Let’s enjoy Japanese ancient activities – from popular games such as Hanafuda,
Cho-Han Bakuchi, Chinchirorin, etc. to practice of shuriken, blowgun, bow and arrow – in the Castle Town.
In the “Gambling Spot” of Azuchi Castle Town, customers can play games that have been loved by the masses from the ancient time in Japan, such as Cho-Han Bakuchi, Chinchirorin, etc. Because all children and adults can join these games, so please stop by and enjoy whenever you come to the Castle Town!
(※ The wooden tags are lent at Gambling Spot’s reception desk.)
The dealer – called “Tsubofuri” – will put two dice in a cup and shake. The players will guess whether the sum total of numbers showing on the two dice will be “Cho” (even) or “Han” (odd). Don’t forget to watch the professional dice-cup shaking performance of Castle Town’s dealers!
The players throw three dice into a bowl, then compare the score of the result to find out the winner. Because of simple rule, this game has been quite popular and loved by the public from Japan’s ancient time.
This is a simple game, that the player will throw five dice, then guess the score. Challenge with gusto!
Throw the die, and guess whether Nyanmage or Magedechi appears? The interesting game for children.
Speaking of Japanese-made card games, “Hanafuda” comes to mind. Customers can play various games, such as Oichokabu (that is similar to Baccarat; who has 9 scores or highest scores will be the winner), Bozumekuri (the winner is the person with the most cards at the end), Hanafuda (official game), etc.
In Japanese, the word “lottery” is now called “takarakuji” (treasure lot). But in the past, it was called “tomikuji” (fortune lot). If the Lucky Turntable stops at the number which is identical to player’s number, he or she will receive a present, such as wooden tag, etc.
Started from Edo period, this game has taken place in a tatami room. The player sits on the knee at a distance, tosses a fan to the target butterfly, and compete for highest score depending on the position of fallen butterfly. It is also called “Japanese-style dart” in Edo period. Let’s get excited at the competition!
Join the Japanese ancient bow and arrow competition, which Sengoku lords used to compete with each other!
Use shuriken to chase ogres away! Can you hit the target mark?
The mysterious odd space where the sense of balance goes crazy!
Challenge yourself to blowgun – a training lesson of Ninja!
Can you see through 11 hidden traps to escape safely?
Challenge yourself to the interesting Ninja training course!
There are a lot of games that even children can play!
The opportunity to touch instruments – that ordinarily you cannot – such as, Sengoku period’s longbow, long distance blowgun, etc.
A place where customers can touch a sword and experience a slash (try out the sword).
A lot of folk games that even children can join the challenge!
It’s in preparation now! Look forward to seeing you! !