2024 Japanese Region Little League® Tournament Results
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Japanese Region Tournament
Little League Baseball Division (Ages 10-12)



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2024

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Japanese Region Tournament

Pool 'A' Participants Prefecture City League
Higashikanto Champions Ibaraki Ibaraki City Ibaraki LL
Tokyo Champions Tokyo Tokyo Johoku LL - Tokyo Nakano
Kyushu Champions Fukuoka Kitakyushu City Kyushu Hokubu LL

Pool 'B' Participants Prefecture City League
Shikoku Champions Ehime Iyo City Ehime Chuo LL
Tohoku Champions Miyagi Miyagi City Miyagi LL
Kanagawa Champions Kanagwawa Yokohama City Yokohama LL

Pool 'C' Participants Prefecture City League
Tokyo Runner-Up Tokyo Runner-Up Tokyo Joto LL - Tokyo Kitasuna
Kitakanto Champions Saitama Kawaguchi City Saitama Higashi LL - Kawaguchi
Tokai Champions Shizuoka Hamamatsu City Shizuoka LL - Hamamatsu Minami

Pool 'D' Participants Prefecture City League
Shinetsu Champions Nagano Omachi City / Hakuba Village Alps LL
Chugoku Champions Hiroshima Hiroshima City Hiroshima Aki LL
Kansai Champions Osaka Ibaraki City Kansai Hokubu LL - Osaka Ibaraki

NOTE: Japanese officials restructured their leagues and their tournament format in 2024. Many leagues were combined together throughout the country, and in some cases, what were once classified as leagues are now designated as teams. As one example, the Joto league in Tokyo is comprised of four teams (Adachi, Edogawa, Sumida, and Tokyo Kitasuna) that were previously classified as leagues. In many cases, leagues entered multiple teams in the international tournament.

The tournament format now uses a pool format rather than the previous single elimination schedule. The field was reduced from 16 to 12 teams, with each of Japan's districts sending only their champion to the region tournament. Hokkaido did not participate in the 2024 tournament, and the Tokyo runner-up qualified in their place.

Tournament Schedule/Results:

Pool 'A' Bracket

Day 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Johoku 12, Kyushu Hokubu 0
Ibaraki 10, Kyushu Hokubu 0
Johoku 11, Ibaraki 1

Pool 'B' Bracket

Day 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Miyagi 10, Ehime Chuo 2
Yokohama 12, Ehime Chuo 2
Yokohama 9, Miyagi 7

Pool 'C' Bracket

Day 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Joto 6, Shizuoka 0
Saitama Higashi 9, Shizuoka 4
Joto 5, Saitama Higashi 1

Pool 'D' Bracket

Day 1 (Saturday, July 20):
Hiroshima Aki 4, Kansai Hokubu 0
Kansai Hokubu 6, Alps 3
Hiroshima Aki 10, Alps 0


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Johoku 2 0
Ibaraki 1 1
Kyushu Hokubu 0 2


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Yokohama 2 0
Miyagi 1 1
Ehime Chuo 0 2


Pool 'C' Standings

W

L
Joto 2 0
Saitama Higashi 1 1
Shizuoka 0 2


Pool 'D' Standings

W

L
Hiroshima Aki 2 0
Kansai Hokubu 1 1
Alps 0 2

The winner of each pool advances to the Japanese Region finals.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Sunday, July 21)

Johoku 13, Yokohama 0 (5 innings)
Joto 7, Hiroshima Aki 6 (7 innings)

Championship Game (Sunday, July 21)

Johoku 5, Joto 1 (TITLE)

Johoku Little League from Tokyo wins the 2024 Japanese Region tournament and advances to the Little League World Series.


2024 Japan District Tournament Results

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Tohoku | Kitakanto | Higashikanto | Tokyo | Kanagawa | Shinetsu | Tokai | Kansai | Chugoku | Shikoku | Kyushu


All-Tohoku Tournament
Championship Game at Nanakita Park Baseball Field (Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture)

Format: Single-elimination tournament, with the tournament champion advancing to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

Opening Round (Saturday, May 4):
Miyagi 11, Koriyama 3
Mizusawa 4, Akita 2
Kitakami 3, Aomori Hachinohe 'B' 0
Morioka Nishi 6, Fukushima 1
Yamagata 3, Shirakawa 2
Morioka Higashi 11, Sukagawa 0 (4 innings)

Quarterfinal Round (Saturday, May 4):
Aomori Hachinohe 'A' 8, Yamagata 7 (7 innings)
Mizusawa 11, Morioka Higashi 2
Miyagi 11, Morioka Nishi 1 (6 innings)
Kitakami 11, Aizu Kitakata 2

Semifinal Round (Sunday, May 5 - at Nanakita Park Baseball Field):
Aomori Hachinohe 'A' 6, Mizusawa 1
Miyagi 11, Kitakami 0 (4 innings)

Championship Game (Sunday, May 5 - at Nanakita Park Baseball Field):
Miyagi 8, Aomori Hachinohe 'A' 1 (TITLE)

Miyagi advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kitakanto Tournament

Format: Modified double-elimination tournament, with the Kitakanto champion advancing to the Japanese Region tournament.

Participating Teams:

Saitama Higashi league: Kawaguchi and Koshigaya Soka.

Saitama Musashi league: Ageo City/Fukaya City, Saitama Musashi Minami, and Saitama Musashi Nishi.

Omiya league: Omiya.

Tournament Results:

Modified Double-Elimination Tournament

Opening Round (Sunday, June 9 - at Koshigaya and Kawaguchi):
Saitama Musashi - Ageo City/Fukaya City 8, Saitama Musashi - Nishi 1
Omiya 5, Saitama Musashi - Minami 1

Winner's Bracket Semifinals (Sunday, June 9 - at Koshigaya and Kawaguchi):
Saitama Musashi - Ageo City/Fukaya City 8, Saitama Higashi - Koshigaya Soka 1
Saitama Higashi - Kawaguchi 10, Omiya 0 (4 innings)

Winner's Bracket Final (Sunday, June 16):
Saitama Higashi - Kawaguchi 14, Saitama Musashi - Ageo City/Fukaya City 3 (6 innings) (Saitama Higashi - Kawaguchi advances to championship game)

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain) (Sunday, June 16):
Saitama Musashi - Nishi 4, Omiya 1 (elim.)
Saitama Musashi - Minami 7, Saitama Higashi - Koshigaya Soka 2 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain) (Sunday, June 16):
Saitama Musashi - Nishi 4, Saitama Musashi - Minami 2 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain) (Sunday, June 23):
Saitama Musashi - Nishi 5, Saitama Musashi - Ageo City/Fukaya City 4 (elim.) (Saitama Musashi - Nishi advances to championship game)

Championship Game (Sunday, June 23):

Saitama Higashi - Kawaguchi 7, Saitama Musashi - Nishi 1 (TITLE)

Saitama Higashi - Kawaguchi advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Higashikanto Tournament

Format: Best-of-five series between the two tournament participants. All five games will be played irrespective of the results in early round games.

Tournament Results:

Best 3-of-5 Series (Saturday, June 8, Sunday, June 9, and Sunday, June 30):
Ibaraki 8, Chiba 0
Ibaraki 10, Chiba 0 (5 innings)
Ibaraki 9, Chiba 1
Ibaraki 7, Chiba 5
Ibaraki 15, Chiba 6

Ibaraki advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tokyo Tournament

Format: The All Tokyo tournament involves four phases. The top two finishers in the fourth and final phase advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

In the tournament's first phase, eleven participating teams are divided into three pools. Pool 'A' involves three teams and plays a round robin schedule. Pools 'B' and 'C' involve four teams and play a single elimination schedule. At the conclusion of this phase, the three pool winners advance to Phase 4, which is the All-Tokyo finals. The three second place teams advance to Phase 3. The semifinal round losers in Pools 'B' and 'C' advance to Phase 2. The third place team in Pool 'A' is eliminated.

In Phase 2, the four teams that lost opening round games in Pools 'B' and 'C' play a single elimination tournament. The winner of this phase advances to Phase 3.

Phase 3 includes the three teams that finished as pool runner-up teams in Phase 1 as well as the winning team from Phase 2. These four teams play a single elimination tournament, with the winner of this phase advancing to Phase 4, which is the All-Tokyo finals.

In Phase 4, the three pool winners from Phase 1 and the winner of Phase 3 play a single elimination tournament. The top two finishers advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

Participating Teams:

Chofu league: Chofu.

Johoku league: Higashi Nerima and Tokyo Nakano.

Jonan league: Jonan.

Joto league: Tokyo Kitasuna and SBBA.

Saito league: Kodaira, Machida, and Tokyo Hino.

Tama league: Akigawa and Hachioji/Akishima/Fussa.

Phase 1 Tournament:

Pool 'A'

(Participating Teams: Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna, Saito - Hachioji/Akishima/Fussa, and Tama - Machida)

Day One (Sunday, May 19 - at Hachioji):
Saito - Hachioji/Akishima/Fussa 6, Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna 5
Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna 6, Tama - Machida 4
Tama - Machida 8, Saito - Hachioji/Akishima/Fussa 6


Tournament Standings

W

L

Runs Allowed
Tama - Machida 1 1 10
Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna 1 1 12
Saito - Hachioji/Akishima/Fussa 1 1 13

Tama - Machida advance to Phase 4. Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna advances to Phase 3. Saito - Hachioji/Akishima/Fussa is eliminated.

Pool 'B'

(Participating Teams: Chofu, Johoku - Higashi Nerima, Saito - Akigawa, and Tama - Kodaira)

Opening Round (Sunday, May 19 - at Johoku - Higashi Nerima):
Johoku - Higashi Nerima 4, Tama - Kodaira 1
Chofu 4, Saito - Akigawa 1

Championship Game (Sunday, May 19 - at Johoku - Higashi Nerima):
Johoku - Higashi Nerima 6, Chofu 0 (TITLE)

Johoku - Higashi Nerima advance to Phase 4. Chofu advances to Phase 3. Saito - Akigawa and Tama - Kodaira advance to Phase 2.

Pool 'C'

(Participating Teams: Johoku - Tokyo Nakano, Jonan, Joto - SBBA, and Tama - Tokyo Hino)

Opening Round (Sunday, May 19 - at Johoku - Tokyo Nakano):
Johoku - Tokyo Nakano 10, Tama - Tokyo Hino 0
Joto - SBBA 3, Jonan 1

Championship Game (Sunday, May 19 - at Johoku - Tokyo Nakano):
Johoku - Tokyo Nakano 10, Joto - SBBA 0 (TITLE)

Johoku - Tokyo Nakano advance to Phase 4. Joto - SBBA advances to Phase 3. Jonan and Tama - Tokyo Hino advance to Phase 2.

Phase 2 Tournament:

Opening Round (Sunday, May 26 - at Wakakusa Ground):
Tama - Kodaira 7, Jonan 0
Tama - Tokyo Hino 5, Saito - Akigawa 1

Championship Game (Sunday, May 19 - at Wakakusa Ground):
Tama - Kodaira 9, Tama - Tokyo Hino 5 (TITLE)

Tama - Kodaira advance to Phase 3.

Phase 3 Tournament:

Opening Round (Sunday, June 2):
Game 1 - Tama - Machida versus Tama - Kodaira
Chofu 10, Joto - SBBA 0

Championship Game (Sunday, June 2):
Chofu d. Winner 1 (TITLE)

Chofu advance to Phase 4.

Phase 4 Tournament:

Opening Round (Sunday, May 26 - at Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna):
Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna 8, Chofu 0 (Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna advances to Japanese Region tournament)
Johoku - Tokyo Nakano d. Johoku - Higashi Nerima (Johoku - Tokyo Nakano advances to Japanese Region tournament)

Championship Game (Sunday, May 19 - at Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna):
Johoku - Tokyo Nakano 14, Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

Johoku - Tokyo Nakano and Joto - Tokyo Kitasuna advance to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Kanagawa Tournament

Tournament Results:

Format: double round robin tournament, with the top two teams team advancing to the All-Kanagawa finals. The Kanagawa champion advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

(Participating Teams: Shonan-Fujisawa, Yokohama 'A', and Yokohama 'B')

Day One (Sunday, May 19 - at Yokohama Central Stadium):
Yokohama 'A' 9, Yokohama 'B' 0
Yokohama 'A' 8, Shonan-Fujisawa 3
Shonan-Fujisawa 11, Yokohama 'B' 2

Day Two (Sunday, May 26 - at Yokohama Central Stadium):
Yokohama 'A' 2, Shonan-Fujisawa 2 (tie game)
Shonan-Fujisawa 14, Yokohama 'B' 0
Yokohama 'A' 16, Yokohama 'B' 0


Tournament Standings

W

L

T
Yokohama 'A' 3 0 1
Shonan-Fujisawa 2 1 1
Yokohama 'B' 0 4 0

The top two finishers advance to the All-Kanagawa finals.

All-Kanagawa Finals
At Yokphama Central Stadium

Best 2-of-3 Series (Sunday, June 2):
Yokohama 'A' d. Shonan-Fujisawa
Yokohama 'A' 11, Shonan-Fujisawa 4 (TITLE)

Yokohama 'A' 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 pool tournaments. The top two finishers in each pool advance to the All-Shinetsu finals.

In the second stage, the four finalists compete in a single-elimination tournament that determines the Shinetsu champion. The Shinetsu champion advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

All-Shinetsu Finals
At Takaya Sports Ground (Toyoshina)

Ueda Minami and Mochizuki qualify for the all-Shinetsu finals from the Kitahigashi block.

Alps, Shiojiri Iida, and Matsumoto qualify for the all-Shinetsu finals from the Matsumoto block.

Niigata qualifies for the all-Shinetsu finals from the Niigata block.

(Pool 'A' participants: Alps, Mochizuki, and Niigata)

(Pool 'B' participants: Matsumoto, Shiojiri Iida, and Ueda Minami)

Day One (Sunday, June 26):
Alps 3, Mochizuki 3 (tie game)
Niigata 7, Alps 2
Niigata 12, Mochizuki 3
Ueda Minami 9, Matsumoto 0
Shiojiri Iida 9, Matsumoto 2
Shiojiri Iida 5, Ueda Minami 4


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L

T
Niigata 2 0 0
Alps 0 1 1
Mochizuki 0 1 1


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Shiojiri Iida 2 0
Ueda Minami 1 1
Matsumoto 0 2

The top two finishers in each pool advance to the All-Shinetsu finals.

All-Shinetsu Finals
At Takaya Sports Ground (Toyoshina)

Semifinal Round (Sunday, June 2:
Alps 5, Shiojiri Iida 0
Niigata 3, Ueda Minami 2

Championship Game (Sunday, June 2):
Alps 5, Niigata 4 (TITLE)

Alps advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Tokai Tournament
Championship Game Host - Aichi Nishi

Format: Twelve team, single-elimination tournament, with the All-Tokai champion advancing to the Japanese Region tournament.

Participating Teams:

Nagoya league: Kanazawa.

Owari league: Owari Chuo/Gifu Tohno, Owari Dreams.

Aichi league: Anjo, Chita, Meihoku, Okazaki, Toyota.

Shizuoka league: Fuji/Numazu, Hamamatsu, Hamamatsu Minami.

Mie league: Matsusaka.

Tournament Results:

Opening Round (Saturday, May 18):
Nagoya - Kanazawa 4, Owari - Owari Chuo/Gifu Tohno 1
Aichi - Meihoku 6, Owari - Owari Dreams 5
Aichi - Toyota 3, Shizuoka - Fuji/Numazu 2
Shizuoka - Hamamatsu 8, Aichi - Okazaki 7

Quarterfinal Round (Saturday, May 18):
Shizuoka - Hamamatsu Minami 8, Nagoya - Kanazawa 2
Aichi - Anjo 6, Aichi - Meihoku 0
Aichi - Chita 11, Aichi - Toyota 0 (4 innings)
Mie - Matsusaka 9, Shizuoka - Hamamatsu 5

Semifinal Round (Sunday, May 19):
Shizuoka - Hamamatsu Minami 2, Aichi - Anjo 0
Mie - Matsusaka 6, Aichi - Chita 5 (9 innings)

Consolation Game (Sunday, May 26):
Aichi - Chita 4, Aichi - Anjo 0

Championship Game (Sunday, May 26):
Shizuoka - Hamamatsu Minami 6, Mie - Matsusaka 4 (TITLE)

Shizuoka - Hamamatsu Minami advances 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 winner of the All-Kansai finals advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

Tournament Results:

(Pool 'A' Tournament Participants: Kansai Hokubu - Keihanna, Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki, Kansai Minami - Izumi, and Shinki Banshu)

(Pool 'B' Tournament Participants: Hanwa, Kansai Hokubu - Daito, and Kansai Nishi - Takarazuka)

Pool Competition results:

Pool 'A' Tournament

Day 1 (Sunday, April 28 - at Kuhoji Ryokuchi Stadium):
Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki 1, Shinki Nanshu 0
Kansai Hokubu - Keihanna 7, Kansai Minami - Izumi 2
Kansai Hokubu - OsakaOsaka Ibaraki 5, Kansai Hokubu - KeihannaKeihanna 4

Day 2 (Friday, May 3 - at Kuhoji Ryokuchi Stadium):
Shinki Banshu 9, Kansai Minami - Izumi 3
Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki 13, Kansai Minami - Izumi 0 (4 innings)
Shinki Banshu 4, Kansai Hokubu - Keihanna 1

Pool 'B' Tournament

Day 1 (Saturday, May 4):
Kansai Nishi - Takarazuka 5, Hanwa 1
Kansai Hokubu - Daito 12, Hanwa 2 (4 innings)
Kansai Nishi - Takarazuka 10, Kansai Hokubu - Daito 1


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L
Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki 3 0
Shinki Banshu 2 1
Kansai Hokubu - Keihanna 1 2
Kansai Minami - Izumi 0 3

Pool 'B' Standings

W

L
Kansai Nishi - Takarazuka 2 0
Kansai Hokubu - Daito 1 1
Hanwa 0 2

The top two teams in each pool advance to the All-Kansai finals.

All-Kansai Finals

Opening Round (Sunday, May 19):
Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki 3, Kansai Hokubu - Daito 2
Kansai Nishi - Takarazuka 12, Shinki Banshu 1 (4 innings)

Championship Game (Sunday, May 19):
Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki 3, Kansai Nishi - Takarazuka 2 (TITLE)

Kansai Hokubu - Osaka Ibaraki advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Chugoku Tournament

Tournament Results:

Format: round-robin tournament, with the first place team at the conclusion of round robin competition advancing to the Japanese Region tournament.

Round-Robin results:

(Participating Teams: Hiroshima Aki, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Saiki-Kita, and Okayama)

Day One (Sunday, May 11 - at Okayama):
Hiroshima Aki 15, Hiroshima Saiki-Kita 0 (3 innings)
Okayama 13, Hiroshima Saiki-Kita 2 (4 innings)
Hiroshima Aki 8, Hiroshima City 7

Day Two (Saturday, May 19 - at Ochiai Park Baseball Stadium):
Hiroshima City 15, Hiroshima Saiki-Kita 1 (4 innings)
Hiroshima City 19, Okayama 0 (4 innings)
Hiroshima Aki 15, Okayama 0 (3 innings)


Tournament Standings

W

L
Hiroshima Aki 3 0
Hiroshima City 2 1
Okayama 1 3
Hiroshima Saiki-Kita 0 3

Hiroshima Aki advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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All-Shikoku Tournament

Tournament Results:

Format: round-robin tournament, with the first place team at the conclusion of round robin competition advancing to the Japanese Region tournament. Tiebreaking games will be held if there is a tie for first place at the conclusion of round-robin play.

Round-Robin results:

(Participating Teams: Dohgo, Ehime Chuo, Ehime Konan, Ehime Tobe, and Hojo)

Day One (Saturday, April 6):
Ehime Konan 5, Hojo 1
Ehime Chuo 6, Ehime Tobe 3

Day Two (Sunday, April 7):
Ehime Tobe 9, Hojo 2
Ehime Chuo 3, Dohgo 0

Day Three (Saturday, April 13):
Ehime Tobe 7, Ehime Konan 1
Hojo 5, Dohgo 1

Day Four (Saturday, April 14):
Dohgo 1, Ehime Konan 0
Ehime Chuo 5, Hojo 2

Day Five (Saturday, April 20):
Ehime Tobe 4, Dohgo 2
Ehime Chuo 3, Ehime Konan 1


Round-Robin Standings

W

L
Ehime Chuo 4 0
Ehime Tobe 3 1
Dohgo 1 3
Hojo 1 3
Ehime Konan 1 3

Ehime Chuo advances to the Japanese Region tournament.

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