The All-Japan judo championships (全日本柔道選手権大会, Zennihon jūdō senshuken taikai) is a judo tournament held every year in Japan. The men's tournament is held in Nippon Budokan on 29 April and the women's tournament (dubbed "Empress cup All-Japan women's Judo championships") is held in Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium in April. The Kodokan and All Japan Judo Federation sponsor the championship.
|Current event or competition:|
2020 All-Japan Judo Championships
|Organiser||All Japan Judo Federation|
|First edition||1930 in Nippon Budokan, Japan|
|Most wins||Yasuhiro Yamashita : 9 titles|
This tournament has only one open-weight division. Weight distinction is held as All-Japan Selected Judo Championships (全日本選抜柔道体重別選手権大会, Zennihon senbatsu jūdō taijūbetsu senshuken taikai) and Kodokan Cup (講道館杯, Kōdōkan hai) particularly.
For Japanese Judoka, this is one of the three major judo titles, along with the Olympic Games and World Championships. Since 2011 All Japan Judo Championship is fought with International rules.
- Most titles
- Most Participation
- Youngest champion
- Lightest champion
- 2018 – Hisayoshi Harasawa
- 2017 – Takeshi Ojitani
- 2016 – Takeshi Ojitani
- 2015 – Hisayoshi Harasawa
- 2014 – Takeshi Ojitani
- 2013 – Takamasa Anai
- 2012 – Hirotaka Kato
- 2011 – Keiji Suzuki
- 2010 – Kazuhiko Takahashi
- 2009 – Takamasa Anai
- 2008 – Satoshi Ishii
- 2007 – Keiji Suzuki
- 2006 – Satoshi Ishii
- "近代柔道 2010年3月号 これで君も柔道博士". Baseball Magazine Sha Co., Ltd. 20 February 2010.
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