HANAFUDA Cards by Jacob Bedford - Kickstarter. January - Pine (Matsu)

HANAFUDA Cards by Jacob Bedford - Kickstarter. January - Pine (Matsu)

Hanafuda by Kelsey Cretcher, via Behance. I love hanafuda.

Hanafuda by Kelsey Cretcher, via Behance. I love hanafuda.

How to play Hanafuda (Koi Koi)

How to play Hanafuda (Koi Koi)

화투 리디자인 - 영상/모션그래픽 · UI/UX, 영상/모션그래픽, UI/UX, 그래픽 디자인, 디지털 아트

화투 리디자인 - 영상/모션그래픽 · UI/UX, 영상/모션그래픽, UI/UX, 그래픽 디자인, 디지털 아트

Hanafuda (花札) are playing cards of Japanese origin that are used to play a number of games. The name literally translates as "flower cards."[1][2] The name also refers to games played with those cards.In 1549, the 18th year of Tenbun, a missionary Francis Xavier landed in the country and the crew of his ship had carried a set of 48 Portuguese Hombre playing cards from Europe, and eventually card games became popular with people, along with their use for gambling.

Hanafuda (花札) are playing cards of Japanese origin that are used to play a number of games. The name literally translates as "flower cards."[1][2] The name also refers to games played with those cards.In 1549, the 18th year of Tenbun, a missionary Francis Xavier landed in the country and the crew of his ship had carried a set of 48 Portuguese Hombre playing cards from Europe, and eventually card games became popular with people, along with their use for gambling.

Hanafuda by Beomyoung Sohn http://cargocollective.com/beomyoung/Hanafuda-1

Hanafuda by Beomyoung Sohn http://cargocollective.com/beomyoung/Hanafuda-1

Hanafuda / 花札 : [wikipedia] There are twelve suits, representing months. Each is designated a flower, and each suit has four cards. Typically, each suit will have two normal cards and two special cards.

Hanafuda / 花札 : [wikipedia] There are twelve suits, representing months. Each is designated a flower, and each suit has four cards. Typically, each suit will have two normal cards and two special cards.

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