Take 1 card and up to 2 tiles.
Choose one of the face-up cards on the board and take it, along with any bonsai tiles shown below the card you draw:
a. If you draw the card in this position, you do not take any bonsai tiles.
b. If you draw the card in this position, you may take 1 wood or 1 leaf tile.
c. If you draw the card in this position, you may take 1 wood and 1 flower tile.
d. If you draw the card in this position, you may take 1 leaf and 1 fruit tile.
Take the bonsai tiles from the common supply and keep them in your personal supply. (Bonsai tiles are to be considered unlimited. In the improbable case you need extra tiles, use any suitable substitute.)
Finally, slide all face-up cards on the board to the right, so that the just vacated space gets filled, then draw the top card from the deck to refill the empty space to its right. Place the card you drew as described below:
a. Tool cards
b. Growth cards
Arrange your Growth cards to the right of the Seishi tile, fanning them out so that only the sidebar is visible (the bar that shows which tiles you can place with the Cultivate action). Arrange your Tool cards in a similar fashion, but to the left of the Seishi tile.
Keep your Helper and Master cards beside your Seishi tile in a single face-down pile, after performing their effects. Also, keep your Parchment cards in the same face-down pile: they will be scored at the game’s end.
Capacity limit: your Seishi tile shows that you can only keep a maximum of 5 tiles in your supply. If you have more than 5 tiles at the end of your turn, then you must discard tiles of your choice until you have 5. You can extend this limit by acquiring Tool cards.