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The 6 SASUKE All-Stars (Top, from left to right: Nagano Makoto, Yamada Katsumi, Shiratori Bunpei) (Bottom, from left to right: Takeda Toshihiro, Yamamoto Shingo, Akiyama Kazuhiko).

The SASUKE All-Stars (サスケオールスターズ) are a group of six competitors that were formerly considered by TBS and the fans as the most likely to achieve success on the course. Two of the six men, Nagano Makoto and Akiyama Kazuhiko, have obtained kanzenseiha. They are often given the highest numbers (often taking 97 or 98 and above). They also do events together, such as the Maguro festival and even VIKING.

Following the events of SASUKE RISING, the 28th competition and the first competition since Monster9's liquidation; the SASUKE All-Stars were officially disbanded as a group, and were not permitted to return to further competitions; both were reversed in the events leading up to SASUKE 29, although one All-Star: Akiyama Kazuhiko, chose to remain retired.

Since then, All-Star: Nagano Makoto has also retired.

All-Stars

Akiyama Kazuhiko

A former crab fisherman and the first man to ever achieve Kanzenseiha, having done so in SASUKE 4. He has not been able to repeat his success, however, due in part to an eye condition known as Degenerative Rectinosis that has plagued him for years. Overall he has competed 19 times and has been officially retired since SASUKE 28 in 2012.

Appearances Best Worst Status
First Last
SASUKE 2 SASUKE 28 Kanzenseiha - SASUKE 4 Failed Godantobi (First Stage) - SASUKE 9 Retired

Nagano Makoto

A fisherman and Captain of the 28th Konpira Maru and the 50th Konpira Maru. He is the second man to ever achieve Kanzenseiha, having done so in 17th competition, after barely missing it in the 12th competition by 0.11 seconds. He has a record of reaching the final stage 5 times, 3 of those times being consecutive, and was seen as likely to repeat his success even after his Kanzenseiha during the Shin-Sasuke era. He wears #100 most of the time (14/30 competitions). Overall he has competed 26 times, a number surpassed only by two of his fellow All-Stars: Katsumi Yamada and Shingo Yamamoto, and has been officially retired since SASUKE 32 in 2016.

Appearances Best Worst Status
First Last
SASUKE 7 SASUKE 32 Kanzenseiha - SASUKE 17 Failed Jump Hang (First Stage) - SASUKE 10

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage) - SASUKE 24 and SASUKE 26

Retired

Takeda Toshihiro

A fire fighter from the Gifu prefecture, he is best known for his incredibly consistent performances. He currently holds a SASUKE record, having 13 appearances in the third stage, seven of which were consecutive (SASUKE 11 through SASUKE 17). He can be seen usually wearing his trademark orange fire fighter pants and dark blue shirt. However, he hasn't made it to the final stage yet. Overall he has competed 25 times and continues to compete to this day.

Appearances Best Worst Status
First Last
SASUKE 5 SASUKE 32 Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage) - SASUKE 12 and SASUKE 17 Failed Rolling Hill (First Stage) - SASUKE 31 Competiting

Yamamoto Shingo

A gas station manager that is best known for his flawless attendance record, having competed in every SASUKE competition since the beginning. He is also the only person to have attempted the first and second version of the Final Stage. He can be seen wearing his trademark gas station uniform shirt and cap (always with Esso/Mobil branding); he has only competed without it four times. (1st, 4th, 28th and 29th competitions). He continues to compete to this day

Appearances Best Worst Status
First Last
SASUKE 1 SASUKE 32 Failed Rope Climb (Final Stage) - SASUKE 3 Failed Rolling Hill (First Stage) - SASUKE 31 Competiting

Shiratori Bunpei

A civic employee in his home village of Inba, Chiba Prefecture in the Health and Services department. He is also known for building obstacles in his backyard (over 13 of them, in fact), and many competitors have visited his home to train on the 'Shiratori Shrine' (However, as of SASUKE 30, it has been demolished). He has competed the least of the All-Stars: only 12 times due to chronic back and neck pains that have continued to plague him for years. Despite having only competed once since SASUKE 21, he is not officially retired and has not ruled out the possibility of returning should his health permit it, although this is unlikely.

Appearances Best Worst Status
First Last
SASUKE 9 SASUKE 30 Failed Rope Climb (Final Stage) - SASUKE 12 Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage) - SASUKE 18

Failed Jump Hang Kai (First Stage) - SASUKE 30

Semi-Retired

Yamada Katsumi

A former propane tank delivery driver and the oldest of the All-Stars, he dedicated his life to SASUKE after the factory shut down and he lost his job, and is one of only two All-Stars (along with Yamamoto Shingo) to have competed since SASUKE 1. He has "retired" from SASUKE on three separate occasions following the 12th, 24th and 28th tournaments, but returned each time nonetheless. He was given the nickname "Mr. SASUKE" because he was once thought to be the most likely competitor to clear all four stages, but hasn't passed the first stage since SASUKE 12. Overall he has competed 28 times, second only to Yamamoto Shingo, but was barred from competing following SASUKE 30 in 2014. Despite this, the ban was officially overturned prior to SASUKE 33 in 2017, the 20th anniversary of Sasuke, allowing Yamada to compete once more. Additionally, he has trained a team of protégés nicknamed Yamada Gundan or the Black Tigers since SASUKE 29 in 2013.

Appearances Best Worst Status
First Last
SASUKE 1 SASUKE 30 Failed Rope Climb (Final Stage) - SASUKE 3 Failed Cross Bridge (First Stage) - SASUKE 15

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage) - SASUKE 19, 20 , 22 and 26

Temporarily Unbanned
# Kazuhiko Akiyama Makoto Nagano Shingo Yamamoto Takeda Toshihiro Bunpei Shiratori Katsumi Yamada Best
SASUKE 1 / / 7

Failed Goren Hammer (Second Stage)

/ / 92

Failed Goren Hammer (Second Stage)

Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 2 100, Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage) / 20

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

/ / 91

Failed Spider Walk (Second Stage)

Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 3 99, Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage) / 13

Failed Rope Climb (Final Stage)

/ / 89

Failed Tsuna Nobori (Final Stage)

Katsumi Yamada
SASUKE 4 86 Kanzensehia / 98

Failed Yureru Hashi (First Stage)

/ / Failed Cliff Hanger (Third Stage) Kazuhiko Akiyama
SASUKE 5 / / 98

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

74

Failed Spider Walk (Second Stage)

/ 100

Failed Spider Walk (Second Stage)

Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 6 100

Failed Jump Hang (First Stage)

/ 96

Failed Rolling Maruta (First Stage)

93 Failed Body Prop (Third Stage) / 99 Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage) Katsumi Yamada
SASUKE 7 99, Failed Jump Hang (First Stage) 87

Failed Soritasu Kabe (First Stage)

97

Withdrew, Spider Climb (Final Stage)

96

Failed Rope Climb (First Stage)

/ 100 Failed Rope Climb (First Stage) Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 8 99, Failed Jump Hang (First Stage) 41

Failed Soritasu Kabe (First Stage)

98

Failed Rope Climb (First Stage)

71

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

/ 100 Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) Toshihiro Takeda
SASUKE 9 100, Failed Godantobi (First Stage) 61

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

98

Failed Rumbling Dice (Third Stage)

97

Failed Lamp Grasper (Third Stage)

79

Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

99

Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 10 981, Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) 999

Failed Jump Hang (First Stage)

998

Failed Rope Climb (First Stage)

997

Failed Jump Hang (First Stage)

/ 1000

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

Katsumi Yamada
SASUKE 11 99, Failed Body Prop (Third Stage) 96

Failed Tsuna Nobori (Final Stage)

98

Failed Cliff Hanger (Third Stage)

97

Failed Body Prop (Third Stage)

66 Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage) 100

Failed Balance Tank (Second Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 12 97, Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage) 100

Failed Tsuna Nobori (Final Stage)

96

Failed Cliff Hanger (Third Stage)

95

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

77

Failed Rope Climb (Final Stage)

98

Failed Spider Walk (Second Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 13 91, Failed Neshireta Kabe (First Stage) 100

Failed Tsuna Nobori (Final Stage)

76

Failed Wall Lifting (Second Stage)

98

Failed Cliff Hanger (Third Stage)

99

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

/ Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 14 71,Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) 100

Failed Jumping Bars (Third Stage)

98

Failed Curtain Cling (Third Stage)

97

Failed Cliff Hanger (Third Stage)

96

Failed Balance Tank (Second Stage)

99

Failed Jump Hang (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 15 81, Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) 100

Failed Metal Spin (Second Stage)

95

Failed Body Prop (Third Stage)

96

Failed Devil Balanço (Third Stage)

94

Failed Climbing Bars (Third Stage)

99

Failed Cross Bridge (First Stage)

Toshihiro Takeda
SASUKE 16 71, Failed Metal Spin (Second Stage) 100

Failed Devil Balanço (Third Stage)

97

Failed Jump Hang (First Stage)

98

Failed Cliff Hanger (Third Stage)

96

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

99

Failed Rope Climb (First Stage)

Bunpei Shiratori
SASUKE 17 71, Failed Circle Slider (First Stage) 99 Kanzensehia 98

Failed Body Prop (Third Stage)

91

Failed Pipe Slider (Third Stage)

81

Failed Body Prop (Third Stage)

100

Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 18 / 96

Disqualified, Shin-Cliffhanger (Third Stage)

61

Failed Flying Chute (First Stage)

(86?) Failed Salmon Ladder (Second Stage) 95

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

73

Failed Rope Ladder (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 19 / 100

Failed Flying Chute (First Stage)

81

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

96

Failed Soritatsu Kabe/Flying Chute (First Stage)

82

Failed Flying Chute (First Stage)

91

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano and Bunpei Shiratori
SASUKE 20 1901, Failed Half-Pipe Attack (First Stage) 2000

Failed Downhill Jump (Second Stage)

1981

Failed Half-Pipe Attack (First Stage)

1995

Failed Rope Ladder (First Stage)

/ 1999

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 21 / 100

Failed Gliding Ring (Third Stage)

71

Failed Flying Chute (First Stage)

98

Failed Hang Climbing (Third Stage)

83

Failed Downhill Jump (Second Stage)

96

Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 22 20, Failed Half-Pipe Attack (First Stage) 100

Failed Slider Jump (First Stage)

31

Failed Half-Pipe Attack/Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

92

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

/ 81

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 23 / 100

Failed G-Rope (Final Stage)

93

Withdrew, Arm Rings (Third Stage)

97

Failed Spider Flip (Third Stage)

/ 71

Failed Slider Jump (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 24 62, Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) 100

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

96

Failed Tarzan Rope (First Stage)

98

Failed Spider Flip (Third Stage)

/ 80

Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

Toshihiro Takeda
SASUKE 25 98, Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) 99

Failed Circle Slider (First Stage)

90

Failed Balance Tank (Second Stage)

70

Failed Double Salmon Ladder (Second Stage)

/ / Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 26 / 99

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

Failed Rolling Escargot (First Stage) / / 90

Failed Jumping Spider (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 27 / 100

Failed Ultimate Cliffhanger (Third Stage)

81

Failed Spin Bridge (First Stage)

/ / 91 Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 28 96, Failed Spin Bridge (First Stage) 100

Failed Ni Ren Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

98

Failed Spin Bridge (First Stage)

97

Failed Rolling Escargot (First Stage)

/ 99

Failed Ni Ren Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 29 / 100

Failed Ni Ren Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

36

Failed Backstream (Second Stage)

95

Failed Hedgehog (First Stage)

/ / Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 30 / 2999 Failed Swap Salmon Ladder (Second Stage) 2992

Failed Backstream (Second Stage)

2980

Failed Swap Salmon Ladder (Second Stage)

2997

Failed Jump Hang Kai (First Stage)

2934

Failed Ni Ren Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

Shingo Yamamoto
SASUKE 31 / 98 Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage) 92

Failed Rolling Hill (First Stage)

93

Failed Rolling Hill (First Stage)

/ / Makoto Nagano
SASUKE 32 / 100

Failed Lumberjack Climb (First Stage)

99

Failed Double Pendulum (First Stage)

98

Failed Soritatsu Kabe (First Stage)

/ / Makoto Nagano

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