To play this traditional Japanese game, use the hammer and try knock out the center pieces while keeping the head still. If it topples, simply restack and try again. The bright primary colors will delight your child, and it's also great for developing young reflexes!
Named after the Buddhist priest Bodhidharma, Daruma is said to have lost the use of his arms and legs after meditating for nine years. Today darumas are used as a charm for the fulfillment of a special wish, for example, passing the entrance exam to high school or winning an election.
8.5"h x 2" diameter