Of the Japanese shows two of them take place at the Aioi Hall in Kariya.
The first of the two Aioi Hall shows is a 9 fight show show that takes place at mid-day local time and is promoted by Yakushiji.
This card starts with five success 4 round bouts. Unfortunately we've struggled to work out who will be in the first contest but the second will see Masanari Iwane (1-3) taking on a debutant, who believe will be Takashi Igarashi (0-0).
The third of the 4 rounders will see another debutant in action though again we've struggled to name names. Thankfully we have got the names for men involved in the fourth bout on the show which will see Hikaru Taiga (3-1, 2) fighting against the unbeaten Genki Nakashima (2-0).
In the final 4 rounder Tetsuya Yamaguchi (1-1) will be fighting against Yuta Takimoto (3-3, 2).
Following the relatively disappointing 4 rounder we then move on to the first 6 rounder of the show. This will see Yuya Nakazato (5-9, 5) fighting against Kazuki Fukakura (5-6-2, 2) in what looks like an interesting lower card contest. After the first 6 rounder we move up to 8 rounds for a contest between Yuji Iwata (6-4-1, 4) and Shinichi Tsukahara (7-6-2, 3).
Rather oddly this card moves back down to a 6 round for the chief support contest which will see Akito Hoshi (7-5, 2) taking on the once beaten Yuta Horiike (8-1-3, 2). Horiike, ranked by the JBC, will be expected to win though we imagine he will be tested.
The main event on this show will see the Japanese ranked Daiki Koide (20-5-2, 9) battle Filipino visitor Rey Labao (24-5, 16). As Labao is very highly ranked by the OPBF it's fair to say that Koide will see a reward if he wins, however he is up against a very credible opponent here.
The second show at the Aioi show, which starts around 17:00 local time, is a 5 fight show.
This show starts with an all-debutant contest over 4 rounds. We're not sure who these fighters will be though we expect it to Tominaga Shinpei (0-0) against Kawai Masatetsu (0-0). Following the opener the show moves onto a contest between Masami Moriizumi (5-1-1, 4) and Kosuke Mizuno (5-4-2, 1) over 6 rounds.
Following the sole 6 rounder we move on to the 8 round distance as Ryosuke Maruki (6-1-1, 4) takes on Indonesian Jamed Jalarante (22-15-1, 11) and Taro Oikawa (2-2, 2) also battles an Indonesian in the form of Rochmad Santoso (3-2, 2). It's hard to go against the two Japanese fighters here though they may find life hard going.
The main event in the second Aioi Hall show will see a third straight Japanese-Indoneasian contest that will see the promising Kazuya Maruki (14-2-1, 9) taking on Rusmin Kie Raha (12-3-2, 2).
As well as the two Aioi Hall shows there is another show in IMP Hall in Osaka. This show, an eight fight show put on by Osakateiken.
This show begins with the debut of Taniwa Naoki (0-0) who will be fighting in a 4 rounder. Unfortunately we've failed to identify Naoki's opponent. This is one of five bouts scheduled for 4 rounds, sadly we've struggled to name those fighters in the other four contests.
After the 4 rounders the show will then have a single 6 rounder which will see a Thai visitor travel to Japan. This sole 6 rounder contest will then be followed by the main event which will see Naoki Matsumoto (9-6-2, 2) attempting to defeat Yuma Iwahashi (10-6-1, 1) in a bout scheduled for 8 rounds.
In the Philippines it's The Flash Grand Ballroom of the Elorde Sports Complex that hosts the only show. This show, headlined by Cris Paulino (12-1, 3) defending his WBC Youth Intercontinental Flyweight title for the second time as he takes on compatriot Renren Tesorio (12-3-3, 4).
The Paulino/Tesorio bout is one of 6 contests on the show, which kicks off with with a 4 round bout between Kenjie Watanabe (1-1, 1) and the wonderfully named Daffy Dempo (1-1, 1). On paper these two are perfectly well matched though we do favour Watanabe.
The second bout on this show will see Lionel Mark Duran (10-9-2, 4) fighting the very limited Mabert Paulino (2-15) over 6. This will be accompanied by a trio 8 rounders as Zoren Pama (4-8-3, 2) takes on Gerry Pateno (4-4-2, 2), Virden Rivera (4-0-1) fighting against Cris Leon (6-7-4, 3) and Roldan Aldea (4-1-1, 2) battling Jeson Berwela (4-15, 2). We've got to be honest it's hard to be too interested in these bouts.