Machi Koro Organizer
Before building your city, build our organizer compatible with Machi Koro and Machi Koro: Bright Lights, Big City! Plenty of space for sleeved cards, a raised section for dice, and a removable bits box with acrylic top to show off how well your coins are organized.
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately)
This is a third-party accessory designed by The Broken Token. All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with The Broken Token.
- 8.88" x 8.88" x 2.69"
- 1.2 lbs
Due to manufacturing, printing, and edition differences box sizes can vary and may not be compatible with the version our kits were designed for. Please measure the bottom inside of your game box to confirm fit for the organizer dimensions listed above.
NOTE: This design only fits the standard cardboard box for Machi Koro (English 4th Edition) or Machi Koro: Bright Lights, Big City (English Edition). For the Machi Koro "Deluxe Edition" metal tin see ORG027.
Interior Card Rows: 7.128" x 3.72" x 2.691"
- Millionaire's Row
|Capacities are approximate and based on average card and sleeve thickness. Actual results may vary.|
Got this for Epic PVP
by Rich Frost
I picked this up for my Epic PVP game. I have both the fantasy and magic versions with all the expansions and addons. The Kickstarter box that came with it would not support sleeved cards so I used my old box and got this insert for it. It holds everything perfectly! Putting it together was a fun puzzle to work with. It went together pretty easily. I would recommend this to anyone. I will now have to get another for my wife's Machi Koro game.
Dice dividers didn't work very well for me
by Chuck Baker
The insert assembled easily and has move than enough room for the Machi Koro components. The fit of the component parts was very good.
The only negative was regarding the dice dividers. They weren't easy to insert, and didn't seem to lock in very well. It also doesn't look like they can be placed in the same location as the card dividers.
by Chris Horscroft
Shipment was amazingly fast (this one made it to Australia within five days from order placement). Assembly was easy thanks to the clear instructions. The organiser itself is efficient and fits neatly into the manufacturer's box. This is the only Broken Token organiser I have that has a Perspex element, and it has been nicely incorporated into the wooden design.
Machi Koro Organizer - easy to assemble
by Randolph Streich
I really enjoyed putting together my Machi Koro Organizer. The pieces arrived undamaged. The instructions were easy to follow. I was a little concerned when separating the pieces from their sprues but they popped out easily. I used white carpenter glue to really hold everything together.
The organizer has made it very easy to store all of the expansions of Machi Koro in the one box.
Another Great Organizer
by Jefrey Watts
Having purchased several organizers (Dead of Winter, King of Tokyo, Castle Panic), I must say that this organizer was the easiest to assemble. There's more than enough space for all the cards... in fact, I might be tempted to criticize that there's TOO MUCH space! Machi Koro would have to come out with numerous expansions or some additional "toys" before this organizer becomes obsolete.
My only true complaint, and this is a MINOR one at that, is that I wish the organizer had been perhaps a quarter of an inch shorter. Looks like the design could have handled it easily enough. The reason for this is so that the rules sheets for the game (and expansions) could sit inside the confines of the box. As it is, with the organizer flush with the top, the sheets could slide over the edge and get bent. Now, I readily admit this is a really picky thing to complain about, but with a place for everything else in the game, this seems like a tiny bit of an oversight.
Pro tip: Use a rubber mallet to help secure the pieces. With a mallet, I didn't need any glue and only one piece of tape!
Terrific storage solution
by Bobby Warren
I hated the insert in the Machi Koro box from the beginning and even after adding all the cards from the two expansions, the insert just doesn't work because there was too much room and the sleeved cards really don't fit well.
Then along comes The Broken Token with an insert that works wonderfully for storing the cards, keeping the starter decks separate, and having a tray for the cardboard tokens. The tray comes with a clear cover and it is stored on its side at the back of the box, so it takes up as little room as possible.
The only way the insert could have been better is if it was designed for one of the expansion boxes, though the tray would have to be redesigned. :)
by Jill Zimba
This was my 3rd broken token purchase and with each one I didn't think that I really needed it until I saw how much time was saved with using their products. The original game came with a decent organizer but broken token makes it that much better. Its nice to have the bits box that holds all the coins in one spot. Love the clear plastic lid for the bits box!! If your on the fence about getting it--trust me just do it you will not regret it. Putting it together takes a few minutes and some patience but is worth it.
Works for the Machi Koro Bright Lights, Big City Set
by Calvin Pulliam
I looked at the dimensions for the Target exclusive set and for this set and it worked as I imagined. Fits inside the BLBC box perfectly with room to spare. May want to consider taping or gluing the organizer to the box since it slides out easier than the original game.
RESPONSE: Thanks for the notes!!!
Great organizer, especially with sleeved cards
This was my third organizer from Broken Token. Everything was packaged nicely and popped out easily. I used sand paper on a couple joints that were a little tight upon fit up and then used a little bit of glue to hold everything together. The insert has plenty of room for sleeved cards and leaves room for more expansions as well. My only minor complaint is that the insert is just a little too tall because it doesn't allow room for the rule books and therefore doesn't seal the box closed all the way. Overall this is another great product.
Good kit, needs more deviders
by Baxter Johnson
I like this kit because I don't like the original insert. The cardboard tray is very nice and I love the lid for it. I would have liked to see a few more dividers provided in the kit, but understand why they weren't included. The tray along the middle for the dice is a bit odd. I guess people will add more dice to this game so everyone can have a set. Overall, it is a good kit and a doesn't need glue or tape to hold everything together.
Excellent organizer - but.
by Peter Cooke
This is my second Broken Token product - I think they produce excellent organizers for our games. The Machi Koro organizer comes flat packed and is real easy to put together.
Once constructed - takes 5 minutes - the organizer provides plenty of room to hold all your cards from the base game and the expansions. There are also 6 dividers to arrange them however you wish. There is a neat little platform to hold the dice and a well constructed box (with perspex cover) that slides in to the back of the organizer to hold all the counters from Machi Koro and its first two expansion.
I only needed a couple of small drops of glue to complete the counter box - everything else fit together so well no glue was necessary.
My only gripe is that one of the clips on the perspex lid broke very easily first time I went to open the box.Not a deal breaker but annoying all the same
Peter- We are so sorry to hear about the lid snapping. We would like to replace the lid for you. Please contact us at email@example.com so we can get that sent out to you!