Rohshi Keifuku(Master of Respect)
老師敬服 (Rohshi Keifuku) in English would be 'Master of Respect'.
In the game of Master of Respect, players are old masters of martial arts, and their goal is to expand their dojo, their training school, by assigning actions to their students, such as inviting a new student, training a student, and mastering a skill.
Each round, players secretly assign actions to their students. Then they take turns revealing and executing an action. When a player executing an action, other players may give a respect to that player to take the same action.
At the end of the game, players score victory points from respects given, resources remaining, students invited and trained, and skills mastered.
This is a resource management game with action programming mechanism. You need to plan several turns ahead, but sometimes you need to modify your plan in response to other players' actions for better outcome.
I would like to keep watching with interest how this game will impress overseas players.
Postscript: HobbyJAPAN will hold trial experience sessions of "Rohshi Keifuku" at Tokyo Game Market 2017 Autumn.