I still remembered when I was young, one of the few toys which I played was Lego. So when this toy caught my attention, I decided to recover some reminiscence with it together with my kid. Nanoblock which originated from Japan manufactured by the company named Kawado (http://www.diablock.co.jp/nanoblock/), is very similar to Lego. Except the blocks are extremely small but once you have assembled them, the output can be quite impressive. It has a wide selection of world buildings, animals and special characters.
It comes in 2 forms : Boxed version and Zip-locked package. The latter is a simpler version.
It comes with a colored illustration with step-by-step instructions which one can follow to assemble the kit.
Do refer to the ‘Level’ grading on the cover to gauge how complex the assembly can be. A level 4 version can easily require your attention for 1.5 hours. Personally, I would recommend this toy to young kids to train their patience and polish their perspective orientation (in 3D view).
Some of the nanoblocks which my kid (6+ yrs) has assembled with occasional help from me:
If you are interested to get one to try, you can get them at these stores:
– Takashimaya L3 toy section
– PageOne bookstore (Vivocity)
– Borders @ Parkway Parade
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