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How to Play 'Dobutsu Shogi in the Greenwood', Japanese Animal Chess for Children

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Published on Feb 2, 2012

The Chess of Japan, Shogi, made with little animal blocks as pieces. "Dobutsu Shogi in the Greenwood." Made fun and easy to learn with pieces that indicate their moves, and with friendly animal figures. A pleasure for children of all ages. This is a logical progression from the game "Let's Catch the Lion", for beginning shogi players who are learning the fun and easy way. By AncientChess.com

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