Ishino Keiichiro is a Japanese mathematician and puzzle designer who has produced a large number of popular puzzles such as the Burr in Cage, Nested Burr and Yachimata Cube.
Ishino Keiichiro owns the comprehensive polycube Puzzle Will Be Played website that catalogues designs and solutions of mainly polycube packing problems and interlocking burr puzzles from designers worldwide.
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Ishino Keiichiro Puzzles
Ishino has produced some great puzzles, of which many are below (Please feel free to update on missing puzzles).
|Yachimata Cube||Notchable 9 Moves 7 Holes||Burr in Cage|
|Nested Burr||Burr In Cage 22||Impossible Level 10|
|Unique Level 4.6||Sushi Puzzle*|
*TheMetagrobologist most wanted. Do you have a copy to sell/trade? Email or PM us on our Facebook Page.
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Impossible Level 10 by Ishino Keiichiro © Nick Baxter (BaxterWeb)