About Mahjong Stars
Mahjong Stars is a place where everyone can shine! This is a place where you can contribute and learn from the contributions of others to the world of Riichi Mahjong. Our volunteers translate articles and videos on Riichi Mahjong from Japan.
We hope that you learn, improve, and deepen your enjoyment of the game. In addition to articles and videos we have to a club directory and map so you can hopefully find a group to play in person.
Mahjong Stars is about promoting riichi mahjong but also bringing people together as well to have fun! If you’d like to help out in any way please contact to Mahjong Stars.
At MJ Stars, we are compiling content from Japanese websites about riichi mahjong in Japan, professional events, mahjong articles, and mahjong strategy. With their permission, we are publishing this content in various languages to share with the entire world.
Currently, we are looking for volunteers who can help us with the following things:
Translating from Japanese into English, Chinese, and other languages
Providing mahjong articles
Providing or producing illustrations
Editing and producing videos
Sharing links to mahjong content
Teaching riichi mahjong at local events
Providing ideas to help express their love of mahjong
Providing their own club info, including meeting place and events
Promoting apps and programs
Publishing mahjong-related content
Promoting mahjong-related anime and videos
Announcing mahjong events in Japan, especially those that welcome English-speaking players
MJ Stars Team
I have 9 years of Mahjong experience. I represented USA in the IORMC in 2016 and in WRC 2017.
A top competitor of many games. I have been playing mahjong for 4 years. US representative for IORMC 2016, 2017.
Born and living in Japan. I play mahjong once a week at a mahjong parlor. I hope you enjoy mahjong and articles.
Co-Organizer for Southeast Michigan Riichi. Casual player since 2005, learned at Waseda University. Recently started competitive play, NAO and PML 2018.
Canadian representative for IORMC2017 (individual 3rd), IORMC2018 (team 2nd). You might know me as Khold online.
My father taught me mahjong when I was little. I've been searching for a place to play mahjong since I moved to the US in 2008, and I finally found LAPOM. Now I enjoy playing mahjong with many players who have gathered to LAPOM.
MJS Anchor translating and proof reading
AKA xGeo. Mahjong player for 6 years. Played in various tournaments like IORMC 2017 and WRC 2017.
British riichi mahjong player. I've been playing riichi since about 2009 but only seriously since 2016. 5 dan Tenhou.
I am a skateboarder and fisherman enjoying the California nature and weather.
麻雀とComputers, that's my life.
Riichi Reporter in Japan
I've been playing riichi for 36 years since my father taught me riichi. I like Tsumo and my speciality is called Dora-Dora style. Watch out, because you will loose your will when I get 3 Ura-dora.
MJ Article Writers
One of the organizers for LAPOM. I go back to Japan often and get the latest and hottest riichi Mahjong news.
The other organizer for LAPOM and the craziest Mahjong player in the world. I deliver original articles of important topics in Mahjong.