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November 22, 2006

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takodori

> thomas giles

Uh-huh, it's not mine. Please ask the author of the page. However, I guess 3K is short for 3 Kan(three crowns). 2K means 2 Kan(two crwons).

Randy

I like this site because it is updated frequently with the latest news. Keep up the good work!

thomas a giles

where does the shogiban's come from
does the shogi remmie bring them
in the in the san kan Habu games are they famous shogibans or are they new ones
also the kimonas that he and his opponent wear are they very costly or do they get them for free as a lot of actors get there cloths to show of the makers of them.

takodori

> thomas a giles,

In most cases, local shogi fans who lives in the place where a title match takes place lend their quality shogibans(boards). I think professional players buy their Kimonos by themselves.

Ryou Takehito

Merry Christmas, Takodori! Hope you'll have a splendid day today!

Regards,
Ryou Takehito

Busby SEO Test

thanks for making some post here, this is really works to me

Allen

I have downloaded Bonanza shogi software
but it is in nipponese and you can't copy&pastt
to google a translation one cannot use software
i have emailed themaker and seller ie.
magnolia, no response
is there someone out there that would kindly
trans the user menu
fat5old5ugly(at)aol.com
thk
katana9tanto

warhammer tyranid

I can appreciate the amount of effort that went into it. You have a very good feel for getting the right information out to the people. I am also very impressed with the website as a whole.

Plumbing

Ryou Takehito and his Shogi adventures. This blog focus on how he tries to achieve his dream and his views about Shogi. Thus indulging himself in his own little "Shogi World".

about marmaris

I try but cant open link...
aboutmarmaris.org

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