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70216-0030 - Hanafuda

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Studio Taisho 1910s Unknown
Three young Japanese women in kimono and traditional hairdo are playing Hanafuda. One of the women holds a fan. The game inspired Kyoto businessman Fusajiro Yamauchi to found Nintendo Koppai in 1889 to produce hand-crafted Hanafuda cards painted on mulberry tree bark. The company is of course now better known for its computer games.
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