Karakuri Lazy Wolf

Karakuri Lazy Wolf

Karakuri Lazy Wolf This fat and lazy wolf that is lounging on his back was designed by Osamu Kasho.  A little different from his previous work that he called “The Wolf from Grimm”, it also has a different solution.  It has a very simple move but is fun to try and find it.  Can you discover what you will find in the wolf’s belly this time? Japanese puzzle boxes are handmade with superb quality. They combine amazing artistry and design with the challenge of puzzle.  There is only one combination to open each box. Sides of the box move or slide to allow other pieces to move as well.  These actions, performed in the right combination will open the lid.  These beautiful boxes are perfect for gifts or wonderful as a conversation piece or keepsake. Because of the hand-made nature of the box, the picture or pattern may have slight variations. Comes packaged in a cardboard gift box and includes a solution.

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