The small cup on the bottom of the Kendama
American kendama plaer an inliner, staring in some of the best kendama edits on you tube.
Japanese for "ball". The ball of the kendama.
A short video clip in which a player shows his skill with the kendama.
Japanese Kendama Association
Licensing official kendama and organizing kendama competitions in Japan.
Japanese for "sword". The handle of the kendama.
The small cup of the kendama.
A famous kendama model designed by Iwata Mokko. Production was stopped in 2008,
Official JKA -Modell manufactured by Yamagata Koubou, with an patent from 2008 the latst official Kednama. Currently available in 6 colors.
Big cup, to catch the ball..
Name of the striped Shinfuji-versions.
The drum-like part of the Kendama which has the Ozora and Kosora at its sides.
Official Kendama Model, which previously was manufactured byYamagata Koubou, but is manufactured by an undisclosed supplier. Available in 4 colors plus in as so called Rokurosen in a blue-striped and a red-striped version.
A previous, no longer in production, Kendama model by Art Yoshi. It had the dark-blue JKA seal.
Offiicial JKa-Kendama, available in 4 colors..