Jun-Meijin

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Jun-Meijin, a Japanese go term that means half-Meijin, was a rank, corresponding to 8-dan, accorded to seventeen players during the Edo era of Japanese Go.

 Yasui Santetsu           1612-1644
 Hayashi Monnyusai        1612-????
 Honinbo Sanetsu          1630-1658
 Yasui Senkaku            1700-1737
 Hayashi Bokunyu Monnyu   1706-1726
 Inoue Sakuun Inseki      1721
 Hayashi Incho Monnyu     1727-1743
 Yasui Shuntetsu Senkaku  1737-1775
 Inoue Shunseki           1734-1772
 Yasui Senchi Senkaku     1780-1814
 Honinbo Retsugen         1788-1808
 Honinbo Genjo            1808-1827
 Yasui Chitoku Senchi     1814-1838
 Hayashi Genbi Monnyu     1819-1848
 Inoue Genan Inseki       1828-1846
 Honinbo Shuwa            1847-1873
 Ito Showa                1801-1878 (Note: The only Jun-Meijin that was never the head of any house.)

It should be noted that 17th-18th century dates are approximate as to when 8 Dan was achieved. As I get info I will correct it.


Jun-Meijin last edited by 94.242.246.24 on January 2, 2016 - 20:39
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