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Artifact Puzzles - Bokuyo Forest Diptych

Artifact Puzzles - Bokuyo Forest Diptych

$ 148.00

This is a very hard 689 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of a richly detailed 1928 diptych painting of a forest by Katayama Bokuyo. Our puzzle has mushroomy and leafy connectors and pentagonal pieces. Forest-themed whimsy pieces abound. Puzzle design by Tara Flannery and Jim Muller. Like all our puzzles, the pieces are laser-cut from 1/4 inch thick wood. Packaged in a pine wood box. Made in USA.


  • 689 pieces
  • 15.75" x 18"
  • laser-cut wooden jigsaw puzzle
  • Made in USA
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    Name: Doc E
    Review: Great fun. Wish others were this challenging.
    Name: Judy Poirier
    Review: Even up to placing the last 30 pieces, I was convinced that what remained would never fit! What an extraordinary challenge - devilishly fun from beginning to end. Artifact Puzzle designers are so clever and artistic. The whimsy pieces in this puzzle were beautiful.
    Name: Nancy Kuhn
    Review: Beautiful puzzle which mostly challenges by the sheer number of pieces and the unique design. The whimsy puzzles were delightful.
    Name: Michele
    Review: I love hard puzzles. That is why I bought this one. I had heard how it was so I started it with trepidation. After I got it started, which is always the hard part, it flowed pretty well. I was very organized, sorting the puzzle pieces and working the easy areas first. I wish there were more puzzles like this one as I go through puzzles pretty fast, and this one did take me awhile to finish. I loved the whimsies - so well done. Artifact puzzle designers are brilliant. I very much enjoyed it and it was very satisfying when I put the last piece in. Highly recommended if you like the challenging ones!
    Name: shannon bergeron
    Review: As an artifact puzzle devotee (read addict), there is always one within reach at our house. I recall with a special fondness the Bokuyo Forest puzzle. As my empty nest days were very rapidly approaching, my son and I embarked on this particular puzzle journey. First thoughts: wow everything is the same color. This may get boring. But like any well-unplanned outdoor excursion, getting lost is sometimes part of the fun. The jagged shapes, pointy arrows and excitement of our first diptych really kept us going. Like a lot of things you do with your children: it's not the outcome; it's the journey and the bonds you make along the way. Just don't feed the bears. 10/10

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