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Learn how to do the cup transfer Kendama Trick, Moshi Kame


Moshi Kame Kendama Trick
This trick is Moshi Kame, and it looks like this:

Just like that. It is a pretty simple trick. You are just going to start in a Sara Grip which we detail in our How to Hold a Kendama Video so go watch that.

Start with the tama on the big cup. You are going to use your knees to throw the tama up. Turn your hand and land it on the base cup. Again throw the tama up, turn you hand, and land it on the big cup. That’s it.

Each time that you change to a cup, that is considered one count. When you start practicing this trick, you are going to want to go at a slow pace, but as you get better you want to speed up. According to the Japanese Kendama Association, this trick should be done one hundred thirty five times per minute so that’s one, two, three, four. If you want to time yourself, it will average out to ten times every four seconds. That is a good way to practice that. And that is Moshi Kame.

Tricks You Need To Know To Learn This Kendama Trick:

Big Cup

➞ Go to the Big Cup kendama trick page

Base Cup

➞ Go to the Base Cup kendama trick page

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