Japanese billiards is a game of skill and accuracy where you have to roll wooden balls into the holes on the table. You get different amount of points for different holes. There are 10 balls in total. What makes it exciting is that the table is slightly inclined, so you have to adjust the strength of your rolling accordingly. At the beginning of the game, all 10 balls are in the player's "pocket", after rolling they remain either in one of the holes or on the next tile. Thanks to this plate, it is easier to keep track of how many balls are still unrolled.
Japanese billiards can be played in several different ways:
OPTION 1: One player serves at the same time, rolls 10 balls and the points are added together.
OPTION 2: Two players go at the same time, keep track of who has how many points. In this case, instead of the ball limit, a time limit, e.g. 1-2 minutes, would be more reasonable. The set includes one Japanese pool table and 10 wooden balls.