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This area has had a history of Karakuri for more than 100 years.
Because of that, various works were made for many years, and have been favorites among many people.
It is this local industry, together with "Odawara Hakone Association of "Karakuri Puzzle" and throughout Japan", which pays attention to the mechanisms in the puzzles. This deepens the culture, as we try to plan the spread of interest in these puzzles, and compete in puzzle festivals. The goal of The Karakuri puzzle idea contest was to have a Karakuri puzzle which encouraged all Japanese to "think about an idea". This contest was held for the first time in 2009.
There were many contest applications from all over Japan.
A local craftsman made his production in consultation with a designer. The craftsman commented, "It was good to be able to make such pleasant work".
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Tako-Yaki

CO-1-1 Do you know "Takoyaki"?It is a Japanese popular dumpling which is made of wheat flour and octopus .
The model of this work is a Takoyaki pan for families. There is a locked drawer in the lower box of this work. There are 6 gTakoyakihbefore baking them on the iron plate. Rotate all thegTakoyakihand bake them completely.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen, from a selected idea of g1st Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.

Original idea by Katsuhiko Handa

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2009

size : 141 x 180 x 86 mm

material :  oak, wendge, teak, dogwood, walnut, etc.

After the rain

CO-1-2 There is a hint to solve this work in the title. This work isn't difficult to open.
After it rains, what do you do? When you open this box, you will find a pretty character inside the umbrella!! Play with this on the carpet, please.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen, from
selected idea in the g1st Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth

Original idea by Ayako Kunishima

Hand-crafted by Akio Kamei  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2009

size : 120 ~120~163 mm

material :  karin, oak, keyaki, etc.

Fruit pafe

CO-1-3 Oh, it looks delicious!!
Which part do you start to eat from?
Well, at first you shouldn't start from the cherry.
You need to solve 4 tricks to open the box.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen, from
selected idea in the g1st Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth

Original idea by Yoko Miyamoto

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2009

size : 84 ~116~179 mm

material :  oak, mizuki, baorossa, etc.

Lucky cat

CO-1-4 This is a lucky cat,"Maneki-neko". In Japan, this cat brings luck.
Maneki-neko doll is a Japanese popular lucky item. The cat and the cushion is connected. How do you take off each of them?
The coin is the hint. If you know the solution, it isn't difficult to open.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen, from selected idea in the g1st Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth

Original idea by Takuya Okada

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto, Yoh Kakuda   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2009

size : 124 ~124~149 mm

material :  mizuki, karin, walnut, keyaki, etc.

Mochi-tsuki

CO-1-5 "Mochi" is a Japanese popular style of rice cakes.
This work's motif is Japanese traditional rice cake.
Recently, many people make it by machine.
But most people think hand made rice cakes are better.

Can you make the rice cakes by using this work?

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen, from selected idea in the g1st Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth

Original idea by Minami Watanabe

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2009

size : morter 101~101~101mm, mallet16~76~101mm

material :  shiuri cherry, kastura, cloth,

Astronomical Telescope

CO-2-1 The tube of the telescope is the box.
Look through the telescope and search for a constellation.
When you can find the constellation, the box will open.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Group's craftsmen, from selected ideas of the " 2nd annual Karakuri Idea Contest"

Original idea by Miyuki Handa

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2010

size : 167~103~180 mm

material :  maple, walnut, birch, acril boad, etc..

Grand Piano

CO-2-2 Some white keys are "key". .....(seriously!)
Please play a beautiful chord.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Group's craftsmen, from selected ideas of the " 2nd Annual Karakuri Idea Contest"


Original idea by Hiroshi Yamamoto

Hand-crafted by Yoh Kakuda   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2010

size : 180 ~143~85 mm

material :  walnut, shiuri cherry, maple, wenge.

New Year

CO-2-3 There is a popular song for New Year in Japan.
The song is a big hint to open this box. You can move the top and the kite.
Please enjoy the atmosphere of Japanese style New Year.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Group's craftsman, from selected ideas of the " 2nd Annual Karakuri Idea Contest.test"

Original idea by Yoko Miyamoto

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2010

size : 200 ~110~47 mm

material :  red camphor tree, walnut, rengas, etc. ..

Vaulting Horse

CO-2-4 This work is one-twelfth the size of an original vaulting horse.
Let's try to jump this vaulting horse using a springboard!

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Group's craftsmen, from selected ideas of the " 2nd Annual Karakuri Idea Contest"

Original idea by Yuki Nishida

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2010

size : 106~80~100mm ivaulting horsej@80~50~28mm ijumping boadj

material :  shiuri cherry, ginkgo, cloth, etc.

Birdhouse

CO-2-5 There is a pretty bird in this birdhouse.
When you can see the pretty bird, you can open this box.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Group's craftsmen, from selected ideas of the " 2nd Annual Karakuri Idea Contest".

Original idea by Gou Kasai

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2010

size : 140~90~160 mm

material :  amur corktree, walnut, katsura, etc.

Brush the tooth!!@

CO-2-6 Oh! What a big tooth! Please brush this tooth clean!!
If you can clean the tooth, you can open the box.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Group's craftsmen, from selected ideas of the " 2nd Annual Karakuri Idea Contest"

Original idea by Mito Murase

Hand-crafted by Akio Kamei / Kanae Saito   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2010

size : 98~78~98mm(teethj@172~16~21mm(toothbrushj

material :  maple, karin, etc.

Drawer in drawer

CO-3-1 The Yosegi inlay is impressive. The original image of this work is a Japanese traditional style needlework box. Of course, the drawers will not open normally. The point that seems to move will not found. But, a bold device will wait for you. Finally, gsmallh drawers will be usable as practical use.

The simple and fine checks are easy to harmonize around, and we want to display it.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g3rd Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.

Original idea by Hideki Niwa

Karakuri designed by @ Hiroshi Iwahara
Hand-crafted by @Tsuchiya woodworking factory

created : 06/2011

size : 108~97~105 mm

material :  Japanese pagoda tree, walnut, dog wood, etc.

Pedestrian crossing

CO-3-2 When you cross the pedestrian crossing, please be careful about road safety. The figure a child cross the pedestrian crossing was expressed as a work directly. In case the child is careless about road safety, she wonft be able to cross the road. Also when the final cover opens, the state a child crosses the pedestrian crossing is expressed exquisitely with the Karakuri.

Can you imagine how the final cover opens?
This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g3rd Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.

Original idea by Seiji Masuike

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2011

size : 198~110~188 mm

material :  walnut, dog wood, karin, rose wood, cherry, etc.

Sea otter

CO-3-3 Contrary to the cute appearance, the mechanism is very elaborate. Speaking of a sea otter, we recall the lovely figure who breaks a shellfish. The figure and the habits right became this work. At first, maybe you will want to touch the shellfish, unintentionally. But, the sea otter itself must break the shellfish.
To realize it, you will come through some hardships. When the sea otter breaks the shellfish well, you will find the next devise to open the drawer.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g3rd Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.

Original idea by Yukiko Matsumoto

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2011

size : 222~100~64 mm

material :  shiuri cherry, walnut, maple, etc.

Flashlight

CO-3-4  It became a work like gkarakurih most. You will be able to enjoy the gKarakurih itself. gThough I changed the batteries, a flashlight is not turned on.h Donft you have such an experience? The experience of such all of you was expressed in this work.
The batteries set inside, and the button to turn on the flashlight are also used by the device. The gquality of flashlighth is a shining work.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g3rd Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.

Original idea by Shokan Handa

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2011

size : 170~96~105 mm

material :  angsana, cucumber tree, walnut, oak, etc.

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Dharuma doll

CO-3-5 You can make his eyes to goggle and revolve his nose.
Also you can make his eyebrows to rise and lower.
He is very expressive!
If you make him a certain look, you can open the drawer.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g3rd Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Akira Nishida

Hand-crafted by Yoh Kakuda  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2011

size : 66~145~130 mm

material :  karin, burs wood, ancient katsura, cherry, etc.

Miniature bulb

CO-4-1 This is designed as a miniature bulb which is in a socket.
If you look carefully, you will notice that the filament is cut.
In this state, this Karakuri box is locked. Wooden gears are used as the mechanismDThe glass (plastic) cover will not open.
Which part is the real cover? And how do you open it?


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g4th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Kouetsu Handa

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2012

size : 84~84~164 mm

material :  walnut, beech, padoauk, etc.

The folder

CO-4-2 The folder used in a personal computer has became a box.
Please open the folder using the cursor.@This work uses strong magnets.
Please do not keep credit cards or other magnetic objects nearby as it may demagnetize them.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g4th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Seiji Masuike

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2012

size : Folder 120~85~50mm@Carsor 87~56~30mm

material :  Japanese torreya, walnut, maple, etc.

Teapot

CO-4-3 This box is made to look like a famous Japanese iron kettle.
As you pour the hot water out, the mechanism is released.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g4th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.




Original idea by Yoko Miyamoto

Hand-crafted by Akio Kamei , Yoh Kakuda  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2012

size : 150~120~165 mm

material :  walnut

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Toilet

CO-4-4 As you can see, this is a toilet stool!
And so, a toilet shaped karakuri box has been made!
The toilet stool itself and the water tank are the compartments to be opened.
When you consider the next person who uses the rest room, you will be able to open the first box.
How about the second box?


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g4th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Kyoko Sueda

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2012

size : 95~125~165 mm

material :  walnut, maple, oak, etc.

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Karakuri Gum

CO-5-1 The idea of this work is an automatic gum dispenser using long flat stick gum.. The mechanism is simple.
You can put the chewing gum inside this box.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g5th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Takumi Horiguchi

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2013

size : 151 x 50 x 40 mm

material :  magnolia, cherry, maple,purple heart.

Crane box

CO-5-2 This was made in the shape of an origami crane. But it also has a secret compartment.
It was difficult to make this shape using straight lines.
But the mechanism is very easy.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g5th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.

Original idea by Kyoko Sueda

Hand-crafted by Akio Kamei  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2013

size : 220 x130 x 120 mm

material :  walnut

Stop the hot water!

CO-5-3 Fill the teacup with hot water from the thermos. But be careful to not let it overflow.
How can you turn it off?
Be careful not to scald yourself.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g5th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Syunsuke Ohno

Hand-crafted by Yoh Kakuda   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2013

size : 120 x 169 x 164 mm

material :  walnut, kobushi magnolia, oak, keyaki(zelkova)

Flowering of cherry blossom@

CO-5-4 Although the title of the work is eCherry Blossomf, I think the surface design looks more like a plum blossom.
The secret compartment is in the lower section.
As you move the devices, you will find the hidden meaning in this work.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g5th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Yoko Miyamoto

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2013

size : 104 x 104 x 84 mm

material : walnut, karin, keyaki, ancient keyaki, maple, magnoria

Twist

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CO-5-5 As the title etwistf states, you can solve this work with a gtwisth operation.
It takes five moves to solve. The moves are interesting.
This work seems to be good for the theme, gsquare Karakuri Boxh that was one of the themes of the contest.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g5th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Makoto Okada

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2013

size : 90 x 90 x 90mm

material :  shiuri cherry, keyaki

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TUNING OK!

CO-6-1 What do you need to do before you play the ukulele?
Tune it of course!
We put the designers name (Shime) on the headstock and the sound hole.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g6th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Masaya Shime

Hand-crafted by Yoh Kakuda   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2014

size : 91~260~55mm

material :  cherry, walnut, etc.

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Pinwheel

CO-6-2 It has movement called expansion.
The expansion type has good affinity with a mechanical box, and there are some precedents.
On the other hand, there is no box which uses contraction movement.
In this work, I changed my way of thinking and was able to use the contraction movement.
The mechanism is simple.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g6th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Yasuhiro Hashimoto

Hand-crafted by Hideaki  Kawashima  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2014

size : 99~99~66mm

material :  maple, walnut, magnolia

Karakuri tissue box

CO-6-3 This is a tissue box.
The tissue on the top is fake.
Once you discover how to open it you will find the real tissue inside.
Beautiful "Hakone Koyosegi" is on the top plate.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g6th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Hiroko Watanabe

Hand-crafted by Osamu Kasho   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2014

size : 157~103~69mm

material :  walnut, maple, magnolia, yosegi
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Unfasten

CO-6-4 The box is coiled with the band.
You have to unfasten it before you open the box.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g6th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Makoto Okada

Hand-crafted by Akio Kamei   (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2014

size : 88 x 88 x 87mm

material :  walnut, katsura

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OuchI

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CO-7-1 This foot represents a unique Japanese story.
Japanese people walk around their house without shoes on. So they sometimes hit their pinky toe against the corner of a piece of furniture in the room.
Someone declared, "I want to change the pain to laughter when I hit my foot on the corner of furniture". So the judges and the craftsman decided to make it.
It really hurts, but enjoy the laughter.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g7th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Tsuyoshi Nagasawa

Hand-crafted by Akio Kamei E Osamu Kasho (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2015

size : 177~78~72mm

material :  katsura, maple, walnut

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Valentine's Day
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CO-7-2 When a boy and girl fall in love, a drawer appears.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g7th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Mineo Kumagai

Hand-crafted by Tatsuo Miyamoto  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2015

size : 120~110~51mm

material :  cherry, karin, walnut

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Twin

CO-7-3 This Twin box is an improved secret box.
This box's mechanisms can't move singly.
When two boxes are combined, you will be able to use four storage spaces.
Now, what kind of shape do you make?

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g7th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Yasuhiro Hashimoto

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2015

size : 90~90~45mm (2pieces)

material :  cherry, walnut, keyaki(zelkova)

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Diffusion

CO-7-4 We designed a new structure for this work, to avoid the problem of humidity.
The movement is simple, but a lot of time and effort was spent making it.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g7th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Makoto Okada

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 05/2015

size : 90~90~90mm

material :  cherry, walnut, oak

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Fire extinguisher

CO-7-5 The hint to opening the box is how we use a fire extinguisher.
We used the same mechanism of the lever of the fire extinguishers.



This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g7th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Satoshi Moritani

Hand-crafted by Yoh Kakuda  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 07/2015

size : 148~230~75mm

material :  padoauk, wendge, ancient ash, etc.

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Please pay the fee

CO-7-6

The motif is an ATM money machine (Automated teller machine).
When you use an ATM to make a cash withdrawl, the drawer opens, you take out the money and a service fee is charged. When the drawer is closed, it will lock, and the fee will be removed from your account.
At least one coin is always left inside. This contradiction makes the puzzle fun.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g7th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Kyoko Sueda

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2015

size : 127~127~118mm

material :  oak, magnolia, maple, etc.

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Bend
CO-8-1

This Karakuri box has dynamic movement similar to etransformersf robots.
There are two storage spaces.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g8th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Makoto Okada

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2016

size : 140~75~60mm

material :  maple, purple heart



Sad-Tempura
CO-8-2

The tempura is too big and cannot fit on the dish.
However, it's a disappointing shrimp tempura.
You will get some sympathy.
The size of the storage is also disappointing.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g8th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Yasuhiro Hashimoto

Hand-crafted by Yoh Kakuda  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2016

size : 59~149~44 mm

material :  Japanese torreya, karin, cherry, maple, walnut, kobushi magnolia



Rock-Paper-Scissors
CO-8-3

This item is composed of three boxes. Usually, each box is locked. When any two boxes face each other, the box which lost the Rock-Paper-Scissors game will be unlocked. In the device, several magnets are used. It was designed by arranging the directions of the magnet well.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g8th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Satoshi Moritani

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2016

size : 80~80~78mm (1 box)

material :  maple, wendge, etc.





a hall in a pocket
CO-8-4

 

There are 2 mechanisms in this box.
You have to do something if you want the coin you throw inside to open the lid.



This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g8th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Kyoko Sueda

Hand-crafted by Osamu Kasho  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2016

size : 213~105~135 mm

material :  walnut, keyaki (zelkova), maple, magnolia




Palette

CO-9-1

There are red, blue and yellow paints on a palette. The handles of the three drawers are purple, orange and green. These paints can be moved with the image of mixing colors. You can open each drawer by mixing colors. Well, how do you open the purple drawer? The principle of the mechanism is "combination". The paints and handles were made of wood by using a turning lathe. They were painted to express gmixing colorsh well. Don't they look like wet paints?

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g9th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Yasuhiro Hashimoto

Hand-crafted by Hiroshi Iwahara  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2017

size :136~186~84 mm

material :  cherry, magnolia, mizuki (dogwood), keyaki(zelkova), sophora japonica, etc.




Four-leaf clover
CO-9-2

This box is easy to open. Just look for the four-leaf clover.
But the key is choosing the clover in the correct order. I struggled more than I expected I would with making this device to work ein orderf.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g9th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Miharu Suzuki

Hand-crafted by Akio KameiEKyoko Hoshino
  (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2017

size :150~100~68 mm

material : keyaki (zelkova), purple heart, magnolia




Organize crayons
CO-9-3

Crayons are the key to this box.
Please arrange the crayons in order.
This mechanism is similar to the pin tumbler lock device.
Used in the main body, American black cherry has a black line called "gum spot".
It is included in almost all works. Please understand.

This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g9th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Yosuke Tanaka

Hand-crafted by Hideaki Kawashima (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2017

size :175~95~45 mm

material : American black cherry, maple, purple heart, chanchin, keyaki (zelkova), magnolia, etc.





Compasses
CO-9-4

There is an unfinished circle on the box. Please finish drawing the circle.
Carefully, gently, do not hurry.


This work was produced by Karakuri Creation Groupfs craftsmen,
from a selected idea of g9th Karakuri Puzzle Idea Contesth.


Original idea by Moe Goto

Hand-crafted by@Yoh Kakuda (Karakuri Creation Group)

created : 06/2017

size :121~121~54 mm

material : keyaki (zelkova), wendge, maple, cherry

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