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This is a link to an external site for: Link to: The Shogi Foundation

Link to: The Shogi Foundation: http://www.shogifoundation.co.uk/

The Shogi Foundation is an organization, founded in 1996 in England. It sells various books, a few on shogi, and one on four games (chess, shogi, xiangqi, and go). Most of the books are written by Tony Hosking. A portable shogi set is also sold.


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Web page created: 2003-02-18. Web page last updated: 2003-02-18

See Also

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  • Bird Shogi. Tori Shogi, or Bird Shogi. A variant of Japanese Chess on a 7 by 7 board. (7x7, Cells: 49) Inventor: Ohashi Soei.
  • Heian-Dai Shogi. Early Great Shogi. (13x13, Cells: 169)
  • Taikyoku Shogi. Taikyoku Shogi. Extremely large shogi variant. (36x36, Cells: 1296) Author: Isao Umebayashi and Larry L. Smith.
  • Tunnelshogi. 3-D Shogi variant. (4x4x8, Cells: 128) By Charles Gilman.
  • Tenjiku Shogi pictures. Photos of a commercial Tenjiku Shogi set. Author: John Lawson.
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