Can you take it apart? Can you assemble it again?
Two “H” shaped pieces have been carefully crafted with grooves and channels and join together through a seres of clever moves. The completed swirl shaped puzzles could be considered a piece of table top art. At a glance the two halves look identical. However there are very slight differences. Taking apart requires a minimum of 7 (maybe more) distinct movements.
Hanayama offers challenging brain teasers at affordable prices. People who try them experience refreshing stimulation and this arouses their interest in solving them. Its collectability is also one of its appeals. Once you solve one, you will no doubt want to challenge yourself by solving more.