"Fuji Koma no Kai" (Shogi pieces craftsman Association)
"Fuji Koma no Kai" (富士駒の会) : Shogi pieces craftsman Nurturing Association, run by "Fugetsu (富月)" a Shogi pieces craftsman based in Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
Komashi (Shogi piece craftsman) 'Fugetsu' is a craftsman who has studied under Modern Master Craftsman Ito Kyutoku from Tendo City, Yamagata Prefecture, and is regarded as one of the top 5 modern masters.
With the delicate and flowing 'Fugetsu work - Minase script' inscription on the bottom of the Osho (King piece) and the fluffy and elegant embossing, you can see the true craftsmanship from these splendid pieces. Pieces by Fugetsu are even used in Title Matches and Grand Champion Matches among others.
The artist Komashi 'Shogetsu' is a craftsman who learned the art of making Shogi pieces studying under Komashi Fugetsu who is regarded as one of the top 5 modern masters.
'Shogetsu 梢月' is a promising craftsman as he has brushed up his skill in making and sculping a number of Japanese wooden doorplates.
The distinctive feature of Shogetsu's pieces is the beauty of their flowing carvings.
As he is yet widely unknown, not so many Shogetsu's Shogi pieces are found in the market.
The artist Komashi (Shogi pieces craftsman) 'Yusei (友生)' is a craftsman who learned the art of making Shogi pieces studying under Shogi pieces craftsman "Fugetsu (富月)" who is regarded as one of the top 5 modern masters.
Shogi pieces craftsman "友生 (Yusei) " conveys his straightforward desire to make good Shogi pieces, with a enthusiastic research effort.
Yusei's policy is a sincere attitude toward making Shogi pieces, and he said "I want to make Shogi pieces that I can be proud and good Shogi pieces".