|Location||Tōgō, Aichi, Japan|
|Course(s)||Nagoya Golf Club, Wagō Course|
|Length||6,557 yards (5,996 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||260 Masashi Ozaki (1995)|
|To par||−20 Masashi Ozaki (1995)|
The Crowns (中日クラウンズ, Chūnichi kuraunzu) is a golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. From the 10th anniversary in 1969 to the 50th anniversary in 2009, the official name of this competition was "International Invitational Golf THE CROWNS (国際招待ゴルフ 中日クラウンズ, Kokusai shōtai gorufu Chūnichi kuraunzu)".
The tournament record is 260 (−20). It was set by Masashi Ozaki in 1995. The tournament has been played at the Wago Course at the Nagoya Golf Club since the tournament's inception in 1960 except between 1962 and 1965 it was held at two nearby venues. The course measures 6,557 yards and the par is 70. In 1962 and 1965 it was held at Aichi Country Club and in 1963 and 1964 at Miyoshi Country Club. The tournament has attracted some upper-tier golfers. Past winners include major winners Peter Thomson, David Graham, Scott Simpson, Greg Norman, Seve Ballesteros, Davis Love III, Darren Clarke and Justin Rose.
The Crowns was established as the Invitation by Chūbu Japan, All Japan Amateur and Professional Golf Championship (中部日本招待全日本アマ・プロゴルフ選手権) in 1960. The concept of the championship was competition among amateur and professional golf players.
Since the 10th championship in 1969, "International Invitational Golf" was added to the name championship, and the organizer started inviting famous golf players internationally.
In 2010, Ryo Ishikawa fired a Tour record final round of 58 (−12) to take the title by five strokes.
Since 2002, the purse has been ¥120,000,000 with ￥24,000,000 going to the winner.