Mahjong Tile symbols are the characters and images used in the traditional Chinese game of Mahjong. Mahjong is a tile-based game that originated in China and is played by four players using a set of 144 tiles. Each tile is decorated with a symbol, character or image that represents a different suit, value or concept within the game.
There are three main types of Mahjong Tile symbols: suit symbols, honor symbols, and flower and season symbols. The suit symbols include bamboo, dots, and characters, each numbered from one to nine. The honor symbols include the four winds (north, east, south, and west) and the three dragons (red, green, and white). These symbols are not associated with any specific number value and are considered more important than the suit symbols.
The flower and season symbols are unique to Mahjong and are used in special bonus rounds or as a way to add extra points to a player's score. The four flower symbols include plum, orchid, chrysanthemum, and bamboo, while the four season symbols represent spring, summer, autumn, and winter.