EVENT #13

Let’s Play Karuta!

かるた遊び!


Karuta is a set of Japanese-style playing cards. The set normally consists of two types of cards- Yomi fuda, reading cards, and Tori fuda, playing cards. On the Yomi fuda, a proverb is written while on the Tori fuda, a picture is depicted. Each yomi fuda has a corresponding tori fuda. A Reader is chosen at the start of the game who picks a card from the Yomi fuda pile to read aloud. The game is to match a card from the tori fuda pile with the proverb being read, faster than the others. Instead of proverbs, in certain kinds of Karuta, poems are also written. Know more about Japanese card games here!

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In yet another exciting event, JCA brings to you an adaptation of this classic Japanese game using Hiragana cards.

Prizes await the fastest player! May the speed be with you..


Date –  June 10, 2018 (Sunday)

Time – 11:15 am to 12:15 pm

Venue – ICEKRAFT (restaurant), SV Desai Marg, Vasant Vihar, Navrangpura

Every member/group is required to buy a drink/snacks to support the venue we have events at. The venue has been generous with us to let us organize these events every week.

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Bookings open !

EVENTS

The Japanese club Ahmedabad runs workshops, demonstrations and other activities for organised groups, clubs and schools trying to include as many sessions as possible free to the public. While the workshops are always free for the club membersnon-club members may be charged an entrance fee.


– Anjanalakshmi・安社奈, JCA Task Force

 

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Rupa says:

    Aĺl the best for event 13th betu😘😘😘

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