Dad Makes His Daughter A Maze So Complex It’ll Make Your Head Explode


Several years ago, a girl discovered an incredibly intricate maze that her father, Kazuo Nomura, spent seven years drawing while he was a janitor. It had been sitting rolled up in a tube since 1983, but when his daughter posted images to Twitter it went viral and they turned it into a print so everyone could try to solve the puzzle.

Nomura’s daughter pressured him to create a new maze and, after 32 years, he finally gave in. This new maze took him two months to complete and is supposedly even more complicated than the first according to those who have given it a try. Apparently, it takes a minimum of two days to solve!

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