Tokaido Game

Tokaido Game Rules

Tokaido Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $30.00
Playing Time: 30 - 45 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 5

Some people get stressed out when they play board games as the competition and pressure to win stacks up. Somehow, Tokaido is the complete opposite. With it's beautiful Japanese water color artwork to a soundtrack CD that comes included you'll be relaxed as you make your way through this game.

As you calmly play Tokaido you'll almost forget about the strategy that is involved with this game that is sure to have you coming back for more and you think of different ways to beat your opponents. Tokaido should be on your list of games to try with your family or friends and can be found at a variety of locations to purchase.

Be the player who has discovered the most varied and interesting things and you'll become the Tokaido champion.

You should have 16 figurines, coin pouch, 5 scoring tokens, 50 metal coins, new crossroads die, soundtrack CD and the official Tokaido game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Tokaido rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Tokaido.

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Stephanie says:

I panicked when I saw that my kids got the this game and had a heyday with it. Everything survived pretty well except for the game rules. So glad to be able to find replacement rules online. My husband and I really like Tokaido so these are good to have on hand as a backup. Thank you!
Maggie says:

I heard about this game from a friend. I haven't played it yet but she briefly explained how to play and it sounded interesting. The look of this game is far different than I have ever seen.
Amy says:

I would suggest watching a video on how to play this game. I'll use the rules as a back up or refresher but for learning the first time a video how-to works much better for me.
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