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Survivor Japan: North Mariana

Survivor Japan: North Mariana, was the fourth and final season of Survivor Japan and it aired from January 14th, 2003 to March 11th, 2003. This season was set in Rita, in the Northern Mariana Islands. The original tribes this season were named Somnak (ソムナック, Somunakku) and Manglo (マングル, Manguru), and the merged tribe was named Langet (ランヘット, Ranhetto). The major twist this season took place after the first three contestants had been eliminated. A challenge called 'Shuffle Challenge' was held, and as a result, three members from each tribe were switched to the opposing tribe. Midway through the season, a typhoon hit the island and the remaining contestants were forced to live in a cave for several days. Ultimately, it was Kōshin Gunji who won the season by a jury vote of 5-2 over Atsuko Koizumi.

Finishing order

Contestant Original
Tribe
Episode 3
Tribe
Merged
Tribe
Finish
Ryouka Yamada
22, Aichi
Manglo 1st Voted Out
Day 4
Izumi Kabayama
24, Tokyo
Somnak 2nd Voted Out
Day 7
Takeshi Kanbara
27,
Somnak 3rd Voted Out
Day 10
Eiichi Kishimoto
35, Saitama
Somnak Somnak 4th Voted Out
Day 13
Emiko Takahashi
27, Tokyo
Manglo Somnak 5th Voted Out
Day 16
Toshihiro Kuriki
44, Fukuoka
Somnak Manglo 6th Voted Out
Day 19
Yuka Ito
29, Saitama
Somnak Somnak Langet 7th Voted Out
Day 23
Youju Kobayashi
45, Tochigi
Manglo Manglo 8th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 26
Hiroaki Mano
27, Tokyo
Manglo Somnak 9th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 29
Kaoru Kamioka
27, Kyoto
Manglo Manglo 10th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 32
Takae Shimazaki
28, Kanagawa
Somnak Manglo 11th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 34
Kayo Shibuya
24, Niigata
Somnak Somnak 12th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 36
Keita Inoue
22, Hyogo
Manglo Somnak 13th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 37
Motoki Fukami
22, Tokyo
Somnak Manglo 14th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 38
Atsuko Koizumi
24, Kanagawa
Manglo Manglo Runner-Up
Day 39
Kōshin Gunji
37, Ibaraki
Manglo Manglo Sole Survivor
Day 39

Voting history

Original Tribes Mixed Tribes Merged Tribe
Episode #: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Reunion
Eliminated: Ryouka
4/8 votes
Izumi
6/8 votes
Takeshi
5/7 votes
Eiichi
3/6 votes
Emiko
4/5 votes
Toshiro
6/7 votes
Yuka
5/10 votes
Youju
4/9 votes
Hiroaki
4/8 votes
Hiroyuki
5/7 votes
Takae
3/6 votes
Kayo
3/5 votes
Keita
2/4 votes
Motoki
1/1 vote
Atsuko
2/7 votes
Kōshin
5/7 votes
Voter Vote
Kōshin Emiko Toshiro Yuka Youju Hiroaki Hiroyuki Takae Kayo Keita Jury Vote
Atsuko Ryouka Toshiro Kōshin Motoki Takae Hiroyuki Motoki Motoki Motoki Motoki
Motoki Izumi Takeshi Toshiro Yuka Youju Hiroaki Hiroyuki Kayo Kayo Keita Kōshin
Keita Ryouka Eiichi Emiko Kōshin Youju Takae Hiroyuki Takae Kayo Kōshin Kōshin
Kayo Izumi Eiichi Emiko Emiko Kōshin Motoki Hiroyuki Hiroyuki Takae Motoki Kōshin
Takae Izumi Takeshi Toshiro Yuka Youju Hiroaki Atsuko Kayo Kōshin
Hiroyuki Atsuko Toshiro Yuka Atsuko Hiroaki Atsuko Kōshin
Hiroaki Ryouka Eiichi Emiko Kōshin Kōshin Takae Atsuko
Youju Ryouka Toshiro Yuka Kōshin Atsuko
Yuka Izumi Takeshi Emiko Emiko Kōshin
Toshiro Izumi Takeshi Kōshin
Emiko Atsuko Eiichi Kayo
Eiichi Yuka Takeshi Hiroaki
Takeshi Izumi Yuka
Izumi Yuka
Ryouka Atsuko

^1 As Kōshin and Yuka both received five votes at the seventh tribal council, the amount of votes each had received at previous tribal councils was taken into account. As Yuka had more votes, she was eliminated.

External links

  • http://web.archive.org/web/20040610021215/www.tbs.co.jp/survivor/4/profile-kamioka.html
  • http://www.h4.dion.ne.jp/~seiya-mu/survivor/survivor4.ja.episode.html
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