Hiroe Nakai facts for kids
|Occupation||Professional shogi player|
Nakai was selected to be the first representative director of The Ladies Professional Shogi-player's Association of Japan (LPSA) after it was established in 2007. She served in that position until 2010.
She has obtained 19 major titles in her career. This is a 3rd place record in Japanese shogi history.
|Title||Years||Number of times overall|
|Women's Grand Master (女流名人)||1985-86, 1988, 1991–93, 1999, 2001–02||9 (Obtained lifetime title)|
|Women's King (女流王将)||1995, 2002–04||4|
|Women's Monarch (女流王位)||1990-92||3|
|Kurashiki Tōka Cup||2000-03||3|
Awards and honors
Nakai received a number of Japan Shogi Association Annual Shogi Awards and other awards in recognition of her accomplishments in shogi and contributions made to Japanese society.
Annual shogi awards
- 13th-14th, 16th, 20th and 27th Annual Awards: Women's Professional Award
- 29th-30th Annual Awards (April 2001 - March 2003): Women's Professional of the Year
- 31st-32nd Annual Awards (April 2003 - March 2005): Women's Professional Award
- 38th and 40th Annual Awards: Women's Professional Most Games Played
- 1986, February: Wakkanai, Hokkaido Meritorious Citizen Award
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