Kendama is a Japanese toy with a ball a string and a serious of cups and a spike that you have to land the ball on.
It sounds complicated.
It sounds easier than it is.
It is the winter challenge for the 5yo class at Amy's kinder. (Every year level has a winter challenge to keep them active when they can't play outside so much.)
meijin means a pro. A master. Someone who rocks at what they do.
And it's very un-japanese and pretty bad in English as well but I have to give Amy credit where it's due- she rocks at kendama.
She's our little kendama meijin: