We Like Making Things.

We specialize in 100% hand-made kendamas, using beautiful and exotic woods. We have also invented a new juggling toy, called The Pill (patent pending). 
Our workshop is in Vancouver, BC. We host Jam Night every Tuesday from 5-7pm; stop by to learn some new tricks and explore our shop! 

Handmade from start to finish, fresh new toys for your collection. Enjoy.

LBB - Beechwood

Made to fit your hands

These kendamas are just a little bit bigger than normal, and we're absolutely in love with them! This model is CNC-manufactured in the Czech Republic, and then assembled and packaged by hand in our Vancouver workshop. These LBB kendamas are made to shred! 

Beech is a species that looks good, plays well, and can take a beating. It is widely used in the kendama industry, and is a stock favourite of many players. 
Avg Weight 86 gram ken / 91 gram tama 

Kens and tamas have been matched by weight. Each kendama comes in a sealed box with a carrying bag, string, bead, string tool, and stickers included. Ken comes unstrung. 

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What's New

New Video: Mr. Sourmash Terra Shop Visit

June 22, 2016

Kendama painting mastermind Mr Sourmash spent some time hanging out in our workshop a couple weeks ago, and he just dropped a short edit filmed during his time in Vancouver! Give it a look below:

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June 11 - Edgemont Kendama Jam & Competition

May 29, 2016

On Saturday, June 11, we're helping to host a kendama jam and competition at the BC Playthings shop, in North Vancouver BC. There will be contests for all skill levels, as well as a freestyle jam, pill contests, and many other sidegames. Registration begins 9:00 amCompetition starts 10:00 amClick here to pre-register for the eventsClick here for the Facebook event pagePlease see the video below for a rundown of the contest rules, and a demonstration of the trick ladders. --------------------------------------- Ladder battle rules:- Each competitor can compete in one skill category (beg, int, adv)- Any standard kendama may be used, but no kendamas larger than a Terra LBB (18cm tall, base cup to spike)- Qualifying rounds will be larger groups, with...

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