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An beautiful analogue clock that motivates children who cannot yet tell the time to read the time from a clock.The origin of the clock’s slightly humorous name is the Japanese pronunciation when reading the minutes in the base 60 numeral system. In Japanese, you read 5 minutes as “go(five)-fun,” 10 minutes as “ju(ten)-pun,” 15 minutes as “jugo(fifteen)-fun,” and 20 minutes as “niju(twenty)-pun.” This clock is easy to explain to children, simple, made of beautiful materials, and it matches any interior design.
The clock can be hung on a wall if you remove the accessory part from the bottom. Its rich depth can also become a little accent in a room.
Size: 150mm x 161mm x 62mm
Material: ABS resin, glass
Designed by: Yoko Dobashi
Made in Japan
TAKATA Lemnos Inc.Founded in 1947, TAKATA Lemnos Inc. started as a brass casting manufacturing company in Takaoka-city, Toyama Prefecture, Japan and went into full-scale business trade with Seiko Clock Co., Ltd in 1966. Lemnos works with many well-known designers such as Riki Watanabe, Kazuo Kawasaki, Shin Azumi, Tomoko Azumi, Kanae Tsukamoto to design and create clocks that are timeless and accentuates the beauty of the raw material used. Their products are made by craftspeople with finely honed techniques in Japan. Lemnos brand products are now highly praised from the design shops and interior shops around the world.
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