Six Field Kono is a larger variation of the Four Field Kono from Korea. Each player attempts to capture the other player’s game pieces by jumping over their own game piece and landing on the other player’s piece.
The game is played on a six by six point grid and lines connect directions of valid movement between these points.
Although the game is often described as being medieval, this assertion does not seem to be backed by evidence. It has, however, been recorded being played from the late 19th century onwards.

Each board is made of 11-ply premium ¾” (1.895 cm) thick Birch plywood for long-term durability. Since wood is a natural product, each board has a unique grain making it one-of-a-kind. The boards are sold as either unstained or stained. The stained boards are satin clear-coated for maximum protection and easy cleaning. Each game comes with two sets of distinctly colored game pieces as well as detailed rules and how-to-play instructions booklet. The colors of game pieces are subject to availability.


Dimensions: 31.375″ X 23.375, 79.7 cm X 59.4 cm
Average Weight: 9.15 lbs, 4.14 kgs
Board Stain Color: Dark Walnut

Made in USA