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Itsukushima sunset
© Epoch
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2542: Itsukushima sunset

A dramatic view of the great Torii of Itsukushima at sunset. This puzzle is quite a challenge: 2542 pieces "mostly purple"...

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E76019 (76-019 on box)
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Bittersweet thoughts
© Kayo Horaguchi

2542: Bittersweet thoughts (Horaguchi)

Apart from the usual whimsical girls, swans and other animals, the themes in this puzzle are dominated by giraffes and lemons. Oh, and pineapples...

Born in Tokyo, Kayo Horaguchi started her career as a clothing designer, and gained experience in textile design and graphic design in the fashion business, until going freelance in 2006 as an illustrator and artist.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E75032 (75-032 on box)
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Twixt night and morn
© Kayo Horaguchi

2542: Twixt night and morn (Horaguchi)

There is a wide colour range in this puzzle, and lots of distinct textures, so it is probably at the easier end of the Horaguchi range of 2542-piece puzzles.

Born in Tokyo, Kayo Horaguchi started her career as a clothing designer, and gained experience in textile design and graphic design in the fashion business, until going freelance in 2006 as an illustrator and artist.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E76023 (76-023 on box)
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Hakodate night view
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2542: Hakodate night view

Hakodate is an important port on Hokkaido as the gateway to the main island of Honshu. Positioned on an isthmus, the city is squeezed into neat outlines, between the sea and Mount Hakodate from which this photo is taken. This is a real "puzzler's puzzle": 2542 very small pieces, sea, sky, mountain, and lots of cityscape details, for a real challenge.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E76602 (76-602 on box)
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Oigawa railway in autumn
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2542: Oigawa railway in autumn

The Oigawa line is a private railway running from the Pacific coast mainline up into the foothills of the Southern Alps, and passing through some spectacular scenery.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E75026 (75-026 on box)
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Oirase rapids
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2542: Oirase rapids

The Oirase river flows out of Lake Towada east to the sea, and the steep descent provides a renowmed beauty spot. Here mountain azaleas provide splashes of colour amid the green.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E75502 (75-502 on box)
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Firework collection
© Epoch

2542: Firework collection

Japan has a long tradition of large-scale firework displays, and here is a collection of the many different types.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E76013 (76-013 on box)
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Shops and buggies
© Charles Wysocki

2542: Shops and buggies (Wysocki)

The American artist Charles Wysocki (1928-2002) was born in Detroit, but spent almost all his working life on the West Coast of the USA, in Los Angeles, and in Lake Arrowhead where he settled, just to the east.

His rather charming primitive style is instantly recognisable: full of warm wit, but rigidly refusing to comply with any conventional "rules" of perspective.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E75014 (75-014 on box)
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Aizuwakamatsu Castle
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2542: Aizu-wakamatsu Castle

Although this castle boasts a history stretching back more than 600 years, it was damaged in the Battle of Aizu — hostilities during the switch from the rule of the Shoguns to the Meiji restoration — and the main tower was destroyed by 1874. It was rebuilt (in reinforced concrete) in 1965, and finally in 2011 the black roof tiles were returned to the authentic red tiles from the time of its destruction. The castle grounds contain around a thousand cherry trees, and hydrangeas, as we see here.

The castle is in the modern city of Aizu-wakamatsu, after which it is usually named in English, but it is also known as Tsurugajô, or "Crane Castle".

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E76608 (76-608 on box)
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Fuji from Shizuoka
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2542: Mt. Fuji from Shizuoka

Fuji seen from the coast near Shizuoka, some 50 km away.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, many of the best views are from the north and east sides.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E76020 (76-020 on box)
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Furano flower fields
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2542: Furano flower fields

Hokkaido, the northern island of Japan, has a gentler topography, and climate ideal for flower growing. This view provides a wealth of colour, from the flower fields to the brightly sunlit patchwork landscape beyond.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2542 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E75506 (75-506 on box)
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Okumino
© Epoch
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2016: Okumino

To the varied textures of this traditional town vignette, two bangasa, Japanese oiled paper umbrellas, add brilliant splashes of colour.

Okumino is part of the old kuni division of Mino, and lies in the foothills to the west of the Japan Alps — this view is in the town of Gujo-Hachiman.

Photo: Yamanashi Katsuhiro

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23581 (23-581 on box)
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Aizuwakamatsu Castle
© Masato Tsubaki
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2016: Aizu-wakamatsu Castle

Although this castle boasts a history stretching back more than 600 years, it was damaged in the Battle of Aizu — hostilities during the switch from the rule of the Shoguns to the Meiji restoration — and the main tower was destroyed by 1874. It was rebuilt (in reinforced concrete) in 1965, and finally in 2011 the black roof tiles were returned to the authentic red tiles from the time of its destruction. The castle grounds contain around a thousand cherry trees, one of which frames the view here.

The castle is in the modern city of Aizu-wakamatsu, after which it is usually named in English, but it is also known as Tsurugajô, or "Crane Castle".

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23575 (23-575 on box)
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Kappa bridge, Japan Alps
© Imamura Yutaka
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2016: Kappa bridge, Japan Alps

This wooden suspension bridge is a landmark of the Kamikochi resort area in the Japan alps, and its span of some 30 metres carries hikers across Azusagawa river. Beyond can be seen some of Japan's most majestic mountains.

The bridge is named for the mythical water-creature, the kappa, which is said to live in deep clear waters such as these.

Wikipedia article on Kappa

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23547 (23-547 on box)
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Window lights the shape of sugar cubes
© Kayo Horaguchi

2016: Window lights the shape of sugar cubes (Horaguchi)

The usual cacophony of plants and animals, this puzzle particularly features cats, teapot carriages, and mushrooms.

Born in Tokyo, Kayo Horaguchi started her career as a clothing designer, and gained experience in textile design and graphic design in the fashion business, until going freelance in 2006 as an illustrator and artist.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23085 (23-085 on box)
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Freedom in the moonlight
© Lassen

2016: Freedom in the moonlight (Lassen)

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E27302 (27-302 on box)
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Matchless beauty
© Maki Mizuno

2016: Matchless beauty

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23053 (23-053 on box)
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Ama-no-hashidate
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2016: Ama-no-hashidate

Azaleas make a bright foreground to this view along Ama-no-hashidate. This is one of the natural wonders of Japan, a natural sand spit formation that almost closes the mouth of Miyazu bay, and is covered by a ribbon of old pine trees.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23574 (23-574 on box)
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Yokohama Bay Bridge
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2016: Yokohama Bay Bridge

A dramatic view of one of the links in the bay part of the expressway circling the Tokyo-Yokohama metropolis. This is a cable-stayed suspension bridge, a type which became more common with the development of more advanced computer modelling technology around the end of the twentieth century.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23585 (23-585 on box)
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Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi
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2016: Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi

Mount Fuji seen from a lavender field, across Lake Kawaguchi, to the north of the mountain.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23551 (23-551 on box)
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Symphometry
© Kagaya

2014: Symphony in symmetry (Kagaya)

The symmetry of Mount Fuji and its reflection is complemented by the pair of swans on the lakeside in this peaceful sunset scene. This is from Kagaya's Hoshi-biyori series ("The star-studded sky"): the original title is Shinfometorii, a combination of "symphony" and "symmetry" which doesn't really work in English.

Born in Saitama (just north of Tokyo) in 1968, Kagaya spent his childhood in wonderment of the stars in the sky, and never stopped painting them. He has had a successful career as an illustrator for astronomical books and magazines, and many of his works have been turned into jigsaw puzzles, among other products. Since 1996, he has worked exclusively in the digital medium, using a Macintosh. Perhaps that is why he does not appear to sign his pictures.

He goes by his family name; his given name appears to be Yutaka, but in English you will also find him called Joh Kagaya (Jô is the Chinese reading of his name).

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A Yanoman puzzle: 2014 pieces; 62 x 45 cm (24" x 18")
Code: Y2211 (22-11 on box)
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Lily beauty
© Haruyo

1518: Lily beauty (Haruyo)

Against a subdued background, Haruyo portrays a figure in a floral patterned kimono in rich colours. The model holds a single lily bloom, but there are more at her feet. These lilies are common in Japan, and are called yuri.

This puzzle can be combined with the Wisteria puzzle (code E18017) to make a 3000+ piece panel.

The artist Morita Haruyo studied both Japanese art and kimono design, and she combines these with elements of her own Western-influenced technique. (She travelled to London in 1977, exactly the year I [Brian Chandler] first came to Tokyo.)

Morita is her family name: she follows the tradition of signing - and sealing - paintings with her given name only.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1518 pieces; 34 x 102 cm (13" x 40")
Code: E18018 (18-018 on box)
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Mt. Fuji from Oshino
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1500: Fuji from Oshino

Fuji towers above the village of Oshino, with its preserved old cottages and placid millpond.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below the mountain, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1500 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E15501 (15-501 on box)
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Agemaki
© Studio Morita / Studio Oz Inc

1053: Agemaki (Haruyo)

Agemaki is the courtesan in the classic kabuki play Sukeroku yukari no Edo zakura, a story of her suicide pact with her lover Sukeroku. Here Haruyo portrays her in gorgeous pose on her ornate multi-layered kimono.

The artist Morita Haruyo studied both Japanese art and kimono design, and she combines these with elements of her own Western-influenced technique. (She travelled to London in 1977, exactly the year I [Brian Chandler] first came to Tokyo.)

Morita is her family name: she follows the tradition of signing - and sealing - paintings with her given name only.

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An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: P49703 (49-703 on box)
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Kenrokuen in snow
© Apollo
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1053: Kenroku-en in snow

The famous garden, dating back to the 16th century, in winter garb. In the foreground is the stone lantern, perhaps the best known of its type. The tree "umbrellas" are ropes supporting the branches of ancient pines, under the weight of snow.

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An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P47612 (47-612 on box)
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The four protector-gods
© Harai Kayomi / Studio Oz

1053: The four protector-gods (Kayomi)

The four gods, the white tiger and blue dragon to west and east, Genbu the entwined snake/turtle to the north, and a splendidly flamboyant Suzaku (the red bird) occupying the foreground. All this in Kayomi's distinctive warm tones making a rich and impressive picture.

No biographical details available. She signs her given name Kayomi in Roman letters.

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An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P49701 (49-701 on box)
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Azumino
© Apollo
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1053: Azumino

An idyllic rural scene high in the Northern Alps. But this particular view is very well known, because the water mill was featured in Yume (Dream), the film by Kurosawa Akira.

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An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P49402 (49-402 on box)
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Birth of Venus

1053: Birth of Venus (Botticelli)

The goddess of love emerges — fully adult — from the sea on a giant clamshell...

Sandro Botticelli, 1445 - 1510, renowned Italian Renaissance painter.

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An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P49617 (49-617 on box)
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Gokayama irises
© Apollo
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1053: Gokayama irises

Irises line the paddy fields in this preserved village of the traditional mountain houses, high above Toyama.

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An Apollo puzzle: 1053 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P49614 (49-614 on box)
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The bird of good omen
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1000: The bird of good omen

A gorgeous historical screen painting from the Kanō school (late Edo period, 18th or 19th century): a number of birds parade in surroundings of peonies and plum blossoms, with a backdrop of rather abstract mountain scenery.

This will not be an easy puzzle, given the considerable area of golden brown background, but it will surely be interestingly different.

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Wikipedia article on the Kanō school

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A Road puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: RS11140 (RS-11-140 on box)
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Moonflower
© Haruyo

1000: Moonflower (Haruyo)

A courtesan shows off a lush purple kimono adorned with flowers, peacock feathers, and butterflies. Over the background lotus pond looms a huge crescent moon..

This puzzle forms a pair with Starflower (E11429): you can combine the two for a full-size 2000-piece puzzle.

The artist Morita Haruyo studied both Japanese art and kimono design, and she combines these with elements of her own Western-influenced technique. (She travelled to London in 1977, exactly the year I [Brian Chandler] first came to Tokyo.)

Morita is her family name: she follows the tradition of signing - and sealing - paintings with her given name only.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1000 pieces; 50 x 75 cm (20" x 30")
Code: E11430 (11-430 on box)
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Kaguya-hime
© Ozuma Kaname

1000: Kaguya-hime (Kaname)

With a huge full moon as backdrop, Kaguyahime ("Princess of the shining night") has a pensive look. The story of which she is heroine, the "Bamboo cutter's tale", dates back a thousand years, to the great cultural flowering that was the Heian period. In the story, she was found as a tiny baby inside a bamboo trunk.

As we see, a beauty of that time wore her eyebrows high, and her hair exceedingly long. She also spared no expense on her kimono.

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Good articles at Wikipedia: The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter - Heian period

The painter Ozuma Kaname was born in 1939, in Niigata. He studied traditional Japanese art, and his pictures are generally based on traditional themes.

Ozuma is his family name: he signs paintings with the single character of his given name only.

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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10339 (1000-339 on box)
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Hônen-in
© Mizuno Katsuhiko
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1000: Hônen-in (Mizuno)

This temple was built in the Edo period (roughly 1600-1850) to honour Hônen, who was a much earlier Buddhist teacher. This is the central court, the "yard" of the temple head (not quite literally a yard, but hôjô, a square of side ten Japanese feet); the bridge over the pond symbolises the interval between "this world" and "the other world". The rooms we see feature some spectacular screen paintings, and are sometimes used as a venue for concerts.

What does the name mean?
hô
law
nen
thus
in
temple

Sorry: the gloss is rather mysterious, but after all, it is a personal name.

Born in Kyoto in 1941, Mizuno Katsuhiko earned a degree in literature from Doshisha University in 1964. Since 1969 he has worked as a freelance photographer, in a lifelong quest to capture the essence of Japanese tradition in his native city, and resulting in publication of some one hundred books of his photographs.

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Ties between Man and Dragon (Earthsea)
© Nibariki

1000: Ties between Man and Dragon (Earthsea) (Ghibli)

Tales from Earthsea (2006) is loosely based on the stories by Ursula K. Le Guin - the Japanese title is Gedo Senki, or "Ged's War Chronicles" after the master wizard Ged in the story. This was the first animation directed by Gorō Miyazaki, son of Hayao Miyazaki.

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Founded by Hayao Miyazaki in 1985, Studio Ghibli is an animation film studio which has produced a string of internationally acclaimed full-length feature animations. We also include Miyazaki's earlier work, films such as Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, produced by the forerunner company Topcraft.

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Code: N10251 (1000-251 on box)
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Peacock legend
© Takeuchi Hakuga

1000: Peacock legend (Hakuga)

A total of three birds display their plumage in a florid setting. The peacock has been revered since ancient days in India, for its usefulness in eating poisonous snakes.

The artist was born in 1948, in Niigata. After working for a textile company, he went independent as a textile designer. He has his own individual drawing style, bringing a fresh approach to many traditional art themes.

He goes by his given name, Hakuga, in the traditional way, signing his paintings in a stylised, but non-cursive form.

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Code: RS11268 (RS-11-268 on box)
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Alice's adventures in Wonderland
© Macmillan

1000: Alice's adventures in Wonderland (Tenniel)

A collection of the original illustrations for Lewis Carroll's Alice, which have been coloured for the publishers Macmillan.

Sir John Tenniel (1820–1914) was the English Victorian illustrator famous for his cartoons in Punch and for the illustrations to Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass.

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The Starry Night

1000: The Starry Night (van Goch)

One of van Gogh's late masterpieces, The Starry Night was painted in June 1889, and shows the night view from the sanatorium in Arles (southern France) where the artist was staying.

Vincent van Goch, 1853 – 1890, unique Dutch post-Impressionist painter.

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Arukana blanc
© Shu Mizoguchi

1000: Arcana blanc (Shu)

A dove alights on the raised hand of this innocent young girl, in her surroundings of the palest of pink roses.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Kingdom Hearts dream drop distance
© Disney

1000: Kingdom Hearts dream drop distance (Disney)

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

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Code: TDS10765 (DS-1000-765 on box)
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Glittering gifts
© Disney

1000: Glittering gifts (Disney)

Crystal Season: a collage of scenes from the Disney movies, ancient and modern...

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Code: TD10467 (D-1000-467 on box)
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Melodia
© Shu Mizoguchi

1000: Melodia (Shu)

A young girl plays the harp, whose magical sound attracts a group of bunny rabbits to her feet...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Japanese family crests
© Appleone

1000: Japanese family crests

A total of 220 traditional family crests, or mon appear in this collection, presented as wood carvings. Some particularly significant ones appear in the centre - including the sixteen-petal chrysanthemum that is the mark of the Japanese Imperial Family (2nd from top), and the hollyhock crest of the Tokugawa Shogunate (2nd from bottom).

Rather like the coat of arms in Europe, these crests are now used almost entirely for decorative purposes. Incidentally, the red seal in the middle of the picture simply says "Collection of family crests" in stylised form.

Detail

Wikipedia article: Mon (badge)

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Korakuen iris garden
© Epoch
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1000: Korakuen iris garden

A splendid bed of irises in the famouse Korakuen gardens in Okayama. For this challenging puzzle, you will need to rely on subtle changes of colour and perspective from foreground to background.

Photo: Kurota Sekio

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Nutcracker sweet
© Shu Mizoguchi

1000: Nutcracker sweet (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Summer holiday
© Gainax

1000: Summer holiday

Rei and Asuka are both 14, and principal characters in the Evangelion TV anime series from 1995-96.

The original title is Shin-seiki Evangelion, literally "New Century Evangelion", but the standard English name used for the series is Neon Genesis Evangelion.

Here's one of many website guides: Neon Genesis Evangelion

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Code: Y101006 (10-1006 on box)
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Klytia
© Shu Mizoguchi

1000: Klytia (Shu)

A scene of fantasy, as fish and dolphins entwine with the central fairy, in a setting of classical architecture.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Code: A10461 (1000-461 on box)
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Gold and silver snakes
© Izumi Kazumi

1000: Gold and silver snakes (Kazumi)

Benzaiten, goddess of eloquence, sits with her traditional biwa (a Japanese lute), evidently charming the golden snake in front of her and the silver one wrapped around the pine tree behind here. The pile of treasure beside her testifies to the worldly wealth promised here, and various other auspicious items complete the scene.

Wikipedia article on Benzaiten

Izumi Kazumi is an animal artist who graduated from Osaka University fine arts department in 1984. Izumi is her family name.

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Stepped paddies
© Epoch
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1000: Stepped paddies

A dramatic view of paddy terraces high in the mountains. Views like this are actually rare in Japan, because the fertile coastal plains have always provided the bulk of the rice crop.

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Tiger
© Ozuma Kaname

1000: Wild tiger (Kaname)

The tiger is a traditional symbol of strength, and is revered as a harbinger of safety and good fortune. Kaname's portrayal is naturalistic, but powerful.

Detail

The painter Ozuma Kaname was born in 1939, in Niigata. He studied traditional Japanese art, and his pictures are generally based on traditional themes.

Ozuma is his family name: he signs paintings with the single character of his given name only.

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In the orchard (Anne of Green Gables)
© Nippon Animation

1000: In the orchard (Anne of Green Gables)

A scene from the Nippon Animation version of Anne of Green Gables, rendered as an oil painting by Tan Xiaoyong. The stories are based on the series of books by the Canadian, Lucy Maud Montgomery, set in Prince Edward Island and published in the early twentieth century.

The Japanese TV animation series was made in 1979; its title is Akage-no-An ("red-haired Anne"), referring to the principal character — strictly speaking "Anne of Green Gables" is the title of the first book in the series.

The artist Tan Xiaoyong was born in Chongqing, China, but moved to Japan in 1992 and now lives in Tokyo. He is active in many other fields of illustration as well as anime.

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Azumino
© Beverly Enterprises
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1000: Azumino

An idyllic rural scene high in the Northern Alps. But this particular view is very well known, because the water mill was featured in Yume (Dream), the film by Kurosawa Akira.

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Prince Shōtoku
© Omori Shuka

1000: Prince Shōtoku (Shuka)

A historical character, dating back to the sixth century, Shōtoku is surely best known, at least to newcomers to Japan, for appearing on the 10,000-yen note. Here he stands in splendid isolation, holding his shaku or ritual baton, and also wearing a sword. He is surrounded by plants and other auspicious objects, including the pagoda of Hōryū-ji, a temple he is said to have founded. He was very impressed by Chinese Buddhism, had a large influence in creating a constitution based on law — the writing at the top (in Chinese) begins with his famous maxim "Value peace above all" (以和為貴).

No biographical details for the artist Omori Shuka (properly Ōmori Shūka), a traditional craft-artist who signs his work with his brush-name Shuka and a seal of the same.

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Peach blossom angel
© Haruyo

1000: Peach blossom angel (Haruyo)

Haruyo depicts this heavenly swirling figure with panache. With a name no doubt derived from the ancient Chinese legend of the the Peach Blossom Spring, this flying creature is more properly a tennyo, a kind of heavenly messenger whose origins are lost in the mists of India.

Wikipedia articles on The Peach Blossom Spring and tennyo

The artist Morita Haruyo studied both Japanese art and kimono design, and she combines these with elements of her own Western-influenced technique. (She travelled to London in 1977, exactly the year I [Brian Chandler] first came to Tokyo.)

Morita is her family name: she follows the tradition of signing - and sealing - paintings with her given name only.

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Code: E11460 (11-460 on box)
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Tulips in the waterwheel park, Toyama
© Beverly Enterprises
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1000: Tulips in the waterwheel park, Toyama

A dazzling display of tulips in this park in Tonami (Toyama Prefecture) — and more interest is provided by the five huge waterwheels, the largest 5.5 m in diameter.

Detail

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Longmen Gorge
© Izumi Kazumi

1000: Longmen Gorge (Kazumi)

A rather jolly illustration of the origin of dragons. We see three carp, one making the giant leap up a waterfall, where success means becoming a real fiery dragon just as we see at the top. The origin of this story is supposed to be a gorge on the Yellow Rive in China, but here the artist has given us somewhat fanciful topography, as the river wends its way down the ridge of a mountain.

There is plenty of variation in this puzzle: the bright azaleas and pine trees keep the background interesting, and particularly the dragon is a lively, finely drawn creature.

Izumi Kazumi is an animal artist who graduated from Osaka University fine arts department in 1984. Izumi is her family name.

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Hometown Jizo
© Kuroiwa Toyotaka

1000: Hometown Jizo (Kuroiwa)

The six Jizo figures in an idyllic country scene...

Kiyorakana kawa / sumiwataru sora / Arigatou / furusato
Limpid stream and clear sky... Thank you, my hometown

The artist was born in Nagano in 1947, and specialises in Buddhist themes, with a distinctive whimsically warm style. (Kuroiwa is his family name - he signs his pictures with a stylised seal of his given name, Toyotaka.)

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Good luck!
© Izumi Kazumi

1000: Good luck! (Kazumi)

Kannon sits on a lotus blossom observing this peaceful scene: the white horse has emerged from the golden gourd as if from Aladdin's lamp. The picture is full of symbols of riches, and not one horse, but nine in total — the uma-ku iku in the original title is written "horse-nine go", but is an auspicious pun on the ordinary word umaku, meaning "(go) well".

Izumi Kazumi is an animal artist who graduated from Osaka University fine arts department in 1984. Izumi is her family name.

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Historical Japanese coins
© Appleone

1000: Historical Japanese coins

An amazing collection of coins dating from 1668 to 1917 - shown on the puzzle itself at approximately actual size.

The back of the box has a key (in Japanese) to each coin, including the dates it was issued, and details of the composition and weight...

Translation guide
品位Composition (parts of gold, silver, etc)
Gold
Silver
Copper/bronze
量目Weight (in grams)
New
Old
Yen (currency unit from 1870)
Sen (1/100th of a yen)
不明Unknown

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Le Bal au Moulin de la Galette

1000: Le Bal au Moulin de la Galette (Renoir)

A lively dance in progress - Renoir's masterpiece.

Renoir, 1841 - 1919, was a leading figure in the impressionist movement in Paris.

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Jizo reminiscence
© Kuroiwa Toyotaka

1000: Jizo reminiscence (Kuroiwa)

The countryside in spring — brilliant yellow rapeseed flowers contrasting with the palest cherry blossom, and the six Jizo figures in the foreground. The haiku reads...

Kaeri-michi / na-no-hana-batake to / tooi sora
The homeward way, yellow rapeseed flowers, and distant sky

The artist was born in Nagano in 1947, and specialises in Buddhist themes, with a distinctive whimsically warm style. (Kuroiwa is his family name - he signs his pictures with a stylised seal of his given name, Toyotaka.)

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Achala
© Shibuya Sofu

1000: Achala

Achala is one of the Five Wisdom Kings, a bright blue figure with a fierce expression and a background of fire. He is know in Japan as Fudo, which is a translation of the meaning of Achala, "immoveable", symbolised by his seat on a solid rock. Around him is written a sutra in the Siddham script brought from India more than a thousand years ago and now only used in East Asia for Buddhist scriptures.

The subject may be from South Asia, but the painting style is unmistakeably Japanese, the breaking waves in particular strongly reminiscent of Hokusai and the other woodblock artists.

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Seven lucky gods
© Ishikawa Mari

1000: Seven lucky gods (Mari)

The main caption (満願七福神 man-gan-shichi-fuku-jin) means literally "All wishes (come true) seven lucky gods", and they are all listed with their specialities: long life, riches, health, and so on. As always, they arrive in the treasure boat...

Born in 1968, Ishikawa Mari is a successful commercial illustrator. Fond of traditional Japanese styles, she produces work with a combination of calligraphy and art in a very jolly manner. Ishikawa is her family name.

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Code: A10639 (1000-639 on box)
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Zodiac Buddhas
© Ishikawa Mari

1000: Zodiac Buddhas (Mari)

The twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac, accompanied by eight Boddhisattvas, all looking very jolly.

Born in 1968, Ishikawa Mari is a successful commercial illustrator. Fond of traditional Japanese styles, she produces work with a combination of calligraphy and art in a very jolly manner. Ishikawa is her family name.

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The Tower of Babel

1000: The Tower of Babel (Bruegel)

Lots of intricate detail in this classic portrayal of the bibical story...

Flemish Renaissance painter and printmaker Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c. 1525–1569) was nicknamed the "Peasant Bruegel" because of his many peasant scenes and his penchant for wearing peasant clothes while mingling among them for inspiration.

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Code: B100159 (100-159 on box)
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Kirishima shrine
© Epoch
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1000: Kirishima shrine

Restrained, yet shapely, this large Shinto shrine complex nestles in graceful woods. Its full title is Kirishima-jingû, indicating a more important location than the usual -jinja, and indeed this site holds a number of national treasures.

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Code: E10725 (10-725 on box)
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Afternoon moment
© Kayo Horaguchi

1000: Afternoon moment (Horaguchi)

A pleasant afternoon chatting and shopping with friends is one of the essentials of happiness, says the artist. There are clothes to be seen in plenty, and some animals, parrots and a large dog, an old treadle sewing machine, and goodness! Are those penguins with shopping bags?

Born in Tokyo, Kayo Horaguchi started her career as a clothing designer, and gained experience in textile design and graphic design in the fashion business, until going freelance in 2006 as an illustrator and artist.

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Code: E11441 (11-441 on box)
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Mona Lisa

1000: Mona Lisa (Leonardo)

Leonardo's enigmatic lady... painted around 1502-1506, and also known as La Gioconda.

Leonardo da Vinci, Italian, 1452 – 1519, perhaps the most famous painter who ever lived, was also a prolific inventor, scientist, and engineer.

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A Beverly puzzle: 1000 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: BM71836 (M71-836 on box)
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Tower Bridge
© Seibi-sha

1000: Tower Bridge (Yamashita)

The artist made a tour of Europe in 1961, resulting in a series of depictions of landmarks such as Tower Bridge in London.

Born in 1922 in Tokyo, Yamashita had a troubled childhood: - after a bullying incident at school involving a knife, he was classified as mentally handicapped, and placed in an institution. His genius for creating harie (pasted paper pictures) was soon realised, though, and eventually he featured in many exhibitions across Japan. He remained an eccentric: from 1940 to 1954 he roamed the country wearing only an undershirt (it is said), earning himself the moniker of "The naked artist wanderer". Although he travelled widely seeking material, including an extended tour of Europe in 1961, it seems he did not work in the field, but would return to his studio and create images entirely from memory. He died in 1971 at the early age of 49.

His story has been dramatised a number of times, in the 1956 film known as "The naked general" and later television series.

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Code: Y101262 (10-1262 on box)
Normally ¥3000 - special offer 5% off: ¥2850 (approx. US$26.15 €21.76 £19.39)
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Forest gathering
© Saito Shuichi

1000: Forest gathering (Saito)

The forest is decked in garlands as all the animals gather for a celebration...

Born in Miyagi (northern Japan) and now living in Tokyo, Saito has worked as a commercial designer and illustrator, specialising in the natural world. Properly his name is Romanised as Saitō Shūichi, and Saitō is his family name.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E11452 (11-452 on box)
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Happy dog life
© Saito Shuichi

1000: Happy dog life (Saito)

Dogs of all kinds and sizes are arranged around the central fountain...

Born in Miyagi (northern Japan) and now living in Tokyo, Saito has worked as a commercial designer and illustrator, specialising in the natural world. Properly his name is Romanised as Saitō Shūichi, and Saitō is his family name.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E11481 (11-481 on box)
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Cast my thoughts on the flow of colours
© Kayo Horaguchi

1000: Cast my thoughts on the flow of colours (Horaguchi)

Really jolly bright colours all across this puzzle, so plenty of interest. The usual characters, young ladies and giraffes and so on, and some dalmatians in top hats. I am not sure, but I do not think that is a flying banana in the centre. But it might be.

Born in Tokyo, Kayo Horaguchi started her career as a clothing designer, and gained experience in textile design and graphic design in the fashion business, until going freelance in 2006 as an illustrator and artist.

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Code: E11451 (11-451 on box)
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A secret place
© Satoshi Kusuda

1000: A secret place (Kusuda)

Teeming with birds and other wildlife, this picturesque spot is the home for a fanciful hideaway tree-house.

Born in Kumamoto, in southern Japan, Satoshi Kusuda has worked in a wide range of media, from oils to water colour, and photocollage to digital painting, producing both commercial items such as CD covers and works of fantasy art.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E11479 (11-479 on box)
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Gold for success!
© Takako Chiba

759: Gold for success!

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An Epoch puzzle: 759 pieces; 53 x 38 cm (21" x 15")
Code: E57006 (57-006 on box)
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Hirosaki castle moat
© Apollo
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600: Hirosaki castle moat

The moat of Hirosaki Castle, in northern Japan, overhung with its famous cherry trees, the first of which are said to have been brought from Kyoto in 1715.

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An Apollo puzzle: 600 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P47205 (47-205 on box)
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Philosopher's walk
© Apollo
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600: Philosopher's walk

This famous path in Kyoto is named after the philosopher Kitaro Nishida who would meditate while strolling along it. The waterway is lined by cherry trees, which provide not only a display of blossom in the spring but also a rich pattern of reds and yellows in the autumn.

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Code: P47204 (47-204 on box)
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Shirakawa cherry blossom
© Yoshikazu Onishi
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600: Shirakawa cherry blossom

Cherry blossom by a country cottage in the traditional style of the Japan Alps (in the famous preserved village of Shirakawa-go).

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Code: P47202 (47-202 on box)
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Your town
© Kayo Horaguchi

600: A town for you (Horaguchi)

A fanciful "town", incorporating typical Horaguchi elements — wild animals, caged birds, elegant ladies, and castles.

This puzzle will be an interesting challenge, not least because of the hundred or so plain black pieces at the bottom!

Detail

Born in Tokyo, Kayo Horaguchi started her career as a clothing designer, and gained experience in textile design and graphic design in the fashion business, until going freelance in 2006 as an illustrator and artist.

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Code: P49305 (49-305 on box)
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All together!
© Disney

500: All together! (Disney)

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Code: TD05426 (D-500-426 on box)
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Mona Lisa

500: Mona Lisa (Leonardo)

Leonardo's enigmatic lady... painted around 1502-1506, and also known as La Gioconda.

Leonardo da Vinci, Italian, 1452 – 1519, perhaps the most famous painter who ever lived, was also a prolific inventor, scientist, and engineer.

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A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 17 x 22 cm (7" x 9")
Code: Y4125 (41-25 on box)
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Birthday surprise
© Disney

500: Birthday surprise (Disney)

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Code: TDA05449 (DA-500-449 on box)
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Chasing the White Rabbit
© Disney

500: Chasing the White Rabbit (Disney)

* This puzzle is packaged in a presentation can.

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Code: Y4197 (41-97 on box)
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Beach volleyball (Haruhi Suzumiya)
© Nagaru Tanigawa / Noizi Ito

500: Beach volleyball (Haruhi Suzumiya)

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Code: E06034 (06-034S on box)
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Valkyrie
© Shu Mizoguchi

500: Valkyrie (Shu)

An appropriately Germanic-looking maiden, with heavy sword, yet delicately poised over the water...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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An Appleone puzzle: 500 pieces; 38 x 53 cm (15" x 21")
Code: A05203 (500-203 on box)
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Rei Awanami
© Studio Khara, Gainax

500: Rei Ayanami

The principal character Rei in Rebuild of Evangelion, Version 1.0, titled "You are (not) alone."

Wikipedia article on Rebuild of Evangelion

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A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 22 x 17 cm (9" x 7")
Code: Y4141 (41-41 on box)
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Kaworu Nagisa
© Studio Khara, Gainax

500: Kaworu Nagisa

From Rebuild of Evangelion, Version 2.0, titled "You can (not) advance."

Wikipedia article on Rebuild of Evangelion

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Code: Y4144 (41-44 on box)
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Ariel's royal wedding
© Disney

500: Ariel's royal wedding (Disney)

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Code: TD05464 (D-500-464 on box)
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Stella
© Yuu

500: Stella (Yuu)

A somewhat mysterious central figure, with her two accompanying handmaidens...

The artist Yuu (who we guess is female) comes from Gunma Prefecture and lives in Tokyo, having graduated from Tama Art University with a degree in graphic design. No other details are readily forthcoming...

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Code: A05212 (500-212 on box)
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Double dragon
© Beverly

500: Double dragon

Over a sea of tumultuous waves, gold and siver dragons face off, each clutching an auspicious Cintamani stone.

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Code: B65222 (65-222 on box)
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New resolutions
© Disney

456: New resolutions (Disney)

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A Tenyo puzzle: 456 pieces; 56 x 19 cm (22" x 7")
Code: TDG04727 (DG-456-727 on box)
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White tiger of the west
© Harai Kayomi / Studio Oz

450: White tiger of the west (Kayomi)

The white tiger, protector god of the west, looking suitably fierce, yet in Kayomi's characteristically soft style. The box includes the characters for 'West: white tiger', and the Chinese reading 'Bai-hu' for "White tiger."

No biographical details available. She signs her given name Kayomi in Roman letters.

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An Epoch puzzle: 450 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E08038 (08-038 on box)
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Autumn in Shirakawa-go
© Epoch
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450: Autumn in Shirakawa-go

Late autumn, and ripening persimmons against a varied background of reds, yellows, and evergreens. These gasshōzukuri houses, named after a supposed resemblance between the roof and hands at prayer, were built to house extended families of up to forty people.

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Code: E08550 (08-550 on box)
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Ryuzu falls
© Apollo
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450: Ryuzu falls

These falls (near Nikko, in Tochigi) descend 60 metres in a gently inclined torrent extending for 200 metres. The name is derived from the appearance of the huge rock separating the two streams at the lower end of the falls, which is said to resemble the head of a dragon.

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An Apollo puzzle: 450 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P46209 (46-209 on box)
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Derby Square
© Charles Wysocki

450: Derby Square (Wysocki)

A smart little town - the band plays outside the restaurant, next door to Royall Spyce Under Clothing.

Detail

The American artist Charles Wysocki (1928-2002) was born in Detroit, but spent almost all his working life on the West Coast of the USA, in Los Angeles, and in Lake Arrowhead where he settled, just to the east.

His rather charming primitive style is instantly recognisable: full of warm wit, but rigidly refusing to comply with any conventional "rules" of perspective.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

* The picture only shows a part of the puzzle.

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An Apollo puzzle: 450 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P44510 (44-510 on box)
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Crickethawk Harbor
© Charles Wysocki

450: Crickethawk Harbor (Wysocki)

The American artist Charles Wysocki (1928-2002) was born in Detroit, but spent almost all his working life on the West Coast of the USA, in Los Angeles, and in Lake Arrowhead where he settled, just to the east.

His rather charming primitive style is instantly recognisable: full of warm wit, but rigidly refusing to comply with any conventional "rules" of perspective.

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An Apollo puzzle: 450 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P46509 (46-509 on box)
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White tiger
© Kentaro Nishino

450: White tiger (Nishino)

Amidst rather fantastic surroundings, this tiger presents the traditional image of pure strength...

Kentaro Nishino was born in 1980, in Kanazawa on the Japan Sea coast, and graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2003. He takes his inspiration from nature, while lending his own air of fantasy.

Nishino is his family name, but he signs his work "Kentaro N".

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An Apollo puzzle: 450 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: P46503 (46-503 on box)
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Peace of mind
© Kentaro Nishino

450: Peace of mind (Nishino)

The white tiger family in a lush forest setting—moonlight streams through the trees, and bright yellow butterflies dart around.

Kentaro Nishino was born in 1980, in Kanazawa on the Japan Sea coast, and graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2003. He takes his inspiration from nature, while lending his own air of fantasy.

Nishino is his family name, but he signs his work "Kentaro N".

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

* Picture on puzzle is reversed left-to-right.

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Code: P44505 (44-505 on box)
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Red Fuji
© Apollo
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450: Red Fuji

A spectacular aerial view of the rare but genuine meteorological phenomenon whereby at dawn or sunset the whole side of the mountain appears to glow red.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below the mountain, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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An Apollo puzzle: 450 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P46201 (46-201 on box)
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Tokyo Gate Bridge and Fuji
© Epoch
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420: Tokyo Gate Bridge and Fuji

Another, different view of Fuji from Tokyo! This unusual bridge is the latest Tokyo landmark, opened in 2012. It is a truss cantilever bridge, and has earned the nickname "Dinosaur Bridge" — can you see why? Anyway, lit up, it provides a striking foreground to the distant mountain.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan.

Wikipedia: Tokyo Gate Bridge

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An Epoch puzzle: 420 pieces; 52 x 18 cm (20" x 7")
Code: E52715 (52-715 on box)
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Nostalgic blue train
© RGG

420: Nostalgic blue train

The "Blue train", the long-distance sleeper service which connected Tokyo to Kyushu, from 1929 to 2009, when it was finally eliminated by competition from the shinkansen and the air alternative. This photo is somewhere in Kyushu.

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An Epoch puzzle: 420 pieces; 52 x 18 cm (20" x 7")
Code: E52101 (52-101 on box)
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Tokyo Station
© Epoch
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420: Tokyo Station

Tokyo station has been recently renovated, and its imposing red-brick frontage looks smarter than ever. Over recent decades it has also gained a backdrop of huge office buildings, making an interesting blend of textures for a puzzle.

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An Epoch puzzle: 420 pieces; 52 x 18 cm (20" x 7")
Code: E52720 (52-720 on box)
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Alice in Sweets Land
© Disney

315: Alice in Sweets Land (Disney)

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A Tenyo puzzle: 315 pieces; 18 x 26 cm (7" x 10")
Code: TDG03111 (DG-315-111 on box)
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Dance of the flowers
© Shu Mizoguchi

300: Dance of the flowers (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Code: A03222 (300-222 on box)
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Special live
© Nagaru Tanigawa / Noizi Ito

300: Special live

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Code: E26132 (26-132S on box)
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Red memories
© Shu Mizoguchi

300: Red memories (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Code: A03237 (300-237 on box)
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Flower time (Anne of Green Gables)
© Nippon Animation

300: Flower time (Anne of Green Gables)

A scene from the Nippon Animation version of Anne of Green Gables, rendered as an oil painting by Tan Xiaoyong. The stories are based on the series of books by the Canadian, Lucy Maud Montgomery, set in Prince Edward Island and published in the early twentieth century.

The Japanese TV animation series was made in 1979; its title is Akage-no-An ("red-haired Anne"), referring to the principal character — strictly speaking "Anne of Green Gables" is the title of the first book in the series.

The artist Tan Xiaoyong was born in Chongqing, China, but moved to Japan in 1992 and now lives in Tokyo. He is active in many other fields of illustration as well as anime.

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Code: RA03174 (AS-300-174 on box)
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Snoopy King of Cards
© United Feature Syndicate

300: Snoopy King of Cards (Peanuts)

For fifty years Charles M Schulz (1922-2000) drew the Peanuts cartoon strip, featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the gang, who have become some of the best-known characters all over the world.

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An Apollo puzzle: 300 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: P03825 (3-825 on box)
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Hunter village
© Shinji Yamamoto

300: Hunter village (Yamamoto)

A scene from the story book, The Adventures of Pick and Nick, a tribal village with the Capocopo Festival in full swing...

Detail

Born in Kyushu in 1980, Shinji Yamamoto graduated from the Nihon University College of Art, and immediately began a career as a commercial illustrator.

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Code: B63229 (63-229 on box)
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The thistle of first love
© Shu Mizoguchi

300: The thistle of first love (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Code: A03223 (300-223 on box)
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Arles Pasha
© Shu

300: Arles Pasha (Shu)

A scene inspired by the Tales of the Thousand and One Nights... with a suggestion that Arles Pasha is the name of the cat...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Code: A03280 (300-280 on box)
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Nutcracker sweet
© Shu

300: Nutcracker sweet (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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Code: A03289 (300-289 on box)
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Peanuts anniversary
© Peanuts Worldwide LLC

300: Peanuts anniversary (Peanuts)

The very first Peanuts strip appeared in 1950, making 2015 the 65th anniversary...

For fifty years Charles M Schulz (1922-2000) drew the Peanuts cartoon strip, featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the gang, who have become some of the best-known characters all over the world.

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Code: P48749 (48-749 on box)
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Alice through the looking-glass
© Macmillan

300: Alice through the looking-glass (Tenniel)

A collection of the original illustrations for Alice Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, coloured for the publishers Macmillan.

Sir John Tenniel (1820–1914) was the English Victorian illustrator famous for his cartoons in Punch and for the illustrations to Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass.

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Code: A03259 (300-259 on box)
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Isumi Railway
© JTB photo
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300: Isumi Railway

A local line snaking across the Boso peninsular south-east of Tokyo, the Isumi railway is fringed for more than half its length by bright yellow rape blossoms, tended for by local people. The line was rescued from oblivion in 1988, and is run as a joint private-public operation to serve local communities.

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Code: E26231 (26-231 on box)
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Mansfield Air Spectacular
© Charles Wysocki

300: Mansfield Air Spectacular (Wysocki)

The American artist Charles Wysocki (1928-2002) was born in Detroit, but spent almost all his working life on the West Coast of the USA, in Los Angeles, and in Lake Arrowhead where he settled, just to the east.

His rather charming primitive style is instantly recognisable: full of warm wit, but rigidly refusing to comply with any conventional "rules" of perspective.

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Code: E26258 (26-258 on box)
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I love Snoopy
© 20th Century Fox / Peanuts Worldwide

300: I love Snoopy (Peanuts)

For fifty years Charles M Schulz (1922-2000) drew the Peanuts cartoon strip, featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the gang, who have become some of the best-known characters all over the world.

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Code: P48761 (48-761 on box)
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To Wonderland!
© Disney

266: To Wonderland! (Disney)

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Code: TDSG02741 (DSG-266-741 on box)
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Chip and Dale (MAG)
© Disney

204: Chip and Dale (MAG) (Disney)

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Code: Y98517 (98-517 on box)
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Candy pot
© Disney

204: Candy pot (Disney)

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Code: Y98330 (98-330 on box)
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Donald! A great artist
© Disney

204: Donald! A great artist (Disney)

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Code: Y98443 (98-443 on box)
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Girls' talk
© Disney

204: Girls' talk (Disney)

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Wanted: Chopper
© Eiichiro Oda

150: Wanted: Chopper

From the One Piece TV anime series...

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Code: N150046 (150-046 on box)
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Wanted: Sogeking
© Eiichiro Oda

150: Wanted: Sogeking

From the One Piece TV anime series...

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Code: N150044 (150-044 on box)
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Wanted: Sanji
© Eiichiro Oda

150: Wanted: Sanji

From the One Piece TV anime series...

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Code: N150081 (150-081 on box)
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Wanted: Arlong
© Eiichiro Oda

150: Wanted: Arlong

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Code: N150383 (150-383 on box)
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New friends 1
© San-X

150: New friends 1

Rilakkuma, lovable bear character, goes fishing with friends...

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Code: N150550 (150-550 on box)
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Tony Tony Chopper
© Eiichiro Oda

150: Tony Tony Chopper

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Code: N150252 (150-252 on box)
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Panda relaxing
© San-X

150: Panda relaxing

Rilakkuma the lovable bear character is relaxing with a Panda...

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Rilakkuma picnic part 1
© San-X

150: Rilakkuma picnic part 1

Rilakkuma, lovable bear character, goes on a picnic.

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Frankenweenie
© Disney

108: Frankenweenie (Disney)

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Hello Kitty pirate ship
© Sanrio

108: Hello Kitty pirate ship

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Mickey's toy factory
© Disney

108: Mickey's toy factory (Disney)

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Hello Kitty pirate treasure
© Sanrio

108: Hello Kitty pirate treasure

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Dolce
© Shu Mizoguchi

108: Dolce (Shu)

Two wispy, angelic figures gather round the piano...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

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The World of Machine and Technology
© Disney

108: The World of Machine and Technology (Disney)

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Kingdom Hearts dream drop distance
© Disney

108: Kingdom Hearts dream drop distance (Disney)

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Code: TD01737 (D-108-737 on box)
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From Mickey with love
© Disney

108: From Mickey with love (Disney)

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Code: TDH01745 (DH-108-745 on box)
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Trusting in fate
© Disney

108: Trusting in fate (Disney)

From the 2015 Disney movie version of Cinderella...

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Code: TD01775 (D-108-775 on box)
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Tsum Tsum paradise!
© Disney

108: Tsum Tsum paradise! (Disney)

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