About Oza Title

The Oza title is sponsored by the Nihon Keizai Newspaper, the champion prize is 13.5 million Japanese Yen (about US$ 128 thousands).

All editions of Oza Title

Type Edition Year Country First Place Second Place Details
title 50th 2002 Japan O Meien Cho Chikun Games
title 49th 2001 Japan Cho Chikun O Rissei Games
title 48th 2000 Japan O Rissei Cho Chikun Games
title 47th 1999 Japan O Rissei Cho Chikun Games
title 46th 1998 Japan O Rissei Yamada Kimio Games
title 45th 1997 Japan Yamada Kimio Ryu Shikun Games
title 44th 1996 Japan Ryu Shikun O Rissei Games
title 43rd 1995 Japan O Rissei Cho Chikun Games
title 42nd 1994 Japan Cho Chikun Kato Masao Games
title 41st 1993 Japan Kato Masao Fujisawa Hideyuki Games
title 40th 1992 Japan Fujisawa Hideyuki Kobayashi Koichi Games
title 39th 1991 Japan Fujisawa Hideyuki Hane Yasumasa Games
title 38th 1990 Japan Hane Yasumasa Kato Masao Games
title 37th 1989 Japan Kato Masao Hane Yasumasa Games
title 36th 1988 Japan Kato Masao Takemiya Masaki Games
title 35th 1987 Japan Kato Masao Cho Chikun Games
title 34th 1986 Japan Kato Masao Rin Kaiho Games
title 33th 1985 Japan Kato Masao Kobayashi Koichi Games
title 32th 1984 Japan Kato Masao Yamashiro Hiroshi Games
title 31th 1983 Japan Kato Masao Otake Hideo Games
title 30th 1982 Japan Kato Masao Hashimoto Shoji Games
title 29th 1981 Japan Hashimoto Shoji Kato Masao Games
title 28th 1980 Japan Kato Masao Ishida Yoshio Games
title 27th 1979 Japan Kato Masao Ishida Yoshio Games
title 26th 1978 Japan Ishida Yoshio Kudo Norio Games
title 25th 1977 Japan Kudo Norio Cho Chikun Games
title 24th 1976 Japan Cho Chikun Otake Hideo Games
title 23th 1975 Japan Otake Hideo Ishida Yoshio Games
title 22th 1974 Japan Ishida Yoshio Rin Kaiho Games
title 21th 1973 Japan Rin Kaiho Sakata Eio Games
title 20th 1972 Japan Sakata Eio Hashimoto Utaro Games
title 19th 1971 Japan Sakata Eio Hashimoto Utaro Games
title 18th 1970 Japan Sakata Eio Fujisawa Hideyuki Games
title 17th 1969 Japan Fujisawa Hideyuki Otake Hideo Games
title 16th 1968 Japan Fujisawa Hideyuki Sakata Eio Games
title 15th 1967 Japan Fujisawa Hideyuki Hashimoto Shoji Games
title 14th 1966 Japan Sakata Eio Rin Kaiho Games
title 13th 1965 Japan Handa Dogen Okubo Ichigen Games
title 12th 1964 Japan Sakata Eio Kajiwara Takeo Games
title 11th 1963 Japan Sakata Eio Fujisawa Hosai Games
title 9th 1961 Japan Sakata Eio Takagawa Shukaku Games
title 8th 1960 Japan Handa Dogen Miyashita Hidehiro Games
title 7th 1959 Japan Hashimoto Shoji Yamabe Toshiro Games
title 6th 1958 Japan Fujisawa Hosai Handa Dogen Games
title 5th 1957 Japan Shimamura Toshihiro Handa Dogen Games
title 4th 1956 Japan Hashimoto Utaro Sakata Eio Games
title 3rd 1955 Japan Hashimoto Utaro Shimamura Toshihiro Games
title 2nd 1954 Japan Takagawa Shukaku Miyashita Hidehiro Games
title 1st 1953 Japan Hashimoto Utaro Maeda Nobuaki Games
title 10th 1962 Japan Miyashita Hidehiro Kada Katsuji Games
title 51st 2003 Japan Cho U O Meien Games
title 52nd 2004 Japan Cho U Yamashita Keigo Games
title 53rd 2005 Japan Cho U Yamashita Keigo Games
title 54th 2006 Japan Yamashita Keigo Cho U Games
title 55th 2007 Japan Yamashita Keigo Imamura Toshiya Games
title 56th 2008 Japan Cho U Yamashita Keigo Games
title 57th 2009 Japan Cho U Yamada Kimio Games
title 58th 2010 Japan Cho U Yamada Kimio Games