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The name made more sense before Nintendo got into the video game business; it opened in 1889 to make hanafuda cards, a type of Japanese playing cards decorated with floral designs.
Nintendo started out more than 100 years ago as a company that made Japanese playing cards called hanafuda.
Among those belongings was an amazing collection of retro gaming hardware, once a glittering array of the medium's past, now a worthless pile of mud-soaked plastic and chipboards and rare Nintendo hanafuda cards.
When I say long before, I mean long before ... as in back to 1889 when the company was founded and they produced hanafuda cards.
We'll be right as rain once we can finally finish claiming our Nintendo hanafuda cards!