Honshu is a trick-taking, map building card game set in feudal Japan. Players are lords and ladies of Noble houses seeking new lands and opportunities for fame and fortune.
One game of Honshu lasts 12 rounds, and each round is divided into two phases.
First, Map cards are played in a trick and the player who played the highest value card gets to pick first from those played. Then the players use the Map cards picked to expand their personal maps. Each player must expand their personal maps to maximize their scoring possibilities.
Manipulating your position in the player order is crucial for mastering Honshu.
Contents:40 wooden resource cubes6 start province cards60 map cards, numbered from 1 to 608 game end scoring cards5 player order cards5 scoring summary cardsrules in English, German, French, Spanish, Swedish and Finnish
No. of Players: 2 to 5
Min. Age: 8