|Course(s)||Fujizakura Country Club|
|Length||7,566 yards (6,918 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Prize fund||¥110 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||267 Todd Hamilton (2003)|
267 Paul Sheehan (2004)
|To par||−17 as above|
The Fujisankei Classic (フジサンケイクラシック, Fuji sankei kurashikku) is a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. It was first played in 1973 at the Takasaka Country Club (Yoneyama Course). The tournament moved to the Higashi-Matsuyama Golf Club in 1979 and to the Kawana Hotel's Fuji course in 1981. The tournament has been held at the Fujizakura Country Club in Yamanashi Prefecture since 2005. The prize fund in 2019 was ¥110,000,000, with ¥22,000,000 going to the winner. The title sponsor is the Fujisankei Communications Group.
|2005–present||Fujizakura Country Club||Fujikawaguchiko, Yamanashi|
|1981–2004||Kawana Hotel (Fuji Course)||Itō, Shizuoka|
|1979–1980||Higashi Matsuyama Country Club||Higashimatsuyama, Saitama|
|1973–1978||Takasaka Country Club (Yoneyama Course)||Higashimatsuyama, Saitama|
|Year||Winner||Score||To Par||Margin of|
|2020||Rikuya Hoshino||275||−9||Playoff||Mikumu Horikawa|
|2019||Park Sang-hyun||269||−15||2 strokes|| Choi Ho-sung |
|2018||Rikuya Hoshino||268||−16||5 strokes||Shugo Imahira|
|2017||Ryu Hyun-woo||281||−3||Playoff|| Seungsu Han |
|2016||Cho Min-gyu||277||−7||3 strokes|| Ryo Ishikawa |
|2015||Kim Kyung-tae||275||−9||1 stroke||Lee Kyoung-hoon|
|2014||Hiroshi Iwata||274||−10||1 stroke||Hur In-hoi|
|2013||Hideki Matsuyama||275||−9||Playoff|| Park Sung-joon |
|2012||Kim Kyung-tae||276||−8||1 stroke||Yuta Ikeda|
|2011||Masatsugu Morofuji||136||−6||3 strokes||Mardan Mamat|
|2010||Ryo Ishikawa||275||−9||Playoff||Shunsuke Sonoda|
|2009||Ryo Ishikawa||272||−12||5 strokes||Daisuke Maruyama|
|2008||Toyokazu Fujishima||271||−13||Playoff||Hiroshi Iwata|
|2007||Hideto Tanihara||205||−8||3 strokes||Prayad Marksaeng|
|2006||Shingo Katayama||274||−10||3 strokes||Liang Wenchong|
|2005||Daisuke Maruyama||271||−13||7 strokes||Shingo Katayama|
|2004||Paul Sheehan||267||−17||4 strokes|| Mitsuhiro Tateyama |
|2003||Todd Hamilton||267||−17||5 strokes|| Tetsuji Hiratsuka |
|2002||Nobuhito Sato||276||−8||Playoff||Scott Laycock|
|2001||Frankie Miñoza||276||−8||1 stroke||Tsukasa Watanabe|
|2000||Tateo Ozaki||278||−6||1 stroke|| Nobuhito Sato |
|1999||Shigemasa Higaki||273||−11||2 strokes||Steven Conran|
|1998||Carlos Franco||275||−9||1 stroke||Chen Tze-chung|
|1997||Kenichi Kuboya||279||−5||1 stroke|| Yoshinori Kaneko |
|1996||Brian Watts||272||−12||Playoff||Todd Hamilton|
|1995||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||272||−12||2 strokes||Masahiro Kuramoto|
|1994||Kiyoshi Murota||284||E||4 strokes||Nobuo Serizawa|
|1993||Masashi Ozaki||270||−14||4 strokes|| Todd Hamilton |
|1992||Hiroshi Makino||281||−3||3 strokes||Saburo Fujiki|
|1991||Saburo Fujiki||279||−5||Playoff|| Isao Aoki |
|1990||Masashi Ozaki||208||−5||1 stroke|| Saburo Fujiki |
|1989||Masashi Ozaki||282||−2||2 strokes||Katsunari Takahashi|
|1988||Ikuo Shirahama||280||−4||2 strokes||Nobumitsu Yuhara|
|1987||Masashi Ozaki||275||−9||2 strokes||Graham Marsh|
|1986||Masashi Ozaki||279||−5||1 stroke||David Ishii|
|1985||Mark O'Meara||273||−11||3 strokes||Masashi Ozaki|
|1984||Tateo Ozaki||280||−4||Playoff||Hsieh Min-Nan|
|1983||Nobumitsu Yuhara||287||+3||1 stroke||Masahiro Kuramoto|
|1982||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||277||−7||Playoff||Graham Marsh|
|1981||Toshiharu Kawada||276||−8||2 strokes||Isao Aoki|
|1980||Masashi Ozaki||283||−5||1 stroke|| Graham Marsh |
|1979||Shoichi Sato||283||−5||1 stroke||Isao Aoki|
|1978||Kosaku Shimada||278||−10||3 strokes||Isao Aoki|
|1977||Yasuhiro Miyamoto||287||−1||1 stroke||Yoshitaka Yamamoto|
|1976||Norio Suzuki||279||−9||Playoff||Lu Liang-Huan|
|1975||Lu Liang-Huan||280||−8||4 strokes||Graham Marsh|
|1974||Graham Marsh||276||−12||1 stroke||Tōru Nakamura|
|1973||Graham Marsh||272||−16||1 stroke||Tōru Nakamura|
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