Hanayama Difficulty Level 4 – Fairly hard
The Radix puzzle is known for both it’s monumental looks and somewhat organic styling and movement. The entire unit gives off an air of antique wisdom, the pieces joined at the base in chaotic harmony.
The puzzle was created by Akio Yamamanto and presented by him at the International Puzzle Party in Helsinki in 2005. At that event, this puzzle won GRAND PRIZE in the Nob Yoshigahara Design Competition. Brian (alias Mr Puzzle) received one of these original puzzles and it’s been a personal favourite ever since.
The name comes from the mathematical term, “radical axis”, and also means root in Latin. The innovative concept that it is, you might even be tempted to call it “radical”. Whatever you call it, have fun.
The keyword is “sprout”.
Size: Height: 65mm Presented in a view window box which is 75mm x 115mm x 45mm
Hanayama puzzles come packaged with a printed solution. Not offered as standard by other sellers.