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  • Hon'inbo Jōwa (本因坊丈和, originellement Todani Matsunosuke, né à Nagano en 1787 - 1847) était un joueur de go 8e dan. Il fut le douzième Hon'inbo à partir de 1827, et Meijin Godokoro de 1831 à 1839, avant de devoir prendre sa retraite.Ses relations dans le gouvernement et son goût des intrigues lui permettent de décrocher le titre de Meijin sans jouer une seule partie. Ses rivaux Inoue Ganan Inseki, Yasui Senchi et Hayashi Genbi le poussent à la démission.Désirant venger son maître Inoue Ganan Inseki, son successeur Akaboshi Intetsu défia Hon'inbo Jōwa ; l'intention de Inoue Ganan Inseki était de montrer que, si Hon'inbo Jōwa perdait contre un 7ème dan, il n'était pas digne du titre de Meijin. Au cours de cette partie, Jowa joua trois « coups fantômes », ainsi nommés car ils lui auraient été dictés par un fantôme, qui renversèrent la tendance et lui donnèrent la victoire. Lorsque le jeune adversaire de 26 ans se vit perdu, il cracha du sang et décéda quelques semaines plus tard. La partie est restée célèbre sous le nom de Blood vomiting game (la partie du sang craché). Ce qui devait être une humiliation pour Jowa se termina triomphalement en sommet de sa carrière.Portail du Japon Portail du Japon Portail du jeu de go Portail du jeu de go
  • Honinbo Jowa (本因坊丈和, original name Todani Matsunosuke, 1787–1847) served as 12th Honinbo from 1827 and Meijin Godokoro from 1831 until 1839, when he was forced into retirement.Jowa was born in Nagano, Japan in 1787. It was said that Jowa had great strength without equal. Historically he was accorded the title "latter sage" to match Dosaku who was known as the "former sage". At some point in the Meiji Era this title was transferred to the more popular Shusaku, as word was spread that Jowa made use of the contacts that Hayashi Gembi had within the government to help him attain the Meijin Godokoro position. However, even without playing a sogo, Jowa's strength was still apparent.Later on in his life, Jowa also played one of the most famous games in Go history known as the "Blood-vomiting game". Gennan Inseki, a rival of Jowa's who had seen the coveted position of Meijin godokoro snatched away from him through less than honorable means, persuaded a rapidly improving pupil of his, Intetsu Akaboshi, to play a game on black against Jowa. Although Genan, an 8-dan, would probably take black the majority of the time against Jowa in a challenge match, he thought it would be more effective to have Akaboshi, a 7-dan, play against Jowa. If Jowa lost, he intended to argue that Jowa could certainly not be qualified to be Meijin if he couldn't defeat a 7-dan. The match started with Jowa making an unreasonably aggressive move in the fuseki, and Akaboshi countering with a variation of the taisha joseki that was developed secretly in the Inoue house. However, as the four-day long game progressed, Jowa slowly clawed his way into the lead by playing three famous moves known as the "Ghost Moves". The three moves were supposedly brought to Jowa by ghosts, allowing him to grind Intetsu's lead away.In the end, Jowa won, and as the stones were being cleared from the board, Akaboshi kneeled over the board and coughed up blood. Within a few weeks, he was dead. Genan's tactics for discrediting Jowa's worthiness of being appointed Meijin backfired spectacularly, as this game was the supreme triumph of Jowa's career.
  • 本因坊 丈和(ほんいんぼう じょうわ、天明7年(1787年) - 弘化4年(1847年))は、江戸時代の棋士。十二世本因坊、名人碁所。法名は日竟。本因坊元丈門下。元の姓は戸谷、後に葛野(かどの)。丈和の生地は明らかでなく、信濃、武蔵国、伊豆、江戸などの説があるが、伊豆説が有力。幼名は松之助。16歳で初段。文化4年(1807年)に庄内藩士長坂猪之助と二十一番碁を打ち(丈和定先)、12局目まで8勝4敗で先相先とした。当時元丈の跡目には丈和の1歳上の奥貫智策が据えられていたが、智策は文化9年(1812年)に27歳で夭逝、文政2年(1819年)に丈和が跡目となる。その後33歳で六段。文政10年(1827年)40歳の時、七段に進み、元丈の跡を継いで十二世本因坊丈和となる。翌年八段。天保2年(1831年)に、ライバル井上幻庵因碩を策謀によって降し、名人碁所に就く(後述)。長男の戸谷梅太郎は、水谷琢順の養子となった後に井上家を継ぎ、12世井上節山因碩となった。三男は明治期方円社2代目社長の中川亀三郎。長女はなは本因坊秀策に嫁いだ。
  • Хонъимбо Дзёва (яп. 本因坊丈和 Хонъимбо: Дзёва, имя при рождении — Тодани Мацуносюкэ (яп. 加納 與三郎), 1787 — 1847) — японский игрок в го, 12й глава дома Хонъимбо, Мэйдзин и Годокоро с 1831 по 1839 годы.
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  • Hon'inbo Jōwa (本因坊丈和, originellement Todani Matsunosuke, né à Nagano en 1787 - 1847) était un joueur de go 8e dan. Il fut le douzième Hon'inbo à partir de 1827, et Meijin Godokoro de 1831 à 1839, avant de devoir prendre sa retraite.Ses relations dans le gouvernement et son goût des intrigues lui permettent de décrocher le titre de Meijin sans jouer une seule partie.
  • 本因坊 丈和(ほんいんぼう じょうわ、天明7年(1787年) - 弘化4年(1847年))は、江戸時代の棋士。十二世本因坊、名人碁所。法名は日竟。本因坊元丈門下。元の姓は戸谷、後に葛野(かどの)。丈和の生地は明らかでなく、信濃、武蔵国、伊豆、江戸などの説があるが、伊豆説が有力。幼名は松之助。16歳で初段。文化4年(1807年)に庄内藩士長坂猪之助と二十一番碁を打ち(丈和定先)、12局目まで8勝4敗で先相先とした。当時元丈の跡目には丈和の1歳上の奥貫智策が据えられていたが、智策は文化9年(1812年)に27歳で夭逝、文政2年(1819年)に丈和が跡目となる。その後33歳で六段。文政10年(1827年)40歳の時、七段に進み、元丈の跡を継いで十二世本因坊丈和となる。翌年八段。天保2年(1831年)に、ライバル井上幻庵因碩を策謀によって降し、名人碁所に就く(後述)。長男の戸谷梅太郎は、水谷琢順の養子となった後に井上家を継ぎ、12世井上節山因碩となった。三男は明治期方円社2代目社長の中川亀三郎。長女はなは本因坊秀策に嫁いだ。
  • Хонъимбо Дзёва (яп. 本因坊丈和 Хонъимбо: Дзёва, имя при рождении — Тодани Мацуносюкэ (яп. 加納 與三郎), 1787 — 1847) — японский игрок в го, 12й глава дома Хонъимбо, Мэйдзин и Годокоро с 1831 по 1839 годы.
  • Honinbo Jowa (本因坊丈和, original name Todani Matsunosuke, 1787–1847) served as 12th Honinbo from 1827 and Meijin Godokoro from 1831 until 1839, when he was forced into retirement.Jowa was born in Nagano, Japan in 1787. It was said that Jowa had great strength without equal. Historically he was accorded the title "latter sage" to match Dosaku who was known as the "former sage".
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