Game Shops in Tokyo

Game Shops in Tokyo

Sure, here is some more information about the places I mentioned:

  1. Yellow Submarine: This hobby shop chain has been around since 1986 and has multiple locations in Tokyo, as well as other cities throughout Japan. They carry a wide range of hobby products, including board games, card games, miniature games, and model kits. The staff is knowledgeable and can help you find what you’re looking for, even if you don’t speak Japanese. You can also find gaming tables and space for playing games at some of their stores.
  2. Little Tin Soldier: This store is located in the Akihabara district of Tokyo, which is known for its electronics and otaku culture. Little Tin Soldier specializes in wargaming products, including miniatures, terrain, rulebooks, and paints. They carry products from a variety of manufacturers, including Games Workshop, Privateer Press, and Corvus Belli. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and they can help you find the right products for your gaming needs. They also have a website where you can order products online if you can’t make it to the store in person.
  3. Games Workshop Tokyo: This is the official Games Workshop store in Tokyo, and it carries a variety of Warhammer products, including miniatures, rulebooks, paints, and accessories. They also host events and tournaments for Warhammer players, so it’s a great place to meet other gamers and get involved in the local gaming community. The staff is knowledgeable and can help you with painting techniques, army building, and gameplay.
  4. Mandarake: This chain of stores throughout Tokyo specializes in anime and manga merchandise, but they also carry a selection of wargames and miniatures. Their stores have a unique atmosphere and are worth a visit even if you’re not specifically looking for wargames. You can find vintage and hard-to-find items here, as well as new releases from popular manufacturers. They have several locations throughout Tokyo, so it’s easy to find one near you.

I hope this additional information helps you find the right place to buy wargames in Tokyo!

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The Lost Mine of Phandelver

The Lost Mine of Phandelver – Introduction – a D&D Adventure

5 hearty adventurers set out on a quest of dignity and honor to help their dear friend Gundren Rockseeker reclaim his people’s birthright and ensure the prosperity and security of Phandalin – if they can survive the dangers of the Lost Mine of Phandelver.

Your mutual friend, a dwarf named Gundren Rockseeker, has asked you to bring a wagon load of provisions to the rough-and-tumble settlement of Phandalin, a couple of days’ travel southeast of the city. Gundren was clearly excited and more than a little secretive about his reasons for the trip, saying only that he and his brothers had found “something big,” and that he’d pay you ten gold pieces each for escorting his supplies safely to Barthen’s Provisions, a trading post in Phandalin. You accept. He then set out ahead of you on horse, along with a warrior escort named Sildar Haliwinter, claiming he needed to arrive early to “take care of business.”

You are preparing to leave the city of Neverwinter. And it begins….

Lost Mine of Phandelver

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DnD Introductory Information & Links

Some helpful information for those that are new to Dungeons and Dragons.

Here are links to some info which might be of interest to beginning players.

Starter Set Rule Book

Web-based version of D&D 5e Basic Rules

Here is a video introduction to a DM taking a party of newbie players through a basic adventure
Starter Kit: D&D Edition

If you have 3 hours – Fun Introduction to both D&D and the Critical Role Campaign
Be warned, Your trip to Phandalin and the Sword Mountains will be vastly different…
Curious Beginnings | Critical Role | Campaign 2, Episode 1

Best D20 for Running a World War 2 Game


List of Various Bonus Actions for different characters.

On Making D&D Characters & More

On Making D&D Characters & More

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Some helpful links for D&D:

For Character Making: Make D&D Characters

The average is 5. Rounded up for health.

Character Sheets: Character Sheets

D&D Insider

This link will take you to a list of Druid spells, arranged by level.

At the top, you can sort the list alphabetically too.

Druid Spells:

DnD Basics

This is a resource listing:

5E Quick Reference:

And this is the D&D basic rules

And this is the basic

Step by step for the Druid class

Finally, a video discussing the class

Additionally, a glossary. Actually a dictionary- using almost-people words!