A stripe is imprinted on the Kendama sunrise competition stripes. The marking helps when learning tricks as the stripe makes it easier to see the wooden game ball move.
Kendama sunrise competition stripes – the cult game from Japan
Kendama is a popular, traditional leisure activity from Japan that has gained popularity in America as well as more and more fans. The term is derived from the words "Ken" – Japanese for ball and "Tama" – meaning sword. The game ball has a hole on the underside – you can 'impale' the ball using the tip of the handle. There are cup-shaped recesses on the grip, which you can also use to catch the balls. The left cup is called "Kozara", the right "Ozara" and the cup on the under side of the grip "Chuzara". There are countless game variations thanks to this combination. The wooden game ball is connected to the handle with a cord, which increases its versatility even further because you can also incorporate juggling and artistic elements into the game.
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Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Long cord. Danger of strangulation.