Japan Shogi Association:
Headed by Kunio Yonenaga
Open source computer software for shogi that was played against The Ryuosen (Dragon King title) tournament champion Akira Watanabe in 2007. (Developed by Kunihito Hoki, Assistant Professor, Center for Frontier Science and Engineering, The University of Electro-Communications)
 World Computer Shogi Championship:
A tournament held by the Computer Shogi Association. The first was held in 1990, and Bonkras won the 21st championship in 2011.
 Computer Shogi Association:
Headed by Takenobu Takizawa of Waseda University.URL: http://www.computer-shogi.org
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