“Cho Ka Han Ka”, or just “Cho-Han”, is a traditional Japanese board game, which comes from ancient times. The main objective of the game is to guess correctly whether a sum of points from the dices is odd or even. Cho means even, Han – odd.
It is told, that the players used to sit on the floor with a special mat and the dealer was in front of them on the opposite side. Usually, the players were not wearing any clothes on their upper bodies. It meant that the game is played fairly, without any tricks and it was also a good way to show off tattoos.
You can see Cho-Han played in many Japanese films and animations. The game can accommodate from 6 to 100 people at the same time.
The rent price includes three rounds of the game and the package:
„Cho-Han“ prices for the evening:
2 „Cho-Han“ tables (up to 20 people), price 600 eur
4 „Cho-Han“ tables (up to 60 people) price 800 eur
6 „Cho-Han“ tables (up to 100 people) price 1000 eur