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It's always sunny in YOKOHAMA!


Being a merchant during Meiji era in Yokohama was an adventure.

Can you imagine? The city was growing, harbours opening to foreign countries, trading, exporting, different technologies and cultures were all pointing toward this we'll-known Japanese city: Yokohama.

In this fantastic game, each players are merchants trying to gain fame from a successful business, and they have to build their store, broaden their sales channels, learn new techniques, and, of course, respond to trade orders.

The game in itself consists of modular boards depending on the number of players.
You'll have to manage your president pawn, assistant cubes, shops and trade houses. Of course, you'll be able to buy some more of these during the game.

You can fulfil contracts, complete achievements, get some power, buy more goods, and try to be the richest merchant.
But that's not all!

There are multiple ending conditions.
Points are earned in many different ways. Majorities, money, contracts, technology, using or not using your pawns: a lot to discover and to master.

You guessed it: this gem designed by Hisashi Hayashi is one of the "hard" games we love and can't stop playing.
It's available for 2 to 4 players (preferably 4) and plays for about 90 minutes, so don't hesitate to play it in TURN-BASED instead of real-time ;)

That's an heavy game from OKAZU brand and Tasty Minstrel Games (TMG) that we're really happy to offer here.

You can enjoy the game and watch a few games in progress to get what it's about here:

All our thanks go to our developer giron1950 who did an incredible job putting this giant game on Board Game Arena. We are even more impressed by the fact that giron1950 is 69 years old: kudos to him for deciding to discover our development platform and taking on such a big project on his free time!

"There is nothing that says more about its creator than the work itself."
Akira Kurosawa.
08/12/2020 23 comments

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