Inspired Kathy’s Review:
This is a fun toy for kids that helps improve hand eye coordination. Also great for teaching patience and perseverance as this takes a lot of practice. This is a very nice product but after lots of use it starts to lose its luster due to paint chipping.
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Did You Know the Kendama is a traditional Japanese Wooden Toy? The word ‘Ken’ means ‘Sword’ and ‘tama’ means ‘Ball’, translating to the ‘Sword and the Ball’. This challenging novelty toy is the perfect gift and is all the ‘Kraze’ for youngsters worldwide. Competitions are popping up across the globe for this worldwide phenomenon. The kendama is comprised of 3 cups, one on the bottom of the stick, and one one each side. The 2 cups on the side are actually different sizes, making one of the cups more difficult to catch the ball with. Of course, the most difficult trick of all is to catch the ball on the spike. We are not affiliated with Kaleb, Zen, Tribute, or Sunrise Kendamas. While it may seem like a simple children’s toy, the Kendama can entertain for hours as you try to master all of its difficult trick sequences