A Phoenix puzzle making business is seeing record orders during the coronavirus quarantine.
The company's products are featured in Target, Walmart, and in small stores, but most of its new sales are coming from online, Jorgensen says. The company has a solid YouTube presence, frequently uploading tutorials and trick videos. Young people appear to be the game's main player base.
Sweets calls playing with the kendama a full body, low impact exercise - a meditative task that gives your brain a break from heavy concentration and screens. "Simple catches tied together with flips, stalls, and string tricks allow for a martial art type movement," the company writes on its website.
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