It often happens that young shogi players become a little self-important, but I don't think that's something limited to the shogi world.
Kamui no Ken was a sort of samurai/ninja story set during the transition of the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate and the re-establishment of Japan under the Emperor Meiji in 1868.
On TV someone with a serious look on his face is talking about the problems of our country's future.
He has the capacity to be a future leader of the nation.
The question "Do records of shougi games have copyright?" has been discussed in many places.
When I reached the hall right away the person in charge unrelentingly said things like "This painting is certain to increase in value in the future," and I went and signed the contract.
General Franks received an honorary knighthood.
Yoko is the captain of the volleyball team.
Kill the goose that lays the golden eggs.
I'd like to engage in foreign trade in the future.
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