Tag Archives: Ryuuou no Oshigoto!
Well, seems that Yaichi Kuzuryuu is getting late to his 4th game against the Meijin. Oh, and bumped into Ginko Sora where he was supposed to say sorry since he act like a jerk in the previous episode. However, Ginko … Continue reading
Well, it appears that Ai Hinatsuru is okay as she was taken to the Kiyotaki residence. While she’s in good health for now, Ai-chan fainting at the end of the previous episode scared me a bit.
This is the day where Yaichi Kuzuryuu will face the mysterious Meijin as he’ll defend his title of Ryuuou… in Hawaii, USA. Wow, the Shogi Association sure have splurged their money for this event, much like how that certain chairman … Continue reading
Ika Sainokami, a phenomenal female professional shogi player whose shark-teeth grin and her penchant of mocking her opponents has earned a bad reputation among players. When they lose to her, Ika-san becomes stronger while they’re reduced to mere shell of … Continue reading
On this episode, we have an open tournament for female shogi players, both amateur and professional. This is called Mynavi Women’s Open. In this tournament, Ginko Sora is the defending champion and she’ll face tough players like Ai Hinatsuru and … Continue reading
On this episode, we’ll have a shogi match between Jin Natagiri and Yaichi Kuzuryuu. Unfortunately for Kuzuryuu, he’s struggling to land a decisive move against Natagiri who plays similarly to the unnamed Meijin. Also, Yaichi already finished spending his allotted … Continue reading
Here’s another rival to Yaichi Kuzuryuu. This time, he’s far stronger than Ayumu Kannabe and his play-style is somewhat similar to that of a Meijin. His name is Jin Natagiri and he’s a pathological shogi researcher who wants to find … Continue reading
Oh boy, looks like Ai Yashajin is now claiming Yaichi Kuzuryuu as her personal shogi master, something that the other Ai would get jealous about it despite being the first one.
Here’s a new character introduced named Seiichi Tsukimitsu, a 9th-dan shogi player and 5-time Meijin titleholder, earning him the unofficial title of “Eternal Meijin”. While he lost his sight in his mid-20’s, Tsukimitsu is still regarded as one of the … Continue reading
Well everyone, it’s the day of judgement where Ai Hinatsuru must win 3 straight matches in order to become a professional.