You’ll see at a glance how this perpetual calendar works. The dice are rotated to show the current day, date and month.
Also evident is the skill and beauty of the model-based calendar.
The incredibly clever calendar is sold by Sakurajapan JP from Japan via Etsy. The bad news, at the time of writing, there’s only one left.
The model calendar is about 10cm wide, 10cm high, and 7 deep. It’s made from polyester resin and PVC. It’s not made in Japan, I note. Transparently, Sakurajapan JP discloses its origins as the Philippines. Here’s an Etsy site acting as a reseller, which isn’t uncommon; it’s just unusual for them to admit as much.
Returns are accepted, as are international orders, and the estimated arrival is about three weeks from dispatch (at least to here in the UK).
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