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Introducing "Area 51”, a collaboration between Alien Kendamas and Cereal Kendama.
Area 51 pays tribute to the encounters beyond our imagination. From bottom to top, the tama start with a sky blue to represent the Earth that we all exist in. It only occupies 20% of the tama because of the limited information we have about what lies beyond Earth. The black tracking line represents the darkness that is our sky at night - what is ahead of the darkness, we are not sure. This is followed by a bright orange to show the vastness of space, essentially blinding us with its magnificence.
All this tied together with a deep burn of a compass and coordinates on the top of the tama. Where do the coordinates lead? You’ll have to key it in to find out.
The ken is the first in market to use CREAL 1.5, Cereal Kendama’s new shape that features a larger sarado, longer spike and better weight all around. It is updated for modern play, allowing to you pair it with tamas from 60 to 62mm in width.
On the big cup, a simple alien figure is burnt to represent the life we want to communicate with while on the opposite end (little cup), we’ve burnt what is the generic image of a planet where we might find our mysterious friends. Accompanying the burns is a base cup balance hole to improve the lunars of the kendama.
The tama is coated with Cereal Stick - an out-of-box sticky paint that breaks in grippy and accompanied by a new wide-tight bevel which is wider for landing stalls, but tighter so that there is better control when releasing the tama.
The setup is a maple ken and ash tama for weight balance. You can expect the ken and tama to weight in the range of 75-80g, although there may be outliers. It is completed with a 10 finger long string and bearing - perfect for reaching out to those aliens.