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Deleted Photo puzzles with up to 300 pieces

This page shows puzzles that are no longer available, just for historical curiosity, and for completeness.

In some cases puzzles are reissued with a different code number: if you have the old code number from somewhere, this page should show you the replacement (which may still be available).

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Morning mist
© Beverly Enterprises
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Mt. Fuji

From the east - a foreground of cosmos daisies.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B030112 (030-112 on box)
Retail price ¥980

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Aerial view
© Beverly Enterprises
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Mt. Fuji aerial view

Seen from the north.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

More about Mt. Fuji and more puzzles

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B030152 (030-152 on box)
Retail price ¥980

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Himeji Castle
© Beverly Enterprises
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Himeji Castle

Famous as the best-preserved example of Japanese castle building, the historical origins of Himeji castle are said to date back to the building of a fort in 1333. From a supposed resemblance to the outstretched wings of a bird, it is also known as "White Heron Castle."

Himeji Castle website (includes English version)
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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B030153 (030-153 on box)
Retail price ¥980

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Kinkakuji
© Beverly Enterprises
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Kinkakuji

Perhaps the most famous of Kyoto's temples, this is the "Gold pavilion." It was originally built in the 1300s, and given to the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in 1397, but was destroyed in an arson attack in 1950. Rebuilt in 1955, the gold leaf covering was only completely restored in 1987. Like the "Silver pavilion," this is only a nickname, and the formal temple name is Rokuonji.

What does the name mean?
kin
gold
kaku
pavilion
ji
temple
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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B030154 (030-154 on box)
Retail price ¥980

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Steps to Kibune shrine
© Beverly Enterprises
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Steps to Kibune shrine

How many hundreds of thousands of feet have climbed these worn old steps? On the side of a mountain just north of Kyoto, the way is lined by relatively recent lanterns (in the traditional style, of course), that have no doubt been contributed by those who hope to be remembered at this ancient monument.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B030159 (030-159 on box)
Retail price ¥980

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Zenzanji - wisteria
© Beverly Enterprises
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Zenzanji - wisteria

A rather splendid wisteria tree is among the lush foliage surrounding this pagoda at Zenzanji (temple). The building was never quite finished - there are no handrails or windows in the top storey - and the surprisingly beautiful effect of this led it to be known as the "Tower of perfect imperfection".

This temple is situated high in central Japan, a region of clean clean air that spawned the precision engineering industry (clocks and watches), and later the high-tech revolution.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B030160 (030-160 on box)
Retail price ¥980

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Fuji - Oshino
© Beverly Enterprises
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Mt. Fuji from Oshino

Mt. Fuji from the east, this time from a beautifully kept Japanese garden in Oshino.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73144 (73-144 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Tôshôgu, Nikko
© Koichiro Kitaoku
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Tōshōgu, Nikko

This spectacular entrance, Yômeimon, is the central feature of this World Heritage site in Nikkô (Tochigi). The whole site is a Shinto shrine (Tôshôgu) built in the early 1600s to honour Tokugawa Ieyasu, the very first Shogun of the Tokugawa era. Since he was the most powerful man in Japan at the time, perhaps it is not so surprising that for a Shinto building this is unusually ornate.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73145 (73-145 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Mt. Fuji with maples
© Beverly Enterprises
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Mt. Fuji with maples

Brilliant red maples - and Mt Fuji seen across Kawaguchi lake, to the north.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73147 (73-147 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Autumn view of Kenrokuen
© Beverly Enterprises
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Autumn view of Kenrokuen

A view with the maples at their most brilliant of this very famous garden, which dates back to the 17th century; beyond the bridge we see the distinctive arch-based stone lantern that is its symbol.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73148 (73-148 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kiyomizu Temple with maples
© Mizuno Katsuhiko
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Kiyomizu Temple with maples (Mizuno)

Seen through the maples: the top of the pagoda at this very famous Kyoto temple. The original temple is said to have been founded more than 1200 years ago, but most of the present structure dates from the 1600s.

What does the name mean?
kiyo
pure
mizu
water
dera
temple

Born in Kyoto in 1941, Mizuno Katsuhiko earned a degree in literature from Doshisha University in 1964. Since 1969 he has worked as a freelance photographer, in a lifelong quest to capture the essence of Japanese tradition in his native city, and resulting in publication of some one hundred books of his photographs.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73149 (73-149 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kôdai-ji pebble garden
© Mizuno Katsuhiko
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Kôdai-ji pebble garden (Mizuno)

Another of the "dry" pebble gardens of Kyoto. The lighting on the cherry blossom and gravel makes a striking image, full of the textural variation that makes a puzzle interesting.

What does the name mean?
kô
high
dai
stand
ji
temple
Detail

Born in Kyoto in 1941, Mizuno Katsuhiko earned a degree in literature from Doshisha University in 1964. Since 1969 he has worked as a freelance photographer, in a lifelong quest to capture the essence of Japanese tradition in his native city, and resulting in publication of some one hundred books of his photographs.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73152 (73-152 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kintaikyo
© Beverly Enterprises
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Kintaikyo - cherry blossom

This bridge is a landmark of western Japan, with both red maples and cherry trees planted alongside, for gorgeous pictures in all seasons. We are told that the name Kintaikyô - or "Brocade sash bridge" - is derived from a resemblance to a kimono sash. This is pretty unconvincing, until you realise that the river under the bridge is Nishikigawa: this Nishiki is the Japanese reading for "brocade", written with the same Chinese character as the Kin in Kintai.

The bridge consists of five wooden arches: at the time it was originally built (1673), wheeled transport was almost unknown in Japan, so presumably it was not worthwhile going to the extra effort of providing a level roadway. It seems unlikely that this design would have been used in Europe at that time.

Detail

Matsumoto-san's excellent photographs of the bridge (in Japanese)
Hokusai's painting (Interesting to see his perception of the stone pillars: compare my essay on walls. And for more than you ever needed to know about bridges, read J. E. Gordon.)

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73153 (73-153 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kuonji - weeping cherry
© Beverly Enterprises
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Kuonji - weeping cherry

Kuonji is a historically important temple, dating back to 1281, in central Japan—just a valley to the west of Mount Fuji. The weeping cherry must be of a considerable age too, standing almost as high at the main building.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73154 (73-154 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Byôdôin (Kyoto)
© Beverly Enterprises
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Byôdôin (Kyoto)

A head-on view of one of the most famous temples in Kyoto: the crisp reflection makes for an interesting puzzle. The building, which appears in the design on a 10-yen coin in this view, is the Amida Hall, or more familiarly the Phoenix Hall, after the birds perched on top of the central roof.

Mark Schumacher has an interesting page on the phoenix, including closeups of the birds on roof of this temple.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73157 (73-157 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Matsumoto Castle with cherry blossom
© Beverly Enterprises
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Matsumoto Castle with cherry blossom

Matsumoto, high in the Japan Alps, has one of the best-preserved castles in Japan. Here we see it perfectly framed by cherry blossom.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73159 (73-159 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Cherry avenue
© Beverly Enterprises
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Cherry avenue

This avenue runs along the bank of the Gongendô river, in the middle of the Kanto Plain, and is a famous location for cherry-blossom viewing.

This will not be an easy puzzle—around 80% of the area of the picture is occupied by the mass of pink blooms.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73160 (73-160 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi
© Beverly Enterprises
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Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi

A majestic view of Fuji see from Lake Ashi, 30 km to the South-East. The foreground is dominated by the brilliantly painted galleon(!), but beyond it and almost hidden by the forest, is the Shinto Shrine of Hakone, with a splendid torii rising from the water.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73163 (73-163 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Bora Bora paradise
© Beverly Enterprises
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Bora Bora paradise

Spectacular mountains, coconut palms, and a lagoon,... what more could anyone need?

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73165 (73-165 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Mt. Fuji
© Beverly
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Fuji with daisies

Daisies sway in the breeze, in this view from the north, across Kawaguchi lake.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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Discontinued July 2017
A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73167 (73-167 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Yokohama night view
© Gyro Photography
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Yokohama night view

The gradual spread of the Tokyo-Yokohama conurbation out into Tokyo Bay has created some dramatic modern cityscapes. This is a night view of the Minato Mirai 21 development area of Yokohama from an aircraft.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73171 (73-171 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kiyomizudera cherry blossom
© Yuji Higashida
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Kiyomizudera cherry blossom

This very famous Kyoto temple is trestled out from the side of the hill overlooking Kyoto. The original temple is said to have been founded more than 1200 years ago, but most of the present structure dates from the 1600s.

What does the name mean?
kiyo
pure
mizu
water
dera
temple
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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73178 (73-178 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kameido shrine
© Beverly
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Kameido shrine

An oasis of calm in central Tokyo, the gardens of Kameido Shrine are famous for the displays of wisteria around the geometrically shaped pond.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: B73180 (73-180 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Sagano bamboo grove (Kyoto)
© Beverly
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Sagano bamboo grove (Kyoto)

A path between neatly trimmed brushwood fences wends through this bamboo grove in Sagano, Kyoto. Even at just 300 pieces, the mass of densely crowded bamboo trunks will make this puzzle quite a challenge.

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A Beverly puzzle: 300 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: B73181 (73-181 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Mt. Fuji from Tokyo
© Epoch
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Mt. Fuji and Shinjuku skyscrapers

A different view! Fuji seen behind the skyscrapers of the Shinjuku district of Tokyo.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E25063 (25-063S on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Thai stupa
© Epoch
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Thai stupa

This stupa (the inverted 'bell' building) is in Sukhothai, capital of the ancient kingdom of northern Thailand. Appropriately for a sacred Buddhist edifice, lotus blossoms crowd the foreground.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E25073 (25-073S on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Mount Fuji lavender fields
© Epoch
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Mount Fuji lavender fields

Mount Fuji seen from a lavender field, across Lake Kawaguchi, to the north of the mountain.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E25084 (25-084S on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kaminarimon giant lantern in Asakusa
© Epoch
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Kaminarimon giant lantern in Asakusa

This huge lantern (about 4 m tall, sponsored by Matsushita Electric) adorns the famous entrance in Asakusa. Kaminari means "lightning", but the entrance is officially known as Furaijin-mon, after the gods of wind (fu) and thunder (rai), who sit on either side. Like all other buildings in the centre of old Tokyo, this was reconstructed after the area was completely destroyed in the Second World War.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: E25105 (25-105 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Asakusa temple in Tokyo
© Epoch
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Sensô temple in Tokyo

Asakusa is in the heart of the old Edo, that became modern Tokyo—the name of this temple is Sensô-ji, with the Chinese reading of the same characters Asakusa (or "shallow-grass", as we might read them in English). All of the buildings were reconstructed after the area was completely destroyed in the Second World War.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E25106 (25-106 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Fuji - Oshino
Picture © Fumio Yumoto
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Fuji - Oshino

Another view from Oshino, this time from a beautifully kept Japanese garden.

As Mount Olympus was the home of the Greek gods, so Mt. Fuji (3776 metres above sea level) has its place as the symbol of Japan. Although most popular tourist pictures show the view from the south, with the bullet train passing below Mount Fuji, the best views are from the north and east sides.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E39232 (39-232 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kenrokuen - irises
© Fumio Yumoto
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Kenrokuen - irises

Kenrokuen is a famous garden in Kanazawa, on the Japan Sea coast. Here the stream threads its way between the purple kakitsubata, a delicate variety of iris, and the foreground azaleas.

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An Epoch puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: E39235 (39-235 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kurashiki
© Apollo
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Kurashiki

These distinctive town houses are a reminder of the burgeoning of a new merchant class in the late Edo era (late 18th and 19th centuries). This area of the city of Kurashiki has been designated an architectural preservation area since 1979.

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Discontinued January 2017
An Apollo puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P48607 (48-607 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Mt Fuji and the bullet train
© Apollo
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Mt Fuji and the bullet train

A bright yellow sea of rapeseed flowers (na-no-hana) provides the foreground to this classic shot of the "bullet train" (Shinkansen) passing below Mount Fuji. This is the N700, the version introduced in 2007, which cut the journey time between Tokyo and Osaka to under two-and-a-half hours.

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Discontinued June 2017
An Apollo puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: P48707 (48-707 on box)
Retail price ¥1400

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Violet beach
© Orion Press

Violet beach

Idyllic scene on a palm-fringed beach. We're not told where, but does it matter?

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A Road puzzle: 300 pieces; 26 x 38 cm (10" x 15")
Code: RS3229 (RS-32-29 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Kenrokuen
© Orion Press
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Kenrokuen

This very famous garden dates back to the 17th century; beyond the bridge we see the distinctive arch-based stone lantern that is its symbol. The neatly trimmed azaleas are a characteristic of this garden style.

This puzzle also available in 1000 pieces

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Discontinued January 2017
A Road puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: RS3257 (RS-32-57 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Matsumoto Castle
© Keyphotos
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Matsumoto Castle

Matsumoto, high in the Japan Alps, has one of the best-preserved castles in Japan. Here the beautifully restored keep is set off perfectly by the red bridge across the moat, and the mass of wisteria hanging over the walls.

Detail

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Discontinued January 2017
A Road puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: RS3260 (RS-32-60 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Tulips in Tokyo
© Yanoman
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Tulips in Tokyo

The mass of bright flower beds give a European feel to this park in a suburb of Tokyo.

The site is interesting: originally the Tachikawa airfield, it became a US air base in September 1945, then finally in 1983 it was converted to a park, commemorating fifty years of the reign of Emperor Showa (Hirohito).

Park history (in Japanese)

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A Yanoman puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: Y03560 (03-560 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Alps express
© Yanoman
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Alps express

In the Meiji era (late 19th century) Japan decided on a narrow gauge rail system, because this allows tighter curves in the difficult mountain terrain. Now the Shinkansen ("Bullet train") network is progressively replacing the old lumbering trains - "expresses" by name only, since the lines are too tortuous to achieve high speed. This 183-series in its smart red and cream livery passing below Mt. Yatsugatake is a nostalgic sight, as it was phased out in December 2002. The train bears its name "Kaiji" on the front; it is an L tokkyû: a "limited (i.e. faster) express", though no-one seems to be sure what the "L" stands for.

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A Yanoman puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: Y03582 (03-582 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Morning mist on azaleas (Mt. Chokai)
© Chiba Katsutsuke
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Morning mist on azaleas (Mt. Chokai)

Wild azaleas (Rhododendron japonicum) in the morning mist - an atmospheric view below Mount Chokai (2236 m) in Northern Japan, a volcano that last erupted in 1974.

A photo by Chiba Katsutuke, taken 6 am, early June.

Technical details: Sinar F whole-plate camera, 75-mm lens, 1/4-second at f/22; Fujichrome Velvia film

Detail
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A Yanoman puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: Y03643 (03-643 on box)
Retail price ¥1400

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Mamako falls with azaleas
© Higashida Yuji
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Mamako falls with azaleas

Mamako falls in Kyushu makes an impressive sight with its 20-metre drop.

The photographer, Higashida Yuji comments that because the location is overshadowed by trees he chose an overcast day in March, bringing out a rich palette of colour both in the azaleas and the tones of the water surface.

Technical details: Linhof Master Technika 4x5 Field Camera, Nikkor 300 mm, 4 seconds at f/64; Fujichrome Velvia

Detail
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A Yanoman puzzle: 300 pieces; 38 x 26 cm (15" x 10")
Code: Y03644 (03-644 on box)
Retail price ¥1400

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216 pieces

Angkor Wat
© Epoch
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Angkor Wat

This is the largest in the complex of temples at Angkor in Cambodia. From here a powerful family of kings ruled much of south-east Asia, from around the year 900 to 1432. The city was then abandoned, and more or less lost to the jungle, until rediscovered by a French explorer, Henri Mouhot, in 1860.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

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An Epoch puzzle: 216 pieces; 26 x 18 cm (10" x 7")
Code: E04017 (04-017 on box)
Retail price ¥1200

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Seiganto-ji
© Epoch
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Seiganto-ji

Near the southern tip of the Kii peninsula below Kyoto, this pagoda, just part of the temple complex, enjoys a commanding view of the impressive Nachi falls. Although the falls are actually across a valley, a suitable viewpoint brings them into the same picture.

* This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.

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An Epoch puzzle: 216 pieces; 18 x 26 cm (7" x 10")
Code: E04512 (04-512 on box)
Retail price ¥1000

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204 pieces

Mountain train with hydrangeas
© Yanoman
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Mountain train with hydrangeas

The Hakone mountain railway, passing by the famous hydrangeas.

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 15 x 10 cm (6" x 4")
Code: Y98271 (98-271 on box)
Retail price ¥500

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Train to happiness
© Yanoman
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Train to happiness

Two otherwise insignificant stations in Hokkaido became famous in a 1974 song "From Ai-no-kuni to Kofuku". The picture shows Kofuku, which means "Happiness"; the other station Ai-no-kuni means "country of love"...

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 15 x 10 cm (6" x 4")
Code: Y98273 (98-273 on box)
Retail price ¥500

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Kaminari Gate, Tokyo
© Yanoman
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Kaminarimon gate in Asakusa

This huge lantern (about 4 m tall) adorns the famous entrance in Asakusa, officially known as Furaijin-mon, after the gods of wind and thunder, who you can just see on either side.

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 15 x 10 cm (6" x 4")
Code: Y98298 (98-298 on box)
Retail price ¥500

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Tokyo Tower
© Yanoman
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Tokyo Tower

At 333 m tall, Tokyo Tower has been the biggest local landmark since 1958...

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 10 x 15 cm (4" x 6")
Code: Y98299 (98-299 on box)
Retail price ¥500

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Tokyo Station
© Yanoman
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Tokyo Station

You do not need to visit Tokyo to see Tokyo Station - go to Amsterdam instead, where you can see the original after which this was designed early in the 20th century.

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 15 x 10 cm (6" x 4")
Code: Y98300 (98-300 on box)
Retail price ¥500

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Shinjuku skyscrapers
© Yanoman
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Shinjuku skyscrapers

The modern Tokyo skyline - the central building is Tokyo City Hall, the administrative headquarters for the metropolis built in 1991.

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 15 x 10 cm (6" x 4")
Code: Y98301 (98-301 on box)
Retail price ¥500

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