|Designer :||Koota Yamada|
|Artist :||Dommiy, David Sitbon, Koota Yamada|
Sorry we are French
|Numbers of players :||2 to 4|
|Age :||14 years old and +|
|Playing Time :||60 to 90 minutes|
|More Info :||
Iki takes place in Edo during the period of the same name (1603-1868). Edo was the name of the Tokyo of the time.
Along the Grande Rue de Nihonbashi, many traders with various activities install their stalls and attract a crowd of customers. Not far from the Grande Rue, a market with fish is held, where the boats bring their cargoes and where the calls of buyers and sellers resonate.
In houses around the Grande Rue called Nagaya, live craftsmen and merchants, with various skills and necessary for the daily life of the inhabitants of Edo. According to estimates, between 700 and 800 different trades exist in Edo: manufacturers of fans or lanterns, tatami weavers, printers of prints, hawkers, stalls of tempuras or sushi, geishas, actors of Kabuki and many 'Others are represented in Iki in the form of cards.
How to win?
Live a whole year in Edo and try to become the best Edokko, "the child of Edo" by ensuring the well-being and prosperity of the city and its inhabitants. Recruit characters from different trades, make them work in the Grande Rue de Nihonbashi and make them accumulate experience until they retire.
The winner is the Edokko having accumulated the most Iki, a philosophical concept of the Edo era considered as an ideal of life