|Tohoku Tag Team Championship|
|Promotion||Michinoku Pro Wrestling|
|Date established||July 17, 2004|
|Current champion(s)||Kagetora and Yoshitsune|
|Date won||June 30, 2023|
The Tohoku Tag Team Championship (Japanese: 東北タッグ王座, Hepburn: Tōhoku Taggu Ōza) is a professional wrestling tag team championship created and promoted by the Japanese professional wrestling promotion Michinoku Pro Wrestling.
There have been a total of 34 reigns shared between 26 different teams consisting of 33 individual champions. The current champions are Kagetora and Yoshitsune who are in their first reign as a team.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific team—reign numbers for the individuals are in parentheses, if different|
|Days||Number of days held|
|Defenses||Number of successful defenses|
|<1||Reign lasted less than a day|
|+||Current reign is changing daily|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Jinsei Shinzaki and Último Dragón||July 18, 2004||Summer Vacation Series Tour||Iwate, Japan||1||54||0||Defeated the teams of Kesen Numajiro and Kazuya Yuasa and Hayate and The Great Sasuke in a three-way tournament final.|
|2||Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima||September 10, 2004||MPW television taping||Tokyo, Japan||1||177||1|
|3||Jinsei Shinzaki (2) and Gaina||March 6, 2005||Wild Dance Tour||Tokushima, Japan||1||125||0|
|4||The Great Sasuke and Dick Togo||July 9, 2005||Fighting Tohoku Legend Zero||Aomori, Japan||1||288||3|
|5||Jinsei Shinzaki (3) and Gaina||April 23, 2006||Fighting Tohoku Legend 7th – Miyagi Volume||Sendai, Japan||2||<1||0|
|—||Vacated||April 23, 2006||House show||Sendai, Japan||—||—||—||Vacated due to Gaina announcing his departure from MPW.|
|6||Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi||May 20, 2006||Fighting Tohoku Legend 9th – Aomori Volume||Aomori, Japan||1||21||0||Defeated Shu and Kei Sato in a tournament final.|
|7||Shu and Kei Sato||June 10, 2006||Fighting Tohoku Legend 10th – Iwate Volume||Iwate, Japan||1||37||0|
|8||Tigers Mask and Flash Moon||July 17, 2006||Osaka Pro Wrestling's Osaka Pro Story #33||Osaka, Japan||1||83||0|
|9||Shu and Kei Sato||October 8, 2006||Fighting Tohoku Legend – The Last Chapter||Morioka, Japan||2||195||1|
|10||Kagetora and Rasse||April 21, 2007||Fukumen World League Tournament||Tokyo, Japan||1||268||3|
|11||The Great Sasuke (2) and Yoshitsune||January 14, 2008||New Year Fight Tournament||Sendai, Japan||1||370||1|
|12||Shu and Kei Sato||January 18, 2009||Start of New Year Fighting||Sendai, Japan||3||56||0||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|13||Kesen Numajiro and Kinya Oyanagi||March 15, 2009||House show||Sendai, Japan||1||245||0|
|14||Takeshi Minamino and Maguro Ooma||November 15, 2009||House show||Sendai, Japan||1||334||3|
|15||Yapper Man #1 and Yapper Man #2||October 15, 2010||House show||Sendai, Japan||1||365||3||This was the final of the 2010 Michinoku Pro Tag Team Tournament.|
|16|| The Brahman Brothers |
(Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei)
|October 15, 2011||House show||Takizawa, Japan||4||232||0||This was the final of the 2011 Michinoku Pro Tag Team Tournament. Formerly held the title under the names Shu Sato and Kei Sato.|
|17||Rasse (2) and Kenbai||June 3, 2012||House show||Tokyo, Japan||1||193||1|
|18||Último Dragón (2) and Kesen Numagirolamo (2)||December 13, 2012||MPW television taping||Tokyo, Japan||1||277||2|
|19||Taro Nohashi and Behnam Ali||September 16, 2013||Autumn 3 Show Tour||Yahaba, Japan||1||232||2||Behnam Ali changed his ring name to Tiger Ali in 2014.|
|20||Jinsei Shinzaki (4) and Kesen Numajiro (3)||May 6, 2014||Golden Tour 2014||Sendai, Japan||1||33||0|
|21||Mu no Taiyo|
(The Great Sasuke (3) and Brahman Kei (5))
|June 8, 2014||MPW television taping||Tokyo, Japan||1||279||2|
(Daichi Sasaki and Ayumu Gunji)
|March 14, 2015||3 Battles in March Tour||Yahaba, Japan||1||192||0|
|23||Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita||September 22, 2015||September Series - Gamushara Tour||Yahaba, Japan||1||725||5||Hidaka and Fujita also won the UWA World Tag Team Championship by defeating Brahman Kei and Brahman Shu on June 10, 2016.|
(Rui Hyugaji and Ayumu Gunji (2))
|September 16, 2017||Haisui No Jin Tour||Yahaba, Japan||1||183||1||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|25||Taro Nohashi (2) and Gaina (3)||March 18, 2018||Konzen Ittai Tour||Sendai, Japan||1||251||3||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
(Ken45° and Kengo)
|November 24, 2018||Sendai 2 Days Tour||Sendai, Japan||1||163||2||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|27||Taro Nohashi (3) and Gaina (4)||May 6, 2019||Golden Week Series 2019 Tour||Yahaba, Japan||2||39||0||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|28||Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita||June 14, 2019||Michinoku 2019 Tokyo Conference Vol. 3 ~ Innin Jicho||Tokyo, Japan||2||127||1||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|29||Yapper Man #1 and Yapper Man #2||October 19, 2019||Michinoku 2019 Tokyo Conference Vol. 6||Tokyo, Japan||2||563||2||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|30||The Great Sasuke (4) and Jinsei Shinzaki (5)||May 4, 2021||Golden Week Tour 2021||Yahaba, Japan||1||306||0||This match was also contested for the UWA World Tag Team Championship.|
|31||Taro Nohashi (4) and Gaina (5)||March 6, 2022||Michinoku Pro||Tokushima, Japan||3||133||1|
|32||Bad Boy |
(Ken45° (2) and Manjimaru (2))
|July 17, 2022||July Series 2022: Rihikyokuchoku||Sendai, Japan||1||125||1||Manjimaru was previously known as Maguro Ooma.|
|33||Musashi (2) and Kazuki Hashimoto||November 19, 2022||November Series 2022: Kenkaikokō||Yahaba, Japan||1||223||1||Musashi was previously known as Daichi Sasaki.|
|34||Kagetora (2) and Yoshitsune (2)||June 30, 2023||Michinoku Pro 30th Anniversary 2023 Tokyo Vol. 1||Tokyo, Japan||1||159+||1|
As of December6, 2023.
|†||Indicates the current champion|
|1||Yapper Man #1 and Yapper Man #2||2||5||928|
|2||Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita||2||6||852|
|3||Shu and Kei Sato/The Brahman Brothers||4||1||520|
|4||Taro Nohashi and Gaina||3||4||423|
|5||The Great Sasuke and Yoshitsune||1||1||370|
|6||Takeshi Minamino and Maguro Ooma||1||3||334|
|7||The Great Sasuke and Jinsei Shinzaki||1||0||306|
|8||The Great Sasuke and Dick Togo||1||3||288|
|9||Mu no Taiyo|
(The Great Sasuke and Brahman Kei)
|10||Último Dragón and Kesen Numagirolamo||1||2||277|
|11||Kagetora and Rasse||1||3||268|
|12||Kesen Numajiro and Kinya Oyanagi||1||0||245|
|13||Taro Nohashi and Behnam Ali||1||2||232|
|14||Musashi and Kazuki Hashimoto||1||1||223|
|15||Rasse and Kenbai||1||1||193|
(Daichi Sasaki and Ayumu Gunji)
(Rui Hyugaji and Ayumu Gunji)
|18||Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima||1||1||177|
(Ken45° and Kengo)
|20||Kagetora and Yoshitsune †||1||1||159+|
|21||Jinsei Shinzaki and Gaina||2||0||125|
(Ken45° and Manjimaru)
|23||Tigers Mask and Flash Moon||1||0||83|
|24||Jinsei Shinzaki and Último Dragón||1||0||54|
|25||Jinsei Shinzaki and Kesen Numajiro||1||0||33|
|26||Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi||1||0||21|
|1||The Great Sasuke||4||6||1,243|
|2||Yapper Man #1||2||5||928|
|Yapper Man #2||2||5||928|
|6||Kei Sato/Brahman Kei||5||3||799|
|8||Kesen Numajiro/Kesen Numagirolamo||3||2||555|
|11||Shu Sato/Brahman Shu||4||1||520|
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