Hanayama Cast Puzzles - Best Ones

  • Published on Apr 28, 2016
  • See and learn on some of the best Hanayama Cast Puzzles collection. Great Metal Cast puzzles to play with and collect. All Hanayama Cast puzzles collection are available for purchase at www.brilliantpuzzles.com.
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Comments • 54

  • ThePhantomKing
    ThePhantomKing Month ago

    Fidget spinners for the egnimatics and untapped geniuses.

  • RossDM
    RossDM 3 months ago

    The Violin is the best looking in my opinion. For solving, my favourite is the Cylinder, which I'd suggest getting, it's brilliant. There's loads here that I haven't got yet, they're now on the list! Thanks.

  • MrGAMECATCanaveral
    MrGAMECATCanaveral 5 months ago

    Thanks for the website!!!!!!!! Time to spend some cash

  • saldownik
    saldownik 6 months ago

    And why this ones are the best? Looks like a random assortment.

  • mukesh gupta
    mukesh gupta 8 months ago


  • kartikey shukla Baba
    kartikey shukla Baba 8 months ago

    i m from india how to buy it

  • Steven Moeller
    Steven Moeller 8 months ago

    I just wanted to mention a couple things about the Hanayama puzzles that I love so much.
    The Nut puzzle is now called the Nut Case puzzle and has the words "nut" and "case" engraved on the center nuts.
    The Seabream is also called the Trout, and the puzzle can be found under both names on Amazon.
    I didn't see the Jigsaw puzzle on the table, but it is also called the Equa.
    There are 2 versions of the Key puzzle, the original seen here, and an "updated" version of it. However, Key 2 should be avoided due to poor material durability causing the pieces to separate very easily after solving it just a few times.
    A few more Hanayama puzzles that look spectacular like the Radix are the Twist, H&H, and Ring 2.

  • Paul Mujica
    Paul Mujica 10 months ago

    Hola soy de América Perú para ser exactos como puedo conseguir los puzzles a q dirección donde los consigo acá

    • Cristina Falconett
      Cristina Falconett 7 months ago

      Paul Mujica hola, hay una pagina que se dedica a vender puzzles www.puzzlemaster.ca

  • Moritz Hambach
    Moritz Hambach 10 months ago +2

    You don’t have the infinity

  • Dana Santucci
    Dana Santucci 10 months ago

    The twist one is so easy I got it from fucking walmart

  • Jett Tall
    Jett Tall 11 months ago

    shutup you fat fuck

  • yeonghun영훈
    yeonghun영훈 11 months ago

    한국인 손 !!!

  • Mikplayeur
    Mikplayeur Year ago

    Where is the Quartet cast puzzle ???

  • Jurij Fedorov
    Jurij Fedorov Year ago +1

    You need to remove the music and start talking. Why did you like them? How would you rate them?

  • M&GDubstep M&G
    M&GDubstep M&G Year ago

    Can someone link me to the cast marble they have in this video.

  • d0npian0
    d0npian0 Year ago

    Thanks for not showing the solutions :)

    • Marie-France Ménard
      Marie-France Ménard 10 months ago

      Look here. There are the full solutions of these puzzle.

  • bords cruz
    bords cruz Year ago

    hi...we're me bay iwant one pies plss help

  • Skylaw360 Doblada

    dude cast devil is a good and easy puzzle

  • nyk31
    nyk31 Year ago

    O god, focus I'm going blind

  • FX Widodo
    FX Widodo Year ago +1

    you solves all puzzle, not try and error but with concept and knowledge

    • nyk31
      nyk31 Year ago

      Study the shape and develop 3 dimensional knowledge, think of possible sneaky tricks they could use based on the shape

  • T.H gaming
    T.H gaming Year ago

    I have the labyrinth and I finally solved it it's just a pain to put it together

  • Demoniccereal S
    Demoniccereal S Year ago +12

    did anyone else find it blurrie

  • Anush Salian
    Anush Salian 2 years ago +1

    I wanna buy it too costlt

  • Darkshot88
    Darkshot88 2 years ago +1

    My favorites, in order:
    1. H And H
    2. Cast Square
    3. Cast Marble
    4. Galaxy
    5. Cast Coil

  • Carp Etlick
    Carp Etlick 2 years ago +1

    I have: News, Quartet, Nutcase, Enigma, Chain, Elk, Square, Vortex, and Equa

    • Darren Bohan
      Darren Bohan 2 years ago +1

      I read that as you had news about the puzzles

  • Joe
    Joe 2 years ago

    The square is my favourite because it took me ages but I figured that with gravity pushing both ways it had to be spun to react to the gravity

    • thames21
      thames21 Year ago

      JoePM 2804 I saw the solution on accident and now can't help but wonder how long it would have taken me to find that out on my own. Still is very neat and I really want to buy it

  • hayesman76
    hayesman76 2 years ago +7

    I'm interested in watching this video but when I started to do so it appeared that the solutions were going to be shown so I stopped the video. Are the solves actually shown? I plan to buy some of these Hanayama puzzles but don't want to see the solutions!

    • Marie-France Ménard
      Marie-France Ménard 10 months ago

      Look here. There are the full solutions of these puzzle.

    • Marie-France Ménard
      Marie-France Ménard 10 months ago

      Look here. There are the full solutions of these puzzles.

    • hayesman76
      hayesman76 2 years ago

      I'm grappling with Enigma (Level 6) at work and Vortex (Level 5) at
      home. Hanayama has done an outstanding job with these puzzles! I prefer
      cast puzzles vs wire puzzles and these have the perfect feel.

    • Tony Conrad
      Tony Conrad 2 years ago +5

      Nope, there weren't any solutions shown. Have fun with the puzzles! They're extremely interesting.

  • Jens W.
    Jens W. 2 years ago +1

    Ahh nice, my three favourites are among them (Marble, Baroq and Coil)
    Another rather easy one that i like a lot is Cast Donut. it's really not hard, but what i like about it is that it can be solved by logically following the visual cues.
    If you want a truly evil one, try Cast Equa. I'm not going to touch that one ever again after having painstakingly assembled it again.

  • Sahadeo Kumar
    Sahadeo Kumar 2 years ago +1

    which is the hardest

  • elputomagonegro
    elputomagonegro 2 years ago

    Ebay collection look this pack: Puzzles, rubiks, magics, floppy, bedlam, metal, madera, llaveros, soportes

  • Pavel Drotár
    Pavel Drotár 2 years ago +8

    Hello, thank you for the video.
    Unfortunately, a lot of it is out of focus, and it would be nice if you'd show at least a tiny bit of movement on these puzzles - such as opening the Marble puzzle to show the beautiful "marble" in the middle of the two framing elements.
    Alternatively, you might intercut between their solved and unsolved version - showing the original form first, then the fully separated one as well. That would give the viewers opportunity to appreciate the truly beautiful design. Without that motion or solution, it is not as easy to see "what the fuzz is about".
    Furthermore, about midway through, you started mentioning the difficulty, but that was already after you went through Enigma (level 6 - hardest) and ABC (one of the easiest).
    I'm writing these criticisms to inspire you for your future videos, not to somehow belittle you.

  • Hannes Voites
    Hannes Voites 2 years ago +1

    The enigma was designed (not by Nobuyuki Yoshigahara, but) by Eldon Vaughn, who I'm guessing is turning in his grave since he passed away April 2015.

    • Hannes Voites
      Hannes Voites 2 years ago +1

      ok so I found a eljo solve guide on a forum. hanayama relased enigma in 2004, eljo had copyrighted this guide in 2003. Looking at the two versions, the only difference I see is in the two-notch piece, don't know if it affects the solve or states - I too would have to get a hold of the original to compare. In my mind this puzzle was not designed by Nob until I do..

    • Gabriel Fernandes
      Gabriel Fernandes 2 years ago +1

      Yes, it's made from plastic. Looks like it's similar to the Hanayama version.

    • Hannes Voites
      Hannes Voites 2 years ago

      Have you seen the eljo games variant? Seems like halfway between the original and hanayama.

    • Gabriel Fernandes
      Gabriel Fernandes 2 years ago +1

      I would have to try the original and see. The concept is probably the same, though.

    • Hannes Voites
      Hannes Voites 2 years ago

      oh cool I've never seen that patent, thanks. I don't know how much the shape change affect the solve though.

  • Mohan Mareedu
    Mohan Mareedu 3 years ago

    Do you have any heart shaped puzzles?

    • Gabriel Fernandes
      Gabriel Fernandes 2 years ago +1

      +Mohan Mareedu - Yes, they do. Search for Cast Heart and Cast Amour.