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How to Play Go by  Shukaku Takagawa - Later printing - 1969 - from DuBois Rare Books (SKU: 0001092)

How to Play Go

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How to Play Go

by Takagawa, Shukaku

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Mihato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan: The Nihon Ki-in, 1969. Later printing. 130pp. Comb bound soft cover. Octavo. Condition: Very Good. Showing it's age a bit but v. bright and without tears, cracks in the comb or any other obvious condition issues. The author was the National Go Champion of Japan.


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How to Play Go
Takagawa, Shukaku
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Later printing
The Nihon Ki-in
Place of Publication
Mihato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan
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