Japan won gold medals in three out of five weight classes held Sunday, the final day of the three-day Judo Grand Slam in Budapest, Hungary.

In men's action, Kentaro Iida beat Varlam Liparteliani of Georgia via yusei decision to win the 100-kilogram title at Laszlo Papp Budapest Sports Arena. Sanshiro Murao won the men's 90kg title.

Wakaba Tomita (2nd from L) of Japan, winner of the women's 78-kilogram title, poses for photos with fellow medalists at the Judo Grand Slam in Budapest, Hungary, on July 10, 2022. (Photo courtesy of the International Judo Federation)(Kyodo)

Wakaba Tomita earned a shido penalty win over Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Idalys Ortiz of Cuba to secure the women's over-78kg title.

Japan's Shori Hamada clinched the women's 78kg bronze in her first international competition since the Tokyo Olympics last summer.

No Japanese competed in the men's over-100kg heavyweight category, won by French judo star Teddy Riner.

Japan topped the medal tally with eight gold medals, followed by Italy and Brazil with one gold each.