Japanese Riichi Mahjong Set - White and Yellow Standard Size Tiles with Black Vinyl Case - with East Wind Tile, Set of Betting Sticks, & Dice


Play the exciting variation of Japanese mahjong and enjoy classic, quality craftsmanship with this neat and compact Riichi set.

  • Japanese Mahjong Set: The most commonly played variant in Japan and Europe and the chosen Mahjong version of the European Mahjong Association; Plays with "Riichi" scoring rules and "Dora" tiles which throws an extra element of luck and uncertainty into the mix for a thrilling game!
  • 144 Standard Size Tiles: Each white tile is cleanly contrasted against a yellow backside and measures 1 x 0.8 x 0.6 inch (2.6 x 2.0 x 1.6 centimeters); These scratch-resistant melamine tiles are marked with bright engraving to prevent rubbing off due to repeated play; Includes 36 circles, 36 bamboos, 36 characters, 12 dragons (red, green and white), 16 winds (north, south, east, west), 4 flowers, and 4 red fives
  • Ready-to-Play Set: Inclusive of four trays for tile storage, four dice, a set of betting sticks, and an east wind tessera (for determining seating placement); The compact black vinyl case measures 11.2 x 7.3 x 2 inches (28.5 x 18.5 x 5 centimeters); Entire set weighs 5.5 lbs(2.5kg)
  • Preferred Mahjong Version in Europe: Much like American Mahjong has its preferences, this modern variant of Japanese Mahjong is commonly played in Europe and is the chosen Mahjong version of the European Mahjong Association
  • Please note that these tiles are smaller than large size Japanese Mahjong tiles

Item YW-JM001-A
UPC 810126016072

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Zach Kramer

This tile set is gorgeous, meticulously packaged for shipping safety, and arrives on time. I may have to get the black tile set as well!! Love itttttt



Spencer Davis
Decent set, some minor issues.

Tiles have good weight and feel great to use. They make a nice, sleek sound when dragged across the mat. The vinyl case holds up okay if you pick it up like a textbook as opposed to using the handle. I have one or two complaints: Firstly, the dice are not of the best quality, not quite cubes (A minor detail as I already own plenty of dice). Second, there were some strange tile shards stuck inside some of the dot tile carvings (esp 1 dot) and I can't tell if trying to remove those will reveal an unpainted section or risk breaking the tiles. These issues are easily passable, and so I would probably still recommend this set.

William Slusarz

Solid set, I wish the bigger tile set was more in stock

Lucile Faulkner
Christmas gift

I have no idea because it is a gift