Great news for those who like classic two-player Japanese games! Meet two additions to our catalog: Hanafuda and Shogi.
2 Players; 60 Min
Hanafuda (literally 'Flower card') is a deck of beautiful cards originated in 18th-century Japan.
The deck consists of 48 cards divided into 12 suits of four cards each. Each suit represents one of the twelve months of the year or individual plants.
Koi-Koi is a popular Japanese game. Match cards from your hand and the deck to cards in the field to create Yaku or point combinations.
2 Players; 105–120 Min
Shogi is known as the Japanese chess and is played on a 9 by 9 board, and the object is to capture the opponent's king. The two main differences with Western chess are:
Chu Shogi is played on a 12×12 board and each player controls 46 pieces. The object is to capture your opponent's King (and Crown Prince, if they have promoted their Drunk Elephant). Unlike Shogi, this game is played without drops.
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