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|Course(s)||Token Tado Country Club Nagoya|
|Length||7,062 yards (6,457 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||267 Wayne Perske (2006)|
|To par||−21 as above|
The Token Homemate Cup (東建ホームメイトカップ, Tōken hōmumeito kappu) is a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. It has been played annually since 1993. It is usually the first event played on the Japan Golf Tour season. The tournament record is 267 (−21). It was set by Wayne Perske in 2006. The course measures 7,081 yards and the par is 71. Since 2009, the purse has been ¥130,000,000 with ¥26,000,000 going to the winner. Prize money was ¥90,000,000 from 1993 to 1997, ¥110,000,000 in 1998, ¥100,000,000 from 1999 to 2005 and ¥110,000,000 from 2006 to 2008.
|2001, 2003–2005, 2007–present||Token Tado Country Club Nagoya||Kuwana, Mie|
|2006||Token Shuga Country Club||Kani, Gifu|
|1993–2000, 2002||Kedōin Golf Club||Kedōin, Kagoshima (now Satsumasendai)|
|Year||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of|
|Token Homemate Cup|
|2022||Jinichiro Kozuma||270||−14||Playoff||Yuto Katsuragawa|
|2021||Takumi Kanaya||202||−11||1 stroke||Keita Nakajima (a)|
|2020||Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic|
|2019||Brendan Jones (2)||269||−15||1 stroke||Matthew Griffin|
|2018||Atomu Shigenaga||272||−12||1 stroke||Ryo Ishikawa|
|2017||Liang Wenchong||268||−16||2 strokes||Yoshinori Fujimoto|
|2016||Kim Kyung-tae||271||−13||Playoff||Tomohiro Kondo|
|2015||Michael Hendry||269||−15||1 stroke||Kazuhiro Yamashita|
|2014||Yūsaku Miyazato||270||−14||2 strokes||Hiroshi Iwata|
|2013||Yoshinobu Tsukada||275||−9||4 strokes|| Kunihiro Kamii |
|2012||Brendan Jones||269||−15||2 strokes||Ryuichi Oda|
|2011||Tadahiro Takayama (2)||276||−8||2 strokes||Shingo Katayama|
|2010||Koumei Oda (2)||283||−1||Playoff|| Satoru Hirota |
|2009||Koumei Oda||275||−10||Playoff||Kim Jong-duck|
|2008||Katsumasa Miyamoto||276||−8||1 stroke||Taichi Teshima|
|2007||Yui Ueda||276||−8||1 stroke||Lee Dong-hwan|
|2006||Wayne Perske||267||−21||2 strokes|| Brendan Jones |
|2005||Tadahiro Takayama||205||−8||Playoff||Nozomi Kawahara|
|2004||Hiroyuki Fujita||281||−3||2 strokes|| Shingo Katayama |
|2003||Andre Stolz||278||−6||1 stroke|| Nobuhiro Masuda |
|Token Corporation Cup|
|2002||Toru Taniguchi||272||−16||2 strokes||Hirofumi Miyase|
|2001||Shingo Katayama||205||−8||2 strokes||Tsuneyuki Nakajima|
|2000||Nobuo Serizawa||281||−7||1 stroke|| Satoshi Higashi |
|1999||Masashi Ozaki (2)||273||−15||1 stroke||Toru Taniguchi|
|1998||Hajime Meshiai (2)||272||−16||1 stroke||Masashi Ozaki|
|1997||Masashi Ozaki||269||−19||1 stroke||Carlos Franco|
|1996||Yoshinori Kaneko||275||−13||1 stroke||Brandt Jobe|
|1995||Todd Hamilton||281||−7||1 stroke||Peter Senior|
|1994||Craig Warren||208||−8||1 stroke||Masashi Ozaki|
|1993||Hajime Meshiai||276||−12||2 strokes||Todd Hamilton|
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