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Play Mikado game everywhere with this easy and inexpensive version. In this game, you need to demonstrate your skills by removing one stick without touching or moving the others.

One stick represents the mikado —the ancient name for the Emperor of Japan—, and the society hierarchy: mandarins, bonzens, samurais and kulis (workers), each one with their respective punctuation.

For complete rules, check this out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikado_%28game%29.

Hope you like!

Step 1: What you need

Picture of What you need
It's almost nothing:

- 31 toothpicks
- some assorted felt-tip pens
- a sheet of cardstock or thick paper
- a printer (optional)
- glue
- scissors

and sure you have in home.
 
rkleijn made it!4 months ago
Its very nice, and what is the name of the text style so i can change it in to dutch.
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ansanma (author)  rkleijn3 months ago

Hi! Good job with the painting. The title font is Houters-Normal, you can find it here:

http://thefonty.com/font/houtersnormal/download

And the text font is Papyrus:

http://thefonty.com/font/papyrusplain/download

I've added the original file in CorelDraw format, hoping it helps you. Please, post the Dutch version. Thanks a lot!

RMDan2 years ago
A page on how to play would be a great addition to this instructable. Otherwise good work on the steps.
Like it! My toothpicks are a bit big for the box, Can you make a bigger box file please?
ansanma (author)  TheEngineeringFreak3 years ago
Here you have: a file with box 120% greater. Hope you like!
reganbella3 years ago
Thank you!
reganbella3 years ago
The Wiki page says there are 41 in all. Should I use 31 for pocket or traditional 41?
ansanma (author)  reganbella3 years ago
Read carefully below Mini Mikado section, it says 31. But it will be perfect if you want to make the complete set of sticks. Enjoy!
mikeasaurus3 years ago
I love it!
ChrysN3 years ago
Nice! I used to play when I was a kid. A portable version is a great idea.