Can you paint the ken in the same way you paint the tama? Will it affect play?
Dumb question: Which is the Ken and which is the dama?
From what I understand the drama is the ball, the ken is the other thing
Dama = Ball
Ken = Stick
Check out the sweets whiteout aTack.
From what I was told the the tama is the ball and the ken is the stick and dama is just shortened version of kendama and also you can check out the blk by blk kendamas or the wht by blk kendamas
In Japanese, tama literally means ball/sphere/globe.
Kendama also loosely translates to stick and ball.
Ken + tama = Kendama.