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Career[change | change source]
|Childhood-1987||She was a student at a private Go school in Tokyo. This school is also known for raising Ayumi Suzuki and other professional players.|
|1988||Obtained professional player license.|
|1991||Promoted to 2 dan|
|1992||Promoted to 3 dan|
|1994-1996||Worked as the personality of NHK Go programs at the NHK educational TV.|
|1999||Promoted to 4 dan|
|2008||Achieved 200 career wins.|
|June 2016 - June 2019||Served as the director of Nihon Ki-in.|
|2018||Worked as an instructor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology|
Family[change | change source]
Her husband is Norimoto Yoda, a 9 dan professional Go player who has obtained many titles including the grand master (名人) title. She is managing a Go school (Yodajuku, 依田塾) with him for kids under 15.
Notes[change | change source]
- Sachiko Hara official profile
- NHK broadcasts Go lessons and the NHK Cup TV Go Tournament on every week.
- This is one of the most famous national university in Japan.
- AY2018 Cultivating the Power of Execution by Go Game, Tokyo Institute of Technology Open Course Ware
- In Japan, married couples must use the same surname. But married professional Go players can use their former surname as a handle name (business name) in the field of Go. This kind of custom also exists in the field of Shogi.
- Norimoto Yoda at Sensei's Library