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In Japanese Kiseido is written 棋聖堂.
Many Kiseido books are available digitally from SmartGo Books.
K01 Invincible -- The Games of Shusaku K02 through K39 where used for reissued Ishi Press books K40 The Go Player's Almanac 2001 K46 Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Volume 1 K47 Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Volume 2 K48 Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Volume 3 K49 Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Volume 4 K50 Go -- A Complete Introduction to the Game K51 Get Strong at the Opening K52 Get Strong at Joseki, Volume 1 K53 Get Strong at Joseki, Volume 2 K54 Get Strong at Joseki, Volume 3 K55 Get Strong at Invading K56 Get Strong at Tesuji K57 Get Strong at the Endgame K58 Get Strong at Life and Death K59 Get Strong at Handicap Go K60 Get Strong at Attacking K61 300 Life-and-Death Problems (5-kyu to 3-dan) K62 300 Tesuji Problems (5-kyu to 3-dan) K63 300 Joseki Problems (1-dan to 3-dan) K64 300 Life-and-Death Problems (4-dan to 7-dan)\ K65 300 Tesuji Problems (4-dan to 7-dan) future release expected 2011 K66 300 Joseki Problems (4-dan to 7-dan) future release expected 2011 K67 256 Opening and Middle Game Problems (1-dan to 7-dan) K69 Cosmic Go: A Guide to Four-Stone Handicap Games K70 The World of Chinese Go K71 Five Hundred and One Opening Problems K72 One Thousand and One Life-and-Death Problems K73 Making Good Shape K74 501 Tesuji Problems K75 The Basics of Go Strategy K76 All About Ko K77 Attacking and Defending Moyos K78 Fight like a Pro: the Secrets of Kiai K79 An Encyclopedia of Go Principles K80 Close Encounters with the Middle Game K81 A Dictionary of Modern Fuseki The Korean Style K99 Go: An Asian Paradigm for Business Strategy
Note: This listing of Kiseido Books does not include the Ishi Press volumes republished by Kiseido.
Kiseido is no longer associated with the go server KGS.
Bob McGuigan As a point of history, I think the first publication of the Kiseido Publishing Company was "Invincible--The Games of Shusaku" This was published in 1982 and Ishi Press was still active and publishing then. To us outsiders Kiseido appeared to be John Power's marque for what we hoped would be a series of books like "Invincible" on great go masters. No other books appeared, though, and when the Ishi Press mess occurred Kiseido began publishing more books as listed above.
Richard Hunter I think it would be better to consider "Invincible--The Games of Shusaku" as completely separate from the other Kiseido books. Kiseido was originally a company formed by John Power. After the publication of "Invincible--The Games of Shusaku", he transferred the name Kiseido to Richard Bozulich, who needed a company to reissue reprints of old Ishi Press books and publish new books. The before and after versions of Kiseido have no connection to each other.