Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away.
Thousand words written about it, millions of art masterpiecese created because of it, always surrounding, never caught.... LOVE....
In Love edition you will learn about the love in Japan! How to say "I love you?" How to invite for a date? How the relationships are built? The real love story written by you is here!
Game includes all Japanese alphabets: hiragana, katakana, Bonus hiragana, Bonus Katakana.
Game includes: gameboards, cards and a book with the tips of love confession and relationship. Love tips will help you to understand more about Japanese people and may be even their soul!
Available characters: Boys and girls looking for their true love .
The design of gameboards is made with love and full of love!
The winner gets 100% chance for his true love!
Actually to tell the truth once I got in the same trouble according love confession... Of course, love in English has rather deep meaning and I guess many people would agree that it should not be used too freely... But in Japan the attitude to love is much more complex and even a bit strange. What I am talking about, it is possible to date and like somebody while not being in love with them, just as it is possible to be in love with someone you aren’t dating. I guess you know that feeling: "Oh, Channing Tatum, I love you!" or something like this. And this thing happens in Japan very often.
The next interesting fact is that Japanese avoid using "I love you" phrase, usually they say something "I like you" and it is rather hard for them to do this!
The Art Of Kokuhaku - 告白
Often the following can be said:
"Suki desu" 好きです. This expression actually means "to like" but it's the most commonly used form of expressing love. If you add "dai" to the beginning ("daisukidesu") it means "I really like you."
But not always the result will be the desired one...
But in our LOVE story everything will be different!
LET'S MAKE A GREAT LOVE STORY!
Each edition includes:
- 32х game boards (perfect for 1-32 players).
- 107х cards with alphabet signs
- 1х Instructions
- 32х tip-boards
- 80 action cards
- 288 game money cards
- colorful box
+ Gold pack of learning materials
+Gold cards of action
+ Gift + a book with stories and pictures!
In each edition a wonderful story is waiting for you!