Imaginatorium Shop, version 2

Welcome to the new Imaginatorium site at imaginatorium.com. There is no "total reorganisation", so you should be able to find things easily, and eventually any bookmarks to the old shop will be redirected to the right page. The new checkout is working, which means that in simple cases you will be able to complete a purchase in the normal way.

Covid-19: Shop status

There are still many problems in the postal system, varying hugely from one country to another. More details on the front page, and at the checkout there will be more specific information about the destination country (sorry: not implemented for all countries yet!).

Jigsaw puzzles from Japan

Illustrations by Naoki Tanaka

On this page: The puzzles - More about the artist

The puzzles

Sights of Japan
© Naoki Tanaka

1000: Sights of Japan

Landmarks, both ancient and modern, from all across Japan, with Mount Fuji at the top, and Tokyo Station taking the central place in the foreground. The picture is crammed with little details, to make this a very enjoyable puzzle.

* This puzzle has micro pieces

In stock
A Beverly puzzle: 1000 pieces; 380 x 260 mm (15" x 10")
Code: BM81610 (M81-610 on package)
Retail price ¥2200 (approx. US$18.33 €16.79 £14.10)

All about ordering (please read first)

Sights of Kyoto
© Naoki Tanaka
Position map

1000: Sights of Kyoto

All the famous sites of Kyoto — the golden pavilion, the rock garden, Kiyomizudera, festivals and more — in one jolly picture...

There is also a key in English on the back of the box.

Detail

* This puzzle has micro pieces

In stock
A Beverly puzzle: 1000 pieces; 380 x 260 mm (15" x 10")
Code: BM81615 (M81-615 on package)
Retail price ¥2200 (approx. US$18.33 €16.79 £14.10)

All about ordering (please read first)

Tanaka Naoki

Born in Tokyo in 1957, Tanaka graduated from Musashino Art University, and has achieved considerable success as an illustrator. His series of omnibus portrayals of famous sights has been widely adopted for use in jigsaw puzzles produced both in Japan and elsewhere: these are lively images, bending perspective at will to capture the essence of a location.

Naoki is his given name.

Deleted puzzles

For reference: you can view all the puzzles by Naoki Tanaka that are out of print in the Attic.