Japanese handicrafts are traditional crafts made of materials produced in Japan,
and have both functionality and Japanese beauty.
Those crafts, created with painstaking craftsmanship passed down through generations, have been used by many people and are deeply involved with their everyday life.
Kendama is a traditional hand-held toy, which has a stick with a point at one end, and three cups attached, and a ball with a small hole in one end. In recent years, Kendama is widely spread as pop culture in Japan, so that various designs and colors of it are now available. It is started to be admired overseas, or recognized as one of COOL JAPAN .