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  • Astonishing Limited Edition Playing Cards

    If you have an undeniable love for Japanese art and culture or love unique playing cards, then the Kami Playing Cards are the perfect addition to your collection. Each card is adorned with a masterpiece featuring lore and mythology reflecting the Shintoism religious beliefs. Carefully researched and culturally approved, Edia Studios put a great amount of craft and care into these cards. With high-end finishes, your new deck will provide an elegant touch to your next game night. ABOUT The team at Edia Studios brings you one of the most beautiful, Japanese-inspired playable luxury card decks you will ever find. Each card is an artistic masterpiece designed to delve deep into the ancient lore of Shintoism. FAQ What is Kickstarter? Kickstarter is a launchpad for creators to raise funds for the initial production of their invention. Backers (that's you!) can support the creator by pre-ordering the product at a discounted price. What does it mean to back a project (pledge)? When you back a project, you’re pre-ordering the product. That means you'll get it once it's produced. Besides getting the product itself, you're also joining a community. Follow along the production process, take part in important surveys and give the creator valuable feedback. Is this Kickstarter Exclusive? Yes! Kami is only limited to Kickstarter with the maximum print runs of each deck being KS limited, 1080 and 108 When will I get my Kami Decks? The decks are set to ship to Gamblers Warehouse by July/ August. This will then be fulfilled by Gamblers. Depending on your location, you'll get them sometime between September - October. Please note that this is an estimate, as you're pre-ordering the product and production delays could arise. Where do you ship? We ship worldwide! CL Message An artistic homage to Japanese art and culture