So Says Japan: Food & Drink
A "survey says..." type guessing game based on Food and Drink survey questions. All the information in the cards has been recently gathered from Japanese men and women aged 18 - 30. Players may be shocked to find out what the most or least popular answers are!
As with all Tanuki games, communication and fun are central to their design. So Says Japan is also very fast to set up and extremely fun to play. With our free printable resources the game can scale from small to large classrooms. As well as to play the game, the cards can be used as conversation starters, writing aids and for speaking practice.
Each set of So Says Japan contains 52 unquie question cards, 3 cards with language aids to play the game with, and a rule book with a score sheet. You will need some small coins or tokens to play with.
Try our free Print and Play Version, our Christmas Version or this small sample of the first eight cards from Food and Drink. Click the images below to print larger PDF boards or to play our free sample with people.
Thank you if you have bought So Says Japan: Food and Drink. Below you can download a full set of the cards in a large format PDF. It is password protected. To access you need a four digit number. The first two digits are the percentage of people who think potato chips are the best snack. The second two digits are what percentage of people think salmon is the best sushi: