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This article is about the microgame in WarioWare Gold. For the hanafuda deck as a reward from Club Nintendo, see Club Nintendo Hanafuda. For the hanafuda deck released at the time of Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary, see Mario Hanafuda.
WWG Hanafuda.png
Appears in WarioWare Gold
Type 9-Volt
Command(s) Match the set!
Info "This is super old-school! Match the cards to the set—yaku—on the left. Hanafuda is a card game played in Japan since long ago. Nintendo began manufacturing hanafuda cards in 1889."
Controls Stylus - Play card
Points to clear 20

Hanafuda is one of 9-Volt's microgames in WarioWare Gold. It is based on the Japanese playing cards of the same name. As referenced by the microgame's description, Nintendo has its origin in producing hanafuda cards.


The player must draw cards that match the ones presented on the left of the screen.

  • 1st level difficulty: There are two cards to draw out of 4 (either Blossom Viewing or Moon Viewing).
  • 2nd level difficulty: There are three cards to draw out of 5 (either Three Lights or Wild Creatures).
  • 3rd level difficulty: There are three cards to draw out of 6, and the player must pay closer attention to the details (either Red Scroll or Blue Scroll).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 花札
French Hanafuda -
Italian Hanafuda -