Shogi is a classic Japanese abstract that represents one of the major branches of Chess Games.
The principal feature of this branch is that most pieces have limited short-range movement. Offspring of the now-standard 9x9 Shogi game usually include "drops"; captured pieces can be returned to play almost anywhere on the board -- and opposing the player who formerly owned them! Earlier versions lack drops and tend to have larger boards and more types of pieces.
A number of games have "shogi" in their name but have little else in common with this family. For example, Mawari Shogi, Gunjin Shogi, Metal Shogi, and Hasami Shogi are omitted. A few, like Bushi Shogi, are included because they are abstracts directly inspired by Shogi.