MUGEN MUSOU [ INFINITY KIGUMI］
The parts embedded in a cross inside the basecup are designed in the image of a windmill(fusha), symbolizing a wish for favorable winds and hoping for things to go well. The tama utilizes the same technology as UZU to express the spinning motion of the pinwheel (kazaguruma).
The technique of interlocking pieces of wood is known as "Kigumi," often used in traditional construction and architectural structures to create the framework of buildings by assembling timber. This method forms a distinct architectural style through the beautiful combination of wood, crucial in crafting buildings with an elegant and distinguished presence.
The parts made using that Kigumi technique were embedded into the basecup for the first time in the Kendama industry.
The base cup is made lighter by creating holes, but by incorporating Kigumi, the center of gravity moves closer to the base cup, making techniques like gunslinger easier to perform. Additionally, the sound when tapping was altered.
Moreover, since CHIGIRI release, the base cup's size was slightly increased, and the edge was given a gentle curve to fit comfortably in the hand.
By using Shiguchi technique and combining three different wood colors, the tama enhances the visibility of its rotation and the holes.
As a feature of INFINITY, this model can be disassembled into four parts. It is a unique customized Kendama that can be assembled to match your personal preference. Moreover, it is compatible with the Infinity Tip Replacement Kit.
【Material and Size】
Parts inside the base cup：walnut・sakura
Coating：Smooth matte grip
Accessories: Extra string, instruction manual
This Kendama can be broken down into four parts.（Tama, Sarado, Spike, Grip）
The sarado has two holes, a through hole and a string hole.
Pass the string from the top of the tama through the half-round slit and tie a knot.
Pull the string slightly and insert the spike into the sarado so that the engraved groove on the tip of the spike comes to the part of the string.
A screw is attached to the spike, so it can be combined with the grip.
To do this, turn the grip（clockwise）to tighten the screw.
Turn it the opposite way（counterclockwise）to loosen the screw.
Tighten until the engraved letter on the spike is covered. Also, there is a logo on the grip, so tighten until it is covered.
Tighten until both markers are hidden and do not overtighten any more. Over-tightening may result in breakage.
Please see the video below for more details.
Made in Hiroshima Japan