Looking for a solid but minimal setup? These beechwood kens are the perfect fix.
Add your own art by painting or engraving them, or just leave them natty and get straight to shredding!
The Kocho shape was designed by Rod, who wanted to create a modernized shape that could cater to his unique style of play.
“Ever since I started making kendamas in 2014, I’ve learned a lot about different shapes, their attributes, and what I like in a kendama.
With every ken that I’ve made, I’ve gotten a little closer to this shape, which I’ve decided to call the Kocho shape (Japanese for favourable, or good shape).” -Rod
Terra Kendama has built a reputation for upholding the highest levels of quality and craftsmanship, through an un-matched attention to detail that other production processes simply don’t allow.
Terra Kendama is a proudly Canadian company based in Vancouver, BC. We have been pushing the limits of kendama creation since 2011, helped by a team of dedicated players and makers around the world.
Terra Kendama is the only business run by professional players making hand-turned kendamas: All Terra hand-turned kens are made by Alex Smith, and the Roddama hand-turned kens are made by Rodney Ansell.
Both Alex and Rodney have maintained positions as pro players for years, so they are well-versed in the sort of details that set a good kendama apart from the rest.
Not every wood species makes a good kendama, but we’ve done our homework to make sure that every product made in our workshop will stand up to the abuse of modern kendama play.
Working at a small scale allows us to easily test new designs and wood species, so that we can make the best kendamas on the market.
TERRA KENDAMA BEECH:
- Kocho shape
- High quality beechwood
- Terra leaf logo engraving
- Sharp edges to lock stall tricks
- Bottom cup ‘bullet-hole’
- For lunar balance
- Bearing bead for reduced string tangle
- Avg Weight: 79.8g ken / 81.5 g tama
- Tama diameter: 6.15 cm
- Ken length: 16.5 cm