August 2, 2017

Japan Championship 2017 - Masters Top 8 lists

The Japan Championships were held in, um, Japan on June 25th, 2017. Here are the Top 8 Masters finishers and decks, with lists after the jump:
  1. Misaki Miyamoto, Gardevoir-GX
  2. Haruki Satyama, Trevenant BREAK/Necrozma-GX/Tapu Lele
  3. Shintaro Ito,* Golisopod-GX/Decidueye-GX
  4. Akira Ikehara, Night March/Marshadow-GX ("Night Marsh"?)
  5. Tadashi Miyamoto, Volcanion
  6. Shin Akiyama, Seismitoad-EX/Decidueye-GX/Miltank FLF
  7. Takuya Yoneda, Marshadow-GX/Seismitoad-EX/Lycanroc-GX GRI/Regirock-EX/Sawk BSH
  8. Hiraoki Kanno, Volcanion
In addition, the Junior Division champion was Tsubura Yoshinari with Gengar-EX/Necrozma-GX/Garbodor (GRI & BPT)/Wobbuffet; and the Senior Division champion was Reiji Nishiguchi with Garbodor/Necrozma-GX/Espeon-EX/Mimikyu.

* Shintaro Ito, as you probably know, is the 2016 World Champion (of M Audino-EX fame) and regarded as among Japan's best players. 

Click to view the lists:

1st place - Miyamoto Misaki's Gardevoir-GX:

2nd place - Satyama Haruki's Trevenant BREAK/Necrozma-GX/Tapu Lele:

3rd place - Shintaro Ito's Golisopod-GX/Decidueye-GX:

4th place - Ikahara Jirakira's Night March/Marshadow-GX:

5th place - Miyamoto Tadashi's Volcanion Box:

6th place - Akiya Mashin's Seismitoad-EX/Decidueye-GX:

7th place - Yoneda Takuya's Marshadow-GX Toolbox:

8th place - Taiho Hiroaki's Turbo Volcanion:


2 comments:

  1. Misaki Miyamoto, Gardevoir-GX
    Haruki Satoyama, Trevenant BREAK/Necrozma-GX/Tapu Lele
    Shintaro Ito,* Golisopod-GX/Decidueye-GX
    Akira Ikehara, Night March/Marshadow-GX ("Night Marsh"?)
    Tadashi Miyamoto, Volcanion
    Shin Akiyama, Seismitoad-EX/Decidueye-GX/Miltank FLF
    Takuya Yoneda, Marshadow-GX/Seismitoad-EX/Lycanroc-GX GRI/Regirock-EX/Sawk BSH
    Hiroaki Kanno, Volcanion


    In addition, the Junior Division champion was Tubura Yoshinari with Gengar-EX/Necrozma-GX/Garbodor (GRI & BPT)/Wobbuffet; and the Senior Division champion was Reiji Nishiguchi with Garbodor/Necrozma-GX/Espeon-EX/Mimikyu.

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  2. TFW you suck at Japanese :/

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