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Karakuri - A Chance Meeting

$ 369.99 CAD Canadian Flag

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the Box
DifficultyLevel 6 - Tricky
BrandKarakuri Creation Group
TypesOther Japanese Puzzle Boxes, Other Japanese Puzzle Boxes, Tatsuo Miyamoto
Dimensions3 1/3 in x 3 1/3 in x 3 in / 8.5 cm x 8.5 cm x 7.5 cm
PackagingPressboard Gift Box

Product Description

This work is composed of three parts; the lower box, the top heart and the 3-leaf clover with three hearts. The lower part does not open freely and the top heart looks a bit lonely. In the middle the 3-leaf clover composed of 3 hearts is the same as the heart on top. Maybe people who are quick to understand have already noticed the answer. But can you move the devices as you think? I hope your own "Chance Meeting" will come to you soon!

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    On Sunday August 10th Parise Cote wrote,
We purchased this puzzle box to personalize the gift of money at a wedding and make it a bit interesting/challenging. The box was a great hit. since no one had heard of Japanese puzzle boxes before. Our only regret is having left the "how to "instructions with the box. We will purchase one again for other money giving gifts but next time we will not leave the instructions with the box but rather will keep them and if the box hasn't been opened in a week than they can contact us.