The largest kumiki wooden puzzle collection in Canada?
Over 100 different puzzles. (A few are shown here.)
Back in the 1960's I began collecting these toy wooden puzzles.|
Whenever I came across one, I'd add it to my collection.
But these days I've noticed that they simply can't be found
in stores any more. Perhaps in this age of plastic and
computer games, they just aren't popular. Do you collect
wooden puzzles? Do you have any kicking aroung the house?
If you have any you'd be willing to sell, I'm interested! :-)
(For scale, wooden puzzles are typically about the size
of an apple.)
Click here to see an animated assembly of the cube.
Three different size pagodas
and two different size Japanese Torii's.
and a dog.
a lion, elephant, giraffe,
and a kangaroo.
|And more animals :-)|
a bird, a chicken, a rabbit
and a mouse.
a cabin, the Empire State Building,
and city hall.
(yep, they're not to scale.)
These things are easy to take apart.
|this one is|
Very hard to put back together!
|this one is really|
really hard to put back together!!
of four different sizes.
Three, and a helicopter :-)
they don't shoot anything.
|Duodecahedrons (sort of) and barrels|
and a train.
|Even outer space!|
two rocket ships
and two satellites.
If you are a wooden puzzle enthusiast, I'd be glad to hear from you! (email@example.com)
And here's another website where you can buy kumiki puzzles: www.puzzleboxworld.com
Or check out: Puzzles, Jigsaws and Brain teasers and unique 3d wooden puzzle toys at: www.craftypuzzles.com