Monopoly not cutting it anymore? Swing by 401 Games for some fun and quirky Japanese entertainment.


P40-2401 Games  Marketing & Social Media Coordinator Vicky:

1. What kind of Japanese products do you offer?

We sell a few imported figures and other merchandise, but we mostly specialize in card games and board games for the general audience.

2. What are your bestselling Japanese products?
For card games, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Pokémon are steady sellers. For board games, we sell a lot of simple and light “Japanese-inspired” games like Sushi Go! and Hanabi. Machi Koro—the dice-rolling, city-building game—is also pretty popular.

3. What game or product do you particularly like and recommend?

I really like Tokaido. Each player is a traveller, journeying from Kyoto to Edo (Tokyo), with the goal of having the best experiences possible. Beautifully illustrated, it’s really Zen and Japanese!



Adorable & collectable

Looking for some cute Nendoroids? Look no further. There are plenty of other imported figures as well.



Lots of Japanese-themed board games to choose from! Destroy cities (King of Tokyo), build ’em (Machi Koro), make fireworks (Hanabi) or eat sushi (Sushi Go!).



Choose from Japanese card games like Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokémon, Cardfight!! Vanguard, Force of Will and Weiss Schwarz. The latter in particular features crossovers of different anime series—perfect for the anime otaku!


401 Games

518 Yonge St., Toronto
TEL: 416-599-6446 | OPEN: Mon–Fri 9:30 am–9 pm
Sat 10 am–9 pm • Sun 11 am–8 pm

Located one block south of Yonge and Wellesley Streets, for years 401 Games has been the go-to store for Toronto’s gaming community. It sells sports cards, trading cards, board games and more. There’s also a dedicated playing space on the second floor for you to try out your new Japanese games!