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Records[change | change source]
|1989||Obtained professional status|
|1997||Finalist at the Women's Kakusei (女流鶴聖, sponsored by JAL)|
|2001||Reached to 7-dan rank (In Japan, only few female players have reached to this rank).|
|2004||Reached to 8-dan rank. She is the 2nd female Kansai Ki-in player to reach this rank.|
|2005 and 2006||Finalist at the Women's Champion title (女流最強位)|
|2006||Victory at the Kansai Ladies Go Tournament|
|2014||Finalist at the Women's Shusaku Cup (女流秀策杯)|
|2015||Finalist at the Women's Board Master title (女流棋聖)|
Awards from Kansai Ki-in[change | change source]
|Name of award||Notes|
|Rookie Award (新人賞)||Received in 1995|
|Dogen Award (道玄賞)||Received 2 times|
|Yamano Award (山野賞), Nagai Award (永井賞), and the Special Award||Received Once|
Notes[change | change source]
- Kazuko Konishi at Sensei's Library
- Kazuko Konishi at GoBase
- Mika Yoshida was the 1st.
- This tournament was named after Shusaku (本因坊秀策), one of the strongest Japanese player in the 19th century.
- Her opponent at the title match was Xie Yimin.
- This is an award named after a famous player at Kansai Ki-in