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Japanese games

This article is about traditional Japanese games. For Japanese video games, see Video gaming in Japan. For Japanese game shows, see Japanese variety show.

This is a list of traditional Japanese games. Some of them are localized.

Games

Children's games

Board games

Card games

Tile games

  • Mājan - Japanese mahjong, also called rīchi mahjong
  • Sudoku

Dice games

Word games

See also

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