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hikikomoriheadphonegirl 5 days ago
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lizluvzmudz 5 months ago
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Oh my gooooosh I got this old set of club nintendo hanafuda off ebay I'm so giddy rn. I miss club nintendo馃槶 FYI if anyone wants to play hanafuda, you can by playing that clubhouse 51 games on the switch. And funny detail here, you can get a new set of cards in this style once you reach a high score.
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Omg I just noticed waluigi.... lol
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zeruss 10 months ago
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In commemoration of 鈥楨vangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon a Time鈥 release, I鈥檓 posting the complete set of Evangelion Hanafuda Cards that were printed by Movic, and first sold in February 2012 (currently available to buy at the Online Eva Store). The cards are 2x1in/5x3cm in size and printed in very delicate paper; a single nail scratch can damage an entire illustration, and just handling them... messes them up. The illustrations on each card have rich and gorgeous details -even at such small size- and are beautiful to look at up close. Due to their fragile nature, I chose to scan and edit the cards to preserve them; it was a bit of a laborious process, but worth it to better admire the illustrations themselves--Hope you enjoy, and happy Evangelion 3.0+1.0 release!!
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veeedoodles 10 months ago
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Hanafuda cards! (1/4)
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manicyoar a year ago
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Hanefuda cars nails. 7 colors 50 minutes
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nintendocafe 3 years ago
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Nintendo's very first office in Kyoto in 1889
Nintendo was founded as a playing card company by Fusajiro Yamauchi on September 23, 1889. Based in Kyoto, Japan the business produced and marketed Hanafuda cards. The handmade cards soon became popular, and Yamauchi hired assistants to mass-produce cards to satisfy demand.
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toboestar 3 years ago
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3rd month: March - Cherry blossom
Ooops, totally forgot to upload my painting here...
Since I鈥榤 slowly running out of interesting poses to draw, I decided on this one~
I like the effect I reached with the blue tone~
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tanuki-kimono 4 months ago
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Super cool hanafuda (鈥漟lower cards鈥) + ryuusui (stream) yukata (seen on), paired with a Rumirock obi.聽
I believe I鈥檝e never touched Hanafuda cards here, so buckle up for a long post ;)
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Hanafuda is a card game with 12 different suits of 4 cards. Each suit is linked to a lunar month through symbols, all inspired by classical culture (months where later matched to Western calendar hence why some symbols seem off).
Please note that in the list below, I鈥檒l use 鈥榤eaning鈥 in the broad sense as following symbols often have many overlaping significations:
鐫︽湀 Mutsuki聽 (1st lunar month) / January => Symbols: matsu (pine), tsuru (crane), hi (sun), 鈥榓kayoroshi鈥 tanzaku (paper strip, with auspicious 銇(銇)銈堛倣銇 meaning lit. 鈥榬ed is good鈥 = 鈥榬eally wonderful鈥) => Meaning: eternity, happy/new beginnings as January is the New year month
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濡傛湀 Kisaragi (2nd lunar month) / February => Symbols: ume (plum blossoms), uguisu (bush warbler), 鈥榓kayoroshi鈥 tanzaku (paper strip, with auspicious 銇(銇)銈堛倣銇 lit. 鈥榬ed is good鈥 = 鈥榬eally wonderful鈥) => Meaning: beginning of spring, well read people (especially refers to Michizane/Tenjin), a match made in heaven As a side note, plum branches rising to the sky is an auspicious motif known as yariume/鈥渟pear plums鈥 or tachibai/鈥渞ising plums聽
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寮ョ敓 Yayoi (3rd lunar month) / March => Symbols: sakura (cherry blossoms), hanamimaku (curtain, here cherry blossoms viewing parties), 鈥楳iyoshino鈥 tanzaku (paper strip, Yoshino is a place famous for its sakura) => Meaning: beautiful yet fleeting life (like the delicate sakura blossoms)
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鍗湀 Uzuki (4th lunar month) / April => Symbols: fuji (wisteria), hototogisu (cuckoo), red tanzaku (paper strip) => Meaning: coming of summer, beautiful yet fleeting life (cuckoo sometimes symbolize mourning souls). Fuji could also refers to famous episodes of the Tale of Genji. As a side note, cuckoo also stands for patience in Japan, probably because of the zen charade known as 鈥淚f the bird doesn鈥檛 sing..鈥
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鐨愭湀Satsuki (5th lunar month) / May => Symbols: kakitsubata (iris), yatsuhashi (zigzag bridge鈥), red tanzaku (paper strip) => Meaning: deep and nostalgic love, inspired by famous poetical scenery from the Tales of Ise (motif is present in many paintings like this screen by Korin). Iris are also a symbol of strenght as seen in Tango no sekku festival
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姘寸劇鏈 Minazuki (6th lunar month) / June => Symbols: botan (peony), cho (butterfly), purple tanzaku (paper strip) => Meaning: road to heaven (symbols came be found in noh piece 鈥楽hakkyo鈥 and Kabuki one 鈥楰agamijishi鈥), butterflies often stand as a symbol for spirits or souls
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鏂囨湀 Fumizuki (7th lunar month) / July => Symbols: hagi (clover), shishi/inoshishi (boar), red tanzaku (paper strip) => Meaning: coming of autumn, the strong needing the meek (a variation of tiger in the bamboo grove motif)
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钁夋湀 Hazuki (8th lunar month) / August => Symbols: susuki (pampa grass), kari (wild geese), full moon (meigestu) => Meaning: moon/harvest festival (tsukimi), deep nostalgia as year goes by (nature will soon be asleep as winter will follow autumn)
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闀锋湀 Nagatsuki (9th lunar month) / September => Symbols: kiku (chrysanthemum), sakazuki (sake cup, with kotobuki/鈥榣ong life鈥 kanji), purple tanzaku (paper strip) => Meaning: long life, immortality. In ancient japan, it was customary to drink chrysanthmum wine during Chouyou no en festival as a wish for long life (people also used to drink/use as medicine dew collected on mums leaves and flowers). As a side note, objets flowing in a stream (like sake cups) were once used as timer during poetry competitions.
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绁炵劇鏈 Kannazuki (10th lunar month) / October => Symbols: momiji (maple), shika (deer) => Meaning: momijigari (hanami autumn twin) parties and as March card = beautiful yet fleeting life. Shika deers also have deep auspicious connotation as they are messengers of the gods in Shinto
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闇滄湀 Shimotsuki (11th lunar month) / November => Symbols: yanagi (willow), Ono no Michikaze and a frog, tsubame (swallow), Inazuma (thunder, wildcard sometimes bare and nicknamed 鈥渙nifuda鈥/demon card) => Meaning: this card is always the most puzzling one for me, as in kimono fashion yanagi+tsubame are not truly a November motifs ^^; But here, the most important symbol (most often only present as an umbrella!) is a driving rain under which willows dance. Poet Ono no Michikaze, walking by a riverside in that awful weather, spots a struggling frog. After many efforts, the frog finally succeeds jumping in a willow - inspiring Michikaze. This suits hence symbolizes diligence and determination. As a side note, nure tsubame (lit. 鈥渨et sparrows鈥) symbolize lovers - especially star-crossed ones
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甯蛋 Shiwasu (12th lunar month) / December => Symbols: kiri (paulownia), houou (phoenix) => Meaning: longevity, life circle (鈥渂eginning to the end鈥), power.聽 Legends say phoenix can only nest in paulownia trees
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I won鈥檛 go into details as to how to play with hanafuda as 1) I am terrible with cards games, and 2) I learned koi-koi rules only thanks to the Ryu ga gotoku/Yakuza video games xD (amazing game serie, if you don鈥檛 know about them, go play!!! They have been re-released not long ago)
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hypnotizedvoxxter 3 months ago
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One thing I love about hanakos and tsukasas designs is that you can tell they鈥檙e both old/from a long time ago but also that tsukasa died first because he鈥檚 wearing an older uniform
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just-shikatema-things 7 months ago
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濂堣壇瀹 鈥 Nara Family
Shikamaru: Willow (November)
Shikadai: Maple (October)
Temari: Maple (October)
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copiouskobolds 5 months ago
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Recently I've been getting into Tabletop Simulator mods. Here are a few of the things I've made.
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Journey Tantrix
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(Including an entire background based on Journey's murals)
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A port of the Club Nintendo Hanafuda (from high-quality scans of my own set)
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Yoshi Hanafuda jigsaw puzzle (It's cleaner than it looks. All I had was a jpeg and I'm not completing this thing again)
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Those D&D Schools of Magic cards I posted a while ago
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ppqarcade a month ago
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銉併儴銉 - Chiyori
鑺辨湱銈枫儶銉笺偤 聽鈥淗anafuda Series鈥 Color: Purple Type: HP
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lukamodule-oftheday 6 months ago
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Today's Luka Module Is:
Snow Miku 2018 Hanafuda by Taranboman!
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lionraeart 3 months ago
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HANAFUDA 鈿★笍 THUNDER is a TTRPG actual play show in which five high school girls go back into the extreme virtual reality game that took one of their dear friends away. Taking a lot of insp from 90's anime (and like. all anime) and wanting to be as fun and as dramatic as we can make it, HFT has been one of my favorite games to play in so far <3 We play in Spanish, and you can find us here!
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birbforthewin 11 months ago
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Uhoh, Demon Slayer got me good. A tiny good lad with a red based character design, nice eyes, horrible background and genuinely kind personality? Well fuck me sideways, I love him dearly. This child is perfect and he deserved good things only. I have decided to adopt Tanjirou, thank you, goodbye.
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jonjmurakami 4 months ago
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Aloha, all! 馃槉 Here's my latest Generation Gap cartoon featured in today's @hawaii_herald 鈥ow many knew the history of Nintendo? And now you know... I wish the last panel was in color to make it a little more clear that it's the moon against the red background of the Japanese hanafuda card and all the characters are from the hanafuda (flower cards) deck 馃槉 鈥eep smiling and stay safe all! 馃槉 #jonjmurakami #generationgap #hawaiiherald #cartoon #comic #comicstrip #nintendo #hanafuda #cards #videogames #donkeykong #NES #nintendoentertainmentsystem https://www.instagram.com/p/CT8KDNHPZjm/?utm_medium=tumblr
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toreii a year ago
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Visual for Ikemen Sengoku THE STAGE ~Akechi Mitsuhide~
September 4th - September 9th, 2020
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neritic-by-nature a year ago
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hell yeah that鈥檚 5 points !
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nate0u0 6 months ago
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Got a really nice looking photo of my Hanafuda cards! :D They look so nice lined up all in order like this.
Hanafuda literally translates to 鈥渇lower cards鈥. So far, the only game I know with them is聽鈥淜oi-Koi鈥, but I鈥檓 hoping to learn more! I鈥檝e arranged each of the twelve different suits here into columns. Each one represents a different month, and I鈥檝e arranged them in order from January on the left, to December on the right. Fun fact: Nintendo actually used to produce these cards back when it was founded in the late 1800s
I remember way back in elementary school, I used to have this really elaborate frog themed calendar, and my friends and I would assign ourselves frogs based on our birth month. I still remember I was a bumblebee poison dart frog x3. Going by the theming of these cards here, my associated suit would be the one with the pines and the crane since I was born in January. If you鈥檇 like, you can try and find your assigned flower theme! I鈥檒l list each month鈥檚 associated flower and animal/object below!
January - Pines and cranes at sunrise
February - Plum blossoms and Japanese bush warblers
March - Cherry blossoms and curtains
April - Wisterias and cuckoos聽
May - Irises and plank bridges
June - Peonies and butterflies
July - Bush Clovers and wild boars
August - Susuki grass and geese under a full moon
September - Chrysanthemums and sake cups
October - Maples and deer
November - Willows and swallows in the rain
December - Paulownias and phoenixes
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louischangeur 8 months ago
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Jeu des plantes - bas茅 sur le jeu de cartes japonais Hanafuda.
脟a fait des semaines que je suis accro au jeu Koi-Koi, qui se joue avec les cartes japonaises Hanafuda.
Au XVI猫me si猫cle, les Portugais introduisirent au Japon notre jeu de cartes occidental. Mais par la suite le gouvernement Japonais prohiba les jeux de cartes pour emp锚cher les paris d'argent.
Les Japonais cr茅猫rent alors leur propre jeu, Hanafuda, pour contourner le bannissement, en s'inspirant du jeu portugais et de la nature et la culture japonaises. D'ailleurs le cartier le plus c茅l猫bre de Hanafuda est Nintendo, bien avant de l'锚tre pour les jeux-vid茅o!
J'ai imagin茅 脿 quoi aurait ressembl茅 le jeu s'il avait 脿 son tour 茅t茅 import茅 et adapt茅 par les europ茅ens.
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I imagined what Hanafuda would have looked like if it had been created or imported and adapted in Europe.
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