Hello Mahjong players of the world. I am Shintaro Konno. These days Tokyo, where I live, is cold everyday and snow has been falling. I don’t know if it’s because of that, but I’ve felt a cold coming on and I’m writing this in between coughs. I hope all of you are taking care of your health.
Hello Mahjong players of the world, this is Shintaro Konno. Last I wrote about, “Golden One-Away,” the word created by the comic artist Masayuki Katayama, but it seems like the fact that I mentioned Masayuki Katayama was noticed by the readers. I asked Jenn, “Why do people outside of Japan know about Mr. Katayama?” She said it was because they read Obaka Miiko.
Hello Mahjong players of the world, this is Shintaro Konno. Mahjong is a game in which the goal is to “win a hand.” In order to “win a hand,” you first have to get your hand to, “Ready.” Before “Ready,” you must get your hand to “One-away,” In Japan, there is a special “One-away,” that we call the “Golden One-away.” Today I would like to introduce this “Golden One-away,” concept to you.