Kuo Kau Paper Products Co., Ltd.

Kuo Kau Paper Products Co., Ltd. develops and manufactures professional plastic and paper products including playing cards, educational cards, game cards as well as jigsaw puzzles. All products are made in Taiwan. We proudly introduce ourselves as a leading benchmark for competitors across Asia,with products and services that also entertain great popularity among customers in the US, mid-east and Europe.

Board Game & Card Game

We engage to develop enduring relationships with our customers by providing innovative Board Game & Card Game products supported by the best customer service in the industry. Our company offers a range of Board Game & Card Game that is high in quality at affordable prices. All our products are precisely developed by a creative team of professionals as per contemporary market trends. We work together to create the ultimate experience for our customers. For more details about our Board Game & Card Game, please contact with us immediately.
When playing the game, pre-school children learn to develop the skills of counting and recognizing numbers.

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Taiwanese Mahjong Plastic Playing Cards

Wherever there are Chinese, there is mahjong! Kuo Kau introduces Taiwan mahjong and American mahjong plastic playing cards with a pastel and playful design that will fascinate players across generations once again!

The Worldwide Popular Mahjong Culture

It is said that mahjong evolved from the Madiao (means horse hanging) cards and became popular during the Ming and Qing dynasties. There are 144 tiles in total, including 136 basic tiles such as ten-thousands, bamboo sticks, dots, characters and winds; 8 flower tiles and 8 season tiles. A winning hand is made of four or five melds (a specific pattern of three pieces) and the eyes (a pair of identical pieces). Common ways of playing mahjong include 13-card mahjong, 16-card mahjong, Japanese mahjong, etc. Mahjong can be spotted in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia, and even Japan, wherever there are Chinese people.

In the U.S., the mahjong has evolved into a 152-card Western-style mahjong game, with 8 more joker tiles. The National Mah Jongg League releases the official American mahjong rules every year. Although players can swap tiles with each other, there are more restrictions on completing a winning hand, so it is definitely not easier than Chinese mahjong! Whether you haven't played mahjong yet, or you are already an enthusiast, the Taiwanese mahjong and American mahjong from Kuo Kau are meant to satisfy you!

Portable and Play Whenever You Want

The original mahjong was usually made of ivory or animal bones, while in modern times it is more of plastic. The cubic shape is its distinguishing feature, but is also a limitation to the play space. Kuo Kau's mahjong playing cards are made of plastic cards, which is easier to carry and hold compared to the original cubic tile. The high-quality matte white plastic not only simulates the touch of playing mahjong, but also remains durable and easy to clean. A good choice for players who love mahjong games.

A complete deck of Kuo Kau Mahjong Playing Cards includes 2 stacks of cards, 1 wind dice, 3 numbered dice, and 1 instruction manual. The outer packaging features a beautiful rigid box with eco-friendly EVA lining that makes it easy to pick up, with a magnet closure design to prevent the contents from falling off. It is a game set that pays attention to the details, suitable for personal use or as a gift.

Inherit the Oriental Quintessence with Modern Images

Unlike common mahjong which retains a traditional brush-and-ink style on the tiles, Kuo Kau Mahjong Playing cards have bright, lively, pastel colors on the card faces, and packaged in Foggy pink box. The funny and adorable flat vector graphics with bright colors add a modern vibe to the classic table game. No matter old or young, everyone will certainly love this design. Besides those who love classic culture and entertainment, it is also suitable for various markets such as dealer gifts, Chinatown souvenirs, or those who love trendy designs.
Kuo Kau Mahjong Playing Cards are rectangle cards 45x88mm in size. In addition to the suits in the center of each card, numbers and suits are also written on the diagonal corners, making it much easier to read and more comfortable to play.

Our playing cards are all made in Taiwan, with excellent quality guaranteed. For more customization and packaging methods, please contact Kuo Kau, and we will do our best bringing your imagination and blueprint to reality. Minimum order quantity: 1,000 sets.

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American Mahjong Plastic Playing Cards

Wherever there are Chinese, there is mahjong! Kuo Kau introduces Taiwan mahjong and American mahjong plastic playing cards with a pastel and playful design that will fascinate players across generations once again!

The Worldwide Popular Mahjong Culture

It is said that mahjong evolved from the Madiao (means horse hanging) cards and became popular during the Ming and Qing dynasties. There are 144 tiles in total, including 136 basic tiles such as ten-thousands, bamboo sticks, dots, characters and winds; 8 flower tiles and 8 season tiles. A winning hand is made of four or five melds (a specific pattern of three pieces) and the eyes (a pair of identical pieces). Common ways of playing mahjong include 13-card mahjong, 16-card mahjong, Japanese mahjong, etc. Mahjong can be spotted in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia, and even Japan, wherever there are Chinese people.

In the U.S., the mahjong has evolved into a 152-card Western-style mahjong game, with 8 more joker tiles. The National Mah Jongg League releases the official American mahjong rules every year. Although players can swap tiles with each other, there are more restrictions on completing a winning hand, so it is definitely not easier than Chinese mahjong! Whether you haven't played mahjong yet, or you are already an enthusiast, the Taiwanese mahjong and American mahjong from Kuo Kau are meant to satisfy you!

Portable and Play Whenever You Want

The original mahjong was usually made of ivory or animal bones, while in modern times it is more of plastic. The cubic shape is its distinguishing feature, but is also a limitation to the play space. Kuo Kau's mahjong playing cards are made of plastic cards, which is easier to carry and hold compared to the original cubic tile. The high-quality matte white plastic not only simulates the touch of playing mahjong, but also remains durable and easy to clean. A good choice for players who love mahjong games.

A complete deck of Kuo Kau Mahjong Playing Cards includes 2 stacks of cards, 1 wind dice, 3 numbered dice, and 1 instruction manual. The outer packaging features a beautiful rigid box with eco-friendly EVA lining that makes it easy to pick up, with a magnet closure design to prevent the contents from falling off. It is a game set that pays attention to the details, suitable for personal use or as a gift.

Inherit the Oriental Quintessence with Modern Images

Unlike common mahjong which retains a traditional brush-and-ink style on the tiles, Kuo Kau Mahjong Playing cards have bright, lively, pastel colors on the card faces, and packaged in Tiffany blue box. The funny and adorable flat vector graphics with bright colors add a modern vibe to the classic table game. No matter old or young, everyone will certainly love this design. Besides those who love classic culture and entertainment, it is also suitable for various markets such as dealer gifts, Chinatown souvenirs, or those who love trendy designs.
Kuo Kau Mahjong Playing Cards are rectangle cards 45x88mm in size. In addition to the suits in the center of each card, numbers and suits are also written on the diagonal corners, making it much easier to read and more comfortable to play.

Our playing cards are all made in Taiwan, with excellent quality guaranteed. For more customization and packaging methods, please contact Kuo Kau, and we will do our best bringing your imagination and blueprint to reality. Minimum order quantity: 1,000 sets.

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Japanese Hanafuda Mini Papar Playing Cards - Red Sakura

Besides the traditional poker games, would you like to try a different card game? Japanese Hanafuda cards with gorgeous colors and simple rules will definitely make you addicted to them! Kuo Kau’s newly designed plastic and paper Hanafuda products will let you experience the full atmosphere of the Japanese Edo era.

The beauty of Hanafuda with the seasons

Hanafuda is derived from the 48 playing cards of the Portuguese. After it was introduced to Japan, flowers and plants were used to replace the numbers and suits of the playing cards, so it was called the Hanafuda (flower cards). The 48 cards of different suits have their own names, and the meaning of these patterns must follow traditional conventions. Each 4 cards represent the characteristics of a certain month of the year, such as pine for January, plum for February, sakura (cherry blossoms) for March, wisteria for April, iris for May, peony for June, bush clover for July, susuki grass for August, chrysanthemum for September, maple for October, willow for November, and Paulownia for December. The suits of the card face are not only related to natural scenery, but also traditional Japanese culture such as customs and sacrifices. For example, the “Crane and Sun” is praying for longevity at the New Year's sunrise, the “Butterfly and Peony” depicts the noble and moving summer scenery, and the “Chrysanthemum and Cup” portrays the custom to drink sake and enjoy chrysanthemums in Double Ninth Festival, etc.

Kuo Kau Hanafuda is designed with an elegant hand-painting brush style; the unique animal and plant images of the Hanafuda are drawn in beautiful pastel tones, insisting on maintaining the traditional cultural meaning of the Hanafuda. Holding these cards in hand is like having a mini version of gorgeous Yamato landscape.

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Although the suits of Hanafuda are distinguished by months, the points are mainly calculated by card type when playing. For example, the strongest “Hikari” (light) cards can make players obtain high scores easily; the "Tane" (seed) cards with scenery and animals are lesser; The "Tanzaku" (short paper ribbon) cards with papers used to transcribe haiku are further lesser; the "Kasu" (dreg) cards with only scenery on the cards have the least score, and must be accumulated to a certain amount to be useful in the game. Legend has it that the Hanafuda was invented as early as the Azuchi-Momoyama period in the 16th century, and it is still active in the market today. The Hanafuda is not only beautiful in patterns, but also has a simple gameplay but delicate scoring method, which is very exciting to play. Therefore, it is still a card game that is widely loved by consumers. Not only does it have a variety of ways to play in Japan, but, after it was introduced to Korea, it also developed a local Go-Stop game. The same card type can be played in a variety of games, making Hanafuda a game not to be missed for players who are obsessed with researching various card games.

Excellent texture, exquisite and durable

Kuo Kau Hanafuda is available in two versions: red mini playing cards (45x69mm). The mini paper playing card design is close to the design of the original Hanafuda in size and material, and suitable for friends who are fond of the classics. The packaging is a paper box design in the same style as the card pattern with an exquisite embossing. The cards are made of durable and easy-to-carry materials, and are suitable for collection and gifts, group creativity activities, souvenir shops, as well as selling together with merchandise of Summer Wars, Onmyoji, Yakuza, Japanese movies and TV dramas. The novel gameplay and texture will surely make the cards your favorite. Our playing cards are all made in Taiwan, with excellent quality guaranteed. For more customization and packaging methods, please contact Kuo Kau, and we will do our best bringing your imagination and blueprint to reality. Minimum order quantity: 1,008 decks.

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Japanese Hanafuda Plastic Playing Cards - Blue Sensu

Besides the traditional poker games, would you like to try a different card game? Japanese Hanafuda cards with gorgeous colors and simple rules will definitely make you addicted to them! Kuo Kau’s newly designed plastic and paper Hanafuda products will let you experience the full atmosphere of the Japanese Edo era.

The beauty of Hanafuda with the seasons

Hanafuda is derived from the 48 playing cards of the Portuguese. After it was introduced to Japan, flowers and plants were used to replace the numbers and suits of the playing cards, so it was called the Hanafuda (flower cards). The 48 cards of different suits have their own names, and the meaning of these patterns must follow traditional conventions. Each 4 cards represent the characteristics of a certain month of the year, such as pine for January, plum for February, sakura (cherry blossoms) for March, wisteria for April, iris for May, peony for June, bush clover for July, susuki grass for August, chrysanthemum for September, maple for October, willow for November, and Paulownia for December. The suits of the card face are not only related to natural scenery, but also traditional Japanese culture such as customs and sacrifices. For example, the “Crane and Sun” is praying for longevity at the New Year's sunrise, the “Butterfly and Peony” depicts the noble and moving summer scenery, and the “Chrysanthemum and Cup” portrays the custom to drink sake and enjoy chrysanthemums in Double Ninth Festival, etc.

Kuo Kau Hanafuda is designed with an elegant hand-painting brush style; the unique animal and plant images of the Hanafuda are drawn in beautiful pastel tones, insisting on maintaining the traditional cultural meaning of the Hanafuda. Holding these cards in hand is like having a mini version of gorgeous Yamato landscape.

Premium entertainment for general people

Although the suits of Hanafuda are distinguished by months, the points are mainly calculated by card type when playing. For example, the strongest “Hikari” (light) cards can make players obtain high scores easily; the "Tane" (seed) cards with scenery and animals are lesser; The "Tanzaku" (short paper ribbon) cards with papers used to transcribe haiku are further lesser; the "Kasu" (dreg) cards with only scenery on the cards have the least score, and must be accumulated to a certain amount to be useful in the game. Legend has it that the Hanafuda was invented as early as the Azuchi-Momoyama period in the 16th century, and it is still active in the market today. The Hanafuda is not only beautiful in patterns, but also has a simple gameplay but delicate scoring method, which is very exciting to play. Therefore, it is still a card game that is widely loved by consumers. Not only does it have a variety of ways to play in Japan, but, after it was introduced to Korea, it also developed a local Go-Stop game. The same card type can be played in a variety of games, making Hanafuda a game not to be missed for players who are obsessed with researching various card games.

Excellent texture, exquisite and durable

Kuo Kau Hanafuda is available in two versions: The blue plastic playing cards (63x88mm) . The plastic design in playing card size is not easy to get dirty and lost, and it is suitable for the whole family to play together in festivals. The packaging is a paper box design in the same style as the card pattern with an exquisite embossing. The cards are made of durable and easy-to-carry materials, and are suitable for collection and gifts, group creativity activities, souvenir shops, as well as selling together with merchandise of Summer Wars, Onmyoji, Yakuza, Japanese movies and TV dramas. The novel gameplay and texture will surely make the cards your favorite. Our playing cards are all made in Taiwan, with excellent quality guaranteed. For more customization and packaging methods, please contact Kuo Kau, and we will do our best bringing your imagination and blueprint to reality. Minimum order quantity: 1,008 decks.

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Snakes & Ladders Board Game

Snakes & Ladders is a worldwide classic board game originated from ancient India where it was known as ‘Moksha-Patamu’. A player moving up the board represented life's spiritual journey, complicated by virtues - the ladders, and vices - the snakes.

When playing the game, pre-school children learn to develop the skills of counting and recognizing numbers. When landing on a ladder it’s the shortcut to speed to the end, but once landing on the snake’s head it’s going backwards sliding to the snake’s bottom which is further from the goal. The game is designed with the concept days of prosperity and adversity. It helps develop kid’s frustration tolerance that kids learn “One may not win even if he gets a head start; one may not lose if he goes behind.” Everyone may win or lose, but they can all have fun! The skills of human interaction can be practiced and children learn to deal with emotional frustration by transformation by playing the game.

Each player rolls a die before the game starts, the player who throws the highest number will be the one to have the first turn. The players will move their pieces starting from square 1, following the numbers on the board. If a player rolls a 6, then the player would move their piece six places. When one player lands on a top of a snake, their playing piece will slide down to the bottom of the snake. Whereas landing on the bottom of a snake the player will remain in the same spot until their next turn. When a player lands at the base of a ladder, it immediately climbs to the top of the ladder. Whereas landing at the top of a ladder the player will stay there until the next turn. The player does not move to the bottom of the ladder. The first player that reaches the highest space on the board wins the game. To win the player will need to roll the exact number to get you to the last space. If the player rolls a higher number than needed to land exactly on the last number, their piece does not move and remains there until their next turn, when they can roll again.

Custom design and sizing is welcomed. Please contact us for more details.

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Jungle & Animal Board Game

Help the girl go through the jungle! Jungle & Animal is a board game similar to Snakes & Ladders but simpler. This is a board game for toddlers.

Each player rolls a die before the game starts, the player who throws the highest number will be the one to have the first turn. The players will move their pieces starting from 1, following the numbers on the board. If a player rolls a 6, then the player would move their piece six places. The first player that reaches the highest space on the board wins the game. To win the player will need to roll the exact number to get you to the last space. If the player rolls a higher number than needed to land exactly on the last number, their piece does not move and remains there until their next turn, when they can roll again.

Custom design and sizing is welcomed. Please contact us for more details.

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In the Sea Board Game

In the Sea is a board game similar to Snakes & Ladders but simpler. This is a board game for toddlers. Go from START to FINISH, the first player who reaches to the end wins.

Each player rolls a die before the game starts, the player who throws the highest number will be the one to have the first turn. The players will move their pieces starting from 1, following the numbers on the board. If a player rolls a 6, then the player would move their piece six places. The first player that reaches the highest space on the board wins the game. To win the player will need to roll the exact number to get you to the last space. If the player rolls a higher number than needed to land exactly on the last number, their piece does not move and remains there until their next turn, when they can roll again.

Custom design and sizing is welcomed. Please contact us for more details.

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Travel to the Space Board Game

Explore universe with Travel to the Space! It is a board game similar to Snakes & Ladders with the same rule.

When playing the game, pre-school children learn to develop the skills of counting and recognizing numbers. When landing on a ladder it’s the shortcut to speed to the end, but once landing on the snake’s head it’s going backwards sliding to the snake’s bottom which is further from the goal. The game is designed with the concept days of prosperity and adversity. It helps develop kid’s frustration tolerance that kids learn “One may not win even if he gets a head start; one may not lose if he goes behind.” Everyone may win or lose, but they can all have fun! The skills of human interaction can be practiced and children learn to deal with emotional frustration by transformation by playing the game.

Each player rolls a die before the game starts, the player who throws the highest number will be the one to have the first turn. The players will move their pieces starting from square 1, following the numbers on the board. If a player rolls a 6, then the player would move their piece six places. When one player lands on a top of a snake, their playing piece will slide down to the bottom of the snake. Whereas landing on the bottom of a snake the player will remain in the same spot until their next turn. When a player lands at the base of a ladder, it immediately climbs to the top of the ladder. Whereas landing at the top of a ladder the player will stay there until the next turn. The player does not move to the bottom of the ladder. The first player that reaches the highest space on the board wins the game. To win the player will need to roll the exact number to get you to the last space. If the player rolls a higher number than needed to land exactly on the last number, their piece does not move and remains there until their next turn, when they can roll again.

Custom design and sizing is welcomed. Please contact us for more details.

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Ludo Game Board Game

Ludo is a strategic dice flying chess board game for 2-4 players, in which players play their four pieces according to a single roll of dice. Ludo is derived from the Indian cross play game, but simpler (Pachisi evolved from the ancient Chausar game).

In North America, this flying chess game is also called Parcheesi.
In Spain, they call it "Parchís" or "Parkase" in Spanish and "Parxís" in Catalan.
In Brazil, Ludo is called "Fubica".
In France, it is named "Petits Chevaux" (little horse) or "Le Jeu de Dada" (Dada's game is the colloquialism of "horse"), usually with horse head work.

Game rules:
1. Each player has four pieces. The first player to make the four flying chess pieces reach the base camp wins the championship. The rest players continue to win the second and third places, while the last player to reach the base camp loses the game.
2. Only when the player rolls 6 points, can the flying chess piece be removed.
3. When the player rolls 6 points, they can get the extra ability to roll the dice.
4. If a player throws 6 points in three consecutive games, his/her round will be skipped.
5. The player must always move the pieces according to the number of points thrown. Skip is not allowed. If it is unable to move, the round will move to the next player.
6. If a piece arrives at the flying chess base camp, the player has extra power to roll the dice.
7. If a flying chess piece captures another player's flying chess piece, then the capturer gets an extra dice roll power.
8. These are the safe areas for all flying chess pieces, regardless of color.
9. Flying chess pieces must be removed and circled in a circle before they can enter the base camp.

Custom design and sizing is welcomed. Please contact us for more details.
Kuo Kau Paper Products Co., Ltd. is a leading Board Game & Card Game manufacturer and exporter in Taiwan, specialized in wide range of Board Game & Card Game. Our products enjoy well-reputation by the strict quality request. Our customer-focused attitude has empowered us the potential to win the trust of reputed clients of the market. Thanks to our extensive library of Board Game & Card Game solutions, we are confident that we can promptly provide satisfied samples for your review and approval. If you are interested in our Board Game & Card Game, please email us and we'll be in touch soon.