.)
Toyota 10, Aichi Iwakura 0 (5 innings; elim.)
Okazaki 8, Chita 2 (elim.)
Hamamatsu Minami 2, Aichi Nishi 0 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Sunday, May 23):
Anjo 12, Kanazawa 2 (5 innings)
Hamamatsu 7, Fuji 6

Elimination Bracket - Round 4 (eight teams remain) (Sunday, May 30):
Aichi Kinuura 10, Toyota 7 (elim.)
Okazaki 8, Hamamatsu Minami 0 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain) (Sunday, May 30):
Fuji 9, Aichi Kinuura 1 (elim.)
Kanazawa 1, Okazaki 0 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final (Sunday, June 6):
Hamamatsu 11, Anjo 9 (Hamamatsu advances to the Japanese Region tournament)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (three teams remain) (Sunday, June 6):
Fuji 1, Kanazawa 0 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (three teams remain) (Sunday, June 6):
Anjo 15, Fuji 0 (5 innings; elim.) (Anjo advances to the Japanese Region tournament)

Hamamatsu and Anjo both advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kansai Tournament

Format: Pool play tournament, with leagues divided into four pools for round-robin competition. The winner of each pool advances 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: Hyogo Yamasaki, Kansai Minami, and Takatsuki)

(Pool 'B' Tournament Participants: Himeji Chuoh, Hyogo, and Toyonaka)

(Pool 'C' Tournament Participants: Daito, Kakogawa, and Osaka City)

(Pool 'D' Tournament Participants: Osaka Minami, Takarazuka, and Yamato Takada)

Pool Competition results:

Pool 'A' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, June 22 - at Izumisano):
Takatsuki 7, Hyogo Yamasaki 1
Hyogo Yamasaki 6, Kansai Minami 4
Takatsuki 13, Kansai Minami 4 (4 innings)

Pool 'B' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, June 22 - at Seijo Yoshikawa Grounds):
Himeji Chuoh 9, Toyonaka 4
Toyonaka 4, Hyogo 2
Hyogo 4, Himeji Chuoh 4 (tie game)

Pool 'C' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, June 22 - at Daito):
Osaka City 11, Kakogawa 1 (6 innings)
Daito 3, Kakogawa 1
Osaka City 8, Daito 3

Pool 'D' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, June 22 - at Yamato Takada):
Takarazuka 15, Osaka Minami 0 (3 innings)
Yamato Takada 10, Osaka Minami 0 (4 innings)
Takarazuka 18, Yamato Takada 0 (3 innings)


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Takatsuki 2 0
Hyogo Yamasaki 1 1
Kansai Minami 0 2

Pool 'B' Standings

W

L

T
Himeji Chuoh 1 0 1
Toyonaka 1 1 0
Hyogo 0 1 1

Pool 'C' Standings

W

L
Osaka City 2 0
Daito 1 1
Kakogawa 0 2

Pool 'D' Standings

W

L
Takarazuka 2 0
Yamato Takada 1 1
Osaka Minami 0 2

The winner of each pool advances to the All-Kansai finals.

All-Kansai Finals
Host - Daito

Semifinal Round (Saturday, July 3):
Takatsuki 11, Himeji Chuoh 1 (4 innings)
Takarazuka 3, Osaka City 0

Championship Game (Saturday, July 3):
Takarazuka 19, Takatsuki 2 (4 innings; TITLE)

Takarazuka and Takatsuki advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Chugoku Tournament

Format: five-team, round-robin tournament. Tiebreaking games will be held if there is a tie for first place at the conclusion of round-robin play.

Tournament Results:

Round-Robin results:

(Participating Teams: Hiroshima Aki, Hiroshima Minami, Hiroshima Kita, Hiroshima Nishi, and Yamaguchi Higashi)

Day One (Sunday, March 14):
Hiroshima Kita 11, Yamaguchi Higashi 3 (4 innings)
Hiroshima Nishi 13, Hiroshima Aki 2 (5 innings)
Hiroshima Minami 12, Yamaguchi Higashi 0 (4 innings)

Day Two (Sunday, April 11):
Hiroshima Aki 4, Hiroshima Kita 2
Hiroshima Nishi 13, Yamaguchi Higashi 0 (4 innings)
Hiroshima Minami 8, Hiroshima Kita 0
Hiroshima Nishi 7, Hiroshima Minami 4

Day Three (Saturday, April 18):
Hiroshima Aki 6, Yamaguchi Higashi 0 (forfeit)
Hiroshima Nishi 8, Hiroshima Kita 0 (5 innings)
Hiroshima Aki 11, Hiroshima Minami 1 (5 innings)


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Hiroshima Nishi 4 0
Hiroshima Aki 3 1
Hiroshima Minami 2 2
Hiroshima Kita 1 3
Yamaguchi Higashi 0 4

Hiroshima Nishi advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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