Traditional wooden Japanese toy . It is made of a hammer-like handle with a long tip and a ball with a hole in the bottom, which is connected to the handle by a string. The "arms" of the holder end with recesses into which the ball falls.
Exercising dexterity and reflexes
The toy perfectly develops hand-eye coordination. Train your child's reflexes, precision and patience. Plus, you can personally use Kendam to help you de-stress after a hard day at work or school.
Made of wood
The game is made of wood, it is light, completely covered with paint ensuring good adhesion.
You are only limited by your imagination
Beginners can pick up the ball with a hammer and stick it on the skewer. Advanced players, on the other hand, can balance the ball in different places, performing various tricks.
The product consists of:
- handle / stick
- skewer (spike)
- two recesses on the hammer (Cups)
- ball with a hole on the rope (Tama)
Using a hammer with two indentations, throw the ball from one indent to the other, aiming at the spike. If the ball slips from one of the recesses and misses the spike, it is a failure.
So basically the fun is placing a Dam on Spike.
- Made of wood
- Intended for children from 5 years of age
- A toy for everyone, not only for children
- Reflex training
- Learning precision and concentration
1 x Kendama