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Shoji Hashimoto

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Shoji Hashimoto 橋本 昌二, Hashimoto Shōji, April 18, 1935 – December 2, 2009 was a professional Go player


Hashimoto turned pro in 1947 when he was just 12 It would take him only 11 years to reach 9p He learned Go from his father Hashimoto Kunisaburō and his disciples include Takahara Shūji, Moriyama Naoki, Oda Hiromitsu, Okahashi Hirotada, and Hayashi Kōzō He is a part of the Kansai Ki-in

Titles & runners-up

Title Years Won
Judan 1974
Oza 1959, 1981
NHK Cup 1980, 1985
Hayago Championship 1974
Kansai Ki-in Championship 1967–1969, 1970–1974, 1978, 1979, 1988, 1990
Title Years Lost
Judan 1975, 1979, 1981
Oza 1967, 1982
NHK Cup 1968, 1973
Kakusei 1982, 1989
Hayago Championship 1973


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