Toho Academy high school redirects here. For the middle school category team, see Toho Academy middle school.

The Toho Academy high school (東邦学園 高等部, tōhō gakuen kōtōbu) is a top-class football club from a prestigious high school tournament, where later on Hyuga, Ken Wakashimazu, Takeshi Sawada and Kazuki Sorimachi were enrolled.


Toho Academy high school was the first high school team to achieve a "V-4" championship (one championship with Hyuga's seniors and three with Hyuga's squad.

As for Hyuga's last year in the National high school tournament, there was a well-balanced formation with keeper Wakashimazu and great stoppers in the defense, midfielder Takeshi doing the gameplay, dribbles, passes and the Toho Combi with ace striker Hyuga who has his powerful Tiger Shot and also great asistance and scoring from forward Sorimachi.


Home Away Keeper
Toho HS home (DT)
Toho HS away (DT)
Toho HS gk (DT)


  • Home: The uniform kit is similar to the Middle school team, except for the collar. A jet black shirt with white V-shaped collar, white sleeves and black shoulder stripes, with black shorts with white stripes and black socks with black stripes.
  • Away: A reverse-colored version of the uniform home kit, except that the shorts remain as black.
  • Keeper: The keeper version is a white chest with red long-sleeved shoulders (in Tatakae Dream Team) and a Toho kanji in red, with red trousers and white socks.


Toho's high school section won the national high school tournament during the same year that their middle school section won the 16th national middle school tournament.

Prior to International Jr. Youth TournamentEdit

The following are the 3 years of Hyuga in high school.

[1st year] National high school tournamentEdit

Toho won the tournament afterwards.

[2nd year] National high school tournamentEdit

  • [Final] ○ Toho defeated Nankatsu ●

Toho won the tournament afterwards.

[3rd year] National high school tournamentEdit



No. Pos. Player Nat.
1 GK Ken Wakashimazu Japan
2 DF Kiyoshi Furuta Japan
4 MF Hideto Koike Japan
5 DF Hiroshi Imai Japan
6 DF Masaharu Kawabe Japan
7 MF Yutaka Matsuki Japan
8 MF Tadashi Shimano Japan
9 FW Kojiro Hyuga Captain Japan
13 FW Kazuki Sorimachi Japan
15 MF Takeshi Sawada Japan
  • Unknown coach