"Cat Jenga" is a balance game in which pieces of wood in the shape of a cat are piled up. Like Jenga, if you break it, you lose. The winner is the one who piles up higher.
The size of one piece is about 4 x 4 cm. There are 6 pieces of cats with different poses in one set, and it seems that they can be stacked in various positions and combinations.
At Cat Jenga, the movements of cats who are interested in various things and play around are reproduced with a sense of dynamism. I am convinced that COMMA in Taiwan, who worked on the design, grew up in the house of the sculptor's grandfather.
There are two types of materials, teak and maple, and there are a total of seven types in the lineup. The price is about 1,900 yen, and you can purchase it at Taiwan's handmade marketplace "Pinkoi" or Amazon.com.