Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1978 season.
|Tohoku||Nippon Steel Kamaishi|
|Hokushinetsu||Nissei Plastic Industrial|
|Kansai||Dainichi Nippon Cable|
|Chugoku||Mazda Auto Hiroshima|
|1||Nippon Steel Kamaishi||7||7||0||0||35||2||+33||14|
|6||Hitachi Mito Katsuta||18||6||3||1||8||20||24||−4||31|
|1||Nissei Plastic Industrial||9||7||2||0||33||4||+29||16|
|8||Fuji Electric Matsumoto||9||2||1||6||7||17||−10||5|
|8||Toyoda Automatic Loom Works||13||4||1||8||15||38||−23||9|
|1||Dainichi Nippon Cable||16||10||3||3||40||19||+21||23|
|4||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe||16||6||6||4||29||29||0||18|
|5||Mitsubishi Motors Kyoto||16||5||7||4||28||25||+3||17|
|6||Nippon Steel Hirohata||16||5||5||6||27||32||−5||15|
|1||Mazda Auto Hiroshima||14||8||3||3||28||22||+6||19|
|5||Kawasaki Steel Mizushima||14||5||4||5||25||26||−1||14|
|8||Takasho OB Club||14||1||2||11||18||48||−30||4|
|2||Mitsubishi Chemical Kurosaki||7||3||2||2||16||10||+6||8|
|3||Saga Nanyo Club||7||3||2||2||6||11||−5||8|
|4||Nippon Steel Ōita||7||3||1||3||14||10||+4||7|
|8||Sanwa Rakushu Club||7||0||1||6||7||18||−11||1|
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Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2001 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2002 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2003 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2004 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2005 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2006 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2007 season.
Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2008 season.
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