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Date Created: 12/21/15
Japanese Puzzle Boxes - Training Tool For Kids And Professionals A foot square wooden box with complex inlaid geometric patterns and designs made from shaded woods with no opening are calledJapanese secret box. Just think how you will open it without any key or slits or lock. Turn it around and investigate all the six sides. You will find it impossible to open. Each box takes a month to produce. These products originate from Hakone in Japan. They are designed exquisitely with inlaid elaborate images in multifaceted patterns that cover the secret panels. These are the key to finally gain access inside the box. Difficulty level The difficulty level escalates, as the number of secret sliding panels increase. They must be moved in correct series to depict the content placed in the Japanese secret box. These boxes have plenty of difficulties that range from four to sixty-six moves. There are few large boxes with an extraordinary number of shifts - 78, 119, 122 or 125. Originally, they were used by people to keep their gears safe from thieves, while they travelled on ships or on coaches. Today, they are regarded as traditional art, but can be valued as training tools. Training tool If your kid is fascinated with puzzle-solving, then you can teach him skills to think logically as well as have fun simultaneously. You can buy one or more Japanese secret boxes as a gift. They will enjoy the genuine feeling of accomplishment as soon as they solve the puzzle and open the box. Japanese puzzle boxes can be used to train design engineers of lock companies, so that they gain skills to deal with a lock, which appears impractical to open without proper code or key.
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