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Water Chestnut, traditionally known as ヒシ, is a common game in Asia that demotes the use of alcohol in drinking games. It is often played after eating wasabi-lathered sushi, both maki and nigiri, accompanied with a side dish of delicious pickled ginger. Water Chestnut dates back to the Qin Dynasty in 200 BC, where Emperor Li, and Paõ-lella, and Pe Rzan played against each other to determine land ownership in China. The game later permeated throughout Asia like wildfire to the commoners in Japan, where the game eventually evolved to many different varieties. Shogunates, farmers, and even the Last Samurai came up with there own unique versions of Water Chestnut, ヒシ.