Chinchirorin is a traditional Japanese dice game for 2 or more players. Derived from the Chinese game Sz'ng Luk, it is also known by other names, including See-Low, One-Two-Three, and Strung Flowers, just to name a few.
Chinchirorin gained a small degree of renown abroad after its inclusion as a 'mini-game' in several installations of the popular Playstation video game series 'Genso Suikoden' by Konami. The only components required are 3standard six-sided dice and a small bowl in which to roll them.
Players take turns making wagers, then rolling the dice to try to outscore each other. Very lucky rolls, called 'storms', can even multiply the wagers several fold. A common analogy compares Chinchirorin to an oriental version of 'craps'.