Hungry minds will savor the deliciously difficult three-dimensional tetris required to solve the Dango Box. Two dozen "dango" or dumplings, fit perfectly inside of the wooden box with the lid shut flat on top. But if you dump the five modular wooden pieces out onto the table, you better have the appetite for a hearty challenge. The lid hides an ample obstruction on the underside and the dango balls simply don't fit together in all the ways you want them to.
Extremely difficult, even for experienced puzzlers, Dango Box ain't no snack—it's the whole dang meal. Designed by award-winning puzzle creator Iwahiro, a Japanese mathematician and writer and one of our favorite living puzzle inventors.
Measures approximately 4 x 4 inches . Made in Thailand.