The Kendama is a traditional single player ball game that is easy to play, but difficult to master!
Great for children who love to master a unique skill, the object of this Japanese sport is to catch the attached ball on each of the cupped surfaces of the durable hammer-like handle. In addition to this basic manoeuvre, there are numerous other tricks that players can perform, all of which require impeccable hand-eye coordination. What a great way to help little ones who fear catching a ball, as the string makes things feel less scary!
Wilth multiple degrees of difficulty, the Kendama ball even has a hole in it, which allows more advanced players to catch it on the handle spike.