On a shelf in the far corner of the toy store, there is a “Kendama”
It is a toy which was born 100 years ago in Japan,
accepted by people of all ages and genders as a “National Toy”,
and now, it is gaining recognition as a new sport.
With “Kendama”, I can have fun with people regardless of language.
Through “Kendama”, I can make friends around the world.
If I practice “Kendama”, I can shine on a global level.
“Kendama” is playing a new role
as a new communication tool for the world.
I love “Kendama” with all of my heart.
Why? Because it’s what is going to pave the path for my future.