Mt Fuji from Yamanaka puzzle


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These 1,000 piece puzzles are sure to be a new favorite in your collection! Custom-made for Moonlit Sea Prints, they measure 20″x28″ completed and were based on high resolution scans that we took of some of our favorite prints in the gallery.

The puzzles are made on “Grade A” high quality dense cardboard, die-cut using the manufacturer’s own unique die utilizing a wide range of shapes. They are then packaged in a resealable bag and in a thick-walled cardboard box for storage.

This puzzle is of “Ito Takashi – Mt. Fuji from Yamanaka“, originally published in 1952.

The snow-covered peak rises in the distance against a sky softly shaded with pink and violet, framed by the bare tree trunks in the foreground. Lake Yamanaka is a popular lake area northeast of Mt. Fuji, the third highest lake in Japan, and one of the “Fuji Five Lakes” part of the World Heritage List. From the shore of Lake Yamanaka you can begin to see the rise of Mt. Fuji from the surrounding landscape, even as it is 20+ km away.