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Onigiri (RF-17) by Karakuri Creation Group
Photo courtesy of Puzzle Master
Name
Onigiri
Alternative Names
Karakuri Onigiri, Rice Ball
Reference
RF-17 (Smaller Version)
RF-17-2 (Larger Version)
Dimensions
RF-17: 10.0 x 20.0 x 10.0cm
RF-17-2: 14.0 x 23.0 x 11.0
Year
RF-17: 2007
RF-17-2 2008
Cost
$604
Availability
Available
Material
Walnut, Berry, Dogwood, Ichii, Old Katsura
Difficulty
5 Move
Objective
Find the two hidden compartments within the onigiri

RF-17

The craftsman often had his mother cook Onigiri (a Rice Ball) when he was a child. He liked miso Onigiri and grilled Onigiri. Which kind of Onigiri did you like? The trick was made using the shape of the laver well. The two Onigiri are connected and move together. It has 5 moves. In addition, there are two extra spaces to be opened. -Karakuri Creation Group


RF-17-2

This is a commercial version of RF-17. The mechanism is the same as RF-17. The traditional sheath under a real rice ball is "bamboo sheath" In both of the works RF-17 and RR-17-2, the "bamboo sheath" is made of the same wood. In the RF-17, it is very thin just like a real one. On the other hand, in the RF-17-2, the thickness of it is around two millimeters. It is stronger than the thin one. The size of the setting are a little different between RF-17 and RF-17-2. -Karakuri Creation Group