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Jigsaw puzzles from Japan

The Attic

Deleted puzzles by artist Shu Mizoguchi

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).

1000 pieces

Fantastico
© Shu Mizoguchi

Fantastico (Shu)

The scene is truly fantastic—a girl looks out on a strange landscape, across a sea of clouds, while a flight of dolphins passes overhead...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2019
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10437 (1000-437 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Dolce
© Shu Mizoguchi

Dolce (Shu)

Two wispy, angelic figures gather round the piano...

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10438 (1000-438 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Emerge
© Shu Mizoguchi

Emerge (Shu)

A humanoid robot in female form is born...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10439 (1000-439 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Entrance
© Shu Mizoguchi

Entrance (Shu)

A humanoid robot gazes with us into the void. The title is the artists's, and the Japanese subtitle makes clear that this means the beginning of something...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10440 (1000-440 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Melodia
© Shu Mizoguchi

Melodia (Shu)

A young girl plays the harp, whose magical sound attracts a group of bunny rabbits to her feet...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued January 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10447 (1000-447 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Axia
© Shu Mizoguchi

Axia (Shu)

A fantasy creature - half girl, half butterfly - plays a glass violin...

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name. On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10457 (1000-457 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Odette
© Shu Mizoguchi

Odette (Shu)

Odette is, of course, the heroine of Swan Lake, and here the dancer's actions are mirrored by the swan behind her.

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name. On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10460 (1000-460 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Klytia
© Shu Mizoguchi

Klytia (Shu)

A scene of fantasy, as fish and dolphins entwine with the central fairy, in a setting of classical architecture.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2019
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10461 (1000-461 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Luminario
© Shu Mizoguchi

Luminario (Shu)

Fantasy carousel - but the only rider gazes back into the distance.

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name. On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This puzzle is printed with more ink colours for extra-vivid effect.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10464 (1000-464 on package)
Retail price ¥3600

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Aquallure
© Shu Mizoguchi

Aquallure (Shu)

A diaphanously clad mermaid swims demurely, bathed in moonlight...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This puzzle is printed with more ink colours for extra-vivid effect.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10465 (1000-465 on package)
Retail price ¥3600

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Etranger
© Shu Mizoguchi

Etranger (Shu)

A princess in her carriage is whisked away with an escort of swans. Her destination, the fairy castle in the sky...

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This puzzle is printed with more ink colours for extra-vivid effect.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10468 (1000-468 on package)
Retail price ¥3600

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Cherry breezes
© Shu Mizoguchi

Cherry breezes (Shu)

A contemporary-looking young woman in traditional attire walks among the scattering cherry petals, accompanied by a bevy of ducks. With the long-sleeved kimono, she might be just fresh from a university graduation ceremony.

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued January 2017
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10484 (1000-484 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Prelude
© Shu Mizoguchi

Prelude (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10607 (1000-607 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Al fine
© Shu Mizoguchi

Al fine (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10608 (1000-608 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Aquangel
© Shu Mizoguchi

Aquanjewel (Shu)

The bubbles rising through the picture suggest we are underwater — in an ambiguous way...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10630 (1000-630 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Geographia
© Shu Mizoguchi

Geographia (Shu)

A fantasy of aerial navigation... watched by a figure with a white horse

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10633 (1000-633 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Arukana blanc
© Shu Mizoguchi

Arcana blanc (Shu)

A dove alights on the raised hand of this innocent young girl, in her surroundings of the palest of pink roses.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued September 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10646 (1000-646 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Arukana rosé
© Shu Mizoguchi

Arcana rosé (Shu)

Butterflies flit around this wistful figure, completely surrounded by red roses.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued January 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10647 (1000-647 on package)
Retail price ¥3900

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Rondo memories
© Shu Mizoguchi

Rondo memories (Shu)

Omnibus collection of Shu's works, one for each month from January to December...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10655 (1000-655 on package)
Retail price ¥3800

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Dear Alice
© Shu Mizoguchi

Dear Alice (Shu)

Shu's portrayal of Alice in Wonderland, falling through the rabbit burrow, and surrounded by all the other familiar characters.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued March 2022
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10660 (1000-660 on package)
Retail price ¥3800

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Alice loge
© Shu Mizoguchi

Alice loge (Shu)

Shu's portrayal of Alice, who here appears to step out from the pages of a book...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued January 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10678 (1000-678 on package)
Retail price ¥3800

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Nutcracker sweet
© Shu Mizoguchi

Nutcracker sweet (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10757 (1000-757 on package)
Retail price ¥3800

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Alice vignette
© Shu Mizoguchi

Alice vignette (Shu)

Alice ensconced within an elaborate armchair, and surrounded by the wonderland icons, the playing cards, the march hare. The chandelier, though, is pure Shu.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued January 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10760 (1000-760 on package)
Retail price ¥3800

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Alice locomotion
© Shu

Alice locomotion (Shu)

Through the looking-glass we see Alice sitting at the chess table, and surrounded by all the familiar characters.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued December 2020
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10770 (1000-770 on package)
Retail price ¥3300

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Dreamworld flower
© Shu

Dreamworld floral (Shu)

A typically extravagant Shu conception; the figure in an ornate swirling kimono holds a kiseru, or traditional smoking pipe, amidst a sea of blossoms and ripples.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued November 2020
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10780 (1000-780 on package)
Retail price ¥3300

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Alice logical
© Shu

Alice logical (Shu)

A logical puzzle here, somewhere... the mystery script is in evidence again on the cards in the background: could they be clues?

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2021
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10789 (1000-789 on package)
Retail price ¥3300

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Queen Alice
© Shu

Queen Alice (Shu)

Alice sits on her throne, with three adoring kittens at her feet.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued March 2022
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 500 x 750 mm (20" x 30")
Code: A10811 (1000-811 on package)
Retail price ¥3300

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Love dream
© Shu

Love dream (Shu)

A figure floats mysteriously over a pond, the moon reflected at her feet. The original title, Asaki yumemishi is a punning form of a line from the ancient poem "I-ro-ha".

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued November 2020
An Appleone puzzle: 1000 pieces; 750 x 500 mm (30" x 20")
Code: A10822 (1000-822 on package)
Retail price ¥3300

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954 pieces

Alice passé
© Shu Mizoguchi

Alice passé (Shu)

Three vignettes from Shu's Alice series: Alice in the rabbit's room, "Eat me", and the mad hatter's tea party.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 954 pieces; 1020 x 340 mm (40" x 13")
Code: A96001 (954-001 on package)
Retail price ¥3300

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500 pieces

Valkyrie
© Shu Mizoguchi

Valkyrie (Shu)

An appropriately Germanic-looking maiden, with heavy sword, yet delicately poised over the water...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued August 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 500 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: A05203 (500-203 on package)
Retail price ¥2800

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Princess Kuzumo
© Shu

Princess Kuzumo (Shu)

Perhaps a figure of Shu's imagination, but this is a true princess of ancient time, with the fan and long hair of the Heian era, and accompanied by a little fox.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2020
An Appleone puzzle: 500 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: A05227 (500-227 on package)
Retail price ¥2500

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Aizen shiori
© Shu

Aizen Shiori (Shu)

Despite the traditional parasol and hair decorations, a very modern-looking figure... and a very luxurious kimono.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2020
An Appleone puzzle: 500 pieces; 380 x 530 mm (15" x 21")
Code: A05229 (500-229 on package)
Retail price ¥2500

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352 pieces

Alice passé
© Shu

Alice passé (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued May 2020
An Appleone puzzle: 352 pieces; 515 x 182 mm (20" x 7")
Code: A35001 (352-001 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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300 pieces

Fantastico
© Shu Mizoguchi

Fantastico (Shu)

The scene is truly fantastic—a girl looks out on a strange landscape, across a sea of clouds, while a flight of dolphins passes overhead...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03190 (300-190 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Dolce
© Shu Mizoguchi

Dolce (Shu)

Two wispy, angelic figures gather round the piano...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03191 (300-191 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Axia
© Shu Mizoguchi

Axia (Shu)

A fantasy creature - half girl, half butterfly - plays a glass violin...

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued December 2017
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03192 (300-192 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Luminario
© Shu Mizoguchi

Luminario (Shu)

Fantasy carousel - but the only rider gazes back into the distance.

Detail

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This puzzle is printed with more ink colours for extra-vivid effect.

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Discontinued December 2017
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 380 x 260 mm (15" x 10")
Code: A03205 (300-205 on package)
Retail price ¥1800

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Dance of the flowers
© Shu Mizoguchi

Dance of the flowers (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

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Discontinued May 2019
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03222 (300-222 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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The thistle of first love
© Shu Mizoguchi

The thistle of first love (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued August 2018
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03223 (300-223 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Red memories
© Shu Mizoguchi

Red memories (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued March 2019
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03237 (300-237 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Evening cherry dream
© Shu Mizoguchi

Evening cherry dream (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03245 (300-245 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Forget-me-not violets
© Shu Mizoguchi

Forget-me-not violets (Shu)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Permanently unavailable
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03246 (300-246 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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Arles Pasha
© Shu

Arles Pasha (Shu)

A scene inspired by the Tales of the Thousand and One Nights... with a suggestion that Arles Pasha is the name of the cat...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

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Discontinued March 2019
An Appleone puzzle: 300 pieces; 260 x 380 mm (10" x 15")
Code: A03280 (300-280 on package)
Retail price ¥2000

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216 pieces

Dear Alice
© Shu Mizoguchi

Dear Alice (Shu)

Shu's portrayal of Alice in Wonderland, falling through the rabbit burrow, and surrounded by all the other familiar characters.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

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Discontinued December 2018
A Yanoman puzzle: 216 pieces; 250 x 360 mm (10" x 14")
Code: Y6205 (62-05 on package)
Retail price ¥2100

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Evangel
© Shu Mizoguchi

Evangel (Shu)

An angelic creature floats in a baroque setting, between a mysteriously lettered ceiling above and lilies below.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued February 2019
A Yanoman puzzle: 216 pieces; 250 x 360 mm (10" x 14")
Code: Y6206 (62-06 on package)
Retail price ¥2100

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108 pieces

Alice redo
© Shu Mizoguchi

Alice redo (Shu)

Another rendering of Alice from Shu...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued December 2018
A Yanoman puzzle: 108 pieces; 182 x 257 mm (7" x 10")
Code: Y6109 (61-09 on package)
Retail price ¥1300

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Dolce
© Shu Mizoguchi

Dolce (Shu)

Two wispy, angelic figures gather round the piano...

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued February 2019
A Yanoman puzzle: 108 pieces; 182 x 257 mm (7" x 10")
Code: Y6110 (61-10 on package)
Retail price ¥1300

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Arcana blanc
© Shu Mizoguchi

Arcana blanc (Shu)

A dove alights on the raised hand of this innocent young girl, in her surroundings of the palest of pink roses.

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued February 2019
A Yanoman puzzle: 108 pieces; 182 x 257 mm (7" x 10")
Code: Y6111 (61-11 on package)
Retail price ¥1300

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I-ro-ha poem
© Shu Mizoguchi

I-ro-ha poem (Shu)

The figure with a parasol, the cherry blossom, ducks on a stream, somehow a foreboding scene...

("I-ro-ha" is the beginning of the Japanese syllabary, rather like "A-B-C"; the original title is Iroha meguri.)

Born in Hiroshima in 1972, the artist developed his talent for original art while working as a graphic artist for a game company. He is now an independent creator of fantasy works.

Mizoguchi is his family name; he signs his work "Shu", the short form of his given name (Shuichi). On the box his name is given as "SHU Mizoguchi", somewhat confusingly, given the recent trend to writing the family name first capitalized.

* Crystal puzzle - made from translucent plastic, for a stained glass effect.

Permanently unavailable
Discontinued November 2017
A Yanoman puzzle: 108 pieces; 182 x 257 mm (7" x 10")
Code: Y6112 (61-12 on package)
Retail price ¥1300

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