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    Posted: 01/08/2019 at 12:40pm
Interesting to see what will happen this year.

Not sure about there will be live stream. Maybe zeio can help here?
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Perhaps the information will appear here?

http://www.jtta.or.jp/
http://www.japantabletennis.com/zennihon2019/onair


Edited by VladCeller - 01/08/2019 at 1:38pm
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It appears there won't be any live streaming this year.
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Yes .. It seems that a maximum of January 19-20 will be broadcast ....
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

It appears there won't be any live streaming this year.
Does that mean that we won't get the finals posted on youtube later as well?
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There will be live broadcast of the semis and finals, like always. It's just that there won't be any live streaming like in 2017 and 2018.

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Labo Live just announced 9 hours ago on Twitter that live steaming will be available starting from the 14th!

https://twitter.com/live_labo/status/1082830708714786817

Edited by zeio - 01/09/2019 at 6:46am
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Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

Yes .. It seems that a maximum of January 19-20 will be broadcast ....
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Yes, Jan 19-20 will have live broadcasting of the Semi-finals and Finals.

1-19:  from 14:00 on (Japan's time, or 14 hours ahead of US Eastern. About 12 mid-night on Jan 18.)
1-20:  from 10:00 on (Japan's time. About 8 PM UST on Jan 19.)
(As far as time conversion is concerned, I am not sure I got them right. You can do it yourself.)

They last about 2-3 hours each.


Edited by skip3119 - 01/08/2019 at 4:31pm
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

Yes .. It seems that a maximum of January 19-20 will be broadcast ....

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Yes, Jan 19-20 will have live broadcasting of the Semi-finals and Finals.

1-19:  from 14:00 on (Japan's time, or 14 hours ahead of US Eastern. About 12 mid-night on Jan 18.)
1-20:  from 10:00 on (Japan's time. About 8 PM UST on Jan 19.)
(As far as time conversation is concerned, I am not sure I got them right. You can do it yourself.)

They last about 2-3 hours each.





You gotta save the videos as soon they re uploaded because always get deleted days after
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I received a PM from a member of this board, he said that he was unable to post.
So, I am posting his message below.
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shinchan1506217

I cannot respond to the thread but all Japan championships will be livestreamed on labolive.com starting on the 14th


Edited by skip3119 - 01/09/2019 at 10:05am
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Bump.
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Update: livestreaming moved to this site
http://live.jtta.or.jp

More links listed on labolive's website

Edited by shinchan1506217 - 01/10/2019 at 6:05am
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Thank you very much !
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Hi,

I'm picking Kasumi Isikawa over Ito.  Jun will finish second in the Men's.

Thanks,  
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HAYATA Hina?
In the Japanese league, she is the only one who plays so far without defeat ....
Including there are victories over Ishikawa ....
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Ito ftw.
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Originally posted by VladCeller VladCeller wrote:

HAYATA Hina?
In the Japanese league, she is the only one who plays so far without defeat ....
Including there are victories over Ishikawa ....

I like your adventurism, picking Hayata Hina as Women's Champion.  Perhaps Ishikawa will not play Ito.

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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Hi,

I'm picking Kasumi Isikawa over Ito.  Jun will finish second in the Men's.

Thanks,  
Who do you think will finish first in the Men's?
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Originally posted by pipboy76 pipboy76 wrote:

Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Hi,

I'm picking Kasumi Isikawa over Ito.  Jun will finish second in the Men's.

Thanks,  
Who do you think will finish first in the Men's?


How do you assess the likelihood that the first will be Mima Ito, the second - Hyata?
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Any idea whether Yuto Muromatsu is scheduled to play?
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Originally posted by notfound123 notfound123 wrote:

Any idea whether Yuto Muromatsu is scheduled to play?


As part of the MS he is listed ....
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By the way, Hayata will meet Ishikawa in the third round ...
(if they reach the third round ...)Embarrassed

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Originally posted by FruitLoop FruitLoop wrote:

Ito ftw.



Possible options in the W.S.
(my opinion may be wrong ...)Embarrassed

 To go to the top four, Mima Ito will need to play with Miyu Maeda, and if she wins either with Ando Minami or Hashimoto Honoka ...

 To get into the top four, Miu Hirano will have to beat Morizono Mizuki, and then Sato Hitomi.

 To get into the top four, Kasumi Ishikawa will have to beat Hayata Hina, then Marina Matsuzawa or Shibata Saki.

 the fourth participant is either Kato Miyu or Nagasaki Miyu ...
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Originally posted by pipboy76 pipboy76 wrote:

Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Hi,

I'm picking Kasumi Isikawa over Ito.  Jun will finish second in the Men's.

Thanks,  
Who do you think will finish first in the Men's?

The prohibitive favorite is Harimoto.  I do love the thought of Jun striving over the last year to change his game style to play closer to the table.  It is a sign of a true champion.  I don't think anybody can beat Jun other than Harimoto in the Japan National Championships; his results in the tournament are legendary.

All that said, my contacts indicate that none of the men/boys in Japan are conceding the future to Harimoto.  They are going after him.  This sentiment is also true for the women's side concerning Ito; many others are coming, including Harimoto's sister.  

This is good stuff!!

Thanks,
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Kenta won against harimoto the last time they met, I think. If he meets Kenta again, he might be in trouble.
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Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

Kenta won against harimoto the last time they met, I think. If he meets Kenta again, he might be in trouble.
Harimoto rarely loses to someone twice in a row (although there a few exceptions like Xu Xin, Pitchford, Liang Jingkun etc..), so i'm pretty confident he'll beat Kenta when they face again.
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Originally posted by pipboy76 pipboy76 wrote:

Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

Kenta won against harimoto the last time they met, I think. If he meets Kenta again, he might be in trouble.

Harimoto rarely loses to someone twice in a row (although there a few exceptions like Xu Xin, Pitchford, Liang Jingkun etc..), so i'm pretty confident he'll beat Kenta when they face again.


Or he will lose to somebody else
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Live streaming for all 22 tables on JTTA site @ http://live.jtta.or.jp/

Day 1 starts at 10:00, Japan Standard Time.
Day 2, 3, 4 start at 08:30.
Day 5, 6, 7 start at 09:00.

Main draw for:
XD starts on Day 1, at 16:50
Ito/Morizono, 5201
Yoshimura/Ishikawa, 5217

WD starts on Day 4, at 14:00
Ito/Hayata, 4401
Ishikawa/Hirano, 4407
Sato/Hashimoto, 4408

MD starts on Day 4, at 14:35
Mizutani/Oshima, 3401
Harimoto/Kizukuri, 3406

WS starts on Day 4, at 15:10
Ito, 2401
Maeda, 2404
Hashimoto, 2405
Ando, 2408
Shibata, 2412
Hayata, 2413
Ishikawa, 2416
Kato M, 2420
Nagazaki, 2421
Mori, 2424
Sato, 2425
Hirano, 2432

MS starts on Day 4, at 16:50
Harimoto, 1401
Yoshimura M, 1406
Oshima, 1409
Hirano Y, 1411
Morizono M, 1416
Matsudaira KT, 1417
Togami, 1422
Kizukuri, 1423
Matsudaira KJ, 1424
Niwa, 1427
Ueda, 1430
Mizutani, 1432

Yukiya Uda will start on Day 3, at 14:45, 1214.

Edited by zeio - 01/13/2019 at 2:27pm
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Thanks.
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

Live streaming for all 22 tables on JTTA site @ http://live.jtta.or.jp/

Day 1 starts at 10:00, Japan Standard Time.
Day 2, 3, 4 start at 08:30.
Day 5, 6, 7 start at 09:00.

Main draw for:
XD starts on Day 1, at 16:50
Ito/Morizono, 5201
Yoshimura/Ishikawa, 5217

WD starts on Day 4, at 14:00
Ito/Hayata, 4401
Ishikawa/Hirano, 4407
Sato/Hashimoto, 4408

MD starts on Day 4, at 14:35
Mizutani/Oshima, 3401
Harimoto/Kizukuri, 3406

WS starts on Day 4, at 15:10
Ito, 2401
Maeda, 2404
Hashimoto, 2405
Ando, 2408
Shibata, 2412
Hayata, 2413
Ishikawa, 2416
Kato M, 2420
Nagazaki, 2421
Mori, 2424
Sato, 2425
Hirano, 2432

MS starts on Day 4, at 16:50
Harimoto, 1401
Yoshimura M, 1406
Oshima, 1409
Hirano Y, 1411
Morizono M, 1416
Matsudaira KT, 1417
Togami, 1422
Kizukuri, 1423
Matsudaira KJ, 1424
Niwa, 1427
Ueda, 1430
Mizutani, 1432

Yukiya Uda will start on Day 3, at 14:45, 1214.

Thank you very much for this valuable information.
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Thank you so much for posting the link! My favourite players are Hina Hayata and Miu Hirano :) Can't wait to see them in action! 
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