• Hanafuda | The Japanese Flower Card Game

    www.hanafuda.com Play Hanafuda! The Japanese Flower Card Game. Originating in Japan, this game features cards depicting 12 different flowers; one flower for each month of the year.
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    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanafuda Hanafuda (花札?), or Hwatu (화투), are playing cards of Japanese origin that are used to play a number of games. The name literally translates as "flower cards".
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    • Hanafuda Hawaii Style

      hanafudahawaii.com Hanafuda is good fun for everyone! Hanafuda are playing cards from Japan. People play many different games with them. Hanafuda Hawaii Style cards are especially for ...
    • Hanafuda Flash - GAMEDESIGN

      www.gamedesign.jp/flash/hanafuda/hanafuda_e.html Hanafuda Flash Hanafuda is a Japanese traditional card game, and Koi Koi is one of ways to play Hanafuda with two players. The player throws a card on the same suit ...
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      nintendo.wikia.com/wiki/Hanafuda The Daitouryou deck is still being produced. This article focuses exclusively on Nintendo Hanafuda cards. For the article that deals with all playing cards by ...
    • Hanafuda Cards - Japanese-Games-Shop.comJapanese-Games-Shop.com

      www.japanese-games-shop.com/card-games/hanafuda-cards Hanafuda cards were developed in Japan after the introduction of Western playing cards over 350 years ago. Here is a range of Hanafuda decks for you to buy.
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    • How to play Hanafuda (Koi Koi) - GAMEDESIGN

      www.gamedesign.jp/flash/hanafuda/rule_e.html You have 8 cards shown in a bottom row. On your turn, you should discard one of them, so that you match up the card you select and one of 8 cards in the center area.