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I am a real Go Beginner… but I like to learn and have fun with. And I fell in love with playing for influence (mainly San-RenSei fuseki, Cosmic style) as white and black. … 26th Jan 2014 I started on KGS (as 6-7kyu since Sept), another global GO Server on the web. On 4th March 2014 I registrated on OGS (Online Go Server). In July I began to play on Korean servers, on Tygem (10kyu) and on Wbaduk (11kyu). If possible by time, I like to have reviews and analysis of my games, which helps to progress (beside observing/Kibitzing Dan games). – My special thanks go to different KGS teachers/players for audio lectures and individual reviews: Dsaun (N.Y.), Battusai, TapJoshua (4D), Troll (2D), MXHero (5D), Shygost (3D), Mingjiu Jiang (7P)… not to forget all the other KGS players who offered me their knowledge and shared their personal experiences. My special tks go to Dsaun for his audio lecture “Shape” (on 22nd Febr 2014) which was the first step into a systemtical learning. Currently I study with www.321go.org and with the first GO book: “Graded Go Problems for Beginners” (Vol. 1-4) by Kano Yoshinori. Volume 1: Introductory Problems Volume 2: Elementary Problems VOlume 3: Intermediate Problems Volume 4: Advanced Problems For individual “offline training” I experimented with and use different bot programmes: Aya 6.34 (1k), Oakfoam GNU Go 3.8 and Zenith 4.4. better known as Zen (5k-5D) (Rec.: Running these bots I use as front end (Goban) Drago.) For editing/rediting SGF files the programme MultiGo 4 is suitable. Have fun behind the board…
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Takemiya Masaki (9Pro Dan): This is Go the Natural Way !

British Go Journal (Winter 1990)

British Go Journal (Winter 1990)

Long time ago, between 1983 and 1991 the Japanese Go Professional Takemiya Masaki (9p D) wrote for the British Go Journal (BGJ) about different topics, as the table shows (see bottom). The articles originally had been published in Kido Magazine which was for many years the Nihon Ki-in’s dan-level go magazine till 2000.

From 1988 on Takemiya presented in the BGJ different problems of Fuseki-s (openings) within the series “This is Go the Natural Way !” – naturally related to SanRenSei.

Three interesting problems Takemiya presented in part 7, being published in edition No. 81 of the British Go Journal (Winter 1990), as you can read in the PDF (free download here).

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If you like to read the whole series, best you buy the book with same title which was published in 2008. “This is Go the Natural Way!“are the watchwords that the author takes as his philosophy of play in this unique volume, but the book could also be viewed as The Best Games of Takemiya Masaki.

yellow mountain imports sold this book originally published by Hinoki Press in the past at a reduced prize of 17.99 US dollars (original prize: 20.00 US$). There it is no more available. It might be a challenge to get one original print nowadays (ISBN 13 978-0-9788874-9-0).

yellow-mountain-importsWhen Takemiya published the material that has been translated by Bob Terry, he was Honinbo and at the top of his form. Few professional go players were serious rivals for him. And the ones who were are today considered as great players in the same way as he is, such as Cho Chikun, Kato Masao or Sakata Eio. All of these players and many more make appearances in this volume.

The twelve games covered (the list gives the White player first) are:

  1. Takemiya Masaki – Hashimoto Utaro, 1972-08-08, All Japan No. 1 Tournament
  2. Kato Masao – Takemiya Masaki, 1974-05-18/19, Honinbo League
  3. Takemiya Masaki – Rin Kaiho, 1974-03-28, Pro Best Ten Final
  4. Takemiya Masaki – Abe Yoshiteru, 1977-10-06, Oteai
  5. Ishida Yoshio – Takemiya Masaki, 1970-12-20/21, Nihon Ki-in Championship
  6. Hashimoto Shoji – Takemiya Masaki, 1969-05-22, Pro Best Ten
  7. Ishida Yoshio – Takemiya Masaki, 1974-03-03, Nihon Ki-in Championship
  8. Yamabe Toshiro – Takemiya Masaki, 1970-06-04, Nihon Ki-in Championship
  9. Ishida Yoshio – Takemiya Masaki, 1974-03-30/31, Honinbo Title Match, Game 2
  10. Takemiya Masaki – Rin Kaiho, 1974-01-23/24, Honinbo
  11. Takemiya Masaki – Honda Kunahisa, 1974-01-14, Meijin League
  12. Takemiya Masaki – Cho Chikun, 1981-05-26, Honinbo Title Match, Game 1

This is not merely a collection of brilliant games. Far from it. In fact, several of the games analyzed in this book ended in losses for the author. But that is not the key factor that Takemiya takes pains to explain. The laws were not in his strategy, but in the execution, and at critical points more experienced players edged him out for wins. Such as when Ishida Yoshio defeated Takemiya (4-3) in the 1974 Honinbo Title Match. One of Takemiya’s greatest games appeared in that match, but he ended up losing it and the match. He won the title two years later, but he would rather dwell on that earlier loss than recount the triumph that followed. The reader should examine that game published here.

   book author: Takemiya Masaki (9p Dan)
original publisher: Hinoki Press
year of publishing: 2008 (176 pages)
ISBN: 13 978-0-9788874-9-0
reseller: Yellow Mountain Imports
prize:  $17.99 ($20.00)

Takemiya’s article published in the BGJ (source: British Go Journal Archive)

Author Title in British Go Journal (BGJ) key subject year of publishing edition
number
pp.
Takemiya Masaki Josekis, Enclosure – Lit 1983 59 19
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 1 * Fus 1988 73 19-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 2 * Fus 1989 74 16-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 3 * Fus 1989 75 5-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 3 * Fus 1989 76 12-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 4 * Fus 1989 77 25-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 5 * Fus 1990 78 6-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 6 * Tec 1990 80 19
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 7 * Fus 1990 81 22-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 8 * Fus 1991 82 7-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 9 * Fus 1991 83 6-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 10 * Fus 1991 84 26-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Part 11 * Fus 1991 85 10-
Takemiya Masaki Natural Way, This is Go the -! Solutions * Tec 1990 81 28-

beautifully promo video: Go is like water in the flow… and keeping in harmony.

If we look at Go from different perspectives, it can be more than a board game. Go can connect us with different cultures, history of ancient times (like the Eido period), spirituality and philosophy.

Watching a Go game and highly profiles players it teaches us to learn about balance, self control, continuouity and harmony. A good fuseki (opening) in a Go game is like the water flow of a creek, steadily moving forward… being connected and keeping flexible.

Since centuriees Go has inspired artists of different genres, e.g. painters, poets, sculptors and nowadays film makers and cartoonists… as we can see in following promo clip. The video is an excellent expression about what GO can be.

The production (by 6puck) of this beautifully promo video is casting Japanese Mannami Nao (born: 10th Sept 1988), a professional 3 Dan player and member of The Nihon-ki In. Nao was trained by 9P Dan Oeda Yusuki (1935-2010). She has a five year elder sister. Mannami  Kana is professional Go player, too (4 p Dan of The Nihon-ki In).

Mannami Nao in real Go life of 21st century…

Mannami Nao against her 5 years elder sister Mannami Kana in 2011

(Source: Waltheri’s Go database)

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Kido Cup 2016 in Hamburg: 4 Pro Dans of EGF play round robin over 3 days (14th-16th May)

8th KidoCup 2016

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Description: From May 14th to 16th 2016 the 8th Kido Cup will be held in Hanseatic City Hamburg, North Germany. It is one of Europe’s biggest open tournaments.

The Kido Cup is modeled as a Korean multiple style Tournament – with a top group, and main tournament with special prices for women and youth players and children’s tournament – generously sponsored by the Korean company Kido Industrial Co., Ltd., and supported by the Hankuk Kiwon (Professional Players Association) and the KABA (Amateur Players Association).

official Website: http://www.kidocup.com

Schedule with live stream of two boards (top 8) on KGS:

  • Round 1 – 2016-05-14 11:30 GMT
  • Round 2 – 2016-05-14 15:00 GMT
  • Round 3 – 2016-05-15 07:30 GMT
  • Round 4 – 2016-05-15 11:00 GMT
  • Round 5 – 2016-05-15 14:30 GMT
  • Round 6 – 2016-05-16 07:30 GMT
  • Round 7 – 2016-05-16 11:00 GMT

The top 8: The 8th Kido Cup welcomes four 1 Pro Dans (of six in total) to play “Round Robin”: Ilja Shikshin, Pavol Lisy, Ali Jabarin and Mateusz Surma.
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Ali just won the 2nd European Go Grand Slam in Berlin (28th April – 1st May 2016). Kido Cup 2016 misses the newest 1 Pro Dan Artem Kachanovskyi. Hope to see him in 2017 in Hanseatic City Hamburg. 🙂 (Source of profile pictures: EGF – 2nd Grand Slam 2016)

Snaps out of the “Dan Dojo” for the Top 8 on 15th May 2016…

Ali Jabarin (l.) vs. Pavol Lisy on 15th May 2016 (8th Kido Cup 2016) / picture: © LinuxGooo

Ali Jabarin (l.) vs. Pavol Lisy on 15th May 2016 (8th Kido Cup 2016) / picture: © LinuxGooo

front: Cristian Pop (l.) vs. Burzo Corneel (r.) / back: Mateusz Surma (l.) vs. Ilya Shikshin (r.) on 2nd day (15th May 2016) of 8th Kido Cup 2016 - picture: © LinuxGooo

front: Cristian Pop (l.) vs. Burzo Cornel (r.) / back: Mateusz Surma (l.) vs. Ilya Shikshin (r.) on 2nd day (15th May 2016) of 8th Kido Cup 2016 – picture: © LinuxGooo

Results after 7 rounds with SGFs from KGS live stream… Click the SGF link to get the fully game from Eidogo database:

European Top 8 (2016)
 

Name


1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


Points


Place
1 I.Shikshin 1p x
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
7
(Mon)
1
2 P.Lisy
1p
0
(sgf)
x 0
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
0 1 1
4
(Mon)
 3
3 A.Jabarin
1p
0
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
x 1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
(sgf)
1
1
6
(Mon)
2
4 M.Surma
1p
0
(sgf)
0
(sgf)
0
(sgf)
x 0 1
(sgf)
1 1 3
(Mon)
 5
5 C.Pop
7d
0
(sgf)
0
0
(sgf)
1 x 1
(sgf)
1 1
4
(Mon)
 4
6 L.Podpera
7d
0
(sgf)
1 0
(sgf)
0
(sgf)
0
(sgf)
x 1
1 3
(Mon)
 6
7 C.Burzo
6d
0
(sgf)
0 0 0 0 0
x 1
1
(Mon)
  7
8 P.Balogh
6d
0
(sgf)
0
0
0 0 0 0
x 0
(Mon)
  8

results from here:  http://kidocup.com/?Ergebnisse

Evaluating current AlphaGo against computers…

Evaluating current AlphaGo against computers…

Evaluating current AlphaGo against computers... David Silver (Team manager of AlphaGo team @ Deepmind) shows the graph... AlphaGo (Versio #18) which won with Sedol Lee 9P is four stones stronger than Version #13, which beat Fan Hui 2P Dan in 2015 ( Source: Peter Dijkema - Philosophy of GO... https://www.facebook.com/PhilosophyOfGo/ )

( Source of picture: Peter Dijkema – Philosophy of GO… https://www.facebook.com/PhilosophyOfGo/ )

David Silver (Team manager of AlphaGo team @ Deepmind) shows the graph… AlphaGo (Version #18) which won against Sedol Lee 9P in March 2016 (result of five round match: 4:1) is four stones stronger than Version #13, which has beaten Fan Hui 2P Dan in October 2015.

Passion Power, Easter Explosion and Bunny Blast wish all Go players a Happy Easter !

The three Egg rockets Passion Power, Easter Explosion and Bunny Blast wish all Go players a Happy Easter ! (P.S.: How to build an egg rocket you get here: http://thrashor.blogspot.de/2005_03_01_archive.html )

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1:3 – First win in round 4: Lee Sedol (9P Dan) beats back…Did he play the Divine Move against AlphaGo (AI) ?

It had been exiting days this week for every Go lover around the globe… and for some of us it had been sleepless nights becaues of different time zones the live streaming in Seoul (South Korea) of the five round games between AlphaGO (AI) and Korean Lee Sedol, 9 Pro Dan was broadcasted via Youtube at 04:00 am GMT.

The first game which was played on Wednesday, 9th March 2016 beginning at 01:00 pm Korean time in Seoul reached a total number of ~100 million viewers around the globe. Very impressive as mind sports (like Chess or GO) mostly count small media attention.

1:3 – First win in round 4: Lee Sedol (9P Dan) beats back…

After some desperately three games (round 1-3 was played on 9th, 10th and 12th March) Lee Sedol had shown tough fights he played every game into byo-yomi… with resigning against Google Deepmind’s artificial intelligence (AI). Google Research department is being represented by the AlphaGo mashine using a self learning neural network.

This Sunday, 13th March has writteen some remarkably comments in the books of Go history (which last more than 2,500 years since is origin in China.) – One human brain won against the distributed version of AlphaGo being hosted in Google’s Cloud with more than 1,900 CPUs (and 280 GPUs).

During the press conferene after game three on Saturday, 12th March the commentator Michael Redmond (9P Dan, author of “Patterns of the SanRenSei” in 2011) descibed the unexpected strength of AlphaGO winning all three games playing some uniquely moves as 3rd (r)evolution in Go history, since the Honinbo House in Japane developed a new style of Fusekis (opening sequence) and legendary 9P Dan Go Seigen was the path finder of the modern go in 20th century.

Gu Li (born 1982) from China, one of the strongest contrahents of Lee Sedol who have battled each other in the uniquely Jubango 2014 stated about Lee’s victory who had white today: “Lee Sedol played the Divine Move“. He meant move 78 (K11) which cracked AlphaGo’s strength in the center and in consequences let die a row of seven black stones with move 176 via S10. Shortly after AlphaGo resigned with white’s move numer 180 (J4), see screenshots.

Fully SGF (board cript) available on Go4Go.net (or as PDF print, see bottom).

Live commentary by Michael Redmond (9P Dan) inclusive Press conference…

Commentary by the AGA (American Go Association)…

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The Go world under shock… Artificial intelligence wins first round of 5 against 9 Pro Dan Lee Sedol

First tks to David Ormerod and Younggil An (8p) for the detailled report which was available on GoGameGuru shortly couple of hours after Le Sedol resigned in his first game (of 5) against the AI computer AlphaGo. MySRS Blog got some of the photos from there documenting the event in Seoul (South Korea).

It was a short night in Europe from 8th to 9th March 2016 as the live stream started at 04:00 am GMT on Youtube. Regularly playtime 2 hours per player with bio-yomi 3x 60 seconds and Chinese rules. The Go world got under shock today when Lee Sedol resigned as black after a playtime of 95 minutes. AlphaGo won w+ res. (roughly with 2.5-3.5 points ahead).

You can download the Kifus in SGF format which had been re-streamed on Wbaduk, IGS-Pandanet and KGS server from here.

Most impressive for MySRS Blog was the perfect time management of AlphaGO… till 35 minutes playtime both, Lee and AG (AlphaGo) had shown nearby same speed… in the middle game AG slowed down heavily… swapping into the end game AG still just 5 minutes on the clock in reserves, while Lee had 20 minutes available. It seems AG knows exactly to calculate the investment of time for each move. It seems impossible for a human to be so accurate managaing own efficiency during a four hours game.

The 9th March seems to be a bad day for human mankind !

9 Pro Dan Michael Redmond did an excellent job reviewing the game for beginners and people who never played Go – with a live commentary being assisted by moderator Christopher Garlock, chief editor of the American Go E-Journal (eZine magazine of AGA – American Go Association).

In peak the live stream noticed nearby 100,000 viewers, impressively in the world of Go over last years we have noticed 2-3,000 virtually watching a high class game. When publisihng this post it counted more than 870,000. At least AlphaGo can help the global GO community to attract the fascinating board game to new and upcoming players.

The American Go Association (AGA) serviced it’s own live streaming on Youtube, too… with commentator Myungwan Kim (9P Dan) which might be interesting for more experienced players having some basic Go experiences.

Bookmark the time schedule for live streaming following games:

  • Second match: March 10 (Thu) 4:00am GMT
  • Third match:  March 12 (Sat) 4:00am GMT
  • Fourth match:  March 13 (Sun) 4:00am GMT
  • Fifth match: March 15 (Tue) 4:00am GMT

 

 

 

1st night of all nights in GO history: AlphaGo (AI) battles first round agains 9P Dan Lee Sedol (Korea)

It will become some exiting five days from 9th March 2016 on in the Four Seasons Hotel in Seoul (Korea) which can be seen as a historical moment in GO history. March 2016 will proof if a highly skilled human player can be beaten by a Go computer. Lee Sedol (born 1983) from South Korea who picked up the challenge is seen as the world best Professional Go player these days (rank: 9P Dan).

The eldest board game in the world (more than 2,000 years old with origin in Ancient China) can be played since 2015 by Artificial Intelligence (AI) called AlphaGo. Its a new self-learning mashine based on a neuronal net which was developed by Deepmind Technologies, a British corporation which was founded in 2010 and now is being owned by Google.

The Go world around the globe is heavily exicting since January 2016 after the results had been published in Nature (edition: 28th Jan 2016) about the five days fight of European Go Champion Fan Hui (2P Dan) who lost 0:5 against AlphaGO in October 2015. You can download all 5 games as SGF (zipped / unzipped). The astonishing result is seen as a seriously test for the developers of Deepmind around founder Demis Hassabis.

Lee Sedol announced end of February 2016 during a press conference (see pictures) that he is very confident to win 5:0, at least his personal target is 3:2 which would be a big disapointment for him personally (see translation of the interview in the Lifein 19×19 Forum).

On 9th March 2016 starts the live stream of first day on Youtube
at 04:30 am CET / 13:00 KST (= 8th March 20:00 PT / 23:00 ET)

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24th May 2015: 1st RENGO TOURNAMENT @ 7th KIDO CUP 2015… Europe’s biggest GO Tournament

FULL House: Opening ceremony of 7th KIDO CUP 2015 on 23rd May 2015…

2015-05-23 12.46.35From May 23rd till 25th 2015 (pentecost) the 7th Kido Cup will be held. It is organised by the Go-Landesverband Hamburg and the Hebsacker Verlag. The total amount of prizes will about 10.000 Euro!

Kido Cup is modeled as a Korean multiple style tournament – with a top 8 group, and main tournament with special prices for women and youth players and children’s tournament – generously sponsored by the Korean company Kido Industrial Co., Ltd., and supported by the Hankuk Kiwon (Professional Players Association) and the KABA (Amateur Players Association).

For the first time, the Omikron Data Quality GmbH is sposoring a big side event: the Omikron Rengo Tournament, that will be helt on Sunday, May 24th.

– 05:30 pm: first round
– 05:45 pm : 2nd round
– 08:00 pm: 3rd round
– 09:15 pm: 4th round
– 10:30 pm: Rengo finals

Kido-Cup-2015Der 7. Kido Cup Hamburg, das Go-Turnier im Herzen Hamburgs, wird in diesem Jahr vom 23. bis 25. Mai 2015 (Pfingsten) stattfinden. In diesem Jahr werden beim Kidocup Geld- und Sachpreise im Gesamtwert von um die 10.000 Euro ausgeschüttet.

Der Kido Cup wird vom Hamburger Go-Landesverband in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Hebsacker Verlag organisiert.

Der Kido Cup wird nach koreanischem Vorbild als Mehrfachturnier mit einer Top-Gruppe, einem Haupturnier mit Damen- und Jugend-Wertung sowie einem Kinder-Turnier (U12) ausgetragen und von der Firma Kido Industrial Co., Ltd. großzügig gesponsert und unterstützt vom Hankuk Kiwon und der KABA (Koreanische Baduk-Organisationen).

Die Omikron Data Quality GmbH sponsert zudem erstmals ein großes Begleitturnier, das Omikron Rengo-Turnier, das am Sonntag, den 24. Mai in vier Runden ausgetragen wird.

– 16:30 Uhr: erste Runde
– 17:45 Uhr: zweite Runde
– 20:00 Uhr: dritte Runde
– 21:15 Uhr: viete Rund
– 22:30 Uhr: Finalrunde

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Weitere Informationen und Anmeldung / Further informations and registration:
http://www.kidocup.com/ (German)
http://www.kidocup.com/en (English)

@ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1392896057692142/

Hamburg invites for Europes biggest GO tournament: 7th KIDO CUP 2015 (23rd – 25th May)

Kido-Cup-2015Form May 23rd till 25th 2015 the 7th Kido Cup will be held. It is organised by the Go-Landesverband Hamburg (Hanseatic City in North Gemany) and the Hebsacker Verlag. The total amount of prizes will about 10.000 Euro!

Kido Cup is modeled as a Korean multiple style tournament – with a top 8 group, and main tournament with special prices for women and youth players and children’s tournament – generously sponsored by the Korean company Kido Industrial Co., Ltd., and supported by the Hankuk Kiwon (Professional Players Association) and the KABA (Amateur Players Association).

For the first time, the Omikron Data Quality GmbH is sposoring a big side event: the Omikron Rengo Tournament, that will be helt on Sunday, May 24th.

Further informations and registration:
http://www.kidocup.com/ (German)
http://www.kidocup.com/en (English)

@ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1392896057692142/

Hope to see many of my Go mates of 6th Kido Cup 2014, too 🙂

Febr-March 2015: 20th Professional Pair Go Championship (Nihon Ki-in, Tokyo)…

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Tournament Outline

16 pairs of male and female professional Go players who represent the Japanese Go world will play tournament games, and in the 4th round, the winning pair will be decided.

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Games from the 1st round to the semifinal round will be played at the Nihon Ki-in, and there will be commentaries using a large demonstration board. The final game will be played in the studio of IGO & SHOGI CHANNEL and broadcast (via Satellite TV) at a later date, also see Youtube Channel.

Awards

The winning pair will be awarded the title of “Professional Pair Go Champions“, a trophy, and prize money.

Rules

This is a four-round knockout tournament (see upper scheme), with pairings in the first round made by drawing lots. All games are played on even, with Black giving a komi of 6.5 points. The time allowance is 30 seconds per move plus ten minutes of thinking time, to be used in one-minute units.

Schedule

Date February 14 (Sat) 2015 March 2015 *
Round Round 1 / Round 2 / Semifilnals Final
Selection number 16 pairs / 32 players
8 pairs / 16 players
4 pairs / 8 players
2 pairs / 4 players
Time schedule * 9:15 – Open
9:45 – Opening ceremony
10:00 – Round 1 & Lunch
13:30 – Round 2
16:00 – Semifinals
18:30 – Closing ceremony
Venue Nihon Ki-in (Tokyo) IGO & SHOGI CHANNEL INC.

* Time is subject to change depending on circumstances.

Games of Round 1…

1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4
1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8

Click on the image to enlarge it… on Eidogo/OGS you get the game as SGF for your individual review via browser.

  1. K.Yashiro 6p & Y. Iyama 9p [b] vs. T.Koyama 6p & N.Hane 9p [w] | result: W+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  2. R.Fujisawa 2p & R.Ichiriki 7p [b] vs. C.Mukai 5p & S.Takao 9p [w] | result: W+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  3. A.Okuda 3p & Ch. Hsu 9p [b] vs. K.Kato 6p & D.Murakawa 8p[w] | result: W+1.5… review: Eidogo | OGS
  4. Hsieh.Y-Min 6p & R.Kono 9p [b] vs. K.Aoki 8p & S.Kobayashi 9p [w] | result: B+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  5. N.Mannami 3p & N.Yoda 9p [b] vs. Y.Kuwabara 6p & S.Yuki 9p [w] | result: B+5.5… review: Eidogo | OGS
  6. M.Yoshida 8p & H.Yamashiro 9p [b] vs. K.Konishi 8p & T.Mizokami 9p [w] | result: B+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  7. A.Suzuki 6p & J.Akiyama 9p [b] vs. A.Ishii 2p & K.Yamashita 9p [w] | result: B+5.5… review: Eidogo | OGS
  8. W.Jing Yi 2p & Ch. Sun Jin 9P [b] vs. K.Chinen 4p & Cho Chikun 9p [w] | result: B+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS

Games of Round 2…

2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4

Click on the image to enlarge it… on Eidogo/OGS you get the game as SGF for your individual review via browser.

  1. C.Mukai 5p & S.Takao 9p [b] vs. T.Koyama 6p & N.Hane 9p [w] | result: W+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  2. Hsieh.Y-Min 6p & R.Kono 9p [b] vs. K.Kato 6p & D.Murakawa 8p [w] | result: B+6.5… review: Eidogo | OGS
  3. M.Yoshida 8p & H.Yamashiro 9p [b] vs. Y.Kuwabara 6p & S.Yuki 9p [w] | result: B+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  4. A.Suzuki 6p & J.Akiyama 9p [b] vs. W.Jing Yi 2p & Ch. Sun Jin 9p [w] | result: B+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS

Games of Semi Finals…

3-1 3-2

Click on the image to enlarge it… on Eidogo/OGS you get the game as SGF for your individual review via browser.

  1. Hsieh.Y-M 6p & R.Kono 9p [b] vs. T.Koyama 6p & N.Hane 9p [w] | result: W+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS
  2. A.Suzuki 6p & J.Akiyama 9p [b] vs. M.Yoshida 8p & H.Yamashiro 9p [w] | result: B+Resign… review: Eidogo | OGS

You can download all 14 games in UGI format inclusive Ugi viewer Panda-Egg (Windows XP/Vista/7/8 version) as zipped file from here  (or 2nd backup server on Dropbox). You get the Ugi viewer Panda-Tetsuki for iPad/iPhone here, and at Google Play for Android devices.

Congrats to the Finalists pairing (for the game coming in March 2015):

– Terumi Koyama 6p & Naoki Hane 9p Pair
– Ayumi Suzuki 6p & Jiro Akiyama 9p Pair

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… and tks to Pandanet-IGS for live streaming the event.

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Former Champions (1994-2014)

Formar Champions Finalist
20th
2014
Kumiko Yashiro 6-dan
Yuta Iyama Kisei・Meijin・Honinbo・Tengen・Oza・Gosei
Chiaki Mukai Woman’s Honinbo
Satoshi Yuki Judan
19th
2013
Hsieh Yi Min Woman’s Honinbo ・ Woman’s Meijin ・ Woman’s kisei
Satoru KOBAYASHI 9-dan
Narumi OSAWA 4-dan
Tomochika MIZOKAMI 8-dan
18th
2012
Hsieh Yi Min Woman’s Honinbo・Woman’s Meijin
Wang Ming Wan 9-dan
Yukari Yoshihara 5-dan
Satoshi Yuki 9-dan
17th
2011
Hsieh Yi Min Woman’s Honinbo・Woman’s Meijin・Woman’s Kisei
Wang Ming Wan 9-dan
Ayumi Suzuki 5-dan
Satoshi Yuki Tengen
16th
2010
Domestic champions / B BlockYukari
UMEZAWA Woman’s Kisei
Shinji TAKAO 9-dan
A Block
Akane ISHII 1-dan
Hideyuki SAKAI 7-dan
15th
2009
Keiko KATO Women’s Saikyo
Naoki HANE Honinbo
Hsieh Yi Min Women’s Honinbo・Women’s Meijin
Yuta IYAMA 8-dan
14th
2008
Narumi OSAWA 3-dan
Cho Chikun Judan
Hsieh Yi Min Women’s Honinbo
Rin KONO Tengen
13th
2007
Yumiko OKADA 6-dan
Kimio YAMADA 9-dan
Ayumi SUZUKI 3-dan
Hsu CHANG Gosei
12th
2006
Ayumi SUZUKI 3-dan
Hsu CHANG Meijin・Oza
Izumi KOBAYASHI Women’s Saikyo
Keigo YAMASHITA 9-dan
11th
2005
Kikuyo AOKI 8-dan
Tomoyasu MIMURA 9-dan
Keiko KATO 4-dan
Li Chen WANG Judan
10th
2004
Izumi KOBAYASHI Women’s Honinbo・ Women’s Meijin・JAL Women’s
Keigo YAMASHITA Kisei
Yoko INORI 5-dan
25th Honinbo Chikun
9th
2003
Yoko INORI 5-dan
25th Honinbo Chikun
Mika YOSHIDA 7-dan
Koichi KOBAYASHI Gosei
8th
2002
Yoko INORI 5-dan
Cho Chikun Oza
Teruko KUSUNOKI 7-dan
Norimoto YODA Meijin
7th
2001
Teruko KUSUNOKI 7-dan
Norimoto YODA Meijin
Narumi OSAWA 2-dan
Hai Fong LIN 9-dan
6th
2000
Mika YOSHIDA 6-dan
Hiroaki HIGASHINO 9-dan
Mayu HOSAKA 2-dan
Kimio YAMADA 7-dan
5th
1999
Kikuyo AOKI 7-dan
Kunihisa HONDA 9-dan
Terumi NISHIDA Women’s Meijin
Si Hoon RYU 7-dan
4th
1998
Kikuyo AOKI 7-dan
Kunihisa HONDA 9-dan
Kumiko YASHIRO 2-dan
Masao KATO Judan
3rd
1996
Kaori CHINEN 2-dan
Satoshi YUKI 8-dan
Akiko TSUKUDA 1-dan
Hideo OTAKE 9-dan
2nd
1995
Izumi KOBAYASHI 1-dan
Koichi KOBAYASHI 9-dan
Kazuko KONISHI 5-dan
Syoji HASHIMOTO 9-dan
1st
1994
Kazuko KONISHI 4-dan
Syoji HASHIMOTO 9-dan
Ayako NAKAZAWA 3-dan
Yoshio ISHIDA 9-dan

(Source: 02/2015 – Pandanet-IGS / Japan Pair Go Association)

The Chinese Year of Wodden Goat begins… We wish our Go friends in China + Korea a happy new year

In Korea it’s tradition to reunion with the whole family from 18th till 20th February 2015 to celebrate 1024px-Korean.food-Tteok.mandu.guk-01Seollal… and to give tribute on first day of the new year (following the mooncalendar) to the ancestors by practising special rites… and to extend to the elder family members the new year’s greetings (Sebae).

On Seollal it is celebrated to become one year older. Eating Tteokguk (soup with rice cake) celebrates the purety and long living. White is the colour of Tteok and symbolizes purity, the longish form of it represents a long life.

The Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is a family event and by far the most important date in the course of the year and thus the most important Chinese holiday. The public holidays are laid down for 18th till 24th February 2015. 2015... the year of wooden goat

2015 is the yea of the “wooden goat“. In China the goat stands for gentleness, peace, love, cooperation and helpfulness, and wood for creativity and productivity. Politically 2015 gives hope for peaceful and diplomatic solutions. For private life Chinese expect in 2015 to have more time for love and family. A conciliatory and loving interaction is favored for lonely hearts and the chances of falling in love.

I wish all my Asian friends in Korea and China a happy new year ! – Have more time for playing GO/Weiqi/Baduk… 🙂

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videos tutorials (5 clips): Teaching of kidds by Nie Weiping (Chinese, 9 Dan)

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9 Dan Nie Weiping…

Nie Weiping 聂卫平 (born 17 Aug 1952) 9-dan was for many years the strongest Go player in China. Chang Hao and Gu Li have been his pupil. A translation of Nie’s book Nie Weiping on Go is published by Yutopian (Source: 30th Jan 2014 | Sensei’s Library).

I found following videos documenting Weiping’s teachings of Chinese kidds. I fell over the videos on his own Blog site. Unluckily the page is no more updated since 19th March 2013.

Nie Weiping was one of the consultants who contributed contents to the magazine ShaoErWeiqi (少儿围棋). It was a monthly WeiQi magazine in Chinese language aimed at children. Since August 2010 it has been merged with another magazine formerly known as Weiqi shao nian (围棋少年 = Young Go Master). – Source: 23rd May 2012 | Sensei’s Library.

I like the pedagogic way of Weiping documented in the videos the pupils play both, black and white… in my understanding it helps to get a more clear perspective of the whole game and for the opponent’s situation, too. I never experienced this way of teaching by Western players/teachers inspite I liked it to lay longer sequences for white and black to get a better understanding for the consequences of each move. – Mostly I received negatively critics about like: “you can’t forsee so many moves as the opponent will play something different”. We see by following videos that the Chinese way of teaching is differently. – Amazing to notice these very young kidds playing long sequences excellently (that’s how I see it as beginner / kyu ranked player).

Nie Weiping only interferes from continuouing for showing the consequences, weaknesses or alternatives. – Enjoy it !

1st video (date: 2013-01-12 16:24)
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2nd video (date: 2013-01-09 17:59)
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3rd video (date:  2013-01-08 16:40)
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4th video (date: 2012-12-14 16:31)
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5th video (date: 2012-12-12 22:35)
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Go pedagogy in South Kora (video): RELAY BADUK – 릴레이 바둑 ㅋ (Girls vs. Boys Team)

Tkts (again) to 김한비 (Daejeon/South Korea) for another wonderful short video about how kidds are being educated in Go (Baduk) in South Kora. – In my understanding “Relay Baduk” is teaching a lot more than only about GO itself… within an environment of “friendly competition” (here ‘girls team’ vs. ‘boys team’).

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Go pedagogy in South Korea: Relay Baduk

I have no doubts about that “Relay Baduk” can give kidds the skills as team players, and they learn to overtake responsability for their own decisions against their peer group (team), understand / read silently the doing of their Go partners (e.g. as we know in Rengo / Pair GO) and give support to each other (e.g. the stronger players help the weaker players).

I like in the video, that there is given “no time pressure” by the teacher. Every kidd takes the time it needs to think about next best move so it looks. – The discipline of the kidds is fantastic, no one is yealing around about a “bad move” of its class mate (as we probably might know it in Western schools). Everybody tries his / her best with fully concentration.

Critics & Feedback are welcome…


RELAY BADUK
릴레이 바둑 ㅋ

2nd round of “Boys team vs. Ladies team”

어제 분에 못참아서온 남학생들 ㅋ
기어이 오늘 남여 성대결에서 이겨서
1 : 1이 되었습니다

The Boys team wins !

내일은 뭘로 결승을할까

Recording Date: 29th January 2015
Editor: 김한비 (Daejeon)
Length: 02:00 min.

Go Homework (video): How to memorize Baduk opening (fuseki)

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When the Go pupils replay the opening (fuseki),
they say the number of each move in Chinese and in ENG.

포석 외워오기 숙제를 중국어로 영어로 검사받는 아이들입니다

Tks to 김한비 (Daejeon, South Korea) for this short video giving an interesting perspective about Go teaching andd its cultural context.

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MySanRenSei Blog statistics: Tks to > 4,400 visitors within two months (since 11th Nov 2014)

Many tks to all the visitors and Go friends this Go blog has seen over last two months from all around the globe. – Yours, LinuxGooo  

On 11th November 2014 the MySanRenSei blog opened to the public being linked with social medias (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, Reddit) and since then received tremendous interests from many, many countries (Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Hungary, Mexico, Brazil, Malaysia, Belgium, Singapore, Austria, Germany, Russian Fderation, Turkey, Romania, Chile, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Japan, Netherlands, Republic of Korea, Israel, Sweden, Spain, Poland, Italy, Canada, United Kingdom, USA, France, Taiwan, Viet Nam, Ukraine, Denmark, Argentina, Hong Kong, Puerto Rico, Norway, Venezuela, South Africa and others):

  • November 2014: 989 views / 307 Blog visitors + 2,584 Twitter impressions (1.5% engagement rate)
  • December 2014: 8,116 views / 3,452 Blog visitors + 5,890 Twitter impressions (2.7% engagement rate)
  • January 2015: 1,539 views / 687 Blog visitors + 1,332 Twitter impressions (1.5% engagement rate)

In total:  10,644 views by 4,446 Blog visitors and 9,806 Twitter impressions.

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New ebook store: original Go books from Japan…

Many Go players I know love this ancient game because of the Asian culture which can be experienced herewith. – Same I like to feel the Asian spirit and traditions embedded in modernity of 21st century by playing Go and being in contact with the international GO scene.

In Western world we depend on sources for our Go studies with translations of the original Japanse, Chinese or Korean publishers. Some few Go books have been written directly in English; mostly the Go literature is translated from books being written by Chinese, Japanese or Korean high Pro Dans .

On my own yet I haven’t bought an original Japanese book lacking of language skills… as beginner mostly I use the standard books in English as I was adviced by my Go friends and teachers to study with. You find more details about on the Go wiki SL (Sensei’s Library), e.g. …

Further I use:

These book titles are on my “to-do/wish list”:

What about to order Go books directly from stores of the leading nations (Korea, China and Japane) ? – Today was announced on Facebook a new Japanese Go ebook store with following 30 book titles (see covers).

The price of each single eBook (as PDF download) is 3,000 Japanese Yen (= 21.3001 Euros / 25.0046 US $) with credit card payment (VISA, Master, AMEX).

Would you buy these original Japanese books as PDF download ? – Do you know any of these books ? – Pls leave a comment about your own experiences… and check out the online store on your own here.

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Japanese go ebook 006  Japanese go ebook 005 Japanese go ebook 004

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If you like to know more about Japanese Go material, the AGA (American Go Association) has a huge collection in it’s archive. Here an overview with the list organized by year of publishing from 1901 till 2003 (Rec.: If you have any questions or inquires please contact the AGA archivist David Doshay directly via phone: 408-867-8851 or eMail: ddoshay@mac.com): 

INDEX INFORMATION

YEAR PUBLISHED; Au00 (Author/Year); TITLE; AUTHOR; Name of periodical; Date of Periodical Publication; VOLUME-NUMBER of periodical publication; # of pages in book or page numbers; PUBLISHER; Place of publication; ISBN

1901 (Meiji 33); 82; Kifu Hyakkyoku, “Kougyoku Yoin” (Shusaku’s 100 Games, “If you strike stones, you will get echoes”) Vol 2; Kosaku Ishitani; ; ; 2; 56p; Ono Man Zai Kan, Hou En Sha; Tokyo;
1901 (Meiji 33); 83; Kifu Hyakkyoku, “Kougyoku Yoin” (Shusaku’s 100 Games, “If you strike stones, you will get echoes”) Vol 3; Kosaku Ishitani; ; ; 3; 54p; Ono Man Zai Kan, Hou En Sha; Tokyo;
1901 (Meiji 33); 84; Kifu Hyakkyoku, “Kougyoku Yoin” (Shusaku’s 100 Games, “If you strike stones, you will get echoes”) Vol 4; Kosaku Ishitani; ; ; 4; 70p; Ono Man Zai Kan, Hou En Sha; Tokyo;
1908; Hi08; Fuseki Tsuron; Hirose Heijiro; ; ; ; 136p; Daiyakyo Kichi; Tokyo;
1917; Su17-01; Shi Katsu Kenkyu Jo (Life and Death Study); Suzuki Tamejiro; ; ; ; p1-138; Shi Bun Kan; Tokyo;
1917; Su17-02; Shi Katsu Kenkyu Ge (Life and Death Study); Suzuki Tamejiro; ; ; ; p139-246; Shi Bun Kan; Tokyo;
1917 (Taisho 6); 66; Okigo Ishi Date Ge Kan (Handicap Stone Play Second Volume); Junichi Karigane 6 Dan and Kentaro Kobayashi 3 Dan; ; ; ; 114p; Hakubunkan; ;
1918 (3rd Version); 54; Genkon Meika Go Sen Dai Ichi (Present Celebrity Go Games Vol 1); ; ; ; 1; 201p; Cho Hou Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2101; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 1 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 1); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2102; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 2 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 2); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2103; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 3 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 3); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2104; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 4 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 4); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2105; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 5 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 5); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2106; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 6 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 6); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1921; Ig2107; Igo Tora no Maki Dai 7 Kan (Igo Tora no Maki Monthly Journal Vol 7); ; ; ; ; ; Tomi no Nihon Sha; Japan;
1924; So24; 6 Shi Yori 9 Shi Made Uwate no Nakite (White’s Weak Points in Handicap Games from 6 to 9 Stones); Kogishi Soji; ; ; ; ; Shibunkan; Japan;
1924 (5th Version); 55; Genkon Meika Go Sen Dai Ni (Present Celebrity Go Games Vol 2); ; ; ; 2; 201p; Shi Bun Kan; ;
1925; It25; Igo Kosshi Myoshu Hyakutai (100 Patterns of Excellent Moves); Tsuyamori Itsuro; ; ; ; ; Maeda Bunshindo; Japan;
1925; Se25; Uchikomi no suji to Shudan; Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; ; Hakubunkan; Tokyo;
1926; Ka26; Igo Tagaisen Fuseki Semeai Ho Ge (Even Game Opening Fight Vol 2); Nakagawa Kamesaburo; ; ; ; ; Shibunkan; Japan;
1927; Ka27; Gokyo Shumyo; Karigane Junichi; ; ; ; 148p; Miko Shoji; Tokyo;
1929; Ni29; Tagaisen Joseki Dai 2 Kan; Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; 100p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1930; 27; Meijin Igo Zenshu Tagaisen Fuseki Ho; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 1; 235p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1930; 28; Meijin Igo Zenshu Tagaisen Joseki Jo Kan ; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 280p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1930; 31; Meijin Igo Zenshu Okigo Joseki; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 268p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1930 (Original 1925 (Taisho 15)); 79; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku Dai 1 Kan (Lecture Record of Elementary Go Number 5 Volume); Kensaku Sekoshi et al (and others); ; ; 5; 90p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1930 (Original 1925 (Taisho 15)); 80; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku Dai 1 Kan (Lecture Record of Elementary Go Number 6 Volume); Kensaku Sekoshi et al (and others); ; ; 6; 84p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1931; 25; Meijin Igo Zenshu 2, 3, 4 Stone Fuseki Hou; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 84; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1931; 26; Meijin Igo Zenshu Jissen (Actual Fighting) Kihan (Model); Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 252p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1931; 29; Meijin Igo Zenshu Tagaisen Joseki Chu Kan; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 235p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1931; Ig3105; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 5 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 5); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3107; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 7 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 7); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3108; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 8 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 8); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3109; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 9 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 9); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3110; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 10 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 10); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3111; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 11 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 11); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3112; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 12 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 12); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3113; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 13 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 13); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3114; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 14 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 14); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931; Ig3115; Igo Taishu Koza Dai 15 Kan (Igo Taishu Koza Monthly Journal Vol 15); ; ; ; ; ; Heibon Sha; Japan;
1931 (Original 1925 (Taisho 15)); 77; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku Dai 1 Kan (Lecture Record of Elementary Go Number 3 Volume); Kensaku Sekoshi et al (and others); ; ; 3; 100p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1932; 15; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Meijen Shinan Go 4-Shi-Kyoku (Master Intruction Go 4 Stone Games) ; ; ; ; 2; 162p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1932; 19; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Jissen Shokai (Actual Fighting Detailed Explanation) Shiroto Go Jo (Master’s Comments on Amateur Games First Set); ; ; ; 1; 166p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1932; 22; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Igo Zenshi (Go Complete History) Zain Danshu 2 (Collection of Talk in Quite Place 2); ; ; ; 3; 168p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1932; 30; Meijin Igo Zenshu Tagaisen Joseki Ge Kan; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 234p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1932 (Original 1924 (Taisho 15)); 75; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku Dai 1 Kan (Lecture Record of Elementary Go Number 1 Volume); Kensaku Sekoshi et al (and others); ; ; 1; 90p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1932 (Original 1925 (Taisho 15)); 78; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku Dai 1 Kan (Lecture Record of Elementary Go Number 4 Volume); Kensaku Sekoshi et al (and others); ; ; 4; 94p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1933; 14; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Meijen Shinan Go 2,3-Shi-Kyoku (Master Intruction Go 2,3 Stone Games) ; ; ; ; 10; 153p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 16; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Meijen Shinan Go 5-Shi-Kyoku (Master Intruction Go 5 Stone Games) ; ; ; ; 4; 84p, 32p, 44p ; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 17; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Meijen Shinan Go 6,7-Shi-Kyoku (Master Intruction Go 6,7 Stone Games) ; ; ; ; 6; 86p, 72p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 18; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Meijen Shinan Go 8,9-Shi-Kyoku (Master Intruction Go 8,9 Stone Games) ; ; ; ; 9; 158p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 20; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Jissen Shokai (Actual Fighting Detailed Explanation) Shiroto Go Kan Ge (Master’s Comments on Amateur Games Second Set) ; ; ; ; 7; 174p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 21; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Igo Zenshi (Go Complete History) Zain Danshu 1 (Collection of Talk in Quite Place 1); ; ; ; 8; 150p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 23; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Igo Zenshi (Go Complete History) Zain Danshu 3 (Collection of Talk in Quite Place 3); ; ; ; 5; 158p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1933; 32; Games of Shuho Zenshu; ; ; ; 1; 182p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1933; 33; Games of Murasa Shuho; ; ; ; 2; 183-356p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1933; 34; Games of Murasa Shuho; ; ; ; 3; 357-588p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1933; 35; Games of Murasa Shuho; Shuyei; ; ; 1-Part 1; 126p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1933; 36; Games of Murasa Shuho; Shuyei; ; ; 2-Part 2; 127-256p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1933; Igkx09; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 09-5,10,12; ; ; ;
1933; Kixx10; Kido; ; ; ; 10-2,4,10; ; ; ;
1933; Sh33; Meijin Shinan Go 6-7 Shi Kykoku (Famous Instruction Go 6-7 Young Situations); Honinbo Shusai; ; ; ; 72p; Heibon Sha; Tokyo;
1933; Su33; Igo Dai Jiten, Dai 1 Kan, Okigo Hen (Go Large Dictionary, Handicap Volume); Suzuki, Tamejiro; ; ; ; 558p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1933 (Original 1924 (Taisho 14)); 76; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku Dai 1 Kan (Lecture Record of Elementary Go Number 2 Volume); Kensaku Sekoshi et al (and others); ; ; 2; 96p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1934; 13; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Meijen Shinan Tagai Sen Kyoku Go (Master Intruction Go Even Games) ; ; ; ; 11; 164p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1934; 37; Games of Murasa Shuho; Shuyei; ; ; 3-Part 1; 257-382p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1934; 38; Games of Murasa Shuho; Shuyei; ; ; 4-Part 2; 383-506p; Shi Bun Kan; Japan;
1934; 56; Igo Kakumei Shin Fuseki Ho (New Fuseki Principles) Hoshi San San Tengen no Unyo (How to use Star, 3-3, and Center Points); Kitani Minoru, Go Seigen, Yasunaga Hajime; ; ; ; 154p; Hei Bon Sha; Tokyo;
1934; 57; Igo Kakumei Jissen Shin Fuseki Jitsu (New Opening Strategy in Actual Games); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 218p; Hei Bon Sha; Tokyo;
1934; 71; Igo no Tehodoki (Go Introduction); 7 Dan Nakane Hojiro (Speaker) & 4 Dan Masui Kyuko (Writer); ; ; 2; 100p; Dai Bun Kan Shoten; ;
1934; 72; Igo Jissen Goju Ban (Actual 50 Go Games); Meijin Honinbo Sensei Sanji (Speaker) & 6 Dan Inagaki Nissho Sensei Cho (Writer); ; ; 3; 106p; Dai Bun Kan Shoten; ;
1934; 73; Shin-an Igo Tsukai (New Idea Go Comentary); 6 dan Inagaki Nissho Sensei Cho; ; ; 4; 78p; Dai Bun Kan Shoten; ;
1934; 74; Igo Jitsuryoku no Tehodoki (Go Real Ability (Force) Introduction); 7 Dan Nakane Hojiro (Speaker) & 4 Dan Masui Kyuko (Writer); ; ; 5; 101p; Dai Bun Kan Shoten; ;
1934; Ki34; Shin Fuseki Ho (New Fuseki Principles); Kitani Minoru; ; ; ; 218p; Hei Bon Sha; Tokyo;
1934; Ki34; Igo Kakume Jissen Shin Fuseki Jitsu (Fuseki New War Truth (Reality)); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 218p; Hei Bon Sha; Tokyo;
1934; Su34; Igo Dai Jiten, Dai 2 Kan, Tagai Sen Hen, Jo Kan (Go Large Dictionary, Even Volume, First Book); Suzuki, Tamejiro; ; ; ; 578p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1935; 24; Meijen Igo Koza (Master Go Course of Study) Igo Zenshi (Go Complete History) Zain Danshu 4 (Collection of Talk in Quite Place 4); ; ; ; 12; 194p; Hei Bon Sha; Japan;
1935; 48; Kitani vs Go Seigen — Soha Sen Fu Jo Kan (Kitani vs Go Seigen– Champion Game Record First Vol); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; 1; 211p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1935; 49; Saikin no Shin Fuseki Tagai Sen Hen (Latest of New Opening Even Volume); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; 2; 203p; Sei Bun Do; Japan;
1935; 50; Kinsei Mei Kyoku Hihan (Recent Times Distinguished Game Situation Comments); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; 3; 193p; Sei Bun Do Shin Kou Sha; Japan;
1935; 58; Gote no Sente (Defense Play with Offense Potential); Sekiyama Riichi 5dan; ; ; ; 221p; San Sei Do; ;
1935; 60; Kokon Mei Kifu (Ancient and Modern Famous Go Games); Yomiuri Shinbunsha; ; 1934; ; 266p; Yomiuri Shinbunsha; ;
1935; 63; Hochi Sodan Igo (Pair Games) Suzuki Tamejiro 7 Dan & Segoe Kensaku 7 Dan vs Kitani Menoru 6 Dan & Go Seigen 6 Dan; Eikoma Kosho & Seki Seigetsu; ; 1935; ; 188p; Dai Nippon Yuben Kai Koudansha; ;
1935; 70; Igo Dokushu Sho (Go Self Instruction Books); Igo Kurabu; ; 1934; 1; 115p; Dai Bun Kan Shoten; ;
1935; Ha35; GenGen Gokyo Shinteihon (A new presentation based on the ancient chinese book Gen Gen Kikei); Hashimoto; ; ; ; 225p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1935; Igkx11; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 11-1,12; ; ; ;
1935; Iw35; Go no Te Dokoro (Ko no Bu) (Go of Move Where to Play); Iwamoto; ; ; ; 125p; Seibundo; Tokyo;
1935; Ki35; Tsume Go no Shin Kenkyu (Tsume Go New Study) (In the Gendai Igo Daikei Collection; Kita Fumiko; ; ; ; 201p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1935; Kixx12; Kido; ; ; ; 12-1,5,8,9; ; ; ;
1935; Se35; Gote no Sente; Sekiyama Toshikazu; ; ; ; 221p; Sanseido; Tokyo;
1935; Su35; Igo Dai Jiten, Dai 3 Kan, Tagaisen Hen, Ge Kan (Go Large Dictionary, Even Volume, Second Book); Suzuki, Tamejiro; ; ; ; 682p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1936; 51; Saikin no Shin Fuseki Okigo Hen (Latest of New Opening Handicap Games Volume); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; 4; 168p; Sei Bun Do Shin Kou Sha; Japan;
1936; 59; Uchikomi to UteKata (Invasions and How to Respond); Maeda Nobuaki; ; ; ; 249p; San Sei Do; ;
1936; Igkx12; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 12-1,5,11; ; ; ;
1936; Ki36; Shin Fuseki no Shinro (Shin Fuseki Direction); Kitani Minoru; ; ; ; 174p; Niho Ki-in; Tokyo;
1936 (Showa 10); 61; Igo Dokuhon (Book on Go); Kensaku Segoe 7 Dan; ; ; ; 293p; Seibundo Shinkosha; ;
1937; 39; Zoku Meijin igo Zenshu Vol 1 Taisha Joseki Part 1; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 1-1; 204p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1937; 40; Zoku Meijin igo Zenshu Vol 2 Mei Kyoku Kaisetsu Part 1; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 2-1; 210p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1937; 41; Zoku Meijin igo Zenshu Vol 3 Uchigo Senshu Part 1; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 3-1; 212p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1937; 52; Kitani Minoru – Go Seigen Uchi Go Shu (Kitani Minoru vs Go Seigen Go Game Collection); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; 5; 174p; Sei Bun Do Shin Kou Sha; Japan;
1937; 53; Kitani vs Go Seigen — Soha Sen Fu Ge Kan (Kitani vs Go Seigen– Champion Game Record Second Vol); Kitani Minoru & Go Seigen; ; ; 6; 171p; Sei Bun Do Shin Kou Sha; Japan;
1937; Igkx13; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 13-8,9,10; ; ; ;
1937; Kixx14; Kido; ; ; ; 14-1,3,4,6,7,8,12; ; ; ;
1937; Kixx14g; Kido Autumn Game Records; ; ; ; 14g-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8; ; ; ;
1937; Kixx14g; Kido Spring Game Records; ; ; ; 14g-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8; ; ; ;
1937 (Showa 12); 67; Gosen Rokudan Kika Kinen Go (Naturalization Comemorativce issue of Gosen Rokudan); Gosen Etal; ; 1937; Supplement to Kido 14th Year Num 1; 103p; Nihon Kiin; ;
1938; 365; Kanzu Fu Jo (The Government Master Album Beginning) (Collection of Chinese Life and Death Problems); Originally written by Ka Hyakurei of Ming Dynasty, and edited by Shikigyoku of Onig Dynasty; ; ; ; 1-147p; Rei Jin Do; Japan;
1938; 366; Kanzu Fu Jo (The Government Master Album Beginning) (Collection of Chinese Life and Death Problems); Originally written by Ka Hyakurei of Ming Dynasty, and edited by Shikigyoku of Onig Dynasty; ; ; ; 147-300p; Rei Jin Do; Japan;
1938; 367; Kanzu Fu Jo (The Government Master Album Beginning) (Collection of Chinese Life and Death Problems); Originally written by Ka Hyakurei of Ming Dynasty, and edited by Shikigyoku of Onig Dynasty; ; ; ; 301-484p; Rei Jin Do; Japan;
1938; 42; Zoku Meijin igo Zenshu Vol 4 Mei Kyoku Kaisetsu Part 2; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 4-2; 210p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1938; Igkx14; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 14-7,8,11; ; ; ;
1938; Igsx02; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 02-11; ; ; ;
1938; Igsx02d; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 02d-11; ; ; ;
1938; Kixx15; Kido; ; ; ; 15-1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1938; Kixx15d; Kido; ; ; ; 15d-6,7,7,8,8,9,9,10,11,11,12,12; ; ; ;
1938; Kixx15g; Kido Autumn Game Records; ; ; ; 15g-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8; ; ; ;
1938; Kixx15g; Kido Spring Game Records; ; ; ; 15g-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8; ; ; ;
1938; Kixx15gd; Kido Autumn Game Records; ; ; ; 15gd-8; ; ; ;
1938; Kixx15gd; Kido Spring Game Records; ; ; ; 15gd-1,2,5,6,8; ; ; ;
1938; Ku38; Go no Shobu dokoro Tedokoro Jo Kan (Vital Points and Deciding Points Vol 1); Kubomatsu Katsukiyo; ; ; ; 201p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1939; 368; Cho Joseki to Cho Fuseki ( Ultra Joseki and Ultra Opening); Shin Kato 7dan; ; 10 May 1939; ; 135p; Nippon Kiin; Tokyo;
1939; 43; Zoku Meijin igo Zenshu Vol 5 Uchigo Senshu Part 2; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 5-2; 186p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1939; 44; Zoku Meijin igo Zenshu Vol 6 Taisha Joseki Part 2; Honinbo Shusai; ; ; 6-2; 205-371p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1939; Ig3901; Korega dekireba Shodan Joban, Chuban, Shuban Mondai Shu (If you can do this, Shodan); Seibundo Shinkosha; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1939; Igkx15; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 15-5; ; ; ;
1939; Igsx03; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 03-1,7,5,6,11; ; ; ;
1939; Igsx03d; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 03d-1,7,7,7,11,11; ; ; ;
1939; Kixx16; Kido; ; ; ; 16-8; ; ; ;
1939; Ni39; Oteai Kesenshu Haru no Maki ge (Formal Professional Game Record Spring Vol 2); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1939; Se39; Ikken Chokukai Honte to Usote Zukai (Illustrated Right and Wrong Moves); Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; 150p; Shibunkan; Japan;
1939; Se39; Sumi no Shi Katsu (Corner Life and Death); Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; 218p; Hakubunkan; Tokyo;
1940; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 16-11; ; Nihon Kiin; ;
1940; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 16-10; ; Nihon Kiin; ;
1940; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 16-12; ; Nihon Kiin; ;
1940; Igkx16; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 16-2,10,11; ; ; ;
1940; Igkx16d; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 16d-10; ; ; ;
1940; Ma40; Ikken Chokukai Shinte no Uchikata Zukai (Illustrated New Moves); Maeda Nobuaki; ; ; ; 140p; Shibunkan; Japan;
1940 (Showa 15); 404; Shusaku Zenshu Dai Ichi Kan (Shusaku Game Collection Volume 1) ; Masahiro Kohara; ; ; ; 180p; Hakubun Kan; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-1; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-2; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-3; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-4; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-5; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-6; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-7; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-8; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Club ; ; ; ; 17-9; ; Nippon Kiin; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-1; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-2; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-3; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-4; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-5; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-6; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-7; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; 100; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 5-8; ; Igo Shujusha; ;
1941; Igkx17; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 17-1,2,3; ; ; ;
1941; Igkx17d; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 17d-1,2; ; ; ;
1941; Kiex01; Kien; ; ; ; 01-1,2; ; ; ;
1941; Kiex01d; Kien; ; ; ; 01d-2; ; ; ;
1946; Igkx01; Igo Kenkyu; ; ; ; 01-2,3; ; ; ;
1946; Igkx01d; Igo Kenkyu; ; ; ; 01d-3,3,3,3,3; ; ; ;
1947; Igkx02; Igo Kenkyu; ; ; ; 02-1,2,3; ; ; ;
1947; Kiex07; Kien; ; ; ; 07-4,5,6; ; ; ;
1947; Kixx22; Kido; ; ; ; 22-10,11,12; ; ; ;
1947; Kixx22d; Kido; ; ; ; 22d-10,10,10,10,11,11,12; ; ; ;
1948; Ke48; Go Seigen Igo 20 Nen (Go Seigen’s Twenty Years in Go); Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; 125; Kien Tasho; Japan;
1948; Kixx23; Kido; ; ; ; 23-2,3,4,7,8,10; ; ; ;
1949; 101; Shogaku Igo Koza; Nogami Akira; ; ; 5; 124p; Towasha; ;
1949; Go50-02; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Shiro no Fuseki (White Fuseki); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 118p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1949; Go50-03; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Joseki no Yoryo Jo (Joseki of Outline First); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 117p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1949; Go50-06; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Joban Senjutsu (Beginning Strategy); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 111p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1949; Go50-07; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Chuban Senjutsu (Middle Strategy); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 126p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1949; Go50-09; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Shi Katsuto Shusoku (Life & Death and Tie up); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 119p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1949; Igsx03; Igo Sekai; ; ; ; 03-2,3; ; ; ;
1949; Ni49; Nihon Ki-in Igo Kiyaku (Nihon Ki-in Go Rules); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 59p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1950; 101; Shogaku Igo Koza; Nogami Akira; ; ; 1; 118p; Towasha; ;
1950; 101; Shogaku Igo Koza; Nogami Akira; ; ; 2; 121p; Towasha; ;
1950; 101; Shogaku Igo Koza; Nogami Akira; ; ; 3; 122p; Towasha; ;
1950; 101; Shogaku Igo Koza; Nogami Akira; ; ; 4; 122p; Towasha; ;
1950; 101; Shogaku Igo Koza; Nogami Akira; ; ; 6; 122p; Towasha; ;
1950; Fu50; Igo Nyumon; Fujita Goro; ; ; ; 145p; Osaka Ko Jin Sha; Osaka;
1950; Go50-01; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Kuro no Fuseki (Black Fuseki); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 124p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1950; Go50-04; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Joseki no Yoryo Ka (Joseki of Outline Second); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 116p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1950; Go50-05; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Hoshi no Joseki (Hoshi of Joseki); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 120p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1950; Go50-08; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Uchikomi to Kyu Sho (Invasion and Emergency Manage); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 128p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1950; Ig50-52; Hamete ni Tsuyoku Naru (Strong Become); Kageyama Toshiro; ; ; ; 64p; Igo Haruaki Bunko; Tokyo;
1950; Ig50-77; Hamete Sempo Koredake wa (Tricky Tactics); Kano Yoshinori; ; ; ; 64p; Igo Haruaki Bunko; Tokyo;
1950; Ig50-99; Tesuji no Hiroba; Kageyama Toshiro; ; ; ; 64p; Igo Haruaki Bunko; Tokyo;
1951; Go50-10; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu (10 Vol) Cho Go Sei I (Strike Go Spirit Origin); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 119p; Bungei Shunju Shin Sha; Tokyo;
1951; Igsx03; Igo Shinsho; ; ; ; 03-2,3; ; ; ;
1951; Kixx27; Kido; ; ; ; 27-11; ; ; ;
1952; Sa52-01; Saishin Igo Sencho Joseki Hen Dai 1 Kan (Newest Igo Complete Set Joseki Vol Number 1 Book); Iwamoto Kaoru; ; ; ; 263p; Sogansha; Tokyo;
1953; Bu53; Go Review, The Picture Go Magazine, Vol 1:1, 2:1; ; ; ; ; ; Igo-Bunka-Kai; Tokyo;
1953; Kixx29; Kido; ; ; ; 29-2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1953; Kixx29d; Kido; ; ; ; 29d-6,11,11,11,12; ; ; ;
1953; Ku53; Uchikomi no Kyusho (Invasion Vital Points); Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; ; Segoshi Igo Fukyukai; Japan;
1953; Ni56-03; Kindai Igo Uchikomi no Sempo Nihon Ki-in Sosho Dai 3 Hen (Modern Go Uchikomi Tactics Nihon Ki-in Series No 3 Vol); Maeda Nobuaki; ; ; ; 173p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1953; Ni56-05; Go no Kandokoro Nihon Ki-in Sosho Dai 5 Hen (Go Vital Points Nihon Ki-in Series No 5 Vol); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 184p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1953; Sa52-02; Saishin Igo Sencho Fuseki Hen Okigo Dai 2 Kan (Newest Igo Complete Set Fuseki Vol Handicap Number 2 Book); Kitani Minoru; ; ; ; 241p; Sogansha; Tokyo;
1953; Sa52-03; Saishin Igo Sencho Fuseki Hen Gosen Dai 3 Kan (Newest Igo Complete Set Fuseki Vol Even Number 3 Book); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 241p; Sogansha; Tokyo;
1953; Se53; Gendai Igo Juni Shu (Current Professional Game Records); Seibundo Shinkosha; ; ; ; 216p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1954; Fu54; Okigo Hissho Ho (Handicap Certain Victory Pricnipe); Fujimura Yoshikatsu; ; ; ; 225p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1954; Ig54; Igo Techo (Go Notebook); ; ; ; ; 76p; Seibundosha; Tokyo;
1954; Kixx30; Kido; ; ; ; 30-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12,13,14; ; ; ;
1954; Kixx30d; Kido; ; ; ; 30d-1,3,4,4,4,5,8,9,9,10,10,12,12,13,14; ; ; ;
1954; Sa52-04; Saishin Igo Senjitsu Hen 1 Dai 4 Kan (Newest Igo Complete Set Strategy Vol 1 Even Number 4 Book (Tesuji)); Kitani Minoru; ; ; ; 225p; Sogansha; Tokyo;
1954; Sa52-05; Saishin Igo Senjitsu Hen 2 Dai 5 Kan (Newest Igo Complete Set Strategy Vol 2 Even Number 5 Book, (Uchikomi)); Iwamoto Kaoru; ; ; ; 249p; Sogansha; Tokyo;
1954; Se54; Tsume Go Jiten (Life and Death Dictionary); Segoshi Kensaku; ; ; ; 124p; Segoshi Igo Fukyukai; Japan;
1955; Ho55a; Honinbo Shusaku Zenshu Dai 1 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shusaku Game Collection 1829-1862); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1955; Ho55b; Honinbo Shusaku Zenshu Dai 3 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shusaku Game Collection 1829-1862); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1955; Kixx31; Kido; ; ; ; 31-1,2,4,10; ; ; ;
1955; Kixx31d; Kido; ; ; ; 31d-10; ; ; ;
1955; Ni55; Nihon Ki-in Annai (Nihon Ki-in Guide); ; ; ; ; 48p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1955; Sa52-06; Saishin Igo Senjitsu Hen 3 Dai 6 Kan (Newest Igo Complete Set Strategy Vol 3 Even Number 6 Book, (Example Games)); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 257p; Sogansha; Tokyo;
1956; Go56; Kono Te go Yojin Go Seigen Suisho (Next Move Caution); Okame Sanjin; ; ; ; 207p; Igo Shunju Sha; Tokyo;
1956; Ho56; Honinbo Shuwa Zenshu Dai 1 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shuwa Game Collection 1820-1873); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1956; Ig56; Tesuji no Myomi Igo Shin Cho Shin Nen Tokubetsu Tachimachi Kasuo Dekiru (Charms/New Oportunity New Year Special Number Supp); ; ; ; ; 52p; Kiin; Tokyo;
1956; Kixx32; Kido; ; ; ; 32-3,3; ; ; ;
1956; Me56-01; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation) Sakata/Go Seigan; ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1956; Ni56-01; Tsume Go no Kangaekata Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (1) (How to Approach Life and Deathh Nihon Ki-in Go Library Book (1)); Hasegawa Akira; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1956; Ni56-03a; Igo Senjitsu Noto Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (3) (Go Tactics Notes Nihon Ki-in Go Library (3)); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 134p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1956; Ni56-06a; Zoku Suji no Tenaoshi Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (6) (How to Correct Vulgar Plays Nihon Ki-in Go Library (6)); Magari Reiki; ; ; ; 118p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1956; Ni56-10; Shobu Dokoro no Hiketsu Nihon Ki-in Sosho Dai 10 Hen (Victor or Defeat (Game) Manage Secret (key to) Nihon Ki-in Series No 10 Vol); Shimanura Toshishiro; ; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Go57-01; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu Dai 1 Kan (Go Seigen Game Collection Vol 1); Go Seigen; ; ; ; ; Bungeishunju Shisha; Japan;
1957; Go57-02; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu Dai 2 Kan (Go Seigen Game Collection Vol 2); Go Seigen; ; ; ; ; Bungeishunju Shisha; Japan;
1957; Go57-03; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu Dai 3 Kan (Go Seigen Game Collection Vol 3); Go Seigen; ; ; ; ; Bungeishunju Shisha; Japan;
1957; Go57-04; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu Dai 4 Kan (Go Seigen Game Collection Vol 4); Go Seigen; ; ; ; ; Bungeishunju Shisha; Japan;
1957; Go57-05; Go Seigen Igo Zenshu Dai 5 Kan (Go Seigen Game Collection Vol 5); Go Seigen; ; ; ; ; Bungeishunju Shisha; Japan;
1957; Ho57a; Honinbo Jowa Zenshu Dai 1 Kan (Complete Honinbo Jowa Game Collection 1787-1847); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1957; Ho57b; Honinbo Shuwa Zenshu Dai 3 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shuwa Game Collection 1820-1873); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1957; Ki57; Shintei Go Kyo Shu Myo Oyo Shikatsu Shu Ge (Practical Life & Death Collection Second Vol) (New Rev Go Experience Mult Mystery) Explanation by Takagawa Kaku; Hayashi Genmi; ; ; ; 208p; Sogen Sha; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-01; Shin Joseki Noto; ; Kido; ; ; 118p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-01; Shin Joseki Noto; ; Kido; ; ; 118p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-05; Kyo no Mondai (Today’s Question); ; ; ; ; 48p; Kienzu; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-06; Kyo no Mondai (Today’s Question); ; ; ; ; 48p; Kienzu; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-07; Kyo no Mondai (Today’s Question); ; ; ; ; 48p; Kienzu; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-09; Kyo no Mondai (Today’s Question); ; ; ; ; 48p; Kienzu; Tokyo;
1957; Ki57-10; Kyo no Mondai (Today’s Question); ; ; ; ; 48p; Kienzu; Tokyo;
1957; Kixx33; Kido; ; ; ; 33-2,3,11,14; ; ; ;
1957; Me57-11; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1957; Ni56-08; Okigo Joseki Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (8) (Handicap Joseki Nihon Ki-in Go Library (9)); Someya Kazuo; ; ; ; 122p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Ni56-09; Joseki no Ura-omote Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (9) (Joseki Good and Bad Points Nihon Ki-in Go Library (9)); Tanno Takeshi; ; ; ; 122p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Ni56-10; Yose no Sho Dokuhon Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (10) (Yose Small Reader Nihon Ki-in Go Library (10)); Kano Yoshinori; ; ; ; 118p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Ni56-12; Hamete no Hazushi Kata Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (12) (To Avoid Tricky Moves Nihon Ki-in Go Library (12)); Fujisawa Shuko; ; ; ; 126p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1957; Su57; Igo Dai Jiten, Dai 1 Kan, Hoshi – San San no Bu, (Go Large Dictionary, Number 1 Book, 1 Hoshi – San San Section); Suzuki, Tamejiro; ; ; ; 527p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-04; Chuban Koza Jitsuryoku o Thma nishi Okigo Hen (1) (Chuban Course of Study Actual Fighting Theme Okigo Volume); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-05; Chuban Koza Jitsuryoku o Thma nishi Okigo Hen (2) (Chuban Course of Study Actual Fighting Theme Okigo Volume); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-06; Chuban Koza Jitsuryoku o Thma nishi Okigo Hen (3) (Chuban Course of Study Actual Fighting Theme Okigo Volume); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-07; Chuban Koza Jitsuryoku o Thma nishi Okigo Hen (4) (Chuban Course of Study Actual Fighting Theme Okigo Volume); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-08; Chuban Koza Jitsuryoku o Thma nishi Okigo Hen (5) (Chuban Course of Study Actual Fighting Theme Okigo Volume); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-09; Chuban Koza Jitsuryoku o Thma nishi Okigo Hen (6) (Chuban Course of Study Actual Fighting Theme Okigo Volume); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-10; Yose Dokuhon Hitome de Wakaru Genri to Jissen (1) (Principle and Actual End Games At A Glance); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-11; Yose Dokuhon Hitome de Wakaru Genri to Jissen (2) (Principle and Actual End Games At A Glance); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ik58-12; Yose Dokuhon Hitome de Wakaru Genri to Jissen (3) (Principle and Actual End Games At A Glance); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ki58-01; Chuban Senjitsu Noto (Middle Game Strategy Notes); ; Kido; ; ; 117p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Ki60-01; Tesuji Kokoroe Cho (Tesuji Rules Notebook); ; Kido; ; ; 120p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1958; Sh58; Igo no Suri (Go Mathematics); Shimada Takuya; ; ; ; 226p; Shin Shoten; Tokyo;
1958; Su58; Igo Dai Jiten, Dai 2 Kan Komoku no Bu, (Go Large Dictionary, Number 2 Book, 2 Komoku Section); Suzuki, Tamejiro; ; ; ; 596p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ho59a; Honinbo Jowa Zenshu Dai 2 Kan (Complete Honinbo Jowa Game Collection 1787-1847); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1959; Ho59b; Honinbo Shuwa Zenshu Dai 5 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shuwa Game Collection 1820-1873); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1959; Ic3401; Hito Kuchi Jiten; ; ; ; ; 159p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1959; Igkx06; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 06-4,12; ; ; ;
1959; Ik59-01; Yose Dokuhon Hitome de Wakaru Genri to Jissen (4) (Principle and Actual End Games At A Glance); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-02; Yose Dokuhon Hitome de Wakaru Genri to Jissen (5) (Principle and Actual End Games At A Glance); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-03; Yose Dokuhon Hitome de Wakaru Genri to Jissen (6) (Principle and Actual End Games At A Glance); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-04; Tesuji Kihon Oyo (1) (Tesuji Basics and Practical Application); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-05; Tesuji Kihon Oyo (2) (Tesuji Basics and Practical Application); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-07; Tesuji Kihon Oyo (4) (Tesuji Basics and Practical Application); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-09; Tesuji Kihon Oyo (6) (Tesuji Basics and Practical Application); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-10; Hamete Takamoku Mokuhazushi (1); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ik59-11; Hamete Komoku (2); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ki59-01; Igo Genri Noto Sugu Mi Tsuku Koto (Principles Notes Frank Mind Adhear Highgrade Strategy); ; Kido; ; ; 117p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ki59-01; Igo Genri Noto Sugu Mi Tsuku Koto (Principles Notes Frank Mind Adhear Highgrade Strategy); Honinbo Shukaku; Kido; ; ; 117p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Kixx35; Kido; ; ; ; 35-11; ; ; ;
1959; Me59-02; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-03; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-04; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-05; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-07; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-09; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-10; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-11; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Me59-12; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1959; Mu59-10; Jo Ban no Saku Sen (Opening Strategy) Igo Nyumon Shinsho (Igo Beginner New Book); Murashima Yoshinori; Igo Nyumon Shinsha Surizu 16 Vol; ; ; 206p; Jitsugyo Nihonsha; Tokyo;
1959; Ni56-15; Ryoshu to Akushu Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (15) (Good Moves and Bad Moves Nihon Ki-in Go Library (15)); Kajiwara Takeo; ; ; ; 116p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Ni56-16; Chuban Sen no Hiketsu Nihon Ki-in Igo Bunko (16) (The Key to Middle Game Secrets) Nihon Ki-in Go Library (16)); Sugiuchi Masao; ; ; ; 116p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1959; Se59; Igo Kyokushu (Examples of Go Proverbs); Segoe Kensaku; ; ; ; 155p; Segoshi Igo Fukyukai Shuppanbu; Tokyo;
1960; Ho60; Honinbo Shuwa Zenshu Dai 6 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shuwa Game Collection 1820-1873); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1960; Ig60-06; Igo Fuseki ni Kansure 6 Sho (Six Chapters on Go Fuseki); Kageyama Toshiro; ; ; ; 64p; Igo Haruaki Bunko; Tokyo;
1960; Ig60-09; Chakuso Bekarazu Cho (Conception Idea Must not do Notebook); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Ig60-10; Naze Naze Cho Fuseki Joseki (How Why Notebook Fuseki Joseki); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Ig60-11; Naze Naze Cho Chuban (How Why Notebook Chuban); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Ig60-12; Naze Naze Cho Tesuji (How Why Notebook Tesuji); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Ik60-01; Anata no Moten (1) (Blind Spot); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Ik60-02; Anata no Moten (2) (Blind Spot); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 70p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Me60-01; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1960; Me60-02; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1960; Me60-10; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1960; Me60-11; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1960; Ny61-01; Go ga Uterumade (How to Play Go); Fujisawa Hosai; Nihon Ki-in no Nyu Mon Surizu Zen 6 Kan (Complete 6 Volumes); ; ; 203p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Ny61-04; Tagaisen no Uchikata (How to Play Even Games); Sakata Eio; Nihon Ki-in no Nyu Mon Surizu Zen 6 Kan (Complete 6 Volumes); ; ; 204p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1960; Su60; Igo Dai Jiten, Dai 3 Kan, Taka Moku, Moku Hazushi (Go Large Dictionary, Number 3 Book); Suzuki, Tamejiro; ; ; ; 586p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ig61-01; Anata o Shodan ni Joseki Fuseki no Bu (I Will Make You Shodan in Joseki and Fuseki); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ig61-02; Anata o Shodan ni Chuban Sen Tesuji no Bu (I Will Make You Shodan in Middle Gameand Tesuji); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ig61-03; Anata o Shodan ni Shikatsu Yose no Bu (I Will Make You Shodan in Life and Death and Endgame); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 112p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ig61-11; Hishu wo Saguru (Secret Moves Search For); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1961; Igkx08; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 08-1,11; ; ; ;
1961; Ki61-01; Jotatsu Ho 59 no Hiketsu (50 Secrets for Improvement); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-01; Kihon Shurizu 1 Joseki; Sakata Eio; ; ; ; 221p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-03; Kihon Shirizu 2 Tesuji; Sakata Eio; ; ; ; 221p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-05; Jotatsu Ho 32 no Kagi Sabaki Nerai Chakuten (32 Keys For Progress); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-06; Chuban Sen no Joshiki to Kufu (Middle Game Fighting of Common Sense Scheme); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-07; Jitsuryoku Tesuto Nan Ten Tore Masu Ka (Real Ability Test What Points Can You Get); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-08; Bachigai no Chakuso (Improper Ideas); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-10; Katachi to Shudan (Katachi and Means); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-11; Kihon o Do Ikasu Ka; ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki61-12; Warui Katachi no Wazaiwai (Bad Shape Misfortune); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ki6105; Dani Nintei Tesuto Kihon Joseki Hito Tsuki 10 Dai (Ranking Test Basic Joseki 10 Problems per Month); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6106; Dani Nintei Tesuto Kihon Joseki Hito Tsuki 10 Dai (Ranking Test Basic Joseki 10 Problems per Month); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6107; Dani Nintei Tesuto Okigo Kessakusen (Ranking Test Masterpieces of Handicap Games); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6108; Dani Nintei Tesuto Okigo Kessakusen (Ranking Test Masterpieces of Handicap Games); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6110; Dani Nintei Tesuto Okigo Kessakusen (Ranking Test Masterpieces of Handicap Games); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6207; Dani Nintei Tesuto Kokon Okigo Meikyokusen (Ranking Test Famous Handicap Games in History); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6211; Dani Nintei Tesuto Kokon Okigo Meikyokusen (Ranking Test Famous Handicap Games in History); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Ki6212; Dani Nintei Tesuto Kokon Okigo Meikyokusen (Ranking Test Famous Handicap Games in History); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1961; Me61-01; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1961; Ny61-02; Shoho no Joseki (Elements of Joseki); Kitani Minoru; Nihon Ki-in no Nyu Mon Surizu Zen 6 Kan (Complete 6 Volumes); ; ; 204p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ny61-03; Okigo no Uchikata (How to Play Handicap Games); Takagawq Shukaku; Nihon Ki-in no Nyu Mon Surizu Zen 6 Kan (Complete 6 Volumes); ; ; 204p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ny61-05; Suji to Usote (Good and Bad Moves); Sugiuchi Masao; Nihon Ki-in no Nyu Mon Surizu Zen 6 Kan (Complete 6 Volumes); ; ; 204p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1961; Ny61-06; Iki to Shi (Life and Death); Fujisawa Shuko; Nihon Ki-in no Nyu Mon Surizu Zen 6 Kan (Complete 6 Volumes); ; ; 204p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; Ig6210; Kamimura Haruo Suiri Kyoshitsu (Kamimura Haruo’s Detective Class Room); Kamimura Haruo; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1962; Igkx09; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 09-6,6,6,6,6; ; ; ;
1962; Ka62; Meijin; Kawabata Yasunaii; ; ; ; 143p; Shincho Sha; Tokyo;
1962; Ki61-02; Kihon Shirizu 2 Fuseki; Sakata Eio; ; ; ; 221p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; Ki62-02; Sogo Igo Koza Kihon Joseki (Synthesis Go Course of Study Standard Joseki); Miyashita Shuyo; ; ; ; 346p; Kin-Ensha; Japan;
1962; Ki62-07; Sogo Igo Koza Chuban Senjitsu no Kenkyu (Synthesis Go Course of Study Middle game Strategy Study); Honibo Eiju (Sakata Eio); ; ; ; 359p; Kin-Ensha; Japan;
1962; Kixx38; Kido; ; ; ; 38-2,6; ; ; ;
1962; Kixx38d; Kido; ; ; ; 38d-6; ; ; ;
1962; Me62-11; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1962; Sh62; Igo Shohi Kono Itte (Go Deciding Moves); Shimoda Genichiro; ; ; ; 188p; Tsuru Shobo; Japan;
1962; SJ62-01; Igo Sho Jiten Hoshi no Joseki; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-02; Joseki Sho Jiten Komoku; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-03; Joseki Sho Jiten Mokuhazushi; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-04; Joseki Sho Jiten Takamoku San San; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-05; Kakugen Sho Jiten; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-06; Shikatsu Sho Jiten; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-07; Tesuji Sho Jiten; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-08; Yogo Sho Jiten (Terminology); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-09; Fuseki Sho Jiten Hoshi no Fuseki; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-10; Fuseki Sho Jiten Shusaku Ru (2); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-11; Fuseki Sho Jiten Heiko Kata (Parallel Model); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1962; SJ62-12; Fuseki Sho Jiten Sha Ko Kata (Diagonal Model); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; Ch63-01; Joseki Sho Dokuhon (Joseki Small Reader); Kitani Minoru; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 224p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; Ch63-02; Okigo; Segoe Kensaku; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 224p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; Ge63; Igo no Kyusho (Vital Points of Go); Shimoda Genichiro; ; ; ; 222; Takahashi Shoten; Tokyo;
1963; Ig6310; Kamimura Kunio Suiri Kyoshitsu Ama Puro Okigo Jissen Hen (Kamimura Classroom for Amateur and Professional Actual Games); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1963; Ig68; Ban Jo no Kaii (Board Top of Monster); ; ; ; ; 64p; Seibundo Shinko Sha; Tokyo;
1963; Ig68; Ban Jo no Kaii (Board Top of Monster); ; ; ; ; 64p; Seibundo Shinko Sha; Tokyo;
1963; Me63-01; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1963; Me63-10; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1963; Me63-11; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1963; Me63-12; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1963; Sh63; Semeto Mamori (Attack and Defense); Shimoda Genichiro; ; ; ; 182p; Tsuru Shobo; Japan;
1963; SJ62-13; Ko Sho Jiten; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-14; Uchikomi Sho Jiten (1); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-15; Uchikomi Sho Jiten (2); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-16; Uchikomi Sho Jiten (3); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-17; Uchikomi Sho Jiten (4); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-18; Okigo Sho Jiten 1 (9 Shi – 6 Shi); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-19; Okigo Sho Jiten 2 (5 Shi – 4 Shi); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-20; Okigo Sho Jiten 3 (3 Shi – 2 Shi); ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-21; Hamete Sho Jiten 1; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-22; Hamete Sho Jiten 2; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-23; Chuban Sho Jiten 1; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; SJ62-24; Yose Sho Jiten; ; Kido; ; ; 160p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1963; Ta63; Gendai Kika no Ryugi wo Saguru (Modern Times Go House Style Search, Look For); ; ; ; ; 64p; Seibundo Shinko Sha; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-03; Jotatsu no Kan Dokoro (The Vital Points for Improvement); Takagawa Shukaku; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 226p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-04; Hoshi no Iryoku (Hoshi Power); Hasegawa Akira; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 238p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-05; Uchikomi Dokuhon (Invasion Reader); Maeda Nobuaki; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 225p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-06; Seme no Pointo (Offensive Points); Fujisawa Shuko; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-07; Zokusuji Wo Tadashiku (To Correct Vulgar plays); Magari Reiki; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 224p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-08; Yose Tesuji to Keisan (Yose Tesuji and Calculation); Kano Yoshinori; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 221p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-09; Chu Kyu Igo Dokuhon (Intermediate Go Reader); Sakata Eio; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ch63-10; Go no Senjitus (Go Strategy); Rin Kaiho; Nihon Ki-in Chu Kyu Surizu, Sho Dan Osamesu, 10 Volumes; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; Ho64; Honinbo Shuho Zenshu Dai 2 Kan (Complete Honinbo Shuho Game Collection 1838-1886); ; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shikosha; Japan;
1964; Igsx16; Igo Shinsho; ; ; ; 16-4; ; ; ;
1964; Igsx16d; Igo Shinsho; ; ; ; 16d-4,4,4,4,4,4,4; ; ; ;
1964; Ik74; Kokon Meijin Jozu Itsuwa Shu (Ancient Famous Skill Anecdote Collection); ; ; ; ; 64p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; KiYB64; Kido Igo Nenkan 1964 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-01; Go Kyo Seimyo (Chinese Classics); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 1; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-02; Igo Shimpo (New Method); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 2; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-03; Igo Myo Ten (Strange Legend, Tradition); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 3; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-04; Kokugi Kanko (Seeing National Skills); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 4; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-05; Hoen Shimpo (Squares and Circles New Method); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 5; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-06; Go Kyo Shu Myo (Chineses Classic of Life and Death); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 6; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-07; Ko Go Su Ki (Old Go Important State Affairs); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 7; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-08; Ka Raku Yo Su (Record of the Edo Period); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 8; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-09; Igo Shu Kai Roku (End Explanation Record); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 9; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-10; Gen Gen Kyo (Chinses Classic of Life and Death); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 10; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-11; Ki Jin (Edo Period Game Records Affection); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 11; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-12; Eki Ki Eki Han (Edo Game Collection Pullout Value Large Example); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 12; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-13; Mei Se Igo Kan (Famous Generation Go Learn Lesson From); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 13; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-14; Chiku Ko Kan Ki (Bambo Strike Between Attack); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 14; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-15; Kan Zu Fu (Government Child Record); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 15; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-16; Sho Hei Sei Shi (Income Level Skill Believe); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 16; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-17; Kaka Sei Kyoku (Beautiful Do Skill Game); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 17; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-18; Ishi Kubari Ji Zai (Stone Distribute Oneself Outskirts); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 18; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-19; Ko Kan Shu Hei (Old Now Multitude Level); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 19; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; MC64-20; Shin San Go Kyo Tai Zen (New Compiling Experience Large Complete); Meicho Daijesuto Famous Book Digest 20; Meicho Daiji Suto (Famous Work Digest); ; ; 159p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; Me64-07; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1964; Ta64; Go no Uchikata (Go Way to Play); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 311p; Kin-En Sha; Tokyo;
1964; To64; Jisen ni Okeru Igo 8 Kun (Eight Teaching Points in Acutal Go Games); Shimamura Toshihiro and Shimoda Genichiro; ; ; ; 190p; Tsuru Shobo; Japan;
1965; Ch65-01; Sensei Sho Kyu Tsume Go; Sensei Chin Ji Cho; ; ; ; ; ; ;
1965; Ch65-02; Sensei Naka Kyu Tsume Go; Sensei Chin Ji Cho; ; ; ; ; ; ;
1965; Ic6501; Tatakai no Chie (Fighting Wisdom); ; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1965; Igkx12; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 12-2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1965; Igsx17; Igo Shinsho; ; ; ; 17-10; ; ; ;
1965; Igsx19; Igo Shunju; ; ; ; 19-9; ; ; ;
1965; Ji65-01; Go o Hajimeru Hito ni (To those People Starting Go); Kano Yoshinori; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 198p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1965; Ji65-02; Hoshi no Kihon Joseki (Basic Star Point Joseki); Takagawa Shukaku; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 160p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1965; Ji65-13; Maeda Sho Kyu Tsume Go (Maeda’s Primary Life and Death Problems; Maeda Nobuaki; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 152p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1965; Ji65-13; Maeda Sho Kyu Tsume Go (Maeda’s Primary Life and Death Problems; Maeda Nobuaki; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 152p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1965; Ji65-14; Maeda Chu Kyu Tsume Go (Maeda’s Intermediate Life and Death Problems; Maeda Nobuaki; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 152p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1965; Ji65-14; Maeda Chu Kyu Tsume Go (Maeda’s Intermediate Life and Death Problems; Maeda Nobuaki; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 152p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1965; Kiex20; Kien; ; ; ; 20-10; ; ; ;
1965; KS65-01; Meijin Igo Kyoshitsu 1 (Classroom) Jissen kara Ikita Chishiki wo (Vivid Knowledge from Acutal Games); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-02; Meijin Igo Kyoshitsu 2 (Classroom) Honkaku Tekina Chikara no Yosei (Cultivation of Real Power); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-03; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 3 (Classroom) Shiranu Mani Chikara ga Tsuku (Getting Power Without Knowing); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-04; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 4 (Classroom) Sogoryoku wo Mi ni Tsukeru (Getting Comprehensive Power); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-05; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 5 (Classroom) Tatakai no Kotsu wo Shiru (Learning Figting Secrets); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-06; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 6 (Classroom) Ikkyoku no Kangaedokoro wa (The Important Points in the Game); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-07; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 7 (Classroom) Jissen no Kokyu wo Shiru (Learning Actual Fighting); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-08; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 8 (Classroom) Puro no Kankaku wo Anata ni (Professional Sense For You); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-09; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 9 (Classroom) Kyokubu to Zenkyoku no Togo (Integration of Parts and the Whole); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-10; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 10 (Classroom) Kyusho no Somatome (All Vital Points); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-11; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 11 (Classroom) Sakusen no Tatekata (Strategy Planning); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-12; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 12 (Classroom) Zenkyoku wo Miru Me (Eyes to See the whole Situation); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-13; Meijin Igo Kyoshitsu 13 (Classroom) Tatakai no Ronri (Fight Reasoning); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-14; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 14 (Classroom) Yomi to Kankaku no Dodai (Foundation of Reading and Sense); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-15; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 15 (Classroom) Omoyou no Kousatsu (Large Moyo Study); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-16; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 16 (Classroom) Ko Arasoi no Shuhen (About Ko Fights); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-17; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 17 (Classroom) Seme to Shinogi no Youryou (Keys to Attack and Defense); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-18; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 18 (Classroom) Ji to Atsumi no Handan (Judgement of Territory and Power); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-19; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 19 (Classroom) Kogeki no Kankyu (Attack Timing); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-20; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 20 (Classroom) Gekisen no Kadai (Fighting Problems); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-21; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 21 (Classroom) Aji to Fukumi (Potential and Influence); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1965; KS65-22; Sakata Igo Kyoshitsu 22 (Classroom) Kyusho wo Mitsukeru Handan (Judgement to find Vital Points); ; Kido; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1966; Ch66-03; Sensei Ui Kyu Tsume Go; Sensei Chin Ji Cho; ; ; ; ; ; ;
1966; Igkx13; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 13-5; ; ; ;
1966; Ji65-06; Kisei Shusaku no Fuseki Jo (Kisei Shusaku Fuseki); Iwamoto Kaoru; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 144p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1966; Ji65-07; Kisei Shusaku no Fuseki Ge (Kisei Shusaku Fuseki); Iwamoto Kaoru; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 159p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1966; Ji65-08; Joseki Go no Uchikata (How to Play After Joseki); Kano Yoshinori; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 190p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1966; Ji65-12; Chu Ban Sen Kono Itte (The Key Move in the Middle Game Battle); Kitani Minoru; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 196p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1966; Ji65-15; Maeda Jo Kyu Tsume Go (Maeda’s Advanced Life and Death Problems; Maeda Nobuaki; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 152p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1966; Ji65-15; Maeda Jo Kyu Tsume Go (Maeda’s Advanced Life and Death Problems; Maeda Nobuaki; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 152p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1966; Ki62-08; Sogo Igo Koza Joseki Yose Hamete (Synthesis Go Course of Study Joseki Yose Hamete); Shimamura Toshihiro; ; ; ; 342p; Kin-Ensha; Japan;
1966; Ki65-01; Shinshun Udedameshi Kiryoku Yosei Mondai (New Collection Ability Strength Training Questions); ; Kido; ; ; 96p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1966; Ki66-01; Komaru Te Komaranu Te (Tricky Moves and Not Tricky Moves); ; Kido; ; ; 96p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1966; Su66-01; Joseki Sho Jiten Jo (Joseki Small Dictionary First Volume); Suzuki Tamejiro and Kitani Minoru; Jiten Series; ; ; 334p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1966; Su66-02; Joseki Sho Jiten Ge (Joseki Small Dictionary Second Volume); Suzuki Tamejiro and Kitani Minoru; Jiten Series; ; ; 344p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1966; Su66-03; Joseki Sho Jiten Zen (Joseki Small Dictionary Complete Volume); Suzuki Tamejiro and Kitani Minoru; Jiten Series; ; ; 334p + 334p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1966; Ta66; Go no Manabi Kata (Go Learning Method); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 305p; Kin-En Sha; Tokyo;
1967; Igxx17; Igo; ; ; ; 17-12; ; ; ;
1967; Ji65-03; Gosen no Kihon Joseki (Basic Joseki for Even Games); Takagawa Shukaku; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 224p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1967; Ki67-01; Joseki no Uraomote (Joseki Turning Points); ; Kido; ; ; 96p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1967; Ki67-01; Watashi no Go, Dai 1 Kan, Omoi De no Kyoku (Go Anthology, 1st Book, Recollection of Games); Kitani, Minoru; ; ; ; 259p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1967; Kixx43; Kido; ; ; ; 43-1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13; ; ; ;
1967; KiYB67; Kido Igo Nenkan 1967 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1967; Ri67; Igo Nyumon Shodan e no Chikamichi (Go Primer Shodan Shortcut); Rin Kaiho; ; ; ; 243p; Bungei Shunju; Tokyo;
1967; Sc6608; Puro Puro 6 shi Kyoku Okigo no Kettei Ban (Final Edition); ; ; ; ; 80p; Igo Shin Cho; Tokyo;
1967; Sc6701; Puro Puro 2 Shi Kyoku Okigo no Kettei Ban (Final Edition); ; ; ; ; 80p; Igo Shin Cho; Tokyo;
1967; Ta67-01; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1968; Fu68; Igo Nyumon Kyoshitsu 4 Joseki wo Shirou (Go Introductory Class Room 4 Let’s Learn Joseki); Fujisawa Shuko; ; ; ; 205p; Jitsugyo no Nihonsha; Japan;
1968; Ge68-03; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 3 Kitani, Minoru Jo (Modern Times Famous Games 3 Kitani, Minoru First Book); Kitani, Minoru; ; ; ; 271p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1968; Ge68-05; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 5 Go Seigen Jo (Modern Times Famous Games 5 Go Seigen First Book); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 272p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1968; Ge68-07; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 7 Takgawa, Kaku Jo (Modern Times Famous Games 7 Takagawa, Kaku First Book); Takagawa, Kaku; ; ; ; 272p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1968; Ge68-09; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 9 Sakata, Eio Jo (Modern Times Famous Games 9 Sakata, Eio First Book); Sakata, Eio; ; ; ; 272p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1968; He68; Meikyoku Tsume Renju Hyuaku Sen (Famous Game Cram no Renju 100 Selection); Heisho Domi; ; ; ; 222p; Eiko Shoten; Tokyo;
1968; Ig58-06; Igo Kingen Shu (Maxim (Golden Rule) Collection); ; ; ; ; 117p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1968; Ig68; Igo Kurabu Techo (Igo Kurabu Notebook); ; Igo Kurubu; ; ; 133p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1968; Igkx15; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 15-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11; ; ; ;
1968; Igxx18; Igo; ; ; ; 18-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10; ; ; ;
1968; Ji65-04; Okigo no Kihon Fuseki Jo (25 Shi kara 6 Shi) (Basic Handicap Fuseki from 25 to 6 Handicap Stones); Kano Yoshinori; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 200p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1968; Ji65-11; Jo Ban Sen Kono Itte (The Key Move in the Opening Game Battle); Fujisawa Shuko; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 160p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1968; Ke68; Igo Kara Chirebi sakuhin Ten (Igo ?? Work (performance opus) Expand); Shogyo Bijutsu Kenkyukai; ; ; ; ; ; ;
1968; Ki62-03; Sogo Igo Koza Kindai Joseki (Synthesis Go Course of Study Modern Joseki); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 346p; Kin-Ensha; Japan;
1968; Ki67-02; Watashi no Go, Dai 2 Kan, Shin Fuseki – Kitani Joseki (Go Anthology, 2nd Book, New Fuseki, Kitani Joseki); Kitani, Minoru; ; ; ; 259p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1968; Ki67-03; Watashi no Go, Dai 3 Kan, Okigo Shido (Go Anthology, 3rd Book, Handicap Guidance); Kitani, Minoru; ; ; ; 259p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1968; Kixx44; Kido; ; ; ; 44-1,4,7,12,13; ; ; ;
1968; Kixx44d; Kido; ; ; ; 44d-12; ; ; ;
1968; KiYB68; Kido Igo Nenkan 1968 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1968; Su68; Igo Nyumon; Sugiuchi Masao; ; ; ; 207p; Nihon Sho-in; Tokyo;
1968; Ta68-01; Go o Hajimeru Hito no Tameni (For Those Who Try to Begin Go); Takagawa Shukaku; Takagawa Go Surizu 5 Vol (Takagawa Teaching Go Series); ; ; 214p; Godo Shoin; Tokyo;
1968; Ta68-02; Zoku Go o Hajimeru Hito no Tameni (Continuation); Takagawa Shukaku; Takagawa Go Surizu 5 Vol; ; ; 216p; Goto Shoin; Tokyo;
1969; Ge68-01; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 1 Hashimoto Utaro Jo (Modern Times Famous Games 1 Hashimoto Utaro First Book); Hahshimoto, Utaro; ; ; ; 268p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1969; Ge68-04; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 4 Kitani, Minoru Ka (Modern Times Famous Games 4 Kitani, Minoru Second Book); Kitani, Minoru; ; ; ; 269p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1969; Ge68-06; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 6 Go Seigen Ka (Modern Times Famous Games 6 Go Seigen Second Book); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 272p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1969; GS01; Nadare Joseki (The Nadare Joseki); Fujisawa Shuko; Super Go Series; ; ; 286p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; GS02; Tanoshi Igo Tesuto (Sho Kyu), 9 Kyu kara 5 Kyu made (Pleasant Go Test 9 Kyu – 5 Kyu); Rin Kaiho; Super Go Series; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; GS03; Hamete Nyumon (Trick Play Introduction); Maeda Nobuaki; Super Go Series; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; GS04; Tanoshi Igo Tesuto 4 Kyu kara Sho Dan made (Chu Kyu) (Pleasant Go Test 4 Kyu – 1 Dan); Sakata Eio; Super Go Series; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; GS05; Shoshinsha no Sakkaku (Beginners Illusions, (Blind Spots)); Magari Reiki; Super Go Series; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; GS06; Heta Ijime (Tormenting the Weaker Player); Hayashi Yutaro; Super Go Series; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; GS07; Uwate wa Kowakunai (How to play against stronger players); Sakai Michiharu; Super Go Series; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; Ig69; 69 Nen Igo Mame Hyakka (69 Year Go Miniture (Pocket) Many Subjects); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 128p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; Igkx16; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 16-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1969; Igkx16d; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 16d-9; ; ; ;
1969; Igxx19; Igo; ; ; ; 19-9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1969; Ji65-09; Okigo no Sekyoku Sempo Jo (Positive Handicap Strategy); Shimamura Toshihiro; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 188p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1969; Ji65-10; Okigo no Sekyoku Sempo Ge (Positive Handicap Strategy); Shimamura Toshihiro; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 187p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1969; Ji65-16; Meijin Sen Itte Itte no Kenkyu (Move by Move Study of Meijin Title Games); Rin Kaiho; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 176p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1969; Ki62-11; Igo Hyakka Jiten (Go Encyclopedia); Edit: Kitani, Minoru; ; ; ; 587p; Kin-Ensha; Japan;
1969; Kixx45; Kido; ; ; ; 45-1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13; ; ; ;
1969; KiYB69; Kido Igo Nenkan 1969 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1969; Ta69; Fuseki no Yoryo (Fuseki Keys); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 199p; Godo Shoin; Japan;
1970; Ge68-02; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 2 Hashimoto Utaro Ka (Modern Times Famous Games 2 Hashimoto Utaro Second Book); Hahshimoto, Utaro; ; ; ; 269p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ge68-08; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 8 Takgawa, Kaku Ka (Modern Times Famous Games 8 Takagawa, Kaku Second Book); Takagawa, Kaku; ; ; ; 274p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ge68-10; Gendai no Mei Kyoku 10 Sakata, Eio Ka (Modern Times Famous Games 10 Sakata, Eio Second Book); Sakata, Eio; ; ; ; 278p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; GS08; Joban no 30 Te (The first 30 Moves); Takagawa Shukaku; Super Go Series; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; GS09; Atarashii Taisha Joseki (Modern Large Slanting Joseki); Yamabe Toshiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; GS10; Niken Taka-Basami Joseki (Two Point High Pincer Joseki); Shimamura Toshihiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 252p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; GS11; Ama to Puro (Amateur and Professional); Kageyama Toshiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; GS12; Ishi no Hoko (Direction of Stones); Kajiwara Takeo; Super Go Series; ; ; 252p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; Ic3501; Tsugi no Itte; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic3501; Tsugi no Itte; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4301; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji Kihonkei (Basic Tesuji Shapes); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4302; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Fuseki Hen (Handicap Opening Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4303; Tsugi no Itte Ikkyoku no Pointo (Key Game Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4304; Tsugi no Itte Joseki to Fuseki Kankei (Fuseki and Joseki Strategy Relationship); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4306; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Kihon purei (Basic Handicap Plays); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4307; Tsugi no Itte Kankaku wo Yashinau (To Cultivate Your Senses); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4308; Tsugi no Itte Yasashi Suji (Easy Suji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4309; Tsugi no Itte Joseki Hazuredesu (It is out of Joseki); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4310; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki kara yose made (From Opening Strategy to End Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4311; Tsugi no Itte Chubansen no kagi (Middle Game Keys); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4312; Tsugi no Itte Kore go Kihon da (This is the Basics); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4403; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji no Aya (Tesuji Differences); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4501; Tsugi no Itte Shinshun Otanoshmiban (Pleasures for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4502; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Shoten (Focus on Handicap); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4503; Tsugi no Itte Joseki no Erabikata (How to Choose Joseki); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4504; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Chubansen (Handicap Middle Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4505; Tsugi no Itte Kyokuchisen no tekunikku (Local Battle Technique); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4506; Tsugi no Itte Joseki wa Henkasuru (Joseki are Changing); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4507; Tsugi no Itte Okigo dai Sakusen (Large Handicap Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4508; Tsugi no Itte Joseki no Tesuji; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4509; Tsugi no Itte Ishi no Hataraki (Stone Use); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4510; Tsugi no Itte Shoki wo Nigasuna (Do Not Miss the Winning Chance); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4511; Tsugi no Itte Joseki Hengen Jizai (Joseki Freely); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4512; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Teki Tesuji (Practical Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4601; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki no kokoro (Fuseki Meanings); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4602; Tsugi no Itte Yasashii Suji (Easy Tactics); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4603; Tsugi no Itte Joseki de Shobu (Joseki Challenge); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4604; Tsugi no Itte Kikashi kata no Kosetsu (Good and Bad Use of Forcing); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4605; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Jobansen (Handicap Opening Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4606; Tsugi no Itte Gekisen no Ronri (Reasoning of Fierce Battle); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4607; Tsugi no Itte Kyukochisen no Pointo (Local Battle Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4608; Tsugi no Itte Okgio Jobansen (Handicap Opening Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4609; Tsugi no Itte Joseki sono Go (After Joseki); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4610; Tsugi no Itte Yasashii Tsume Go (Easy Life and Death); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4611; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki to Joseki; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4612; Tsugi no Itte Yose no Tesuji; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4701; Tsugi no Itte Shinshun Udedameshishu (Trials for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4702; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Sempo (Handicap Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4703; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji iroiro (Many Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4704; Tsugi no Itte Ko wa Tanoshii (Ko is Amusing); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4705; Tsugi no Itte Tedokoro (Key Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4706; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Tessoku (Handicap Rules); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4707; Tsugi no Itte Joseki no Shuhen (About Joseki); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4708; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji Ippatsu (A Flash of Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4709; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai no Kyusho (Fighting Vital Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4710; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Senka (Handicap Special Course); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4711; Tsugi no Itte Fujin to Sempo (Arrangement Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4712; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Hamete shu (Collection of Handicap Tricky Moves); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4801; Tsugi no Itte Shishun Kessaku shu (Master Piece for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4802; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Joban (Handicap Openings); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4803; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai no Kibi (Fighting Secrets); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4804; Tsugi no Itte Tagaisen no Fuseki (Even Game Openings); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4805; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji arekore (Many Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4806; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Sempo (Handicap Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4807; Tsugi no Itte Ishi no Michi (Way of Stones); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4810; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Tatakai (Handicap Battles); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4812; Tsugi no Itte Yose no Tesuji; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4901; Tsugi no Itte Shishun Udedameshi (Trial for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4902; Tsugi no Itte TaiKyuko to Chakugan (Whole Board Key Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4903; Tsugi no Itte Joseki Urakaido (Joseki Backsides); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4904; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Kobo (Handicap Battle); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4905; Tsugi no Itte Ishi no Sugata (Stone Shape); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4906; Tsugi no Itte Ishi no Nagare (Stone Flow); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4907; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji samazama (Miscelaneous Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4908; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki Jidai (Opening Time); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4909; Tsugi no Itte Tsume Go Shogakko (Life and Death Primary School; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4910; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki no Kokoro (Fuseki Meanings); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4911; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Tesujishu (Practical Tesuji Collection); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic4912; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki to Sakusen (Opening Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5001; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Tesuji shu (Practical Tesuji Collection); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5002; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Joban sen (Practical Opening Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5003; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Hoko Kankaku (Sense of Direction in Practical Battle); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5004; Tsugi no Itte Joseki to Tesuji; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5005; Tsugi no Itte Tekunikku (Techniques); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5006; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Seme to Mamori (Handicap Attack and Defense); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5007; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai to Tesuji (Battles and Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5008; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai no Kokyu (Battle Timing); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5009; Tsugi no Itte Tedokoro (Vital Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5010; Tsugi no Itte Fukushu Suji to Katachi (Study Again Good Shapes); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5012; Tsugi no Itte Chuban no Sakusen (Middle Game Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5101; Tsugi no Itte Kihon Tesuji Shu (Basic Tesuji Collection); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5102; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Hishoho (How to Always Win Handicap Games); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5103; Tsugi no Itte Chuban no Kobo (Middle Game Attack and Defense); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5104; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Kihon (Basics of Handicaps); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5105; Tsugi no Itte Jissen no Tesuji (Practical Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5106; Tsugi no Itte Seme to Mamori (Attack and Defense); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5107; Tsugi no Itte Tagaisen no Fuseki (Even Game Opening Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5108; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji hen no Shotai (Invitation to Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5109; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Uwate no Uchikata (Strong Player’s Handicap Methods); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5110; Tsugi no Itte Ama no Fuseki (Amateur Opening Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5111; Tsugi no Itte Kobo no Tesuji (Attack and Defending Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5112; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Sempo (Handicap Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5201; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji Issen (Flashing Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5202; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Senjitsu (Handicap Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5203; Tsugi no Itte Senjitsu Koso (Strategy Planning); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5204; Tsugi no Itte Seme to Shinogi (Attack and Defense); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5205; Tsugi no Itte Shikatsu Senka (Life and Death Special Course); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5206; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Joban Sen (Handicap Opening Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5207; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai no Patan (Fighting Patterns); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5208; Tsugi no Itte Yasashii Tsume Go (Easy Life and Death); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5209; Tsugi no Itte Okigo no Sutato (Starting Handicap Game); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5210; Tsugi no Itte Kirameku Tesuji (Flashing Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5211; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai no Pointo (Fighting Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5212; Tsugi no Itte Yose no Aji (End Game Potential); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5301; Tsugi no Itte Shishun Otanoshimishu (Pleasures for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5302; Tsugi no Itte Joban wa ko utsu (Play like this in the Opening); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5303; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji iroiro (Many Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5304; Tsugi no Itte Koten no Tsume Go (Classic Life and Death); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5305; Tsugi no Itte Taikyokugan no Yosei (Cultivation of Eyes to see the Whole Situation); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5306; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji Joshikishu (Collection of Commonsense Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5307; Tsugi no Itte Joban no Pointo (Opening Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5308; Tsugi no Itte Jisenteki Tesuji (Practical Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5309; Tsugi no Itte Shikatsu no Tekunikku (Life and Death Technique); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5310; Tsugi no Itte Tatakai no Kokyu (Battle Timing); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5311; Tsugi no Itte Karui Tesuji (Light Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5312; Tsugi no Itte Yose no Tesuji; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5401; Tsugi no Itte Shinshun Otanoshimishu (Pleasures for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5402; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki To Koso (Fuseki Planning); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5403; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Teki Tesuji (Practical Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5404; Tsugi no Itte Tatakaino Patan (Fighting Patterns); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5405; Tsugi no Itte Tsume Go Chugakko (Junior High School Life and Death); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5406; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Hisshoho (Handicap Winning); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic5806; Igo Kingenshu (Collection of Go Proverbs); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6101; Kiryoku Tesuto (Go Ability Test); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6201; Shikatsu no Kiso Chishiki Sumi to Hen no Kihon Kei (Basic Knowledge of Life and Death – Basic Shape of Corner and Side); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6202; Okigo no Kiso Chishiki (Basic Knowledge of Handicap); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6203; Tagaisen no Kiso Chishiki (Basic Knowledge of Even Games); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6204; Soku Okigo no Kiso Chishiki (Basic Knowledge of Handicap Continued); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6205; Soku Tagaisen no Kiso Chishiki (Basic Knowledge of Even Games Continued); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6206; Yose no Kiso Chishiki (Basic Knowledge of Endgames); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6207; Fuseki no Kihon Kei Mukai Komoku (Basic Shape of Fuseki 3-4 Point Style); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6208; Fuseki no Kihon Kei Shusaku Ryu (Basic Shape of Fuseki Shusaku Style); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6209; Fuseki no Kihon Kei Nirensei (Basic Shape of Fuseki Two Star Point Style); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6210; Fuseki no Kihon Kei San San (Basic Shape of Fuseki Three Three Point); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6211; Fuseki no Kihon Kei Shusaku Ryu (Basic Shape of Fuseki Shusaku Style); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6212; Fuseki no Kihon Kei Tasuki Gata (Basic Shape of Fuseki Diagonal Style); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6302; Tsugi no Itte 1; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6303; Tsugi no Itte 2; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6304; Tsugi no Itte 3; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6305; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6306; Tsugi no Itte 5; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6307; Tsugi no Itte 6; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6308; Tsugi no Itte 7; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6309; Tsugi no Itte 8; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6310; Tsugi no Itte 9; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6311; Tsugi no Itte 10; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6402; Tsugi no Itte 64; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6403; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6404; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6405; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6406; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6407; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6408; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6410; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6411; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6412; Tsugi no Itte 4; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6502; Tsugi no Itte Joseki no Yoten (Joseki Important Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6503; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji ga mono wo iu (Tesuji Works Well); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6504; Tsugi no Itte Karui Sabaki no Shuho (Techniques of Sabaki Fighting); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6505; Tsugi no Itte Kishu no Hissomu Chubansen (Middle Game has Hidden Acute Move); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6506; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki no iroha (Fuseki ABC); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6507; Tsugi no Itte Kihon no Suji (Basic Suji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6508; Tsugi no Itte Utsu te wa Hitotsu (There is Only One Move To Play); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6509; Tsugi no Itte Warikomi no Omoshirosa (Effective Wedging); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6510; Tsugi no Itte Sakusen no tatekata (How to Make Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6511; Tsugi no Itte Joseki no Shuhen (About Joseki); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6512; Tsugi no Itte Tadashii Tejun (Right Procedures); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6601; Tsugi no Itte Shinshun Waido Ban (Big Version for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6602; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji wa Subarashii (Tesuji is Wonderful); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6603; Tsugi no Itte Handanryoku wo Yashinao (Lets Cultivate Your Judgement); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6604; Tsugi no Itte Tekijin ni Te Ari (There is Posibility in Opponent’s Territory); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6605; Tsugi no Itte Koaji na Te (Sophistacated Moves); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6606; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki no Kakehiki (Opening Strategy); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6607; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji ga Hiramekudoki (When Tesuji Inspires); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6608; Tsugi no Itte Jissen Wa Omoshiroi (Actual Games are Interesting); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6609; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji no Iryoku (Tesuji Power); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6610; Tsugi no Itte Yomi no Pointo (Reading Points); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6611; Tsugi no Itte Fuseki ni Tsuyoku narou (Let’s Get Strong in Fuseki); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6612; Tsugi no Itte Kishu ga aru (Acute Moves); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6701; Tsugi no Itte Shinshun Waido Ban (Big Version for New Year); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6702; Tsugi no Itte Nanmon ni Torikumo (Challenging Difficult Questions); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6703; Tsugi no Itte Seme no Tekunikku (Attacking Technique); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6704; Tsugi no Itte Koko ni Te Ga Aru (Here are Posibilities); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6705; Tsugi no Itte Zubari Kono Itte (Just This Move); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6706; Tsugi no Itte TaiKyoku wo Miru Me (Eyes to see the Whole Situation); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6707; Tsugi no Itte Joseki wa Henkasuru (Joseki is Changing); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6708; Tsugi no Itte Ikken basami De Shobu (Fighting with One Point Pincer); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6709; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji wo Nigasuna (Do Not Miss Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6710; Tsugi no Itte Sumato ni Ikiyou (Let’s Get Alive Smart); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6711; Tsugi no Itte Okigo de Kitaeru (Handicap Training); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic6712; Tsugi no Itte Koko ga Kyushoda (This is the Key Point); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic9208; Tsugi no Itte Joban no Kyusho Arekore (Vital Points in the Beginning); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ic9309; Tsugi no Itte Okigo Hissho ho 6, 7, Shi Kyoku (Handicap Victory 6, 7 Stones); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 127p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ig7001; 70 Kitaisareru Shinei Gunzo (Promising New Professionals); Seibundo Shinkosha; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1970; Ig7007; Tanoshiku Katou (Let’s Win Easy); Otake Hideo; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1970; Igkx17; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 17-2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1970; Ji65-05; Okigo no Kihon Fuseki Ge (5 Shi kara 2 Shi) (Basic Handicap Fuseki from 5 to 2 Handicap Stones); Kano Yoshinori; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 201p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1970; Ji65-17; Shodan e no Joken (Conditions for Shodan); Yamabe Toshiro; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 236p; Tokyo So Gen Sha; Tokyo;
1970; KiYB70; Kido Igo Nenkan 1970 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; Ni70; Nihon Ki-in Kaikan (Nihon Ki-in Assembly Hall); ; ; ; ; 4p; Niho Ki-in; Tokyo;
1970; Ni70b; Nihon no Go; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 48; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-04; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-05; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-07; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-08; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-09; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-10; Taikyoku Saikai (Title Game Detailed Explanations); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-11; Taikyoku Sasakai (Famous Game (Facing a Situtaion) Small Notes); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1970; Ta70-12; Taikyoku Sasakai (Famous Game (Facing a Situtaion) Small Notes); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1971; GS14; Shimari no Joseki (Enclosure Joseki); Okubo Ichigen; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; GS15; Kada Tsume Go Kyoshitsu (Kada Tsume Go Class); Kada Katsuji; Super Go Series; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; GS16; Tsuyokunaru Tesuji (Tesuji to Make You Stronger); Fujisawa Hosai; Super Go Series; ; ; 252p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; GS17; Sute Ishi no Majutsu (Magic of Sacrifice Stones); Iwamotoa Kaoru; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; GS18; Zoku Ama to Puro (Continue Amateur and Professional); Kageyama Toshiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; GS19; Omoyo no Shoten (The Focal Point of Large Moyo); Ohira Shuzo; Super Go Series; ; ; 252p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; GS20; Hitokuchi Jotatsuho (Short Words to Improvement); Kano Yoshinori; Super Go Series; ; ; 285p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; Ig7101; Anata nara Dousuru (What Would you Do?); Magari Reiki, Matsumoto Tokuji; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1971; Igsx23; Igo Shinsho; ; ; ; 23-7; ; ; ;
1971; Kixx47; Kido; ; ; ; 47-3; ; ; ;
1971; KiYB71; Kido Igo Nenkan 1971 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1971; Se71; Go Seigen no kono Te Goyojin Okigo Hen (Go Seigen’s Advice to be careful of this move. Handicap Volume); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 222; Ikeda Shoten; Japan;
1971; Se71-01; Tesuji Jiten Jo Kan (Tesuji Dictionary First Volume); Segoe Kensaku and Go Seigen; Jiten Series; ; ; 325p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1971; Se71-02; Tesuji Jiten Ge Kan (Tesuji Dictionary Second Volume); Segoe Kensaku and Go Seigen; Jiten Series; ; ; 342p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1971; Su71; Shinsen Tsume Go 100 Dai (Newly Compiled Tsume Go 100 Problems); Suzuki; ; ; ; 204p; Nagaoka Shoten; Tokyo;
1971; Ta71; Fuseki no Uchi Kata (Fuseki How to Play); Takagawa Shukaku; ; ; ; 252p; Kabushiki Kaisha; Tokyo;
1971; Ta71-02; Taikyoku Sasakai (Famous Game (Facing a Situtaion) Small Notes); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1971; Ta71-05; Taikyoku Sasakai (Famous Game (Facing a Situtaion) Small Notes); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1971; Ta71-07; Taikyoku Sasakai (Famous Game (Facing a Situtaion) Small Notes); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1971; Ta71-08; Taikyoku Sasakai (Famous Game (Facing a Situtaion) Small Notes); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1972; GS13; Tsugi no Myoshu (Next Skillful Move); Maeda Nobuaki; Super Go Series; ; ; 252p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; GS21; Joseki Izen (Before Joseki Were Created); Ishida Yoshio; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; GS22; Yoto toiu Na no Joseki (The Magic Sword Joseki); Hasegawa Akira; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; GS23; Monogatari Igoshi (Tales of Go History); Tamurari Yokihei; Super Go Series; ; ; 286p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; GS24; Igo Gaku Nyumon (Introduction to Go theory); Takagawa Shukaku; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; GS25; Igo Wan Pinto Shido (One Point Lesson in Go); Sakata Eio; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; GS26; Sho Kyoku e no Chansu (The Winning Chance); Rin Kaiho; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; Ig7201; Oba no Miwake Kata (How to know Big Point); Magari Reiki; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1972; Ig7207; Sumi wa Mamono (Monster in the Corner); Kudo Norio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1972; Igsx24; Igo Shinsho; ; ; ; 24-4; ; ; ;
1972; Igxx22; Igo; ; ; ; 22-1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1972; Kixx48; Kido; ; ; ; 48-1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13; ; ; ;
1972; KiYB72; Kido Igo Nenkan 1972 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1972; Ma72; Okigo Jiten (Handicap Dictionary); Maeda Nobuaki; Jiten Series; ; ; 350p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1973; GS27; Taikyoku Hapuningu Shu (Unusual Happenings on the Go Board); Abe Yoshiteru; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; GS28; Meikyoku Kansho Shitsu (Famous Game Appreciation); Ohira Shuzo; Super Go Series; ; ; 284p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; GS29; Sujiga Yokunaru ’18 no Hinto’ (18 Hints for Improving Your Style); Masubuchi Tatsuko; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; GS30; Yasashii Tagaisen no Hamete (Easy Trick Plays for Even Game); Maeda Nobuaki; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; GS31; Joseki Dochu (Joseki Variations); Fujisawa Shugo; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; GS32; Tsumego no Iroha Go Kyo Shumo yori (ABC’s of Tsume Go) (From Chinese Classics of Tusmego); Shinohara Masami; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; GS33; Kajiwara Ryu – Ikita Joseki (Living Joseki Kajiwara Style); Kajiwara Takeo; Super Go Series; ; ; 250p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; Ig7301; Kono Ji Nan Moku (How Many Points is This?); Mitsubori Sho; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1973; Ig7307; Fushigina Torimonocho (Mysterious Detective Stories); Kato Masao; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1973; Igkx20; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 20-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1973; Kixx49; Kido; ; ; ; 49-1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13; ; ; ;
1973; KiYB73; Kido Igo Nenkan 1973 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1973; Mu73; Ko Jiten (Ko Dictionary); Murashima Yoshinori; Jiten Series; ; ; 348p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1973; Pu73-01; Puro Tai Puro Okigo Jissen Fu Jo Kan (Pro vs Pro Handicap Actual Fighting Score First Volume); Sakata Eio, Hashimoto Shoji, Fujisawa Shuko; ; ; ; 383p; Sankai Do; Tokyo;
1973; Pu73-02; Puro Tai Puro Okigo Jissen Fu Ge Kan (Pro vs Pro Handicap Actual Fighting Score Second Volume); Sakata Eio, Hashimoto Shoji, Fujisawa Shuko, Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; 315p; Sankai Do; Tokyo;
1973; Se73; Sakusen Jiten (Strategy Dictionary); Segoe Kensaku; Jiten Series; ; ; 346p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1973; Su73; Zukai Igo Nyumon (Illustrated Go for Beginners); Sugiuchi Masao; ; ; ; 207p; Nitto Shoin; Japan;
1973; Ta73-01; Fuseki Jiten Jo (Fuseki Dictionary First Volume); Takagawa Shukaku; Jiten Series; ; ; 346p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Be74-01; Tsugi no Ichi Te Kessaku Shu (Next Move Masterpieces); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 206p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Be74-02; Go no Koten Meihin Shu (Go Classics A Gem Collection, Classical Go Problems); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; GS34; Honinbo no Hoshi to Sansan (Honinbo’s Star and Three Three Point); Ishida Yoshio; Super Go Series; ; ; 220p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS35; Shodan no Kiso Tsukuri (The Foundation for Shodan); Miyashita Shuyo; Super Go Series; ; ; 250p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS36; Kono Ichi Te Banjo no Dorama (The Only Move that makes the Drama on the Board); Miyashita Shuyo; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS37; Tanoshii Igo Shinrigaku (Amusing Go Psychology); Mihon Sho; Super Go Series; ; ; 224p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS38; Kagesan no Okigo Hiden (Kagesan’s Handicap Secrets); Kageyama Toshiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 224p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS39; Shodan No Kabe o Yaburu Ho (To Break the Walls to Shodan); Sakakibara Shoji; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS40; Senaka de Katsu Takamoku Joseki (Takamoku Joseki to Win in the Center); Otaka Hideo; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; GS41; Chuban Sakusen Kono Itte (The Next Move in the Middle Game); Kano Yoshiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; Ig74-01; Kammei Ni San Shi Kyoku no Fuseki (Clear and Easy Fuseki for 2-3 Handicap Games); Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Ig74-03; Kiru, Kiru, Kiru (All Methods of Cutting); Maeda Nobuaki; ; ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Ig74-04; Ikizu, Nigeru, Shinogu (All Methods to Live); Kudo Horio; ; ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Ig74-05; Kikashi, Kikashi, Kikashi (All Methods to Give Influences); Magari Reiki; ; ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Ig7407; Uwate no Warikomi Hantai (Objection to Strong Players Wedging); Yamabe Toshiro; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1974; Igkx21; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 21-1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1974; Igkx21; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 21-1,2,5,6,7; ; ; ;
1974; Igxx24; Igo; ; ; ; 24-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1974; Ka74; Yose Jiten (Yose Dictionary); Kano Yoshinori; Jiten Series; ; ; 347p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1974; Kixx50; Kido; ; ; ; 50-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1974; KiYB74; Kido Igo Nenkan 1974 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1974; Ta73-02; Fuseki Jiten Ge (Fuseki Dictionary Second Volume); Takagawa Shukaku; Jiten Series; ; ; 344p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Be74-03; Hamete Dai Hyakka (Trick Move Large Dictionary); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Be74-04; Okigo Ju Kai (Handicap 10 Commandments); Kageyama Toshiro; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Be74-05; Sanrensai no Iryoku (Sanrensai Power); Takagawa Shukaku; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Be74-06; Shodan ni Chosensho (Shodan Challenge); Rin Kiho; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; GS42; Shinryaku no Tekunikku (Techniques of Invasions); Kuwahara Munehisa; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS43; Fuseki Nymon (Opening Primer); Nakamura Yutaro; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS44; Joseki Muho Chi Tai (Unexpected Joseki Variations); Yamabe Toshiro; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS45; Anata nara dou Utsu (How Do You Play); Sugiuchi Masao; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS46; Haya Go ni Tsuyoku naru Ho (Lightning Go Strategies); Otake Hideo; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS47; Ishi no Semekata Koroshi Kata (How to Attack and Kill Stones); Kato Masao; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS48; Yasashii Senjutsu Ichi Mon Itto (Easy Strategies 1 Question 1 Answer); Sakata Eio; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS49; Sho Kyu Igo Hyakka (Subjects for Go Beginners); Murashima Yoshinori; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; GS50; Okigo no Ikashi Kata (How to Effectively Use Handicap Stones); Hasegawa Akira; Super Go Series; ; ; 218p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; Ig74-02; Datsu Zoku Suji (For Those Who Can Not Get Strong After Ten Years); Kato Masao; ; ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Ig74-06; Ikon Shiai (Selected Games of Good Writers); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Ig7502; Go Seigen Ryu Kankaku Tokkun (Sense Training Go Seigen Style); Go Seigen, Mitsubori Sho; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1975; Ig7507; Noritsu Yoku Tsuyoku Naru Hou (How to Get Strong Effectively); Kageyama Toshiro; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1975; Igkx22; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 22-9,12; ; ; ;
1975; Igkx22d; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 22d-9,12; ; ; ;
1975; Is75-01; Kihon Joseki Jiten Jo Kan (Basic Josiki Dictionary First Volume); Ishida Yoshio; Jiten Series; ; ; 506p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; Is97-01; Kihon Joseki Jiten Jo Kan (Basic Josiki Dictionary First Volume); Ishida Yoshio; Jiten Series; ; ; 506p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; Ka75; Kessaku Tsume Go Jiten (Masterpiece Tsume Go Dictionary); Kanyama Riichi; Jiten Series; ; ; 345p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Kixx51; Kido; ; ; ; 51-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1975; KiYB75; Kido Igo Nenkan 1975 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1975; Sh75-01; Shodan no Joseki (One Dan Joseki); Rin Kaiho; Igo Bessatsu (Go Supplements); ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Sh75-02; Shodan no Fuseki (One Dan Fuskei); Otake Hideo; Igo Bessatsu (Go Supplements); ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1975; Sh75-03; Shodan no Tesuji Takakai (One Dan Tesuji and Fighting); Magari Reiki; Igo Bessatsu (Go Supplements); ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Be74-07; Tsukai Maeda no Tsume Go (Delightful Maeda Tsume Go); Maeda Nobuaki; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Be74-08; Ima Ninki no Aru 30 no Joseki (30 Popular Joseki); Otake Hideo; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Be74-09; Tesuji Ippatsu (Tesuji One Flash); Hasegawa Akira; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Go76-01; Gendai Joseki Katsuyo Jiten Jo Kan (Modern Joseki Practical Dictionary First Volume); Go Seigen; Jiten Series; ; ; 400p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Go76-01; Go Seigen Fuseki, Shiro Uchi Kata (Go Seigen Openings, White Moves); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 258p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1976; Go76-02; Gendai Joseki Katsuyo Jiten NaKa Kan (Modern Joseki Practical Dictionary Second Volume); Go Seigen; Jiten Series; ; ; 407p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Go76-02; Go Seigen Fuseki, Kuro Uchi Kata (Go Seigen Openings, Blacks Moves); Go Seigen; ; ; ; 258p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1976; Go76-03; Gendai Joseki Katsuyo Jiten Ka Kan (Modern Joseki Practical Dictionary Third Volume); Go Seigen; Jiten Series; ; ; 405p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Ha76; Meisaku Tsume Go Jiten (Famous Tsume Go Dictionary); Hashimto Shoji; Jiten Series; ; ; 359p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1976; Ig7602; Okigo no Sansan Taiousaku (Responding Three Three in Handicap Games); Yamabe Toshiro; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1976; Igkx23; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 23-3,5,6,9,10; ; ; ;
1976; Igkx23d; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 23d-3,10; ; ; ;
1976; Igxx26; Igo; ; ; ; 26-9; ; ; ;
1976; Is75-02; Kihon Joseki Jiten Ge Kan (Basic Joseki Dictionary Second Volume); Ishida Yoshio; Jiten Series; ; ; 505p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1976; Is97-02; Kihon Joseki Jiten Ka Kan (Basic Joseki Dictionary Second Volume); Ishida Yoshio; Jiten Series; ; ; 505p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1976; Kixx52; Kido; ; ; ; 52-1,2; ; ; ;
1976; KiYB76; Kido Igo Nenkan 1976 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1976; Sh75-04; Shodan no Tsume Go Yose (One Dan Life and Death and End Game); Kato Masao; Igo Bessatsu (Go Supplements); ; ; 202p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1977; Be74-10; OMoyo Dai Sakusen (Large Frameworks Large Operations); Takemiya Hideki; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1977; Be74-11; Igo Nyumon sono Go (Go Primer Sequel); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1977; Be74-12; Fujisawa Tesuji Tesuto (Fujisawa Tesuji Test); Fujisawa Shuko; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1977; Be74-13; Kore ga Chugoku Fuseki da (This is Chinese Style Fuseki); Kato Kensei; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1977; Ig7707; Ichigomasu no Tetteiteki Kenkyu Yasahi Tesuji wo oboeyo (Complete Carpenter Square Study); Sakkibara Shoji; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1977; Igxx27; Igo; ; ; ; 27-8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1977; Igxx27d; Igo; ; ; ; 27d-12; ; ; ;
1977; Kixx53; Kido; ; ; ; 53-2,3,5,6,9,10,11; ; ; ;
1977; Kixx53d; Kido; ; ; ; 53d-10,11; ; ; ;
1977; KiYB77; Kido Igo Nenkan 1977 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1977; Ma77a; Man to Man Books Dondon Tokeru 1.3.5. Te no Tsume Go Shu (A Collection of 1-3-5 Move Tsume Go); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; ; Tankaido; Japan;
1977; Ma77b; Man to Man Books Dondon Tokeru 1.3.5. Te no Tsume Go Shu (A Collection of 1-3-5 Move Tsume Go Continued); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; ; Tankaido; Japan;
1977; Ot77-01; Meikai Otaka Igo Koza 1 Joseki no Unyo (Otake’s Go Course – Joseki); Otaka Hideo; ; ; ; 282; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1977; Ot77-02; Meikai Otaka Igo Koza 2 Fuseki no Joshiki (Otake’s Go Course – Fuseki); Otaka; ; ; ; 282; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1977; Ot77-03; Meikai Otaka Igo Koza 3 Kobo no Kyusho (Otake’s Go Course – Key Points); Otaka; ; ; ; 282; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1977; Ot77-04; Meikai Otaka Igo Koza 4 Tesuji no Iryoku (Otake’s Go Course – Power of Tesuji); Otaka; ; ; ; 282; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1977; Ot77-05; Meikai Otaka Igo Koza 5 Yose no Kihon (Otake’s Go Course – Basics of End Game); Otaka; ; ; ; 282; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1977; Ry77; Gokichi ni sasageru Hon (Book for Go Crazy People); Tamura Ryukihei; ; ; ; 253p; Seishun Shuppansha; Japan;
1977; Sc7708; Puro Puro Okigo no Keteiban (Final Version of Professional Handicap Games); ; ; ; ; ; Igo Shincho; Japan;
1978; Be74-14; Tsugi No San Te (Next Three Moves); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-15; Shin Kagun Arakato (New Go Proverbs); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-16; Kishu, Myoshu, Mashu (Devil Moves, Strange Moves, Evil Moves); Go Seigen; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-17; Zoku Tsugi no Ichi Te (Next Move Masterpieces) Continued; Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-17; Zoku Tsugi no Ichi Te (Next Move Masterpieces) Continued; Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-18; Kore ga Toketara shodan (This explains Shodan); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-19; Chuban Sen no Tekunikku Kobo no Kimete (Middle Game Technique) (Deciding Points of Attack and Defense); Sakata Eio; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-20; Yose no Tekunikku (Yose Technique) Shuban no Kire Aji (End Game Potential); Ishida Yoshio; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-21; Fuseki no Tekunikku (Fuseki Technique) Joban de rido (Opening Leads); Otake Hideo; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-22; Joseki ni Tsuyokunaru 12 Sho (Joseki strength in 12 Chapters); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-23; Jissen ni Tsuyokunaru 80 Mon (Actual Fighting Strong Become 80 questions); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-24; Shin Tsugi no San Te (New next 3 moves); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-25; Suji to Katachi no Tekunikku (Tactics and Shape Technique); Rin Kaiho; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-26; Okigo ni Tsuyokunaru Sakata Tokkun Dojo (Sakata Intensive Trainging to Become Strong in Handicap Games); Sakata Eio; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-27; Joseki Igo no Ki-me-te (How to decide the game after Joseki); Otake Hideo; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-28; Karei naru Kobo no Tekunikku (Splender Offense and Defense Technique); Kato Masao; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-29; Kondokoso Igo Kaigan! Shodan no Senryaku (Time to open your Go Eyes! Shodan Strategy, tactics); Nakayama Noriyuki; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-30; Keisei Handan ni Tsuyoku naru (To Become Strong in Prospect Judgement Strength); Ishida Yoshio; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-31; Shin Te, Shin Kata, Shin Joseki (New Moves, New Patterns, New joseki); Abe Yoshiteru; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-32; Uchikomi to Sabaki Hissho Tekunikku (Invasion and Light Play Certain Victory Technique); Takemiya Masaki; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-33; Kokoga Amateur no Moten! Joban Hen (A Compilation of Amateur Opening Blind Spots); Sanno Hirotaka; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-34; Yu Dan Sengen Puro Kara Nani wo Toruka (Don Player Decoration What to Steal from Professionals); Sakakibara Shoji; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-35; Anata Wa Ishi o Suterareruka (Can You Sacrifice Your Stones); Shiroe Haruhiko; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-36; Isseki Nyukon Chansu wo Nigasu na (Put Your Spirt in the Stones and Do Not Miss the Chances); Cho Chikun; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-37; Igo Zakugaku Monoshiri Hyakka (Igo Encyclopedia on Many Subjects); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 312p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-38; Zoku Suji wo Togameru (Refuting Vulgar Plays); Fujisawa Shuko; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-39; ShoKyu Sono Go Jotatsu no Kimete (After the Beginning Deciding Points for Improvement); Shiroe Haruhiko; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-40; Kokoga Ama no Moten! Chuban Hen (A Compilation of Amateur Middle Game Blind Spots); Sanno Hirotaka; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-41; Hamete Wa Kowakuku nai (Do Not Fear Trick Moves); Sakata Eio; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-42; Watashi no Eranda Kihon Joseki (Basic Joseki I Have Chosen); Ogawa Tomoko; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-43; Q&A 60 Tadashii Tejun wo Oshiemasu (I teach the Proper Procedures in 60 Questions and Answers); Nihon Kiin; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-44; Meijin Okigo Kyoshitsu Jissen Kara (Meijin’s Handicap Go Classroom From Actual Games); Cho Chikun; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-45; Kono Itte ni Chosen (Challenge This Move); Takagi Shoichi; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-46; Shitate no Mikata ni narimasu (Support the Weaker Players; Honda Hachiko; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-47; Chansu ni Umai Te wo – Joryu Hiwa (Good Move for the Chance – Women’s Inside Story); Itoh Tomoe; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-48; Fuseki Joszu ni naruta me ni (To Become Good at the Opening Strategy); Kataoka Satoshi; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-49; Ama no Te Puro no Me (Amateurs Hands and Professional Eyes); Sanno Hirotaka; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Be74-50; Joban no Kyusho Kiryoku wa 20 Te de Miyaburareru (Opening Vital Points Your Strength can be judged by your first twenty moves); Ishida Akira; Bessatsu Igo Kurabu (Go Supplements); ; ; 192p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1978; Fu78-01; Kihon Tesuji Jiten Jo Kan (Basic Tesuji Dictionary First Volume); Fujisawa Hideyusa; Jiten Series; ; ; 506p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Fu78-02; Kihon Tesuji Jiten Ge Kan (Basic Tesuji Dictionary Second Volume); Fujisawa Hideyusa; Jiten Series; ; ; 505p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Fu97-01; Kihon Tesuji Jiten Jo Kan (Basic Tesuji Dictionary First Volume); Fujisawa Hideyusa; Jiten Series; ; ; 506p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Fu97-02; Kihon Tesuji Jiten Ka Kan (Basic Tesuji Dictionary Second Volume); Fujisawa Hideyusa; Jiten Series; ; ; 505p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ig7802; Tsukenobi Jiyu Jizai (Attach and Extend Freely); Rin Kaiho; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1978; Igkx25; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 23-5,7; ; ; ;
1978; Kixx54; Kido; ; ; ; 54-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1978; Kixx54; Kido; ; ; ; 54-1,3,5,11,12; ; ; ;
1978; KiYB78; Kido Igo Nenkan 1978 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ma78; Man to Man Books Dondon Kateru Okigo Sakusen Shu (Handicap operation collection); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; ; Sankaido; Japan;
1978; Ni78-01; 9 Kyu no Joseki Nihon Ki-in Jotatsu Shirizu 1 (9 Kyu Joseki Nihon Ki-in Progress series 1); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 191p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ni78-02; 9 Kyu no Fuseki Nihon Ki-in Jotatsu Shirizu 2 (9 Kyu Fuseki Nihon Ki-in Progress series 2); Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 191p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ni78-03; 9 Kyu no Tesuji Nihon Ki-in Jotatsu Shirizu 3 (9 Kyu Tesuji Nihon Ki-in Progress series 3); Kato Masao; ; ; ; 191p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ri78-01; Kihon Fuseki Jiten Jo Kan (Basic Fuseki Dictionary First Volume); Rin Kaiho; Jiten Series; ; ; 506p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ri78-02; Kihon Fuseki Jiten Ge Kan (Basic Fuseki Dictionary Second Volume); Rin Kaiho; Jiten Series; ; ; 503p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ri97-01; Kihon Fuseki Jiten Jo Kan (Basic Fuseki Dictionary First Volume); Rin Kaiho; Jiten Series; ; ; 506p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1978; Ri97-02; Kihon Fuseki Jiten Ka Kan (Basic Fuseki Dictionary Second Volume); Rin Kaiho; Jiten Series; ; ; 503p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1979; Ch79-01; Kobayashi Ryu Hissho Okigo Ni Shi Kyoku (Certain Victory Handicap 2 Stone); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 164; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1979; Ch79-02; Kobayashi Ryu Hissho Okigo San Shi Kyoku (Certain Victory Handicap 3 Stone); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 166; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1979; Igxx29; Igo; ; ; ; 29-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1979; Ik79; Igo Zatsuku Sho Jiten (Go Wide Knowledge Small Encyclopedia); ; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 96p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1979; Ka79; Oya to Ko no IGo Kyoshitsu (Go Classroom for Parents and Children); Kageyama, Toshiro; ; ; ; 199p; SoKoSha; Tokyo;
1979; Kixx55; Kido; ; ; ; 55-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1979; Kixx55d; Kido; ; ; ; 55d-6; ; ; ;
1979; KiYB79; Kido Igo Nenkan 1979 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1979; Yo79; Igo Chukyu Koza 12 (Basic Series 12); ; ; ; ; ; Yomiudi Bunka Senta; Japan;
1980; Ch80-01; Kobayashi Ryu Hissho Okigo Yon Shi Kyoku (Certain Victory Handicap 4 Stone); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 166; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1980; Ch80-02; Kobayashi Ryu Hissho Okigo Go Shi Kyoku (Certain Victory Handicap 5 Stone); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 166; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1980; Ig8006; Chikara to Yomi no Yousei (Cultivation of Power and Reading); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1980; Igkx27; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 23-1; ; ; ;
1980; Igxx30; Igo; ; ; ; 30-2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1980; Kixx56; Kido; ; ; ; 56-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1980; KiYB80; Kido Igo Nenkan 1980 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1980; NK80-01; Shin Chukyu Shirizu 1 Joseki no Erabikata (How to Choose Joseki); Kudo Norio; Shin Naka Kyu Surezu – 01; ; ; 222p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1980; NK80-02; Shin Chukyu Shirizu 2 Yose No Tesuji; Sakata Eio; Shin Naka Kyu Surezu – 02; ; ; 222p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; Igkx28; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 28-1,2; ; ; ;
1981; Igxx31; Igo; ; ; ; 31-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1981; IPG85; Tesuji Jiten Volume 1; Segoshi Kensaku & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 226; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; IPG86; Tesuji Jiten Volume 2; Segoshi Kensaku & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 239; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; IPG87; Tesuji Jiten Volume 3; Segoshi Kensaku & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 210; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; Ki81; Konzuhu Sho Shi Katsu (Extractions from Chinese Classics); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; 334; Sankaido; Japan;
1981; Kixx57; Kido; ; ; ; 57-1,2,3,4,5,6; ; ; ;
1981; KiYB81; Kido Igo Nenkan 1981 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1981; NK80-05; Shin Chukyu Shirizu 5 Yasashi Keisei Handan (Easy Prospect Judgement); Otaka Hideo; Shin Naka Kyu Surezu – 05; ; ; 222p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; NK80-06; Shin Chukyu Shirizu 6 OBa Yori KyuBa He (Vital Points Rather Than Big Points); Ishida Yoshio; Shin Naka Kyu Surezu – 06; ; ; 222p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; NK80-08; Shin Chukyu Shirizu 8 Koni Tsuyoku Naru (To Become Stronger in Ko); Kato Masao; Shin Naka Kyu Surezu – 08; ; ; 222p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; NK80-09; Shin Chukyu Shirizu 9 Kachigo no Kimekata (How to Win the Winning Game?); Fujisawa Shuko; Shin Naka Kyu Surezu – 09; ; ; 222p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1981; Sa81-02; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 2; Kojima Takaho; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1981; Sa81-03; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 3; Fukui Masaaki; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1981; Sa81-04; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 4; Ishida Akira; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1981; Sa81-05; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 5; Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1981; Sa81-06; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 6; Haruyama Isamu; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1981; Sa81-07; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 7; Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1982; Go57-01; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Chubansen kono Itte (Key move in the Middle Game; Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 190; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1982; Go57-06; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Yose no Enshu (Endgame Practice); Yoshikubo Yoshitaka; ; ; ; 208; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1982; Go57-09; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Shin Igo Kakugen no Subete (All New Go Proverbs); Tomita Tadao; ; ; ; 224; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1982; Go57-11; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Jo-Chu-Shu Ban Kono Itte (Key Moves in the Opening, Middle, and End Game); Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1982; Go58-07; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Assho-Okigo Sempo (Big Point Winning Handicap Strategy); Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1982; Ig8202; Okigo Shiro no Kufu (Handicap White Running); Fujisawa Shuko; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1982; Igxx32; Igo; ; ; ; 32-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1982; Ka82; Witch Books Igo Neuman kore nara chikaru; Iguchi Kaiseki; ; ; ; 287p; Ikeda Shoten; Japan;
1982; Kixx58; Kido; ; ; ; 58-4; ; ; ;
1982; KiYB82; Kido Igo Nenkan 1982 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sa81-08; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 8; Awaji Shuzo; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1982; Sa81-09; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 9; Yamashiro Hiroshi; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1982; Sa81-10; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 10; Mizawa Goro; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1982; Sh82-01; Tagaisen Joseki Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 03; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sh82-02; Tesuji Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 03; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sh82-03; Moyo Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 03; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sh82-04; Hoshi Joseki Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 04; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sh82-05; Hamete Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 05; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sh82-09; Yose Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 09; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Sh82-10; Yogo Sho Jiten (Terminology); Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 10; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1982; Yo82; Ishida no Jissen Kakugenshu (Collection of Proverbs in Actual Games); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 205p; Mainichi Shimbunsha; Japan;
1983; AA37; Itte no Tsume Go (One Move Tsume Go); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1983; AA38; Itte no Tesuji (One Move Tesuji); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1983; AA39; San Te no Tsume Go (Three Move Tsume Go); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 198; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1983; AA40; San Te no Tesuji (Three Move Tesuji); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1983; Go58-05; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Joseki to Fuseki no Aisho Shindan (How to Balance Joseki and Fuseki); Honda Kunihisa; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1983; Ig8307; Ikkentobi no Tsuke to Hen no Uchikomi (Attach to one Point and Side Invasion); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1983; Igkx30; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 30-2,3; ; ; ;
1983; Igxx33; Igo; ; ; ; 33-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1983; Ka86-03; Tesuji ni Tsuyoku naru Hon (Book to Strengthen Tesuji); Sakata Eio; ; ; ; 194; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1983; Ki83; Ima Jitsuryoku de Menjo no Toreru Hon Kido Number 2 ’83…; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 176; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1983; Kixx59; Kido; ; ; ; 59-11,12; ; ; ;
1983; KiYB83; Kido Igo Nenkan 1983 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1983; Ma83; Igo Kaigan Shirizu 7 Banjo no Dai Koso Ryoku (Go Enlightening Series 7 Large Scale Board Planning); Takemia Masaki; ; ; ; 187; Kodansha; Japan;
1983; Ma83a; Man to Man Books Dondon Wakaru Igo Tesuji Shu (A Collection of Tesuji); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; ; Tankaido; Japan;
1983; Ma83b; Man to Man Books Dondon Suteru Katsuyo Tesuji Shu (A Collection of Practical Tesuji); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; ; Tankaido; Japan;
1983; Ni93-01 (Sh82-08); Shikatsu Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1983; Oh82a; Shodan heno Saitan Kosu Jo (The Shortest Way to Showdan 1); Otake Hideo; ; ; ; 306p; Sanpo Shuppan; Japan;
1983; Oh82b; Shodan heno Saitan Kosu Ge (The Shortest Way to Showdan 2); Hideo Ohtake; ; ; ; 305p; Sanpo Shuppan; Japan;
1983; Sh82-06; Okigo Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 06; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1983; Sh82-07; Fuseki Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 06; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1983; Sh82-08; Shikatsu Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; Sho Jiten Surizu 06; ; ; 222p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1983; Ya83; Go no Majutsu Shirizu 2 Okigo no Majatsu (Handicap Magic); Yamabe Toshiro; ; ; ; 223; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1984; AA43; Shuban tsugi no Itte (Next Move in the End Game); Shirae Haruhiko; ; ; ; 189; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1984; Ch84; Igo Kaigan Shirizu 3 Aji no Tsugikata neraikata (Go Enlightening Series 3 How to Make an Aim Potential); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 189p; Kodansha; Japan;
1984; Ch84-01; Kihon Shi Katsu Jiten Jo Kan; Cho Chikun; Jiten Series; ; ; 378p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1984; Ch97-01; Kihon Shi Katsu Jiten Jo Kan; Cho Chikun; Jiten Series; ; ; 378p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1984; Go59-03; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Honsuji Zokusuji Taishohyo (Comparative Balance Sheet of Good Suji and Bad Suji); Gekan Gogaku; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1984; Go59-05; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Joseki Zumu Appu Shikatsu to Semeai (Joseki in Details Life and Death and Capture Races); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1984; Go59-09; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Vol 1 Joban Chuban Purasu Tsume Go (Beginning Middle and Life and Death); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1984; Go59-11; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Yose no Kyoka Toreningu (Intensive End Game Training); Honda Kunihisa; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1984; Ig8402; Yonhonbashira Hissho Fuseki (Winning Fuseki in Four Handicap); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1984; Igxx34; Igo; ; ; ; 34-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1984; Igxx34; Igo; ; ; ; 34-4,10; ; ; ;
1984; Kixx60; Kido; ; ; ; 60-1,3,4; ; ; ;
1984; KiYB84; Kido Igo Nenkan 1984 (Kido Go Yearbook); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1984; Ma84a; Man to Man Books 2 Anata Wa Nandan Kyu desho 2 (How many Dan or Kyu are You); Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 207p; Sankaido; Japan;
1984; Ma84b; Man to Man Books 3 Anata Wa Nandan Kyu desho 3 (How many Dan or Kyu are You); Miyamoto Naoki and Koyama Yasuo; ; ; ; 207p; Sankaido; Japan;
1984; Ma84c; Man to Man Books 4 Anata Wa Nandan Kyu desho 4 (How many Dan or Kyu are You); Hashimoto Utaro, Hashimoto Shoji, Honda Kunihisa; ; ; ; 201p; Sankaido; Japan;
1984; Ma84d; Man to Man Books 5 Anata Wa Nandan Kyu desho 5 (How many Dan or Kyu are You); Hashimoto Utaro, Hashimoto Shoji, Honda Kunihisa; ; ; ; 201p; Sankaido; Japan;
1984; NB84-01; Joseki, Tesuji, Tsume Go; Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 01; ; ; 200p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1984; Ni84; The 6th World Amateur Go Championship; ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1984; Ot84-01; Kihon Okigo Jiten Jo Kan; Otake; Jiten Series; ; ; 378p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1984; Ot97-01; Kihon Okigo Jiten Jo Kan; Otake Hideo; Jiten Series; ; ; 378p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; Ch84-02; Kihon Shi Katsu Jiten Ge Kan; Cho Chikun; Jiten Series; ; ; 377p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; Ch97-02; Kihon Shi Katsu Jiten Ka Kan; Cho Chikun; Jiten Series; ; ; 377p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; Gexx10; Gekkan Go Gaku; ; ; ; 10-5; ; ; ;
1985; Go60-01; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Vol 2 Hirameki appu Joban Chuban purasu Tesuji (Volume 2 Lightning Imagination Training in Beginning Game Middle Game plus Tesuji); Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1985; Go60-03; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Assho Joban Sempo Dai 2 Shu (Opening Strategy for Big Victory); Niyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1985; Go60-07; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Amachua Sosaku Tsume Go (Amateur Creative Life and Death); Iwata Shoji; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1985; Go60-11; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Tanoshii Yose (Amusing End Games); UshiKubo Yoshitaka; ; ; ; 208; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1985; Igkx32; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 32-8; ; ; ;
1985; Igxx35; Igo; ; ; ; 35-4,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1985; Is85; Ama no Go Dai 8 Go Tozai Taikosen Gekitou 160 Kyoku (Amateur Game Record Number 8 160 Fierce Games The Japan East vs the Japan West); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Tozai Ama Igo Koryu Jimukyoku; ;
1985; Ka85-01; Kajiwala Ryu Dengeki Sempo San Shi Kyoku no Maki (3 Stone Handicap Strategy); Kajiwara Takeo; ; ; ; 213; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1985; Ka85b; Kajiwala Ryu Dengeki Sempo Ni Shi Kyoku no Maki (2 Stone Handicap Strategy); Kajiwara Takeo; ; ; ; 214; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1985; Kixx61; Kido; ; ; ; 61-2,4,5,7,10; ; ; ;
1985; Kixx61d; Kido; ; ; ; 61d-7; ; ; ;
1985; Ma85-01; San Te no Yomi Chu Ban (Three Move Reading in Middle Game; Kato Masao; ; ; ; 192; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1985; Ma85-02; San Te no Yomi Okigo (Three Move Reading in Handicap Games); Kato Masao; ; ; ; 194; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1985; Me85-02; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-03; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-06; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-07; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-08; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-09; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-10; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Me85-12; Meikyoku Saikai (Famous Game Detailed Explanation); ; ; ; ; 96p; Seibundo Shinkosha; Tokyo;
1985; Myxx07; My Life Go; ; ; ; 07-3,4,5; ; ; ;
1985; NB85-02; Itto Ryodan! Kajiwara Bushi (Sharp Cutting in Kajiwara Style); Kajiwara Takeo; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 02; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; NB85-03; Hitome de wakaru Joseki Zuten (You can Understand by Seeing Joseki Charts); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 03; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; NB85-04; Degeki Jotatsuho Ichi Nichi Dai (Shock Treatment for Improving Your Go); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 04; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; NB85-05; Takemiya Masaki no Sanrensei de Katsu (Takemiya’s Sanrensei Strategy); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 05; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; NB85-06; Atsumi no Hyakka (Study of Thickness); Ishida Yoshio; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 05; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; Ni85; The 7th World Amateur Go Championship; ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1985; Ot85-02; Kihon Okigo Jiten Ka Kan; Otake; Jiten Series; ; ; 377p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1985; Ot97-02; Kihon Okigo Jiten Ka Kan; Otake Hideo; Jiten Series; ; ; 377p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1986; AA61; Go Gataki no Shiranai Shin Joseki Takamoku Mokohazushi (New Joseki Your Opponent Do Not Know); Abe Yoshiteru; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1986; Go61-01; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Kyokumen Zumu appu (Planning of Opening and Middle and End Games; Honda Kunisha; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1986; Go61-03; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Kiryoku Kaihatsu Tesuto (Go Ability Development Test); Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1986; Go61-07; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Nurai to Tesuji (Purpose and Tesuji); Sekiyama Toshio; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1986; Igkx33; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 33-4,6,7,8,10; ; ; ;
1986; Igxx36; Igo; ; ; ; 36-11,12; ; ; ;
1986; Kixx62; Kido; ; ; ; 62-3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1986; Kixx62d; Kido; ; ; ; 62d-3; ; ; ;
1986; Ma86; Man to Man Books Dondon Yakudatsu Igo Kakugen Shu (A Collection of Go Proverbs); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; ; Tankaido; Japan;
1986; Mu86; Takemiya ryu Sanrensei Hissho Ho (Current Certain Victory Method Takemiya Style); Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 222p; Nihon Bungeisha; Tokyo;
1986; Na86; Igo no Seikai (The World of Go); Nakayama Noriyuki; ; ; ; 232; Iwanami Shoten; Japan;
1986; NB86-07; Kato Fuseki Kyoshujo (Kato’s Fuseki Training Camp); Kato Maso; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 07; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1986; NB86-08; Kosu Betsu Hisshu Kadai Kanzen Koryaku Bon (ABC Course All Around Questions and Answers); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 08; ; ; 200p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1986; NB86-09; Otake Hideo no Tanoshi Tsume Go (Otake Amusing Life and Death Problems); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 09; ; ; 198p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1986; NB86-10; Igo Omoshiro nan demo Hyaka (Go interesting many subjects); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 10; ; ; 328p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1986; Sa81-01; Tsume Go Joi Bukusu 1; Sato Masaharu; ; ; ; 190; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1987; Go62-03; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Tsugi no Itte purasu Yomi to Suji (Next Move plus Reading and Suji); Hashimoto Utaro; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1987; Go62-09; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Tanoshii Dokkingu (Amusing Coupling of Reading and Inspiraton); Gekkan Gogaku; ; ; ; 192; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1987; Ic6210; Semeai no Daigomi (Sweet taste of race to capture); Tsugi no Itte; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 128p; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1987; Ig8702; Hissho San Shi Kyoku no Fuseki (Win Opening Strategy in Three Stone Game); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1987; Igkx34; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 34-1,2,3,4,5,6,7; ; ; ;
1987; Igxx37; Igo; ; ; ; 37-6.12; ; ; ;
1987; Kixx63; Kido; ; ; ; 63-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12; ; ; ;
1987; Kixx63d; Kido; ; ; ; 63d-4,5; ; ; ;
1987; KoYB87; Korean Year Book; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
1987; NB87-11; Shodan no Chishiki (Common Knowledge for Shodans); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 11; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1987; NB87-12; Ishida Yoshio no Puro Puro Okigo (Professional Handicap Go by Ishida Yoshio); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 12; ; ; 200p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1987; NB87-13; Ama no Akshu – Wasuto 10 (Worst Ten Amateurs Bad Moves); Kageyama Toshiro; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 12; ; ; 200p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1987; Se86; Go Seigen Handicap Go; Go Seigen; ; ; ; 202; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1988; AA77-21; Tsume Go Monday Shu 4.5.6 Kyu (Tsume Go Problems for 4-5-6 Kyu); Tozawa Akinori; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1988; Ch81-01; Kobayashi Ryu Hissho Okigo Roku Shi Kyoku (Certain Victory Handicap 6 Stone); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 165; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1988; Ch81-02; Kobayashi Ryu Hissho Okigo Nana Shi Kyoku (Certain Victory Handicap 7 Stone); Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 165; Koma Shobo; Japan;
1988; Go63-03; Besatsu Gekkan Gogaku Zoku Amachua no Jakuten (Amateur Weak Points); Miyamoto Naoki; ; ; ; 191; Gogaku Sha; Japan;
1988; Ig8802; Tsumego Kyusho no Mitsuke Kata (How to find Vital Point in Life and Death); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1988; NB88-15; Shobu Ama Puro Nekketsufu (Top Amateur vs Professional Game Records); Sakata Eio; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 15; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1988; NB88-16; Gendai Joseki Gaido (Modern Joseki Guide); Kobayashi Satoru; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 16; ; ; 199p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1988; NB88-17; Fuseki he no Shotai (An Invitation to Fuseki); Ishikura Noboru; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 17; ; ; 192p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1988; Ni88; The 10th World Amateur Go Championship; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1988; Ni89-10; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Tsuketsuke Hyakka (All Attaching Methods); Abe Yoshiteru; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1988; Ni89-12; Uro Uro Bukkusu – San San Shuhen (Three-Three Point Study); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1988; Ni89-13; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Iken Tobi no Koyo (One Point Jump Effect Use); Ishikura Noboru; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1988; Ts88-02; Hen no Uchi Komi Kihon 2 Kata (Side Invasions 2 Models); Tsugi no Itte; Igo Kurabu; ; ; 93p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1989; AA77-19; ShoDan Ichi Kyu Mondai Shu (Colllection); Sanno Hirotaka; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1989; AA77-22; Tsume Go Monday Shu 1.2.3 Kyu (Tsume Go Problems for 1-2-3 Kyu); Tozawa Akinori; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1989; AA77-50; Atarashii Tsume Go 6.7.8 Kyu (New Tsume Go); Fukui Masaaki; ; ; ; 190; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1989; Ib89; Dai 1 Kai IBM Hayago Opun Sen (IBM Lighting Go Open Tournament 1); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 111p; Nihon IBM; Japan;
1989; Is89-02; SanDan Chosen no Tsume Go 100 (100 Life and Death Problems to Challenge to 3 dan); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 222; Tsuchiya Shoten; Japan;
1989; Ka86-02; Shikatsu ni Tsuyoku naru Hon (Life and Death Strengthening); Rin Kaiho; ; ; ; 192; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1989; Kixx65; Kido; ; ; ; 65-3; ; ; ;
1989; Kixx65d; Kido; ; ; ; 65d-3; ; ; ;
1989; Le95-06; Let’s Play Go Igo Jitsuryoku Tesuto 7-8 Kyu (Real Ability Go Test For 7-8 Kyu); Abe Yoshiteru; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1989; Le95-08; Let’s Play Go Tsume go Jitsuryoku tesuto 6-7-8 Kyu (Real Ablity Test for Tsume Go 6-7-8-Kyu); Tozawa Akinori; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1989; Ma89; Man to Man Books Tsukai Tsume Go Tsugi no Itte Shu (One Move Tsume Go); Ieda Ryuji; ; ; ; 156; Sankaido; Japan;
1989; NB89-18; Yoda Norimoto Seishunfu Gekito kono Itte (Games of Yoda Norimoto While Young); Yoda Norimoto; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 18; ; ; 192p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1989; NB89-21; Godan no joshiki (Five Dan Common Sense); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 18; ; ; 192p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1989; NB89-22; Shoritsu Appu Dai Sakusen (A Strategy to Increase Winning Rate); Kamimura Kunio; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 18; ; ; 192p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1989; NB89-23; Igo Omoshiro Kuizu (Ammusing Go Quiz); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 18; ; ; 192p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1989; NB89-27; Zoku Ama no Akshu – Wasuto 10 (Worst Ten Amateurs Bad Moves Continued); Kageyama Toshiro; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 18; ; ; 192p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1989; Ni89-02; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Niken Biraki (Two Point Jump); Shirape Harushiko; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-03; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Joseki Hazure (Out of Joseki); Nakayama Noriuki; ; ; ; 221; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-04; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Ko no Maryoku (Magic Power of Ko); Rin Kaiho; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-05; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Uchi to Tsugi (Cutting and Connecting); Haruyama Isamu; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-07; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Moku Hazushi Joseki; Sakato Eio; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-09; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Kosumi no Sempo (Diagonal Tactics); Kageyama Toshiro; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-14; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Suburi Senka (Special Course on Sliding); Ishi Kunio; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ni89-16; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Hane to Osae (Blocking Up and Blocking Down ); Awaji Shuzo; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1989; Ta89-01; Joseki Go no Uchikata (How to Play After Joseki); Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 222; Tsuchiya Shoten; Japan;
1990; Ch90-01; Fuseki Dai Jiten Hoshi ni and san rensai; ; ; ; ; ; Yutopian; China;
1990; Ch90-02; Fuseki Dai Jiten Hoshi Komoku 1; ; ; ; ; ; Yutopian; China;
1990; Ch90-03; Fuseki Dai Jiten Hoshi Komoku 2; ; ; ; ; ; Yutopian; China;
1990; Ch90-04; Fuseki Dai Jiten Komoku 1; ; ; ; ; ; Yutopian; China;
1990; Ch90-05; Fuseki Dai Jiten Komoku 2; ; ; ; ; ; Yutopian; China;
1990; Ig85-01; Igo Tsugi no Itte 1; Otake Shideo, Ishida Yoshio, Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 222; Kadokawa Shoten; Japan;
1990; Ig85-02; Igo Tsugi no Itte 2; Otake Shideo, Ishida Yoshio, Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 222; Kadokawa Shoten; Japan;
1990; Ig85-03; Igo Tsugi no Itte 3; Otake Shideo, Ishida Yoshio, Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 222; Kadokawa Shoten; Japan;
1990; Ig85-05; Igo Tsugi no Itte 5; Otake Shideo, Ishida Yoshio, Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 222; Kadokawa Shoten; Japan;
1990; Ig9001; Ko Ko ni Chumoku! Ikanishite Suteruka (How To Sacrifice); Chinohara Masami; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1990; Ka86-01; Ryo Gakari ni Tsuyoku Naru Hon (Double attack strenthen Book); Kato Maso; ; ; ; 208; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1990; Le95-07; Let’s Play Go Igo Jitsuryoku Tesuto 9-10 Kyu (Real Ability Go Test For 9-10 Kyu); Sano Hirotaka; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1990; Ma90; Chinro de Oboeru Igo Tesuji (Tesuji Through Chinese Classic Life and Death); Takemiya Masaki; ; ; ; 223p; ; ;
1990; Ni89-01; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Hen no Uchi komi (Side Invasions); Ohira Shuzo; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1990; Ni89-06; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Nobi to Sagari (Extending and Descending); Kataoka Satoshi; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1990; Ni89-08; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Watari no subete (Connecting Underneath); Kano Yoshinori; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1990; Ni89-11; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Boshi no Iryoko (Capping Power); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1990; Ra90b; The 11th World Amateur Go Championship; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1991; Ig9102; Semeai ni Katsu (Winning a Capture Race); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1991; Ig9108; Za Meishobu (The Best Games); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1991; Le95-02; Let’s Play Go Hajimete no Tsume Go (First Tsume Tsume Go); Sano Hirotaka; ; ; ; 190; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1991; Le95-05; Let’s Play Go Igo Jitsuryoku Tesuto 5-6 Kyu (Real Ability Go Test For 5-6 Kyu); Sakata Eio; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1991; Rexx19; Rettsu Go; ; ; ; 19-4; ; ; ;
1992; Ak92-03; IGo wo Hajimetai Hito Ni (For Those Who Try to Begin Go); Hano Yoshinori; ; ; ; 574p; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1992; Ch92; Igo Chugoku Ryu Hisshoho (Chinese Opening Victory Method); Kato Masao; ; ; ; 222; Matsu Moto Shiko; ;
1992; Ig9202; Tsukenobi Tsukeosae no kipointo (Key Points Attach and Extension and Attach and Block); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1992; Ig9207; Anata no Kiryoku wo Shindansuru Kurabu Suiri Kyoshitsu (Igo Club Class Room To Judge Your Go Ability); ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1992; Ig9207; Joban Rakuraku Keshikata no Kotsu (How to Easily Erase In The Opening); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1992; Is92; Ishida Yoshiyo Igo Koza, Dai 2 Kan, Hissho no Okigo (Ishida Yoshiyo Go Course Vol 2, Sure Win Handicap Go); Ishida Yoshiyo; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1992; Li92; Kihon Shikatsu Jiten (Basic Life and Death Dictionary; Eba Hiroki; ; ; ; 250; Fa Shuppan; Japan;
1992; NB92-28; 1,2,3 de tokeru Tsume Go 1000 (1000 Tsume Go Problems); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 28; ; ; 256p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1992; NB92-30; Muteki no Ryuko Joseki 20 Kata (20 Invincible and Popular Joseki Models); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 28; ; ; 256p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1992; Ni89-15; Uro Uro Bukkusu – Keshi to Kikashi (Erasing and Forcing); Yamashiro Hiroshi; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1993; Ak92-04; 9 kyu kara – 1 Kyu made no Tsume Go (9 to 1 Kyu Life and Death Problems); Tozawa Akinori; ; ; ; 574p; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1993; Ig9302; Katsu Tatakai Makeru Tatakai (Winning Battle and Losing Battle); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; ; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1993; Igkx40; Igo Kurabu; ; ; ; 40-9; ; ; ;
1993; Is93-02; Kihon Tesuji 100 (100 Basic Tesuji); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 222; Tsuchiya Shoten; Japan;
1993; Ka86-04; Hamete ni Tsuyoku naru Hon (Book to Strengthen Against Tricky Moves); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 192; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1993; Kixx69; Kido; ; ; ; 69-7; ; ; ;
1993; Le95-03; Let’s Play Go Igo Jitsuryoku tesuto 1-2 Kyu (Real Ability Go Test For 1-2 Kyu); Kato Masao; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1993; Le95-04; Let’s Play Go Igo Jitsuryoku Tesuto 3-4 Kyu (Real Ability Go Test For 3-4 Kyu); Otake Shideo; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1993; Le95-09; Let’s Play Go Tsume go Jitsuryoku tesuto Shodan-1-2 Kyu (Real Ablity Test for Tsume Go Shodan-1-2-Kyu); Tozawa Akinori; ; ; ; 159; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1993; Na93-01; Hoshi Nara omakase (Hoshi line entrust) Uchi Ryu Joban Koso )universal current opening plan) San Shi Kyoku no Maki; Takemiya Yasaki, Nakayama Norimoto Editor; ; ; ; 278; Kimoto Shoten; Tokyo;
1993; Na93-02; Hoshi Nara omakase (Hoshi line entrust) Uchi Ryu Joban Koso )universal current opening plan) Yon Shi Kyoku no Maki; Takemiya Yasaki, Nakayama Norimoto Editor; ; ; ; 278p; Kimoto Shoten; Tokyo;
1993; Na93-03; Hoshi Nara omakase (Hoshi line entrust) Uchi Ryu Joban Koso ) universal current opening plan) Nishi Kyoku no Maki; Takemiya Yasaki, Nakayama Norimoto Editor; ; ; ; 278; Kimoto Shoten; Tokyo;
1993; NB93-31; Tanoshi Tsugi No Itte 500 Mon ( 500 Next Move Questions); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 31; ; ; 256p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-02 (Sh82- ); Tesuji Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-03 (Sh82- ); Tagaisen Joseki Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-04 (Sh82-6); Okigo Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-05 (Sh82- ); Fuseki Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-06 (Sh82- ); Hamete Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-07 (Sh82-7); Hoshi Joseki Sho Jiten; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ni93-08 (Sh82-8); Kakugen Sho Jiten (Proverb Small Dictionary); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1993; Ta93; Tenka no Kifu to Kishu (Strange and Rare Game Records and Moves in the World); Takaji Shoichi; ; ; ; 255; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1993; Ts92-08; Joban no Kyusho arekore; ; ; ; ; ; Tsuchiya Books; ;
1993; Ts93-09; Oko Go Hitsu Sho HO (Handicap Certain Win Method); ; ; ; ; ; Tsuchiya Books; ;
1994; Ak92-02; Itte no Tesji Dai Shugo (Large Collection of One Move Tesuji); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 382p; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1994; Ak92-05; Koredake Dekireba Igo Shodan (You are Shodan If you Can Do This); Kataoka Satoshi; ; ; ; 415p; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1994; Ak92-06; Koredake Dekireba Igo San Kyu (You are Three Kyu If you Can Do This); Kataoka Satoshi; ; ; ; 415; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1994; Is93-01; Taisha Dai Sakusen (Taishi Large Scale Stategy); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 222; Tsuchiya Shoten; ;
1994; Ku94; Hajime te Utsu Go (The First Go Games); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 206; C. Cho; ;
1994; Na94; Hoshi nara omakase (Hoshi line entrust) Uchu Ryu Joban Koso (Universal current opening plan) Tagaisen Kyoku no maki; Takemiya Yasaki, Nakayama Norimoto Editor; ; ; ; 280; Kimoto Shoten; Tokyo;
1994; NB89-24; Fuseki, Tesuji, Tsume Taimu Toraiaru 1000 (Fuseki, Tesuji, Tsume Go 1000 Timed Questions); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB89-25; Yudan Hisshu Zen Kaguken (Proverbs Dan Players Must Learn); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB92-29; Uwate Gekitaiho Puro no Okigo Sakusen (Professional Handicap Operations); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-32; Seigo Hikaku Okigo no Anzensochi (Safety Device for Handicap Games, A comparison of Right and Wrong Moves); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-33; Koza Purasu Mondaishu Tesuji no Kyokasho (Lecture and Questions to Strengthen Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-34; Fuseki Tsugi no Itte 200 Mon (200 Questions for Fuseki Next Move); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-35; Shiage no Itte Kihon Joseki 150 Mon (150 Basic Joseki Questions for Finishing Move); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-36; Taredemo tokeru Iki Iki Tsume Go 500 (500 Life and Death Problems Anyone Can Solve); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-38; Unowo Shigeki suru Tsukai Tsume Go Kessakusen (Selection of Live and Death Master Piece to Stimulate your Right Brain); Maeda Nobuaki; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-39; Puro ga utta Akugata Chingata Gyoten Gukei Pawa (Surprising Bad Shape Power Played by Professionals); Abe Yoshiteru; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB94-40; Sokai Itte no Mondai Tesuji 200 Tsume Go 300 (200 Tesuji and 300 Life and Death One Move Problems); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; NB96-41; Ima Ryuko Sanrensei no Joseki (Now Popular Sanrensei Joseki); Nihon Kiin; New Bessatsu Igo Kurabu No 36; ; ; 254p; Nihon Ki-in; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-01; Yasashiku Tokeru Poketto Tsume Go 180 (You Can Solve Easy Pocket Tsume Go 180); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 206; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-02; Hitome De Wakru Poketto Tsume Go 200 (You can Know it at First Glance Pocket Tsume Go 200); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 238; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-03; Yasashiku Tokeru Poketto Tesuji 180 (You can Solve Easy Pocket Tesuji problems); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-04; Hitome De Wakaru Poketto Tesuji 200 (Fist Glance Pocket Tesuji Problems); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-05; Hoko Kankaku wo Migaku Poketto Fuseki 100 (Brush Up Your sense of Direction); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-06; Tesuji de Sa ga Deru Poketto Yose 200 (Tesuji Makes the Difference in End Games); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-07; Tanoshiku Oboeru Poketto Hoshi Joseki 100 (Let’s remember 100 Hoshi Joseki Pleasantly); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ni94-07; Tanoshiku Oboeru Poketto Hoshi Joseki 100 (Let’s remember 100 Hoshi Joseki Pleasantly); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1994; Ts94-01; Takamiya no Sanrensei Kokyokushu (Collection of Good Games Starting with 3 Star Points); Takamiya no; ; ; ; 238; Tsuchiya Shoten; ;
1994; Ts94-02; Takamiya Nirensei Ko Kyokushu (A Collection of Good Games Starting with 2 Star Points); Takamiya Masaki; ; ; ; 238; Tsuchiya Shoten; ;
1995; Ai93; San Dan no Kabe wo Yaburu Jitsusen Tsume Go 100 (100 Actual Life and Death Problems to Break the 3 Dan Wall); Otake Hideo; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Bungeisha; Japan;
1995; Ak92-01; Itte no Tsume Go Dai Shugo (Large Collection of One Move Life and Death); Cho Chikun; ; ; ; 382p; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1995; Ak92-07; Koredake Dekireba Igo Roku Kyu (You are Six Kyu If you Can Do This); Kataoka Satoshi; ; ; ; 415; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1995; Ak92-08; Koredake Dekireba Tsume Go Sho Dan (You are Sho Dan in Tsume Go If you Can Do This); Aragaki Takeshi; ; ; ; 383p; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
1995; Le95-01; Let’s Play Go Igo Nyumon Isshukan (Let’s Play Go In One Week); Kato Maso; ; ; ; 190; Seido Shuppn; Japan;
1996; Fu96a; The 8th World Go Championship – The Fujitsu Cup; Kano Yoshinori; ; ; ; 159; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1996; Fu96b; The 8th World Go Championship – The Fujitsu Cup on disk; ; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1996; Ho51; Dai 51 Ki Honinbo Sen; Maini Shimbun Gakugeibu; ; ; ; 193p; Mainichi Shimbunsha; Japan;
1996; Ig96; Igo de-ta enjoy Magajin 96; Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 180p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1996; Igkx11; Igo Kenkyu; ; ; ; 11-3; ; ; ;
1996; Ju96; Go Technika; ; ; ; ; ; ; China;
1996; Ki9602; Tsume Go no Kihon to Oyo (Life and Death Basic and Applications); Michael Redmond; ; ; ; ; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1996; Ma96; Man to Man Books, Gen Gen GoKyo Nyumon (Introduction to Chinese Classic Tsume Go); Futakuchi Sotoyoshi; ; ; ; ; Sankaido; Japan;
1996; Ni96-01; Igo Suteppu Appu Koza Bigina – kara no dasshutsu (Getting out of the Group of Beginners); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 191p; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1996; Ot96; Hitome de wakaru Suji to Katachi (You can understand at First Sight Tesuji and Shape); Otake Hideo; ; ; ; 206; Seibundo Shinkosha; Japan;
1996; Re9606; Semeai no Tesuji #1; Nihon Igo Renmei; ; ; ; ; Nihon Igo Renmei; Japan;
1996; Re9607; Semeai no Tesuji #2; Nihon Igo Renmei; ; ; ; ; Nihon Igo Renmei; Japan;
1996; Re9608; Semeai no Tesuji #3; Nihon Igo Renmei; ; ; ; ; Nihon Igo Renmei; Japan;
1997; Ch97a; SeKai no Shin Te Shin Kata 1 (New Moves and New Shapes in the World Vol 1); Lee Chang Ho; ; ; ; 223; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1997; Ch97b; SeKai no Shin Te Shin Kata 2 (New Moves and New Shapes in the World Vol 2); Lee Chang HO; ; ; ; 239; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1997; Ho52; Dai 52 Ki Honinbo Sen; Maini Shimbun Gakugeibu; ; ; ; 130p; Mainichi Shimbunsha; Japan;
1997; Is89-01; GoDan Toppa no Tsume Go 100 (100 Life and Death Problems to break through to 5 dan); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 222; Tsuchiya Shoten; Japan;
1997; Ni97-01; Koritsu yoku Manabu Poketto Joseki 100 (Let’s Learn 100 Joseki Efficiently); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 239; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1998; Ga98; Igo Joseki Jiten; Kobayashi Koichi; ; ; ; 560; Gakushu Kenkyusha; Japan;
1998; Mo98; Discovery of Baduk; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
1998; Na98; Shicho no Sekai (Ladder World) (Nihon Kiin Igo Yomihon (reader) 2); Nakayama Noriyuki; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1998; Ni96-02; Supido Hantei Anata wa Nandan? (Speedy Judgement, What’s your dan?); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 220; Nihon Kiin; Japan;
1998; Ni98; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji no Miryoku 1 (Appealing Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1999; Is98; Kihon Tsume Go 100 Dai (100 Basic Life and Death Problems); Ishida Yoshio; ; ; ; 222; Nihon Bungeisha; Japan;
1999; Ni99; Tsugi no Itte Tesuji no Miryoku 2 (Appealing Tesuji); Nihon Kiin; ; ; ; 206; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
1999; No98; Sho dan, ni dan, san dan Tsume Go; Kudo Norio; ; ; ; 255; Seibido Shuppan; Japan;
2001; Re01; NHK Igo shirizu Seme – Mamori Kihon Attack and Defend Basics; Michael Redmond; ; ; ; 222; NHK; Tokyo;
2002; Is02-01; Kihon no Tsume Go Shodan, 1, 2 Kyu; Ishida Yoshio; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 255p; Seibedo; Tokyo;
2002; Ki02; Mini=Go Ichiban Shobu (Mini Go First Games) Kifushu II ( Collection of Game Records II); Kiyoshi Fujita; ; ; ; 221p; Kiyoshi Fujita; Tokyo;
2002; Ot02-01; Igo Kihon Tesuji 100; Otake Hideo; Jitsuryoku Igo Shinsho (New Book Series for Improving Your Go); ; ; 222p; Nihon Bungie; Japan;
2003; Se03-01; Tesuji Jiten Jo Kan (Volume 1); Segoshi Kensaku & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 228; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
2003; Se03-02; Tesuji Jiten Chu Kan (Volume 2); Segoshi Kensaku & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 219; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;
2003; Se03-03; Tesuji Jiten Ge Kan (Volume 3); Segoshi Kensaku & Go Seigen; ; ; ; 223; Nihon Kiin; Tokyo;

(Source: AGA Archive)

Pair GO results of 4th World Mind Games 2014 (16th-17th Dec, Beijing)

… here it comes as promised before Xmas 2014. You get the results now with all Kifus (game transcriptions) of the Pair Go Tournament as part of the 4th World Mind Games in Beijing. (Rec.: You already got acces to all 68 games of Team men and Individual woman competition on 21st Dec.).

Today we take a closer look at the Pair GO/Rengo games being played by eight pairs from Asia (4), North America (1) and Europe (3) on 16th and 17th December, in total eleven (11) game records. 

Zhiying Yu (f, 5p, born 1998) and Yuting Mi (m, 9p, born 1996) from China took home the win overall. – Congrats ! (pics of the price giving see bottom)

I have discovered three Ni-Rensei openings (two star points), but no single San-Rensei 😦 … astonishingly all NRS being played by the European team Natalia Kovaleva (5d/Russia) and Hui Fan (2p/France) as white against

(A) … Svetlana Shikshina (3p/Russia) with Ilya. Shikshin (7d/Russia)… result: b+2.5
(B) … Diana Burdakova (5d/Russia) with Alexandre Dinershteyn (3p/Russia)… result: w+res
(C) … Kai-Hsin Chang (4p/Ch. Taipei) with Shih-Iuan Chen (9p/Ch. Taipei)… result: b+res

Interesting the game against Diana and Alexandre (as black) which looks very strange for me (as beginner) as black had setup its fuseki (opening) with rarely seen Q18, N7 and G13 combination as three first moves. White answered with Ni-Rensei on left side plus N13.

Screenshot-Diana-and-Alexandres-opening

In following overview  you can take an individually review of all the games (as SGFs) with your web browser on Eidogo (and as backup on OGS available). You can download from there the reformatted SGF files for offline view (e.g. with MultiGo 4 or Drago (freeware)), too. – Have fun with GO ! 🙂


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GO Players (in total) of the 4th World Mind Games 2014 in Bejiing (11th-17th Dec)

(*) = Pair Go players

Japan Men Satoshi YUKI 9p Atsushi IDA 3p (*) Taiki SETO 7p
Women Aya OKUDA 3p Rina FUJISAWA 2p (*)
China Men Yuting MI 9p (*) Jiaxi TUO 9p Yue SHI 9p
Women Naiwei RUI 9p Zhiying YU 5p (*)
Korea Men Young Hoon PARK 9p Dong Yoon KANG 9p Hyun NA 5p (*)
Women Jeong CHOI 5p (*) Chaeyoung KIM 2p
Chinese Taipei Men Shih-Iuan CHEN 9p (*) Li-Hsiang LIN 6p Che-Hao CHANG 5p
Women Joanne MISSINGHAM 6p Kai-Hsin CHANG 4p (*)
North America Men Ming Jiu JIANG
7p [USA]
Huiren YANG
1p [USA] (*)
Daniel Daehyuk KO
7d [USA]
Women Irene SHA
6d [Canada] (*)
Europe Men Alexandr DINERSHTEYN 3p
[Russia] (*)
Hui FAN
2p [France] (*)
Ilya SHIKSHIN
7d [Russia] (*)
Women Svetlana SHIKSHINA
3p [Russia] (*)
Natalia KOVALEVA
5d [Russia] (*)
Dina BURDAKOVA
5d [Russia] (*)

8 pairs ( 4 from Asia, 3 from Europe, 1 from North America ) for Pair GO. – Single Knock-out system was applied, with a total of three (3) rounds. Chinese Weiqi rules were  adopted, with black giving 3 and 3/4 stones. The time allowance was 1 hour per player, followed by three (3) renewable 30-seconds overtime periods

Pair GO Tournament Chart… 

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Results of games on 17th Dec 2014…
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Final:
Zhiying Yu 5p / Yuting Mi 9p (China) – Jeong Choi 5p / Hyun Na 5p (Korea)… result: China w+res ( Eidogo | OGS )

3-1-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Final Bejing

3rd place:
Rina Fujisawa 2p / Atsushi Ida 8p (Japan) – Kai-Hsin Chang 4p / Shih-Iuan Chen 9p (Ch. Taipei)… result: Ch. Taipei w+res ( Eidogo | OGS )

3-2-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Final for the 3rd and 4th place Bejing

5th place:
S. Shikshina 3p / I. Shikshin 7d (Europe3) – N. Kovaleva 5d / Hui Fan 2p (Europe1)… result: Europe3 b+2.5 ( Eidogo | OGS )

3-3Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Final for the 5th and 6th place Bejing

Results of games on 16th Dec 2014…
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Semi Final:
Rina Fujisawa 2p / Atsushi Ida 8p (Japan) – Zhiying Yu 5p / Yuting Mi 9p (China)… result: China b+res ( Eidogo | OGS )
Jeong Choi 5p / Hyun Na 5p (Korea) – Kai-Hsin Chang 4p / Shih-Iuan Chen 9p (Ch. Taipei)… result: Korea b+res ( Eidogo | OGS )

2-1-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Semifinal Bejing  2-2-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Semifinal Bejing

Round 2:
Irene Sha 6d / D. Daehyuk Ko 7d (North America) – S. Shikshina 3p / I. Shikshin 7d (Europe3)… result: Europe3 w+14.5 ( Eidogo | OGS )
D. Burdakova 5d / A. Dinershteyn 3p (Europe 2) – N. Kovaleva 5d / Hui Fan 2p (Europe1)… result: Europe1 w+res ( Eidogo | OGS )

2-3-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Losers Bracket Bejing  2-4-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Losers Bracket Bejing

Round 1:
Rina Fujisawa 2p / Atsushi Ida 8p (Japan) – S. Shikshina 3p / I. Shikshin 7d (Europe3)… result: Japan b+res ( Eidogo | OGS )
Zhiying Yu 5p / Yuting Mi 9p (China) – Irene Sha 6d / D. Daehyuk Ko 7d (North America)… result: China w+res ( Eidogo | OGS )
Jeong Choi 5p / Hyun Na 5p (Korea) – D. Burdakova 5d / A. Dinershteyn 3p (Europe2)… result: Korea b+res ( Eidogo | OGS )
Kai-Hsin Chang 4p / Shih-Iuan Chen 9p (Ch. Taipei) – N. Kovaleva 5d / Hui Fan 2p (Europe1)… result: Ch. Taipei b+res ( Eidogo | OGS )

1-1-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Round1 Bejing   1-2-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Round1 Bejing  1-3-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Round1 Bejing  1-4-Screenshot-The 4th SportAccord World Mind Games PairGo Round1 Bejing 

(Rec.: PANDA-EGG (for Windows) or Panda-Tetsuki (for iPad/iPhone/Android) is required to watch the games as seen in the screenshots. The Viewer software can be downloaded for Windows (*.exe file) and for iPhone, iPad / Android . You get the UGI files from here. – Or send a direct email if the website of Pandanet should be down we can send you a ZIP file with all eleven (11) game records for Panda-Egg.) 


Photo gallery….

Tks to Pandanet-IGS and its parters for the live stream !

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(Source: 12/17/2014 – Pandanet (Japan))

London Open 2014 Pair Go Results (29th Dec 2014)

As you can read frrom the BritGo Report of 31st December about the London Congress / London Open (28th-31st Dec 2014) the capital of England/UK on the Thames seems an excellent place for spending year’s end with Go + Rengo/Pair Go.

Congrats to Benjamin Teuber (6Dan / Vice National Go Champion of Germany) for 2nd place, who came from Hanseatic City Hamburg/North Germany to London. – Benni played together with Hajin Lee (3P Dan/Kora) who works for the IGS (Intern. Go Federation) and whom we remember well as “official Go embassador” of the 4th World Mind Games which shortly took place in Beijing/China. (Rec.: See the results and Kifus (SGF transcriptions) of all games from 11th till 15th Dec 2014 here.)

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(Images / Source: British Go Association @ Facebook)

BritGo Report: 41st London Congress / London Open (28th-31st Dec 2014)

London seems a good place for spending year’s end with Go + Rengo/Pair Go… Vize National Champion from Germany, Benjamin Teuber (6D) and another Go friend of mine (11k) visited London. – Congrats to Gudrun for the prize she got as best placed DDK player 🙂 (Rec.: We both have played on 32nd Rahlstedter Tengen Tournament and KIDO CUP)

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(Images / Source: British Go Association @ Facebook)

London Congress Report

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