A game that “lightens your heart in 5 minutes” featured in the newspaper [ZEN tiles].
About a board game for one person to visualize one’s own mind
I want to try this.
I’d like to try this game to visualize my feelings.
3/5 #ZEN tiles
Woke up and felt bad that I’m the only one who has to think about feeding the kids. The blue sky I saw through the cloudy sky on my way to work was beautiful. Lunch was delicious. My son naturally participated in making dinner, and I was surprised to see that he served dashimaki eggs in response to my daughter’s request for egg dishes. He’s growing up so fast!
And a day in the life of a child.
I asked each of the kids to do their own thing as well. It was interesting to see what kind of day they had. It’s interesting.
I bought the ZEN Tile Solo. It’s the size of a business card and compact. It’s for one player, but you can play with multiple players as long as you have a chip for calculating the score, so I went with the smaller version.
Thursday, March 5 #ZEN tiles
Second day of vacation
Switched abruptly because I ran out of things to do.
(Checked my email didn’t come in.)
Many girls are off at Starbucks in the AM.
As soon as it became PM, the family arrived.
No more mokumoku-people
I bought some vegetables on the way home.
I tried to make a lot of things.
It’s fun to find new vegetables.
■I used my favorite hand towel.
For 5th/Mar/2020, I got rid of my work at a great pace and went into a trance.
The tenugui is “Magic; the Gathering 25th Anniversary”.
First time! #ZEN tiles
5 minutes to reflect on the day, and let it flow. Fun!
It would look great if I bought a luncheon. lol
■Featured in the Mainichi Newspaper!
Apparently there’s a board game called “5 Minutes to Lighten Your Heart.
Zen Tile Solo” is a game in which you lay out tiles that represent your feelings and look at yourself objectively. While smartphone games are in full swing, a unique analog game created by a board game lover in Fukui Prefecture is attracting attention as a “secret diary that only you can understand.
It’s a super simple diary with a quick recap of your days.
In my work, I have people with developmental disabilities do it, and they seem to be able to organize their feelings because they look back on their feelings in chronological order.
This article has been re-edited based on a tweet about ZEN tiles.
Thank you to everyone who tweeted about it.
This game is scheduled to on sale on Kickstarter.
You will experience mindfulness in this game.
ZENTiles is a game of Zen meditation from japan for 1–4 players.
You can find more information about the game at the link below.