Japanese crosswords (Nonogram) are a highly intriguing kind of crossword that improves logic, figurative thinking, and scholarship. Crossword Japanese is a problem in which a picture is encrypted with the use of digits. The purpose of the puzzle is to rebuild this image fully. The figures in the left and top problem describe horizontally and vertically the cell groups of shaded (going inline, without gaps) cells. And the number order specifies the group order, but it is unclear in which every group begins and finishes (in fact, to determine their position and is the task of the puzzle). Each digit is a group of a specific size (i.e. digit 5 represents a group of five consecutive colored cells, 1 represents a group of one single-colored cell). A cell between groups of the same hue should be at least one unpainted.