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3000 pieces

Dragons of five colours
© Harai Kayomi / Studio Oz

Dragons of five colours (Kayomi) - 3000 pieces

This challenging puzzle includes no less than five of Kayomi's fluffy but fierce dragons. Five is the number of ancient Chinese elements, which are associated with the cardinal directions (including "centre"), and also with colours. So the central yellow dragon symbolises imperial authority, and manifests rank by having five claws and holding the magic ball. Around the four corners are the four protectorate dragons: Black to the north, Blue to the east, Red to the south, and White to the west. (These also match with the colours of the four protectorate gods.)

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

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An Epoch puzzle: 3000 pieces; 102 x 73 cm (40" x 29")
Code: E21105 (21-105 on package)
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White tiger
© Inoichiro Sekiguchi

White tiger (Inoichiro) - 3000 pieces

The white tiger has long been revered as a symbolic agent of the gods - and is one of the "Four deities" of feng shui. This is a graphic portrayal of a powerful, yet somehow unthreatening, animal.

No details of this artist are readily available. He signs his paintings with a seal for the first character ('Ino') of his given name only: this means 'wild boar', which might seem surprising, but it is a fairly common element in names.

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An Epoch puzzle: 3000 pieces; 73 x 102 cm (29" x 40")
Code: E21102 (21-102 on package)
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Uyuni salt flats, Bolivia
© Kazuyoshi Nomachi

Uyuni salt flats, Bolivia - 3000 pieces

Three thousand pieces, and all of them are sky! The famous Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia are covered in water during the wet season, and provide this amazing mirror effect.

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An Epoch puzzle: 3000 pieces; 102 x 73 cm (40" x 29")
Code: E21514 (21-514 on package)
Normally ¥4200 - special offer 10% off: ¥3780 (approx. US$35.66 €32.31 £29.53)
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2016 pieces

Vacation paradise
© Epoch

Vacation paradise - 2016 pieces

An idyllic lagoon scene — no location given, but the single outrigger in the foreground rather suggests somewhere in the Pacific...

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2016 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E23565 (23-565 on package)
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Uyuni salt flats
© Kazuyoshi Nomachi

Uyuni salt flats - 2000 pieces

A puzzle where all the pieces are sky! The famous Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia are covered in water during the wet season, and provide this amazing mirror effect.

* This puzzle has TINY pieces!

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An Epoch puzzle: 2000 pieces; 53 x 38 cm (21" x 15")
Code: E54011 (54-011 on package)
Normally ¥2000 - special offer 10% off: ¥1800 (approx. US$16.98 €15.38 £14.06)
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Year of the Cockerel
© Mori Seikaku

Year of the Cockerel (Seikaku) - 1500 pieces

The cockerel looks proudly on as his hen looks after her chicks, and a pile of gold coins scattered on the ground. The background includes many more treasure items, including more bars of gold, red coral, and some mystery urns. More auspicious symbols, pine, plum, and bamboo, Mount Fuji, and the rising sun, complete the scene.

No biographical details, but the artist Mori Seikaku specialises in animal and flower scroll paintings. He signs his work the traditional way, with the characters for his given (brush) name, Seikaku (lit. 'nest of the crane') and a seal of the same.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1500 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E15081 (15-081 on package)
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Year of the Dog
© Mori Seikaku

Year of the Dog (Seikaku) - 1500 pieces

A proud dog family is surrounded by auspicious symbols, from Mount Fuji in the background to the piles and piles of treasure.

No biographical details, but the artist Mori Seikaku specialises in animal and flower scroll paintings. He signs his work the traditional way, with the characters for his given (brush) name, Seikaku (lit. 'nest of the crane') and a seal of the same.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1500 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E15082 (15-082 on package)
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Year of the boar
© Mori Seikaku

Year of the Boar (Seikaku) - 1500 pieces

A family of wild boars looks happy with the pile of treasure it has accumulated. The scene is auspicious, with a bright red Mount Fuji in the background, and the usual surrounding tokens of good fortune.

In the original Chinese zodiac, this position in the cycle is represented by the pig, but traditionally in Japan the wild boar (inoshishi) is chosen.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1500 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E15083 (15-083 on package)
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Year of the Monkey
© Mori Seikaku

Year of the Monkey (Seikaku) - 1500 pieces

A monkey family: Mama, Papa, and three offspring who illustrate the old adage of "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil". They are surrounded by piles of treasure, coins, nuggets, and bars of gold, while rest of the picture is filled with the usual auspicious symbols, from Mount Fuji to the turtle in the foreground.

No biographical details, but the artist Mori Seikaku specialises in animal and flower scroll paintings. He signs his work the traditional way, with the characters for his given (brush) name, Seikaku (lit. 'nest of the crane') and a seal of the same.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1500 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E15078 (15-078 on package)
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Tropical holiday spot
© Amanaimages
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Tropical holiday spot - 1053 pieces

An idyllic vacation bungalow — in the Maldive islands...

* This puzzle has TINY pieces!

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An Epoch puzzle: 1053 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E31004 (31-004 on package)
Normally ¥1600 - special offer 10% off: ¥1440 (approx. US$13.58 €12.31 £11.25)
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Kannon rides the Dragon
© Hojo Yuka / Sankoh

Kannon rides the Dragon - 1000 pieces

A very matronly Kannon, the Goddess of Mercy, stands barefoot amidships on a rather nice dragon. In her left hand she holds a flower (perhaps a lotus flower), while the dragon similarly clutches the symbolic Chintamani Stone (or "treasure ball").

This is a standard pose for Kannon, and this version is subdued in tone yet full of details. The image also includes a complete sutra for the elimination of disasters — this is essentially in Sanskrit transliterated into ancient Chinese, so a typical Japanese reader can make no more meaning of it than you can. Although Kannon is often known as "Goddess of Mercy", experts in Buddhism tell us she is really Avalokitêsvara, who was a man...

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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 50 x 75 cm (20" x 30")
Code: A10676 (1000-676 on package)
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Between a tiger and a dragon
© Tanabe Zigen

Between a tiger and a dragon (Zigen) - 1000 pieces

A monkey dangles precariously from a gnarled tree projecting over the abyss - from above a tiger threatens, below awaits a dragon.

And the meaning of this terrible dilemma? Why, another pun: the Japanese for monkey is saru, which is also a verb meaning "to go away" or "disappear." So the title, literally "great difficulties monkey" also means the auspicious "great difficulties disappear"!

The artist was born in Toyama in 1970, and specialises in showy images, in his own reinterpretation of traditional Japanese themes.

Tanabe is his family name; he signs his paintings with his given name Zigen. Note that the usual Romanisation of this would be "Jigen", but it seems that Zigen may be the artist's own preference.

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A Beverly puzzle: 1000 pieces; 49 x 72 cm (19" x 28")
Code: B61393 (61-393 on package)
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Dog family with Kishimojin
© Ozuma Kaname

Dog family with Kishimojin (Kaname) - 1000 pieces

The dog has long been taken as a symbol of easy childbirth, and here the litter of puppies (six in all) sit with their mother at the foot of Kishimojin. This latter has an interesting story - her name is literally "Devil-child-mother-god", and she started out as an evil character, whose favourite activity was eating other people's babies. But she was persuaded by Shaka-sama (the historical Buddha) to reform, and became a protector of children and augurer of easy childbirth.

More on Kishimojin at Mark Schumacher's Buddhist Corner

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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A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 50 x 75 cm (20" x 30")
Code: Y101296 (10-1296 on package)
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Playful puppies
© Izumi Kazumi

Playful puppies (Kazumi) - 1000 pieces

Puppies play in a charming rural setting. A naturalistic blue Mount Fuji looms in the distance. The scene is completed by a large pot full of treasure.

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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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10812 (1000-812 on package)
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Golden cockerel
© Izumi Kazumi

Golden cockerel (Kazumi) - 1000 pieces

The cockerel is said to be auspicious in regard to money matters, and this splendid creature is called "golden" not for the colour of his plumage, but for the golden eggs guarded by his mate. The surroundings are filled with more of the customary symbols of good fortune: pine, bamboo, plum, cherry, and more.

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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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10792 (1000-792 on package)
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Gold and silver snakes
© Izumi Kazumi

Gold and silver snakes (Kazumi) - 1000 pieces

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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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10691 (1000-691 on package)
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Year of the monkey
© Izumi Kazumi

Year of the monkey (Kazumi) - 1000 pieces

The full title of this puzzle is "Difficulties overcome, and problems removed", an elaborate pun, in which the first part matches the name of the plant nandina with the bright red berries, and the second part matches "nine monkeys". And those are what we see in the picture, along with all the usual auspicious signs, from Mount Fuji to the rope-encircled rock.

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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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10772 (1000-772 on package)
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Fortune-bearing boar cubs
© Izumi Kazumi

Fortune-bearing boar cubs (Kazumi) - 1000 pieces

The boar (inoshishi) is one of the animals in the Japanese version of the zodiac (in the original Chinese vesion this is a pig). Here a whole family of them have assembled an enormous pile of treasure in a delightful rural setting, symbolising the good fortune to be anticipated.

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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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10828 (1000-828 on package)
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Fuji horses
© Row. V. Ogasawara

Fuji horses (Ogasawara) - 1000 pieces

Two fine steeds gallop below Mount Fuji; Ogasawara's style is soft and flowing yet brings out the muscular strength of the pair. By tradition, we are told, a black horse symbolizes a prayer for rain, and a red horse a prayer for the sun.

Few biographical details are available, but Ogasawara has worked as a background artist for anime production, and specialises in animal portraits.

Recent works by this artist all bear the unexplained copyright declaration "Row. V. Ogasawara." Perhaps "Row" is a nickname, but the initial is a mystery, and on earlier puzzles "Row. E. Ogasawara" has also been seen.

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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: A10474 (1000-474 on package)
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White tiger and red bamboo
© Kano Yuho

White tiger and red bamboo (Yuho) - 1000 pieces

An impressive white tiger among the bamboo, but also an image laden with symbolism; its original title is literally "White tiger warding off disaster." The key on the side of the box lists the items as follows:

  1. White tiger
  2. Red bamboo
  3. Quartz: the large crystals in the lower right corner
  4. Magic spell

The magic spell is written vertically in the upper part of the picture. Sometimes known as "The Disaster Preventing Dharani," where a Dharani is something longer than a mantra and shorter than a sutra, it consists of transliterated Sanskrit, so has no immediate meaning to a Japanese speaker. But you can chant it something like this:

No mo san man da moto nan
Oha ra chi koto sha sono nan
To ji to en gya gya gya ki gya ki un nun
Shifu ra shifu ra hara shifu ra hara shifu ra
Chishu sa chishu sa chishu ri chishu ri
Sowa ja sowa ja
Sen chi gya shiri ei somo ko

No biographical details for this craft-artist, Kanō Yūhō. He signs as is traditional with his given (brush) name Yūhō and a seal.

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An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 50 x 75 cm (20" x 30")
Code: A10695 (1000-695 on package)
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Uyuni  by starlight
© Epoch

Uyuni by starlight - 1000 pieces

The famous Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia again, this time at night. The surface layer of water provides this amazing mirror effect, so practically every piece is dark purple with either stars or reflections of stars!

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E12508 (12-508 on package)
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Cappadocia balloon festival
© Yanoman

Cappadocia balloon festival - 1000 pieces

Cappadocia is an old name for a region of eastern Turkey, an area full of strange rock formations, and an ideal site for hot-air ballooning. This makes a colourful and fun puzzle!

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A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101328 (10-1328 on package)
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Fly Geyser, Nevada
© Yanoman

Fly Geyser, Nevada - 1000 pieces

Strange formations in the western US. These are the result of drilling for a well accidentally reaching a geothermal source, which has created these "nozzles" over the last hundred years or so. The name comes from the location, Fly Ranch.

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A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101327 (10-1327 on package)
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Selfoss waterfall (Iceland)
© Yanoman

Selfoss waterfall (Iceland) - 1000 pieces

A very impressive falls (11 metres or 36 ft high) on the delightfully named river Jökulsá á Fjöllum in the north of Iceland.

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A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101316 (10-1316 on package)
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Ishigaki island
© Epoch
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Ishigaki island - 1000 pieces

A tropical paradise? Not strictly, because Ishigakijima, almost the last Japanese island in the arc stretching towards Taiwan, is just north of the tropic of Cancer.

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An Epoch puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: E10783 (10-783 on package)
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Cable beach, Broome Australia
© Yanoman
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Cable beach, Broome Australia - 1000 pieces

Australia has a huge population of feral camels, originally brought by explorers in the nineteenth century. Here they are put to use as a unique tourist attraction, riding along the beach at sunset on the north-west coast.

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A Yanoman puzzle: 1000 pieces; 75 x 50 cm (30" x 20")
Code: Y101329 (10-1329 on package)
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500 pieces

Scenes from Frozen
© Disney

Scenes from Frozen (Disney) - 500 pieces

* This puzzle is packaged in a presentation can.

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A Yanoman puzzle: 500 pieces; 22 x 17 cm (9" x 7")
Code: Y41111 (41-111 on package)
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Double dragon
© Beverly

Double dragon - 500 pieces

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

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A Beverly puzzle: 500 pieces; 49 x 36 cm (19" x 14")
Code: B65222 (65-222 on package)
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Angkor Wat
© Appleone
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Angkor Wat - 500 pieces

This is the largest in the complex of temples at Angkor in Cambodia. From here a powerful family of kings ruled much of south-east Asia, from around the year 900 to 1432. The city was then abandoned, and more or less lost to the jungle, until rediscovered by a French explorer, Henri Mouhot, in 1860.

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An Appleone puzzle: 500 pieces; 53 x 38 cm (21" x 15")
Code: A05254 (500-254 on package)
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White tiger of the west
© Harai Kayomi / Studio Oz

White tiger of the west (Kayomi) - 450 pieces

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 package)
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Year of the horse
© Youseki Miki

Year of the horse (Youseki) - 300 pieces

Nine jolly horses, some with riders, one from the nursery, gallop past Mount Fuji. There have to be nine, because this makes everything uma- (horse) ku (nine) iku (go), that is "go well".

Born in Kyushu in 1966, Youseki Miki studied calligraphy, and after graduating from university embarked on a career as a commercial designer. He has developed a distinctive style of illustrated calligraphy with a contemporary, jovial touch. He writes his adopted brush name Youseki with nonstandard romanisation, to be read as the English word "you" plus "seki". (Miki is his family name, and his real name is Izuru.)

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B63263 (63-263 on package)
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Uyuni salt flats
© Apollo-sha

Uyuni salt flats - 300 pieces

Two cyclists riding the horizon, just one of the amazing effects provided by the famous Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia.

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An Apollo puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P48626 (48-626 on package)
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