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Iki: A game of Edo artisans is set during the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868). Edo was the name of Tokyo during that period. In the Nihonbashi area was located the most animated market of the city. Along the main street of Nihonbashi, many storekeepers of various activities installed their shops and invited customers to do business. Close to the main street, living in houses called Nagayas, craftsmen and merchants with various skills helped support the common people of Edo: lantern makers, woodblock printers, street merchants, tempura sellers, geishas...

Live an entire year in Edo and try to become the best Edokko, the "child of Edo", by watching over the well-being and the prosperity of Edo and its citizens. Hire characters with various skills, and make them work in the main street of Nihonbashi. The winner is the Edokko with the most Iki, a philosophical concept of the Edo period representing the ideal way of living a civic life.

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Game Details

Suggested Ages: 14 and up
Number of Players:
2 to 4
Playing Time:
60 to 90 minutes

Designer: Yamada, Koota
David Sitbon
Publisher: Sorry We Are French


Card Drafting, Pattern Building, Point to Point Movement, Set Collection

Awards & Honors

2023 Kennerspiel des Jahres Nominee
2022 UK Games Expo Best Boardgame (Euro-Style) Nominee
2022 As d'Or - Jeu de l'Année Expert Nominee
2021 Tric Trac Nominee


1 double sided main board, 4 player boards, 83 wooden pieces, 70 cards, 147 tokens, 1 scor pad, 2 rule books (French & English)