We eagerly await the sakura blossoms in Vancouver every year, as the sakura trees that line the street in front of our workshop become alive with the tiny pink flowers. This means longer and warmer days are fast approaching, and we'll probably spend them jamming some kendama in the park.
This year's Sakura kendama is actually made from Sakura wood! This is a low-density species that has a nice and soft feel to it. No long break in period for these setups! Get straight into your favourite tricks.
Prefect shape High quality sakura wood テラ spells 'Terra' on the handle Sakura art engraving in the big cup 桜 ("sakura") kanji engraving in the tama bevel "Beta-beta" sticky clear-coat paint
Bottom cup hole for lunar balance Avg Weight: 75.9 g ken / 77.8 g tama Tama diameter: 6.3 cm Ken length: 16.9 cm
Each complete kendama comes in a sealed package, and includes a spare string/bearing pack and stickers.