SHIKOKU — A MOST FORTUNATE RACING GAME
Shikoku is a racing game that uses mantra cards to guide your delicate journey toward the temple. Advance wisely for a pace that avoids calamity and brings a year of good fortune.
WATCH THE GAME PLAY
FIND FAVOR ON THE BEAUTIFUL ISLAND SHIKOKU, ALL IN A GAME INSPIRED BY JAPANESE CULTURE.
Traveling to Shikoku, the smallest of Japan’s four main islands, is said to be the only way to avoid one’s Year of Misfortune. While pilgrims experience it at different ages, this misfortune may be avoided by finding favor at the temple Yakuōji.
This is your time to make the journey and set a path toward good fortune.
A RACING GAME OF LUCK AND DISCIPLINE TO WIN SECOND PLACE.
Pace your journey wisely. Players, known as pilgrims, use mantra cards to advance their steps toward the temple.
Once one or more players reach the pagoda (square 33), the game ends. The player, or players, who are second counting from the top and second counting from the bottom, win the game.