This games involves throwing an opened fan at an object placed on a block of wood. The object of the game is not only to knock the object off the block, but to create the most beautiful shape between the fan and the object in the process. There is a set score sheet, with diagrams, and the more beautiful and skilled the throw, the more points are awarded. The first player to a set number of points wins.
Kompira Fune Fune
This is a very fast paced game. A small object such as a sake cup or similar is placed between the two players. A song called "Kompire funefune" is played and sung, and on each beat of the drum, the players must take turns to place their hand on the object. The player may decided to take the object away, in which case the other player must place a fist where the object was. This continues until one player puts a hand wrong. It seems complex, but once it is seen, it is very easy to play, and very fun too.
This game is very much like rock paper scissors. The two players are divided by a screen, or must stand back to back. The other guests keep score. On the count of three the two players must pose either as a hunter, a tiger, or an old woman. The hunter beats the tiger, the tiger beats the old woman, and the old woman beats the hunter.
This is a drinking game. A sake cup is filled, nearly to the brim. Each player takes it in turn to add just a drop more sake, until one player spills the sake. They must drink what is in the sake cup. It is then refilled and game starts again.
"Sayuu" means "Left and right". To start, all players, except the kimono-san, place one hand on the table. The furisode-san will then start to sing a chant, and clap the rhythm. With each clap, the players must swap which hand is placed on the table. At the end of the chant, those with their left hand on the table have won, and those without have lost.