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The 6th KUNOICHI competition took place in 2006, the year that Nagano Makoto achieved Kanzenseiha in SASUKE 17. This tournament had 20 nations being represented starting with Japan, USA, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, S.Korea, China, Mongolia, Indonesia, Australia, Sri Lanka, Romania, France, Poland, Russia, Cameroon, Nigeria, Egypt, Tunisia and Senegal. In addition, numbers were not given out in this tournament, though bibs of each competitor were shown in the broadcast, it's only known that Tanaka Maho wore #83, and Miyake Ayako wore #100 because she made it to the Final Stage and achieved Kanzenseiha. This was the first tournament after Miyake Ayako's second consecutive kanzenseiha.

In the First Stage, four new obstacles were introduced, the Fuyuu Sou, Sankaku Bashi, Shouchu, and Rakka Bou and the obstacle count reduced from 9 to 8. However, several of these changes had been made to accommodate the international competitors, and thus, out of the new obstacles, only the Shouchu proved to be a formidable foe. In the end, 11 were able to clear, five competitors more than in KUNOICHI 5, including the youngest woman, Higashi Rena being a teenager, and the oldest woman being Kitagawa Narumi.

In the Second Stage, every obstacle except the Daichoyaku was replaced. The Second Stage was also made into a time trial were only 6 women or less can move on to Stage Three. However, for unknown reason, all 8 competitors who cleared the Second Stage advanced to the Third Stage. Of the new obstacles, only the Burandou proved to be a threat, as the other three did not eliminate a single competitor.

In the Third Stage, the Tenbinbashi returned, and the Kenzandou was introduced. The Kenzandou proved to be significantly more difficult than its predecessors, eliminating multiple competitors. Tanaka Maho set the fastest pace on the Tourenban and cleared. Miyake Ayako cleared for a third time.

In the Final Stage, Tanaka Maho was too slow climbing up the Dai Zeppeki, and timed out before the Tenkubou. Miyake Ayako reached the top with 0.66 seconds remaining, achieving an unprecedented third consecutive Kanzenseiha, which is a feat no one in any SASUKE/Ninja Warrior format can match up even today.

First Stage

Obstacles

^Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走

^Sankaku Bashi 三角橋

^Hishouchu 飛翔柱

*Fuandou 不安道

Enchu Nori 円柱乗

Shamenso 斜面走

^Rakka Bou 落下棒

Dashutsu Nawa 脱出縄

Time Limit: 95 seconds

^ Denotes New Obstacle

* Denotes Modified Obstacle

Results

Number Name Country Profile Result Notes
1 Suemune Reiko (29) Japan Pole Dancer Enchu Nori 円柱乗 First to beat Fuyuu Sou, Sankaku Bashi and Hishouchu.
2 Abus Nadia (27) Tunisia Taekwondo Champion Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
3 Arine Uge (27) Brazil Brazilian Samba Dancer Fuandou 不安道
4 Miyano Youko (22) Japan Defense Force Member Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
5 Ebony (23) Australia Australian Soccer Player Enchu Nori 円柱乗
6 Aoi Sora (22) Japan Sexy Queen #1 Dashutsu Nawa 脱出縄 Digest. Timed out before could attempt this obstacle. No bib shown. First to clear Rakka Bou.
7 Inada Ayako (24) Japan Muscle Musical Member Shouchu 飛翔柱 Released too late and fell off the water.
8 Mori Yoko (34) Japan Model Shouchu 飛翔柱 Her foot skimmed of the water.
9 Bianca (23) Australia Australian Soccer Player Enchu Nori 円柱乗 All Cut. Shown in intro.
10 Barbara Sterunyuk (25) Poland Waitress Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest.
12 Marina Potapovya (31) Russia Dance Instructor Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走 Digest.
14 Adebenjo Bictoria (30) Nigeria Waitress Fuandou 不安道 Digest.
15 Chamgue Zukue Manuerakorin (22) Cameroon University Student / Twin Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走 Digest.
16 Ndobia Zukue Manuerakorin (22) Cameroon University Student / Twin Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走 Digest. No bib shown.
17 Kakuda Zerina Kayoko (37) Brazil Accountant Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest. No bib shown.
18 Zhou Tien (16) China Chinese Acrobatics Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest.
19 Fifi (30) Egypt Variety Show Regular/Celebrity Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest. No bib shown.
20 Roredana Bobok (22) Romania Olympian Gynastics Gold Medalist Shouchu 飛翔柱
21 Tanikawa Mari (43) Japan Marathon Runner Shouchu 飛翔柱
24 Kim Yuk Shin (24) S.Korea Restaurant Employee Shouchu 飛翔柱 Digest. Arrived too late to grab the pole. No bib shown.
26 Nataria Sonari (21) Sri Lanka Chef Shouchu 飛翔柱 Digest. No bib shown.
27 Yamada Sachiyo (23) Japan Lacrosse Japan Representative Shouchu 飛翔柱 Digest. Released too late and fell off the water. No bib shown.
30 Sekine Mari (21) Japan Comedian Shouchu 飛翔柱
31 Nishimura Chie (35) Japan Housewife Enchu Nori 円柱乗
32 Yoshida Tomoko (22) Japan Double Dutch Champion Clear (14.22 seconds left)
34 Satake Hiromi (32) Japan Sumo Wrestler Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
35 Simone Franco (27) Brazil Brazilian Samba Dancer Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
36 Kaiya USA Talent Sankaku Bashi 三角橋
38 Im Mih Jyon (18) S.Korea Model Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
41 Matsuno Akemi (38) Japan Runner Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest. No bib shown.
42 Sayuri (37) Japan Idol Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走 Digest. No bib shown.
Goto Risa (23) Japan Talent Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest. No bib shown.
46 Ogawa Koizumi (24) Japan Dancer Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 Digest. No bib shown.
47 Rena Eri (21) Japan Idol Sankaku Bashi 三角橋 All Cut.
49 Miyazaki Nariko (25) Japan Firefighter Enchu Nori 円柱乗 Digest. No bib shown.
50 Higashi Yuko (44) Japan Housewife Enchu Nori 円柱乗
51 Higashi Rena (13) Japan Student Clear (8.04 seconds left)
53 Seimiya Yuumi (21) Japan Surfer Shouchu 飛翔柱 All Cut.
57 Komiya Rie (29) Japan KUNOICHI 5 Finalist Shouchu 飛翔柱 All Cut.
58 Demizu Mai (22) Japan TBS Announcer Shamenso 斜面走 Digest.
Suzuki Yuki (22) Japan Enchu Nori 円柱乗 Digest. No bib shown. Timed out after clearing the obstacle.
59 Maya Saiko (27) Japan Entertainer Shamenso 斜面走 All Cut. Timed Out.
61 Camille Aldridge (30) Canada Runner Enchu Nori 円柱乗 All Cut.
62 Maki Karina (22) Japan Japan's Soccer Representative FW Sister Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走 Shown as #6.
63 Nakahara Fukami (20) Japan 13 feet Idol Dashutsu Nawa 脱出縄 Digest. Timed out before could attempt this obstacle. No bib shown.
64 Che Shini (23) S.Korea Korean Boxing Champion Enchu Nori 円柱乗
65 Sugita Junna (24) Japan Dancer Shouchu 飛翔柱
66 Okamoto Sayaka (16) Japan Gas station employee Clear (4.15 seconds left)
67 Uchida Taeko (39) Japan Nagano Makoto's Sister Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
68 Hashikawa Yuki (30) Japan Magician Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
70 Sato Tomoko (32) Japan Accountant Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
71 Miyageta Manami (43) Japan Dance Instructor Shamenso 斜面走 Digest.
75 Maeda Mizuho (20) Japan Gymnastics Tutor Clear (10.43 seconds left)
77 Kitagawa Narumi (41) Japan Pro Surfer Clear (6.26 seconds left) Digest.
79 Tachikawa Maya (27) Japan Japanese Cyclist Clear (4.7 seconds left) Digest.
80 Matsumoto Mikari (15) Japan Soccer Player Clear (2.3 seconds left) Digest.
83 Tanaka Maho (28) Japan Pro Snowboarder and Wakeboarder Clear (2.7 seconds left) Digest.
88 Iwai Tomoka (25) Japan Former Junior Olympian Clear (14.6 seconds left) Digest.
89 Jessica Everton (23) USA Lifeguard Shouchu 飛翔柱 All Cut.
94 Teshikawara Ikue (27) Japan Pro Skater Fuyuu Sou 浮遊走
95 Kyra Gracie (21) Brazil Jujitsu champion Fuandou 不安道
96 Erin Jessica Doherty (27) USA American Personal Trainer Clear (15.17 seconds left) Fastest First Stage time of the tournament.
97 Mizuno Yuko (24) Japan Celebrity Athlete Fuandou 不安道
98 Chan Shi Yon (27) S.Korea Taekwondo Olympian Shouchu 飛翔柱
99 Catalina Ponor (19) Romania Olympian Shouchu 飛翔柱
100 Miyake Ayako (30) Japan Acrobat, 2-time KUNOICHI champion Clear (10.32 seconds left)
Total 20 Countries 100 Attempts 11 Clears


Second Stage

Obstacles

Daichoyaku 大跳躍

^Sanrenchou 三連跳

^Nihombashi 二本橋

^Ami Watari 網渡り

^Burandou 舞乱道

^ Denotes New Obstacle

* Denotes Modified Obstacle

Time Limit: Time Trial (75 seconds)

Results

Number Name Country Profile Result Notes
32 Yoshida Tomoko (22) Japan Double Dutch Champion Daichoyaku 大跳躍 Lost her balance at the landing pad.
51 Higashi Rena (13) Japan Student Clear (68.63 seconds) First to beat Sanrenchou, Nihombashi, Ami Watari and Burandou.
66 Okamoto Sayaka (16) Japan Gas station employee Burandou 舞乱道
75 Maeda Mizuho (20) Japan Gymnastics Tutor Clear (62.00 seconds)
77 Kitagawa Narumi (41) Japan Pro Surfer Clear (69.86 seconds) Her time wasn't fast enough to guarantee a spot in the third stage.
79 Tachikawa Maya (27) Japan Japanese Cyclist Burandou 舞乱道
80 Matsumoto Mikari (15) Japan Soccer Player Clear (69.08 seconds) Her time wasn't fast enough to guarantee a spot in the third stage.
83 Tanaka Maho (28) Japan Pro Snowboarder and Wakeboarder Clear (68.05 seconds)
88 Iwai Tomoka (24) Japan Former Junior Olympian Clear (56.43 seconds)
96 Erin Jessica Doherty (27) USA American Personal Trainer Clear (67.48 seconds)
100 Miyake Ayako (30) Japan Acrobat, 2-time KUNOICHI champion Clear (60.65 seconds)
Total 2 Countries 11 Attempts 8 Clear

Third Stage

Obstacles

^Kenzandou 剣山道

Tourenban 倒連板

*Tenbinbashi 天秤橋

Length: 45.3 m

^ Denotes New Obstacle

* Denotes Obstacle Modification

Results

Number Name Country Profile Result Notes
51 Higashi Rena (13) Japan Baseball Player Kenzandou 剣山道
75 Maeda Mizuho (20) Japan Gymnastics Tutor Tenbinbashi 天秤橋 First to beat Kenzandou.
83 Tanaka Maho (28) Japan Pro Snowboarder and Wakeboarder Clear
88 Iwai Tomoka (25) Japan Former Junior Olympian Tourenban 倒連板
96 Erin Jessica Doherty (27) USA American Personal Trainer Kenzandou 剣山道
100 Miyake Ayako (30) Japan Muscle Musical Member/Acrobat/Two time KUNOICHI Kanzenseiha achiever Clear
Total 2 Countries 6 Attempts 2 Clears



Final Stage

Obstacles

^Dai Zeppeki 大絶壁 (10m)

Tenkubou 天空棒 (5m)

Time Limit: 30 seconds

^ Denotes New Obstacle

* Denotes Obstacle Modification

Results

Number Name (Age) Country Profile Result Notes
83 Tanaka Maho (30) Japan Snowboarder/Wakeboarder Dai Zeppeki 大絶壁 (10m) Time Out. About 10m up. Failed at the transition from the wall to the pole.
100 Miyake Ayako (30) Japan Acrobat/Muscle Musical Member/Two time KUNOICHI Kanzenseiha achiever Kanzenseiha

(00.66 seconds left.)

Last Woman Standing.
Total 1 Country 2 Attempts 1 Clear


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