We have a rather curious case here. Aldough the cards to all appearences the cards look chinese, the name of the maker contains "の"- a japanese word, meaning "of". However, it is known that in taiwan, this character is sometimes used to replace 的, having an identical meaning, to give the brand a more exotic feel. Hence, if I did not err in the transcription, the maker's name is "house of games"
Another curious feature is the colour scheme. This deck replaces blue with black, and the 2s, 3s and 5s of coins are only printed in either red or green, onitting black/blue entirely
萬- wan or 10000s
The winds ( top, with "南"inverted) & dragons ( bottom) Again, black replaces blue
Some flowers. Note the different, more stylized carving