Craft Concepts. Chapter 3.
We filled the Craft shop full of KUSA team players to work on this special project. The Luna shape is a unique variation of the highly popular Jet shape for those who like a thinner, sleeker feeling ken. We scaled the ken down to be slightly shorter, with a more aggressive taper and a thinner spike. The sarado is shaped to lock in slinger tricks on a whole new level. We made modifications to the slip stall, and made the base of the handle a bit thinner. The cup rims are refined with sharp edges for stalls, and the beveled base cup hole gives this shape a perfect weight distribution.
Features & Improvements
- Mix & Match your favorite Ken & Tama wood species
- Kens available in Hard Maple or Yellow Birch
- Tamas available in Yellow Birch, White Ash, and Hard Maple
- Sarado shaped for insane slingers
- Large Cups for maximum Playability
- Wide stall points with Crisp Cup Rims to lock in stall tricks
- Perfect Craft Bevel
- Deep Beveled Base-Cup Hole for great weight distribution
- 100% Designed and Produced by Experienced Kendama Players
- Proudly Manufactured in the USA
Craft Kendamas are exceptional on so many levels. These are NOT mass-produced Kendamas from overseas. Every single Craft Kendama is made from scratch, with every detail hand-finished by experienced players right here in the USA in our own custom built workshop. This extraordinary level of craftsmanship and care results in a Kendama that will elevate your game.
All wood in the Craft shop is sustainably sourced from the highest quality North American timber.
Birch offers players durability and grip in a great weight range for Kendamas. Yellow birch is a very resilient and durable species, and has quickly become one of our favorite North American wood species work with.
Ash wood is strikingly beautiful. The spaced and porous growth rings will provide you with a coarse surface, give you a natural grip. Ash wood is durable and lightweight with a texture that you'll love. When it comes to unpainted nattys, nothing is quite like our ash tamas.
Hard Maple is the strongest of the maple species. Its closed grain structure gives the Ken a smooth feel and a crisp sound on contact. Maple wood has an elegant wavy grain, and is the most resistant to scratches and dents. Maple has become the favorite Ken wood of many pro players worldwide.