Kido Prize Winners
This is a translation of a table from the Japanese Wikipedia.
Explanation
The Kido Prizes are a series of awards, originally arranged by the Nihon Ki-in's Kido magazine, which has been held since 1967.
The Japanese table includes a column converting Gregorian dating (eg. 1967年) to Japanese era dating (eg. 昭和42, ie. Showa 42). This has been omitted for the sake of space.
There are ten categories of prize listed. From left to right:
- 1. 最優秀棋士賞 (Most Outstanding)
- 2. 最多勝利賞 (Most Wins)
- 3. 勝率第1位賞 (Winning Percentage)
- 4. 連勝記録賞 (Winning Streak)
- 5. 殊勲賞 (Outstanding)
- 6. 敢闘賞 (Kiai Prize)
- 7. 技能賞 (Technique)
- 8. 女流賞 (Women's Prize)
- 9. 新人賞 (New Star)
- 10. 特別賞 (Special Prize)
The 16th (1982) edition was the first in which no-one won a prize for the first time. This happened again in the 22nd (1988), 25th (1991) and 27th (1993).
Winners by Year
(from 歴代受賞者)
Edition | Year | Most Outstanding | Most Wins | Winning Percentage | Winning Streak | Outstanding | Kiai Prize | Technique | Women's Prize | New Star | Special Prize |
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1st | 1967 | Sakata Eio | Rin Kaiho | Okubo Ichigen | Okubo Ichigen | Takemiya Masaki | Iwamoto Kaoru | Hisai Keishi | Kitani Reiko | Kato Masao | |
2nd | 1968 | Takagawa Kaku | Takagawa Kaku, Fujisawa Hideyuki | Takagawa Kaku | Fujisawa Hideyuki | Kodama Yukiko? ^{[1]} | Ishida Yoshio | Kato Masao | Kitani Reiko | Takemiya Masaki | |
3rd | 1969 | Rin Kaiho | Fujisawa Hideyuki | Kajiwara Takeo | Fujisawa Hosai | Otake Hideo | Kato Masao | Takemiya Masaki | Honda Sachiko | Ishida Yoshio | |
4th | 1970 | Otake Hideo | Ishida Yoshio | Ishida Yoshio | Ishida Yoshio | Takemiya Masaki | Kudo Norio | Kato Masao | Kitani Reiko | Cho Hunhyeon | |
5th | 1971 | Ishida Yoshio | Ishida Yoshio, Kato Masao | Shimamura Toshihiro | Shimamura Toshihiro | Kudo Norio | Fujisawa Hosai | Sugiuchi Masao | Cho Chikun | ||
6th | 1972 | Sakata Eio | Takagi Shoichi, Kato Masao | Takagi Shoichi | Kato Masao | Cho Chikun | Sugiuchi Masao | Ohira Shuzo | Honda Sachiko | Kobayashi Koichi | |
7th | 1973 | Rin Kaiho | Takemiya Masaki | Takemiya Masaki | Takemiya Masaki | Kobayashi Koichi | Iwamoto Kaoru | Ishii Kunio | Sugiuchi Masao | Yamashiro Hiroshi | |
8th | 1974 | Ishida Yoshio | Takemiya Masaki | Tozawa Akinobu | Tsuchida Masamitsu, Tozawa Akinobu | Cho Chikun | Kobayashi Koichi | Shimamura Toshihiro | Shiratori Sumiko | Kamimura Haruo | |
9th | 1975 | Otake Hideo | Cho Chikun | Ohira Shuzo | Kobayashi Koichi | Cho Chikun | Sakata Eio | Ohira Shuzo | Ogawa Tomoko | Kori Toshio? | |
10th | 1976 | Kato Masao | Kato Masao, Cho Chikun | Takemiya Masaki | Takagi Shoichi | Takemiya Masaki | Kobayashi Koichi | Cho Chikun | Kobayashi Chizu | Kobayashi Satoru | |
11th | 1977 | Kato Masao | Rin Kaiho | Rin Kaiho | Rin Kaiho | Kobayashi Koichi | Shimamura Toshihiro | Kudo Norio | Kobayashi Chizu | Aragaki Takeshi | |
12th | 1978 | Kato Masao | Otake Hideo | Hane Yasumasa | Otake Hideo | Yamashiro Hiroshi | Hane Yasumasa | Ishida Akira | Ogawa Tomoko | O Rissei | |
13th | 1979 | Kato Masao | Cho Chikun, Rin Kaiho | Hashimoto Yoshimi | Cho Chikun | Cho Chikun | Haruyama Isamu | Ishida Akira | Ogawa Tomoko | Kataoka Satoshi | |
14th | 1980 | Cho Chikun | Cho Chikun | Sato Masaharu | Yamabe Toshiro | Fukui Masaaki | Sato Masaharu | Yamabe Toshiro | Kitani Reiko | Ito Yoji | |
15th | 1981 | Cho Chikun | Yamashiro Hiroshi | Yamashiro Hiroshi | Yamashiro Hiroshi | O Meien | Yoda Norimoto | Kobayashi Koichi | Kusunoki Teruko | Ishikura Noboru | Shiratori Sumiko |
16th | 1982 | Cho Chikun | Kobayashi Koichi | Ishida Akira, Kobayashi Satoru | Ishida Akira | Kataoka Satoshi | O Rissei | Ishida Akira | Kobayashi (Kitani) Reiko | Yoda Norimoto | |
17th | 1983 | Rin Kaiho | Rin Kaiho | Kobayashi Satoru | Yamashiro Hiroshi | O Meien | Kobayashi Satoru | Takagi Shoichi | Sugiuchi Kazuko | Ogata Masaki | Kusunoki Teruko |
18th | 1984 | Cho Chikun | Kobayashi Koichi | Kuwata Yasuaki | Kuwata Yasuaki | Kobayashi Koichi | Yamashiro Hiroshi, Yoda Norimoto | Ohira Shuzo | Kusunoki Teruko | O Meien | |
19th | 1985 | Kobayashi Koichi | Kobayashi Koichi | Kori Toshio | Hane Yasumasa | O Meien | Kusunoki Teruko | Miyazawa Goro | Kusunoki Teruko | Oya Kouichi | Takemiya Masaki |
20th | 1986 | Kato Masao | O Rissei | Kudo Norio | Kato Masao | Yoda Norimoto | O Rissei | Yamashiro Hiroshi | Ogawa Tomoko | Shinkai Hiroko | |
21st | 1987 | Kato Masao | Cho Chikun | Ohira Shuzo | Ohira Shuzo | Yoda Norimoto | O Meien | Ohira Shuzo | Miyazaki Shimako | Komatsu Hideki | Fujisawa Hideyuki |
22nd | 1988 | Kobayashi Koichi | Ogata Masaki | Hane Yasumasa, Kobayashi Satoru | Kobayashi Koichi, Yoda Norimoto | Yoda Norimoto | Miyazaki Shimako | Hane Yasumasa | Miyazaki Shimako | Komatsu Hideki | Fujisawa Hideyuki |
23rd | 1989 | Kobayashi Koichi | Yoda Norimoto | Yoda Norimoto | Yoda Norimoto | O Rissei | Yoda Norimoto | Yoda Norimoto | Aoki Kikuyo | ||
24th | 1990 | Kobayashi Koichi | Yoda Norimoto | Goto Shungo | Goto Shungo | Hane Yasumasa | Kobayashi Satoru | Yoda Norimoto | Nakazawa Ayako | Ryu Shikun |
[1] 兒玉幸子
In 1991, the prizes system was revised.
- 連勝記録賞 (Winning Streak) was renamed to 連勝賞.
- 殊勲賞 (Outstanding Performance)) was renamed to 優秀棋士賞 (Outstanding Player), to match 最優秀棋士賞 (Most Outstanding Player).
- 最多対局賞 (Most Games Played) was added.
- 技能賞 (Technique) was removed.
Later, in 1998, the 国際賞 (International Prize) was added.
Edition | Year | Most Outstanding | Outstanding | New Star | Women's Prize | International Prize | Most Wins | Winning Percentage | Winning Streak | Most Games | Special Prize |
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25th | 1991 | Kobayashi Koichi | Fujisawa Hideyuki | Cho Sonjin | Aoki Kikuyo | Komatsu Hideki | Kudo Norio | O Rissei | Ryu Shikun | ||
26th | 1992 | Kobayashi Koichi | Fujisawa Hideyuki, Komatsu Hideki | Yamada Kimio | Kato Tomoko | Komatsu Hideki | Tsuchida Masamitsu | Kato Masao | Kobayashi Koichi, Komatsu Hideki | ||
27th | 1993 | Kobayashi Koichi | Sato Masaharu | Kato Tomoko | Ogawa Tomoko | Kato Masao | O Meien | Kato Masao | Kato Masao | ||
28th | 1994 | Cho Chikun | Ryu Shikun | Morita Michihiro | Kato Tomoko | Kato Masao | Kobayashi Satoru | Kobayashi Satoru | Yamada Kimio | ||
29th | 1995 | Kobayashi Satoru | Takemiya Masaki, O Rissei | Hane Naoki | Nakazawa Ayako | Kobayashi Satoru, O Rissei | O Rissei | Ogata Masaki | Kato Masao | ||
30th | 1996 | Cho Chikun | Yoda Norimoto, Sato Masaharu | Takao Shinji | Nishida Terumi | Hane Naoki | Yamada Kimio | Matsumura, ? ^{[2]} | Kataoka Satoshi | ||
31st | 1997 | Cho Chikun | Kudo Norio, Yamada Kimio | Yamashita Keigo | Aoki Kikuyo | Hane Naoki | Yamashita Keigo | Yamada Kimio | Yamashita Keigo | ||
32nd | 1998 | Cho Chikun | O Rissei, Hikosaka Naoto | Akiyama Jiro | Kobayashi Izumi | Yoda Norimoto | Yamashita Keigo | Takao Shinji | Komatsu Hideki | Yamashita Keigo | |
33rd | 1999 | Cho Chikun | Cho Sonjin, Kobayashi Koichi | Kobayashi Izumi | Chinen Kaori | Yoda Norimoto | Takao Shinji | Yamashita Keigo | Hane Naoki | Takao Shinji | |
34th | 2000 | O Rissei | Yoda Norimoto, O Meien, Yamashita Keigo | Cho U | Inori Yoko | O Rissei | Yamashita Keigo | Cho U | Takao Shinji | Yamashita Keigo | |
35th | 2001 | O Rissei | Rin Kaiho, Hane Naoki | Mizokami Tomochika | Kobayashi Izumi | Hane Naoki | Mimura Tomoyasu | Takao Shinji | Hane Naoki | ||
36th | 2002 | Kato Masao | O Rissei, Cho U | Kono Rin | Kobayashi Izumi | Hans Pietsch | Cho U | Cho U | Kobayashi Satoru | Cho U | |
37th | 2003 | Cho U ^{[3]} | Yamashita Keigo, Yoda Norimoto, Hane Naoki | So Yokoku | Kobayashi Izumi | Cho Chikun | Cho U | So Yokoku | Yamada Kimio | Cho U | |
38th | 2004 | Cho U | Yamashita Keigo | Kim Shusun? | Chinen Kaori | Takao Shinji | Tsuruyama Atsushi | Takao Shinji | Yamashita Keigo | Cho Chikun | |
39th | 2005 | Cho U | Hane Naoki, Takao Shinji | Iyama Yuta | Yashiro Kumiko | Cho U | Kobayashi Satoru | Iyama Yuta | Takemiya Masaki | Cho U | |
40th | 2006 | Yamashita Keigo | Hane Naoki, Cho U | Matsumoto Takehisa | Xie Yimin | Yoda Norimoto | Cho U | Nakamura Shinya | Cho U | Yamashita Keigo | |
41st | 2007 | Cho U | Yamashita Keigo, Cho Chikun | Ko Iso | Xie Yimin | Cho U | Morita Michihiro | Cho U | Cho U | ||
42nd | 2008 | Cho U | Hane Naoki, Iyama Yuta | Xie Yimin | Xie Yimin | Cho U | Rin Shien | Morita Michihiro | Iyama Yuta | ||
43rd | 2009 | Cho U | Iyama Yuta | Ri Ishu | Xie Yimin | Iyama Yuta | Ri Ishu | Cho U | Iyama Yuta, Takao Shinji | ||
44th | 2010 | Cho U | Yamashita Keigo, Xie Yimin | Rin Kanketsu | Xie Yimin | Yamashita Keigo | Yamashiro Hiroshi | Yamashita Keigo | Yamashita Keigo | ||
45th | 2011 | Yamashita Keigo | Iyama Yuta, Hane Naoki, Xie Yimin | Uchida Shuhei | Xie Yimin | Iyama Yuta | Kim Shusun | Kanazawa Makoto | Iyama Yuta | Xie Yimin | |
46th | 2012 | Iyama Yuta | Cho U, Yamashita Keigo | Ida Atsushi | Xie Yimin | Iyama Yuta | Iyama Yuta | Cho Riyu | Iyama Yuta | ||
47th | 2013 | Iyama Yuta | Fujita Akihiko, Ichiriki Ryo | Mukai Chiaki | Iyama Yuta | Iyama Yuta | Ichiriki Ryo | Fujita Akihiko | Iyama Yuta | ||
48th | 2014 | Iyama Yuta | Takao Shinji | Kanazawa Makoto, Fujisawa Rina | Fujisawa Rina | Ichiriki Ryo | Kono Rin | Kyo Kagen | Kono Rin | Kono Rin | |
49th | 2015 | Iyama Yuta | Ida Atsushi | Kyo Kagen | Xie Yimin | Ichiriki Ryo | Iyama Yuta, Kyo Kagen | Shibano Toramaru | Iyama Yuta | Yamashita Keigo | |
50th | 2016 | Iyama Yuta | Takao Shinji | Onishi Ryuhei | Xie Yimin | Ichiriki Ryo | Onishi Ryuhei | Adachi Toshimasa | Ichiriki Ryo | ||
51st | 2017 | Iyama Yuta | Ichiriki Ryo | Mutsuura Yuta ^{[4]}, Shibano Toramaru ^{[5]} | Fujisawa Rina | Ichiriki Ryo | Shibano Toramaru | Kyo Kagen | Iyama Yuta, Shibano Toramaru | Shibano Toramaru | |
52nd | 2018 | Iyama Yuta | Cho U ^{[6]}, Kyo Kagen ^{[7]} | Ueno Asami ^{[8]} | Fujisawa Rina ^{[9]} | Shibano Toramaru ^{[10]} | Shibano Toramaru | Fujita Akihiko | Koike Yoshihiro | Shibano Toramaru | |
53rd | 2019 | Iyama Yuta | Shibano Toramaru | Son Makoto | Ueno Asami | Shibano Toramaru | Ichiriki Ryo | Ichiriki Ryo, Fujita Akihiko | Shibano Toramaru | ||
54th | 2020 | Iyama Yuta | Ichiriki Ryo | Seki Koutarou | Fujisawa Rina | Ichiriki Ryo | Ichiriki Ryo | Ichiriki Ryo | Chotoku Tetsushi | Ichiriki Ryo | |
55th | 2021 | Iyama Yuta | Kyo Kagen | Nakamura Sumire | Fujisawa Rina | Iyama Yuta | Ueno Asami | Tsuneishi Takashi | Ichiriki Ryo | Ueno Asami |
[2] 松村龍一
[3] for winning the Meijin and Gosei
[6] for winning the Meijin
[7] for winning the Gosei
[8] for winning a women's title in her second year as a professional
[9] for winning three women's titles
[10] for beating Ke Jie in the Japan-China Ryusei play-off
Statistics
(from 詳細)
Record numbers are bolded. Record ties are italicised.
This table currently abbreviates winning percentages to one decimal place, whereas in the Japanese table the ones from 2005 on are mainly given to two decimal places. Feel free to modify this.
[1] The lowest.
[2] The lowest.
[3] The shortest, together with Ishida Yoshio's of the year after.
[4] The lowest.
[5] His article says 87.0%, which would still be the record. In both cases there is a data anomaly: 91.3% of Yamashita's record 69 games in 1997 is 63 games, and 87.0% is 60, yet Hane Naoki apparently won the Most Wins prize that year with only 50.
[6] The best since Cho U's 56 in 2003.
[7] The best since Cho U's 84 in 2002.
Win Number Records
This was not translated from the Japanese page.
Ties are italicised.
Year | Player | Record |
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1967 | Sakata Eio | 1st Most Outstanding |
1967 | Takemiya Masaki | 1st Outstanding |
1967 | Rin Kaiho | 1st Most Wins |
1967 | Okubo Ichigen | 1st Best Winning Percentage |
1967 | Okubo Ichigen | 1st Best Winning Streak |
1967 | Iwamoto Kaoru | 1st Kiai Prize |
1967 | Hisai Keishi | 1st Technique Prize |
1967 | Kitani Reiko | 1st Women's Prize |
1967 | Kato Masao | 1st New Star Prize |
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1968 | Kitani Reiko | 2x Women's Prize |
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1969 | Fujisawa Hideyuki | 2x Most Wins |
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1970 | Takemiya Masaki | 2x Outstanding |
1970 | Kato Masao | 2x Technique Prize |
1970 | Kitani Reiko | 3x Women's Prize |
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1971 | Ishida Yoshio | 2x Most Wins |
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1972 | Sakata Eio | 2x Most Outstanding |
1972 | Kato Masao | 2x Most Wins |
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1973 | Rin Kaiho | 2x Most Outstanding |
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1974 | Ishida Yoshio | 2x Most Outstanding |
1974 | Cho Chikun | 2x Outstanding |
1974 | Takemiya Masaki | 2x Most Wins |
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1975 | Otake Hideo | 2x Most Outstanding |
1975 | Cho Chikun | 3x Outstanding |
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1976 | Takemiya Masaki | 3x Outstanding |
1976 | Kato Masao | 3x Most Wins |
1976 | Takemiya Masaki | 2x Best Winning Percentage |
1976 | Kobayashi Koichi | 2x Kiai Prize |
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1977 | Kato Masao | 2x Most Outstanding |
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1978 | Kato Masao | 3x Most Outstanding |
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1979 | Kato Masao | 4x Most Outstanding |
1979 | Cho Chikun | 4x Outstanding |
1979 | Rin Kaiho | 3x Most Wins |
1979 | Cho Chikun | 3x Most Wins |
1979 | Ishida Akira | 2x Technique Prize |
1979 | Ogawa Tomoko | 3x Women's Prize |
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1980 | Cho Chikun | 4x Most Wins |
1980 | Kitani Reiko | 4x Women's Prize |
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1982 | Kitani Reiko | 5x Women's Prize |
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1983 | Rin Kaiho | 4x Most Wins |
1983 | Kobayashi Satoru | 2x Best Winning Percentage |
1983 | Yamashiro Hiroshi | 2x Longest Winning Streak |
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1984 | Cho Chikun | 4x Most Outstanding |
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1986 | Kato Masao | 5x Most Outstanding |
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1987 | Kato Masao | 6x Most Outstanding |
1987 | Cho Chikun | 5x Most Wins |
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1988 | Kobayashi Satoru | 3x Best Winning Percentage |
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1990 | Yoda Norimoto | 2x Technique Prize |
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1991 | Kobayashi Koichi | 5x Most Outstanding |
1991 | Ryu Shikun | 1st Most Games Played |
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1992 | Kobayashi Koichi | 6x Most Outstanding |
1992 | Kato Masao | 2x Longest Winning Streak |
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1993 | Kobayashi Koichi | 7x Most Outstanding |
1993 | Kato Masao | 3x Longest Winning Streak |
1993 | Ogawa Tomoko | 5x Women's Prize |
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1994 | Kobayashi Satoru | 4x Best Winning Percentage |
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1995 | Takemiya Masaki | 4x Outstanding |
1995 | Kato Masao | 2x Most Games Played |
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1996 | Yoda Norimoto | 4x Outstanding |
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1998 | Cho Chikun | 7x Most Outstanding |
1998 | Yamashita Keigo | 2x Most Games Played |
1998 | Yoda Norimoto | 1st International Prize |
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1999 | Cho Chikun | 8x Most Outstanding |
1999 | Kobayashi Koichi | 4x Outstanding |
1999 | Yoda Norimoto | 2x International Prize |
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2000 | Yoda Norimoto | 5x Outstanding |
2000 | Yamashita Keigo | 3x Most Games Played |
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2003 | Yoda Norimoto | 6x Outstanding |
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2004 | Yamashita Keigo | 4x Most Games Played |
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2006 | Yamashita Keigo | 5x Most Games Played |
2006 | Yoda Norimoto | 2x International Prize |
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2008 | Cho U | 5x Most Wins |
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2010 | Xie Yimin | 5x Women's Prize |
2010 | Yamashita Keigo | 6x Most Games Played |
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2011 | Xie Yimin | 6x Women's Prize |
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2012 | Yamashita Keigo | 6x Outstanding |
2012 | Xie Yimin | 7x Women's Prize |
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2015 | Iyama Yuta | 5x Most Wins |
2015 | Xie Yimin | 8x Women's Prize |
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2016 | Xie Yimin | 9x Women's Prize |
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2017 | Ichiriki Ryo | 3x International Prize |
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2019 | Iyama Yuta | 8x Most Outstanding |
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2020 | Iyama Yuta | 9x Most Outstanding |
2020 | Ichiriki Ryo | 4x International Prize |
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2021 | Iyama Yuta | 10x Most Outstanding |
2021 | Ichiriki Ryo | 5x International Prize |