The Kotobuki Drinking Game

The Kotobuki Drinking Game

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From left to right: Spinning die, Okame mask, Hyotoko mask, and Tengu mask.

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Come packaged in a Paulownia wood box.

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The Kotobuki Drinking Game

Our Kotobuki Drinking Game is a convivial way to dispense with a bottle of sake. The game features three glazed porcelain cups, painted by hand to resemble traditional Japanese Kabuki masks. A top is spun and how it lands decides who will drink and which cup will be used.

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Our Kotobuki Drinking Game is a convivial way to dispense with a bottle of sake. The game features three glazed porcelain cups, painted by hand to resemble traditional Japanese Kabuki masks. A top is spun and how it lands decides who will drink and which cup will be used.

Story

Our Kotobuki Drinking Game is a convivial way to dispense with a bottle of sake. The game features three glazed porcelain cups, painted by hand to resemble traditional Japanese Kabuki masks. A top is spun and how it lands decides who will drink and which cup will be used. The smallest cup is Okame, the goddess of mirth; she holds just a taste and is the only cup that can be set down on the table without spilling. Hyotoko, the Jester, has an open mouth that must be covered while drinking, else trickery ensues. The largest cup, Tengu the Goblin, offers a heavy pour with no rest; the goblin's nose prevents the cup from being set back down, so it's bottoms up! The basic premise encourages imaginative customization wherever it is played, for no drinking game is complete without songs, challenges, or house rules. Although sake is the traditional accompaniment, our team has done the research and concluded that other spirits work equally as well.

Specs
  • Set of three porcelain glazed cups and one die
  • Comes packaged in a wood box
  • Tengu (Red) dimensions: 6.5" x 8" x 9.5" with a 120ml capacity
  • Hyotoko (yellow) dimensions: 5.5" x 6.4" x 2.8" with a 50ml capacity
  • Okame (pink) dimensions: 3.9" x 5" x 1.9" with a 15ml capacity
  • Exclusive to Best Made Co.
Materials
  • Porcelain glazed cups
  • Paulownia wood box
Origin
  • Made in Japan
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How Play:

Spin the top, and pour a drink in the cup of the picture that it is on when stopped. People who are sitting in the direction pointed to by the top handle will drink.

Tengu cup (red)
The largest cup, you cannot rest this on the table with liquid still in it. Player must drink entire contents before the next turn starts.

Hyotoko cup (yellow)
The mid sized cup, sake will leak out from the mouth hole and must be covered up by a finger. Player must drink entire contents before the next turn starts.

Okame cup  (pink)
The smallest cup, you can put on the table without drinking it all.

Please play responsibly!