Last updated on Saturday, 23 October 2004

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Championship & League Winners

Japan


Japanese Championship
1966 Iwakura
1967 Iwakura
1968 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1969 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1970 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1971 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1972 No championship contested (League from Nov 72 to Feb 73)
1973 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1974 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei (League from Nov 73 to Feb 74)
1974 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa (League from Nov 74 to Dec 74)
1975 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1976 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1977 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1978 No championship contested (League from Oct 78 to Jan 79)
1979 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1979 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei (League from Oct 79 to Dec 79)
1980 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
1981 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1982 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1983 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1984 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1985 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1986 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1987 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1988 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1989 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1990 Oji-Seishi, Tomakomei
1991 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1992 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1993 Shin-Oji Seishi, Tomakomei
1994 No championship contested (League from Nov 94 to Mar 95)
1995 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1996 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo (League from Sep 96 to Dec 96)
1997 No championship contested (League from Oct 97 to Apr 98)
1998 Kokudo-Keikaku, Karuisawa
1999 Kokudo, Tokyo
2000 Seibu-Tetsudo, Tokyo
2001 Kokudo Keikaku
2002 Kokudo Keikaku
2003 Kokudo Keikaku
2004 Kokudo Tokyo

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