This article lists games that are variations on standard Hanafuda. Full rules for these games are not given here but on the game articles (if they exist).
Hanafuda has been produced in a tile format (like Mahjong) by various companies in Japan. These Hanafuda tiles (花札牌 hanafuda pai) are designed to be used to play standard games.
IROTORI is a game produced by YACO that uses a variation on the Hanafuda deck. The altered deck consists of a reduced set of 32 cards, having 4 cards in each of 8 “suits”.
Formosa Flowers is a board game published by Soso Studio that adapts the Hanafuda deck to Taiwanese flowers and customs, and comes with a fresh ruleset developed for the cards.
Hana-Awase: Japanese Flower MEMO
Hana-Awase is a tile-based version that uses the Hanafuda deck to play “memory”-style games. It has several levels of difficulty to suit children from ages 2 up.
The art was designed with consultation from Ebashi Takashi in order to produce art with colours consistent with traditional Japanese dye-making techniques.