Kendama Pop - Bilboquet
Kendama Pop Agility Games by Krom
Created in the early twentieth century, but made popular among teens in the last decade or so, kendama is a Japanese-origin game of skill, similar to bilboquet. It has two cups for performing tricks.
Krom's pop model is perfect for starting out.
The handle (the ken) is made of grade A (chip-resistant) beech wood. It is made of tip fine, as well as larges bevels with the rope hole that is off-center making tricks easier.
The ball (the tama) is painted with bright color which gives it a modern style. It is made with rubber paint that is chip resistant.
The Kendama Pop is a fun and addictive way to practice concentration, patience and creativity, while having fun.
A game idea that will get teens off their smartphones :)
The box includes:
- A Kendama Pop (bilboquet)
- A poster
- A sticker
- An extra rope with its tool
Ages: From 3 years old
Materials: Grade A beech wood (chip resistant)
Dimensions: 7 x 2.75 inches - 18 x 7 cm
Ball size: 2.25 inches - 5.7 cm
Cleaning: Can be washed with a damp cloth.
Color and detail may vary from photos.
Founded in Denmark in 2010, by 2014 World Freestyle Champion Thorkild May, Krom is working to bring Kendama to the world. It now consists of several world and European champions.
The team uses its experience to create the best kendama.