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Silver - Solid Fumetsu Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $20.95
Black - Solid Fumetsu Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $20.95
Light Purple - Solid Fumetsu Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $21.95
Silver fumetsu kendama, glitter finish. Shiny and polished finish, for a “black as night” feel. Fumetsu Kendama. A smooth, glossy, pearl gold finish. Shiny and polished finish, the light blue and yellow makes for an awesome color combination.
Light Orange - Solid Fumetsu Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $20.95
Royal Blue - Solid Fumetsu Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $20.95
Red - Solid Fumetsu Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $20.95
A smooth, glossy, pearl gold finish. Royal Blue Fumetsu Kendama, glossy. Shiny and polished finish, the blue and yellow makes for an awesome color combination Red color fumetsu kendama, high gloss
Fumetsu - Dark Green and Black - Striped Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $21.95
Fumetsu - Black and Yellow - Triple Striped Kendama
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $22.95
Shiny and polished finish, the green with the black stripe is an awesome color combination. A great bargain, this kendama has small factory blemishes.

A great practice kendama for the price, you can test out new tricks and moves without having to worry about chipping your primary kendama!

You cant go wrong with this deal!
A great bargain, this kendama has small factory blemishes.

A great practice kendama for the price, you can test out new tricks and moves without having to worry about chipping your primary kendama!

You cant go wrong with this deal!
Shiny and polished finish, the blue and yellow makes for an awesome color combination

Thanks for visiting Momma Kendama!

We have the best selection of Kendamas at our store. We carry original models and authentic kendamas for the novice or professional kendama player. The kendama is much more challenging than ring and pin games, simple ball and cup games, or Latin America's balero game. Today's Kendama has a point at the top, the two cups on the side, called Kozara and Ozara, and the one at the bottom of the Kendama, is called the Chuzara.

You will want to try the different grips of the handle. The KEN grip (the most common one) is to grip your kendama with your thumb below the largest cup, on one side. The rest of your fingers will be on the other side. The TAMA grip (when you hold the ball, and not the Kendama) uses the ball to catch, therefore the hold in the ball needs to be faced upward. The Rousoku grip (called the Pin grip) holds the kendama by the spike to catch the ball in the bottom cup.

Components of the Kendama:

  • Ball
  • Ken
  • Big Cup
  • Small Cup
  • Bottom Cup/Base
  • Spike or Point
  • Cross-Piece
  • Ball Hole
  • String

What are the benefits of the Kendama? Develop perseverance, fortitude and tolerance.

Have fun while learning a new challenge. Come on, you know you wanna Kendama!