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Mame 14 Step Koyosegi
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Mame 14 Step Koyosegi

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the Box
DifficultyLevel 5 - Easy
BrandPuzzle Master
TypesMame, Mame Puzzle Boxes
DimensionsMame / 1 1/16 in x 1 1/4 in x 13/16 in / 4.3 cm x 3.2 cm x 2.1 cm
PackagingShrinkwrap

Product Description

This beautiful Japaneses puzzle box is the smallest of all the Japanese puzzle boxes (at just over 4 cm) and requires 14 moves to open it.  Made in the Koyosegi pattern. 

Japanese Wood Mosaic works are manufactured in Odawara,Hakone JAPAN. Natural colored wood materials are assembled together into a board with a beautiful mosaic pattern, and sheets of this board are pasted onto boxes for decoration.  There are approximately 60 different mosaic patterns. Japanese wood mosaic is called "Yosegi" (Koyosegi).

Because of the hand-made nature of the box, the picture or pattern may have slight variations.  Comes in a pressboard gift box.
Comes with a solution.

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    On Tuesday January 2nd Todd wrote,
Nice little puzzle box to carry in your pocket. As a magician, I keep a dime with a card prediction on it inside the box. After having a spectator select a card, I have then try and open the box. It is an interesting item for them to see. If they cannot, I help them, then have the dime drop out of the box with the prediction of their card onto their hand. Once the pattern to open the box is known, as with most other puzzle box, fairly easy to solve.