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billiards in calligraphy Kanji ビリヤード 漢字

about billiards

An indoor game in which players compete for points by hitting a ball with a long stick called a cue on a rectangular table with Rasha. There are various theories about its origin, such as Spain, England, China, France, and Italy. The modern billiards have been established since the 19th century, due to technological advances accompanying the invention and improvement of appliances and fixtures such as tables, cushions, chalks and taps. It was first brought to Japan by a foreigner who stayed in Dejima, Nagasaki at the end of the Edo period.
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ビリヤード 漢字 どうきゅう 撞球