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Survivor Japan: Hokkaido

Survivor Japan: Hokkaido, was the second season of Survivor Japan and it aired from July 2nd, 2002 to September 17th, 2002. This season was set in Mikasa, Hokkaidō of Japan. The original tribes were named Toytoy (トイトイ, Toitoi) and Wakka (ワッカ, Wakka), and merged tribe was named Nitay (ニタイ, Nitai). In Reward Challenges during the tribal stage of the game, each tribe had to bet specified goods from their tribes camp. The defeated tribe had to give their goods to the winning tribe. Prior to the merge, both tribes had to burn their camp down, and to move to a new camp site. Ultimately, it was convenience store clerk Asami Kawamura won the season by a jury vote of 6-0 over maid Sakiko Sekiguchi.


Finishing order

Contestant Original
Tribe
Merged
Tribe
Finish
Nobuki Arai
30,
Wakka 1st Voted Out
Day 4
Yuzo Ishiyama
24,
Wakka Evacuated
Day 5
Hitomi Matsuoka
29,
Wakka 2nd Voted Out
Day 7
Yoshiaki Yamanaka
35,
Wakka 3rd Voted Out
Day 10
Fumiko Kawakami
48,
Toytoy 4th Voted Out
Day 13
Fumio Matsumoto
43,
Wakka 5th Voted Out
Day 16
Norihiro Araki
29,
Toytoy 6th Voted Out
Day 19
Mayu Hashiba
26,
Toytoy Nitay Evacuated
Day 22
Takanori Imai
25,
Toytoy 7th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 23
Miho Mizuta
18,
Toytoy 8th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 26
Emiko Matsui
32,
Wakka 9th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 29
Koki Iwamoto
34,
Toytoy 10th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 32
Takako Tatsumi
29,
Wakka 11th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 36
Yusuke Yuasa
19,
Toytoy 12th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 38
Sakiko Sekiguchi
27,
Wakka Runner-Up
Day 39
Asami Kawamura
22,
Toytoy Sole Survivor
Day 39

Voting history

Original Tribes Merged Tribe
Episode #: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Reunion
Eliminated: Kiyoshi
5/8 votes
Yuzo
No vote
Hitomi
5/6 votes
Yoshiaki
3/5 votes
Fumiko
6/8 votes
Fumio
2/4 votes
Yutaka
6/7 votes
Mayu
No vote
Takanori
5/8 votes
Miho
4/7 votes
Emiko
4/6 votes
Koki
3/5 votes
Takako
3/4 votes
Yusuke
1/1 vote
Sakiko
0/6 votes
Asami
6/6 votes
Voter Vote
Asami Fumiko Yutaka Takanori Takako Takako Takako Takako Yusuke Jury Vote
Sakiko Kiyoshi Hitomi Yoshiaki Fumio Takanori Miho Emiko Koki Takako
Yusuke Fumiko Yutaka Emiko Miho Emiko Koki Takako Asami
Takako Kiyoshi Hitomi Yoshiaki Fumio Emiko Miho Emiko Koki Asami Asami
Koki Fumiko Yutaka Takanori Miho Emiko Takako Asami
Emiko Kiyoshi Hitomi Fumio Takako Takanori Takako Takako Asami
Miho Fumiko Yutaka Takanori Takako Asami
Takanori Fumiko Yutaka Emiko Asami
Mayu Yutaka Yutaka
Yutaka Fumiko Asami
Fumio Kiyoshi Hitomi Yoshiaki Takako
Fumiko Yutaka
Yoshiaki Kiyoshi Hitomi Takako
Hitomi Sakiko Takako
Yuzo Fumio
Kiyoshi Fumio

^1 As Fumio and Takako both received two votes at the fifth tribal council, the amount of votes each had received at previous tribal councils was taken into account. As Fumio had more votes, he was eliminated.


External links

  • http://www.geocities.co.jp/Milkyway-Lynx/9948/index1.html
  • http://www.h4.dion.ne.jp/~seiya-mu/survivor/survivor2.ja.episode.html
  • http://web.archive.org/web/20040615142943/www.tbs.co.jp/survivor/2/digest-01.html
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