Hanafuda: flower cards

Hanafuda is a traditional Japanese card game. A hanafuda card is about half the size of playing cards and a set of hanafuda cards consists of twelve sets of four cards corresponding to each month of the year with the design of animals or plants such as cherry blossoms, a wild boar, a butterfly, and so on. A popular game played with hanafuda cards is called koikoi in which players compete on the points gained for the combination of cards. Nintendo, a company known for TV games, is originally a maker of hanafuda cards and they still produce hanafuda cards.

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日本語にほんごレベル:中級ちゅうきゅう  日本語にほんご能力のうりょく試験しけんきゅう程度ていど 
(Japanese level: Intermediate  JLPT N2)

花札はなふだ日本にほん伝統的でんとうてきなカードゲームです。トランプの半分はんぶんほどのふだに、4枚よんまい1組ひとくみでひとつきごとにさくらいのししちょうなどの動植物どうしょくぶつの絵柄がかれています。一般的いっぱんてきあそかたの「こいこい」では、ったふだ絵柄えがらわせで得点とくてんきそいます。テレビゲームで有名ゆうめい任天堂にんてんどうはもともと花札はなふだ製造せいぞう会社がいしゃで、いまでも花札はなふだ製造せいぞうしています。

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