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|Object||Disassemble and reassemble|
|Difficulty||Level 6 - Tricky|
|Brand||Winshare Puzzles & Games|
|Types||More Wood Puzzles, Tsunetaro Yamanaka|
|Dimensions||4.45in x 2.64in x 2.52in / 11.3cm x 6.7cm x 6.4cm|
This Kumiki shape brain teaser wooden puzzle designed to resemble a Pig. In Japanese the word kumiki means "joining wood together" and refers to varieties of wood craft. In the puzzling world it refers to 3D interlocking wood puzzle that resembled a familiar shape like buildings, vehicles and animals, not just abstract shapes like spheres and cubes. Tsunetaro Yamanaka (1874-1954) from Japan was the first craftsman to develop the figural wooden interlocking puzzles known as kumiki.
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This puzzle is well made and looks nice, so it's a nice piece of decoration on a coffee table. However, I don't understand the difficulty rating (level 9) at all. This puzzle is like a children's jigsaw puzzle of 13 pieces, it's completely straightforward and there's no solving required at all. Difficulty level should be 5 or even N/A.