Taku Morishita

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Taku Morishita was born on 10 July, 1966 in Kokura, Fukuoka, Japan. Discover Taku Morishita’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born10 July 1966
Birthday10 July
BirthplaceKokura, Fukuoka, Japan

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Timeline of Taku Morishita


He was elected to the board once again in May 2017 as an executive director, and then re-elected for another two-year term in June 2019.


In August 2010, Morishita defeated Takeshi Kawakami in a preliminary round game of the 4th Asahi Cup Open [ja] tournament to become the fourteenth professional shogi player to win 800 official games.


In 2007, Morishita defeated Moriuchi to win the 28th Nihon Series [ja] tournament. The following year he defeated Kōichi Fukaura to win the 29th Nihon Series tournament and repeat as champion.


Morishita was elected to the Japan Shogi Association’s board of directors as a director at the association’s 56th General Meeting for a two-year term on May 26, 2005.


He was the challenger for the Meijin title in 1995 against Yoshiharu Habu. Habu retained the title.


Morishita has finished in the “Top 10” of the JSA’s year-end prize money and game fee rankings [ja] a number of times since 1993.


In 1991, Morishita earned the right to challenge Koji Tanigawa for the 4th Ryūō title. Game 1 was played in Bangkok and ended in impasse. The match was tied at two wins apiece after five games, but Tanigawa won the next two games to defend his title 4 games to 2.


Morishita made his first appearance in a major title match in 1990 when he challenged Nobuyuki Yashiki for the 57th Kisei title, but lost the match 3 games to 1.


In 1985, Morishita advanced to the championship match of the 16th Shinjin-Ō [ja] tournament, but lost to Keita Inoue 2 games to 1. Five years later in October 1990, Morishita faced Yaichio Ōno [ja] in the championship match of 21st Shinjin-Ō tournament, winning 2 games to 1 for his first tournament championship as a professional. The following year, Morishita met Toshiyuki Moriuchi in the championship match of the 22nd Shinjin-Ō tournament, but lost 2 games to none.


Taku Morishita (森下 卓 , Morishita Taku, born July 10, 1966) is a Japanese professional shogi player, ranked 9-dan. He is a former director of the Japanese Shogi Association, and is currently serving as an executive director.

Taku Morishita was born in Kokura, Kitakyushu on July 10, 1966. In September 1978, he entered the Japan Shogi Association’s apprentice school at the rank of 6-kyū under guidance of shogi professional Motoji Hanamura [ja] . He was promoted to the 1-dan in June 1981, and obtained professional status and the rank of 4-dan in September 1983.

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