Yosegi, or yosegi-zaiku, is a type of traditional Japanese mosaic woodwork which originated in Japans culturally rich Edo Period.
Yosegi veneers are commonly found on the outside of Japanese secret boxes (Himitsu-Bako) or puzzle boxes, but may also be used to decorate many other items such as trays, chests, kendama, coasters, photo frames and jewelry boxes.
Check out this Japanese Puzzle Box (also known as a hit box) by Puzzle Master.
A solution, as well as a complete care guide is included with each puzzle box.
Puzzle Master makes a large assortment of disentanglement puzzles, brain teasers, jigsaws, puzzle rings, trick locks, boomerangs, chess sets, etc. This Canadian company specializes in taking traditional puzzle designs and adding their own unique touch.