The component pieces look like nothing more than croutons.
When hinged together, each cluster of similarly sized wood cubes looks like this.
I’m trying to decide which size is best.
I thought the novelty of the smallest cubes would be preferable, but the two largest sizes are more satisfying for adult hands to hold.
3 responses to “Yoshimoto cubes part 1”
This is so cool! You are so clever, Lele.
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